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Lin
Wednesday, March 21, 2012, 9:05pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Just remembered a recent experience from a restaurant meal:
Fennel, Green Beans and Onions - realy good!


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Usually anything with protein in it.


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Asparagus makes me feel cleansed as does pomgranates. When I need energy for physical work lamb is great. Fish and eggs help me with concentration and brain fog.


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help me with concentration and brain fog

do try trehalose


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Ruth, come and visit us and we'll treat you to a lamb dinner!  Lamb is a biggie here.

Brown rice usually gives me a "satisfied" feeling.  The two other items I am just loving right now are asparagus and pears.  They aren't even considered beneficials for me, so I don't get it!  I haven't had the specialized testing though...
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I love this thread!  So many wonderful foods being talked about.

Spunky, I would imagine that sometimes our bodies need or want certain nutrients and it comes from certain foods.  Whether they are beneficials on the list or not, might not be as big a deal at that time.  Plus, if you're not on SWAMI, some foods that are neutrals on the BTD lists can change to diamonds.  Either way, good food is good food!!!!  I thank God for his provision.


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I'm really in to almonds at the moment and eat only slightly more than the portions allow.  About to go pick em up.  
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I love almonds too.  Almond butter too.  

I ate a kiwi today that made me go WOW!!!!!  It felt like a couple spoon fulls of medicine.  So good.  And I ate a whole grapefruit yesterday at snack time and it just was fantastic.  Usually I only eat a 1/2.  But it just tasted right that day.  


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Lamb often does. Grilled Salmon. Scrambled eggs with cheese.


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Usually a meal of any compliant meat (incl. fish which I call meat), lots of veggies & a starch make me feel good.
In the morning, if it is hot weather, a large portion of juicy fruit is very refreshing.
I like other categories of food, but a meal like the above has that satisfying feeling!


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I feel "off" without my daily snack of fresh, juicy pineapple.
Peanut butter, almond butter, almonds, avacado mashed with lime and onion, brown rice/wild rice, roasted turkey, grilled salmon, manchego or parmesan with "Marys gone crackers" Gf rice/flax crackers, and oatmeal with ghee and cinnamon......these are my " ahh, feeling comfortably full and satisying foods"...


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I'm glad it's getting easier for you.  Can you have dates or figs or prunes?  I eat these and I don't really crave sweets, like junk food.  I don't know if it's because I'll eat other stuff that's good, but junk food or sweet treats make me feel awful.  And even Dates I can't have more than a couple at one time.  But they are awesome!!!!


JJR, I'll check my swami to see if I can have figs and/or prunes. Thanks for the suggestions!


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For me, smothered calf liver with onions, any type of beef, black eyed peas, sweet potatoes, okra, crook neck yellow squash and zuchinni.
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two poached eggs with sauteed mushrooms and spinach smothered in egg & butter sauce is my current go-to meal when feeling the need for a satisfying protein hit without the flesh of meat or fish - I am a bit sick of meat atm - just not inspired to cook it every day  

rice salads.
green tea with carob syrup & cream lol.
mango lassi.
spirulina.
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Two foods really stand out for me, that's lamb and buffalo.  They have either been a beneficial (btd), superfood or diamond food.  No wonder they make me feel soo good!!!.  


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I'm convinced red meat is the cure for constipation, the ultimate gut healer.
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Beef
Eggs
Broccoli
Onions (Cooked,not raw)
Peas
Bananas
Grapefruit juice
Water

All superfoods for me

I forgot, dark chocolate. I was so glad to see its good for me. I normally have a small piece every night with dinner.

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I'm convinced red meat is the cure for constipation, the ultimate gut healer.

This may be true for Type O...  Definitely not for me!


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Another one my wife and I really like, can't remember if I mentioned it is frozen peaches baked for about 15 minutes.  Juicy and soft and caramelized a little.  


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I'm with you, Joe!
Now I know why I didn't like steak and roast beef when I was younger! Wish we knew how toxic red meat was for us back then....our poor intestines! My Mom used to make liver and onions once a month "for the iron" and tried to make me eat it. I literally gagged ....and secretly gave it to my dog sitting under my chair!!!!
I realize grass fed red meat is good for most O's but it can be that bad (and constipating) for A's!


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My Mom used to make liver and onions once a month "for the iron" and tried to make me eat it.

This is the one red meat that I eat regularly.  I've traded the onions for peas most of the time now as it is a GH combo.

Dog under the table - no wonder my Dad never allowed a dog in the house while we were kids...


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I'm with you, Joe!
Now I know why I didn't like steak and roast beef when I was younger! Wish we knew how toxic red meat was for us back then....our poor intestines! My Mom used to make liver and onions once a month "for the iron" and tried to make me eat it. I literally gagged ....and secretly gave it to my dog sitting under my chair!!!!
I realize grass fed red meat is good for most O's but it can be that bad (and constipating) for A's!


And B's and SOME AB's, like me.  Sorry you don't get to enjoy it.  What is lamb for you?  


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Peanut butter!!!  And wholesome dark chocolate.  They just seem to hit the spot when nothing else will.  I also enjoy a good green-leafy salad (but no tomatoes   or avocados - I really miss those.)

Over the years of learning about healthy eating, I've actually had it happen to me several times where I eat something and my body seemed to be "thanking" me for it!  I believe that the cleaner our diet, and the more careful we are to eat the foods that are good for us, the more our bodies "tell" us what they need.  If I don't get any nuts for a few days, I can almost hear my body saying, "Nuts, please, and soon."  I just have this craving for them; those and leafy greens.
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I'm with you, Joe!
Now I know why I didn't like steak and roast beef when I was younger! Wish we knew how toxic red meat was for us back then....our poor intestines! My Mom used to make liver and onions once a month "for the iron" and tried to make me eat it. I literally gagged ....and secretly gave it to my dog sitting under my chair!!!!
I realize grass fed red meat is good for most O's but it can be that bad (and constipating) for A's!


I bet your dog wasn't anemic!


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jewels, hope you are an A!!

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