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I quite often (like always) have fruit with my oatmeal.  Either I cook some raisins, figs, or cranberries with it, then add some applesauce on top, or just cook it with cinnamon and top with applesauce (and maybe nuts or nut butter)...

I also make rice with raisins - like a rice pudding...

I eat veggies anytime, with anything...


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Good to know Joe.  Sounds delicious!!!


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Recently I have been using a protein powder made from brown rice, brazil nut and maca - I mix it with frozen berries, walnut oil, lecithin and water. Would that brown rice powder still be considered a grain? DR D's protein powder for Type B has brown rice powder also.
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If it's whole rice powder, it's a grain.
If it's rice protein isolate, it's vegetarian protein.



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What's the difference?


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The difference is whether the protein has been isolated from the remaining part of the rice.  When the protein is isolated from the starch and fiber, these things are no longer contributing to the rating, so the rating must be different, so it fall under vegetable protein.

As stated, if the whole rice grain is ground and presented, it is considered a grain.


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interesting topic...

grains and fruit... yes, although i usually add some seeds and nuts to it also.
ie: quinoa or millet, banana, cranberry, chia seed, pecans (sometimes with goat milk or cottage cheese).

this combination is fantastic for me... it holds for a long time, gives me lots of energy and helps my digestion/elimination.

quinoa + onions, peppers, cilantro, cumin and lemon juice makes a great salad.


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The food combining rules say that sweet foods go with carbohydrates while sour foods go with proteins.

This means that only fruits that are sweet go well with cereals/breads. This may be a bit tricky, because most of the time fruits have sourness in them, so attention and consideration are called for.


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sounds like a faux tabbouleh


look up food combining principles anyone interested in following those using your BT/GT guidelines and values

http://www.alderbrooke.com/chart.htm
http://www.drkaslow.com/html/food_combining.html


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The kaslow one is a whole lot different than the other teachings.  Interesting.


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Thanks so much for the clarification Victoria & Joe. I have always wondered what isolate meant.
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Thanks so much for the clarification Victoria & Joe. I have always wondered what isolate meant.


I don't consider protein isolates to be foods I would use.  They are so processed.



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I don't consider protein isolates to be foods I would use.  They are so processed.


I knew that to be an issue with whey supplements, did not realise it to be universal though, thanks for the info Victoria. The ingredient I am using is raw biofermented, sprouted brown rice protein.
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I knew that to be an issue with whey supplements, did not realise it to be universal though, thanks for the info Victoria. The ingredient I am using is raw biofermented, sprouted brown rice protein.


I don't know Dr. D's take on rice protein isolates.  This is just my own approach to food.  I do my best to eat as much as possible of whole, unprocessed food.  My experience is that my body knows what to do with whole food.  

I like the sound of sprouted rice protein.  I'm getting really crazy about sprouted things.  Locally, there is a source for soaked, germinated almonds, which are awesome and I've also found sprouted flax seeds



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Sprouted flax seeds sound delicious! The protein powder I bought is this one http://www.edenhealthfoods.com.au/product_details.php?cat=3&pid=91
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Fruit generally should be eaten alone.  Most fruits take 20-30 minutes to digest.  A banana takes up to about an hour.  Having fruit on cereal once in a while is OK but then I'm an O Hunter and I don't really eat cereal regularly.  
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