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 For Type B Only: Daily Protein Intake
Animal Flesh Twice per Day (7 votes)
31.82%
Animal Flesh Once per Day (5 votes)
22.73%
Mostly Beans/Nuts (Veg. Protein Only) with Occasional Meat/Fish/Dairy (4 votes)
18.18%
Animal Flesh at Every Meal (3 votes)
13.64%
Cheese/Eggs mostly, with Occasional Animal Flesh (2 votes)
9.09%
Strictly Vegetarian, incl. Dairy (1 votes)
4.55%
Strictly Vegan (no Dairy) (0 votes)
0%
22 Votes Total Last vote Wednesday, August 21, 2013, 12:51pm by Vicktoria
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san j
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Are B's eating meat/fish once/day, twice/day, at every meal?
Or are we thriving on mostly eggs/cheese and nuts/beans, adding meat a few to several times a week?


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And I can guess what Lola

I have voted animal flesh once per day - but that is actually not correct  for me
- but just the way I eat due to economy.

I eat eggs almost every morning / can be yoghurt in summer.

I eat cheese on most days (or cold fish in weekends) for lunch

and almost always meat at dinner since I share with my O-

However I would benefit for eating more meat and especially fish.


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My type B son eats a lot of dairy, and would happily live on nothing but grains and dairy if I let him. I try to get him to eat meat or fish at least once per day, as well as to have some beans or seeds a few times a week. I'm also trying to get him to eat more fruits and vegetables.

None of the poll options quite fit. He doesn't have animal flesh every single day, as most of his protein comes from dairy, but his intake of meat or fish is more than "occasionally"


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If you can't remove your vote, Lola, just let us know what you voted so we can:

- have someone abstain, announcing that he or she would have voted as you did
or
- just subtract your vote from the totals.

Thanks for letting us know!



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B:  eggs, sometimes eggs+ meat
L:  meat or fish
D: meat or fish

occasional nuts but no legumes


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I only voted once for my B sons, but they both eat meat approximately twice a day consisting of lamb, turkey, or beef.


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It varies. Usually eggs in the morning but either turkey, red meat, or fish at both of the other two meals. Sometimes dried beans instead at night but they are usually flavored with turkey. I don't do well with just dairy as the protein component of a meal. Nuts are generally eaten in between meals.
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There wasn't a choice for me.

4 and sometimes 5 days a week.  I eat lamb with lunch and fish with dinner.

2 days a week, I eat beans/quinoa with lunch and fish with dinner.

One day a week, I eat turkey with lunch and a big vegetable/nut meal for dinner.



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There wasn't a choice for me.

4 and sometimes 5 days a week.  I eat lamb with lunch and fish with dinner.

2 days a week, I eat beans/quinoa with lunch and fish with dinner.

One day a week, I eat turkey with lunch and a big vegetable/nut meal for dinner.

How did you come up with this schedule?



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How did you come up with this schedule?



I don't consider it a schedule.  I just eat lamb as often as I want to and it ends up being several days in a row - then I don't want it.  And I feel like a couple of days with no red meat and I love my 2-bean (navy and great northern) stew cooked in bone stock.  So I have that for one or two days and then I find myself hungry for turkey thigh.  Sometimes I'll mix ground turkey with a bit of cooked grass-fed beef marrow for richness, and stir-fry it with onions.  Other times, I'll make a 'burger' and eat it with green beans, etc.  I just eat what I want.

And I seem to want wild chinook salmon nearly every day, but sometimes I'll be hungry for this really good brand of sardines that I get.  Sometimes I'm tired of fish, but that only happens one or maybe two days a week.

So that's my kitchen dance.  Everything gets eaten with a ton of vegetables of all shapes and colors.  



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I voted two meals/day:

4 or 5 days a week for lunch I normally have a salad with roast beef and mozzarella cheese.  2 or 3 days I have yogurt. For dinner I usually have meat or fish.  Sometimes I’ll mix an egg in rice with vegies for dinner.  For breakfast I have a protein shake unless I’m traveling then an egg.


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I voted twice, but it's sometimes thrice. If I could tolerate eggs/dairy... heck, it would probably still be twice, but I'd be getting more protein and fat in my diet.
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I voted "Animal flesh once per day", though I've been known to occasionally have it twice, or to go a whole day with only egg/cheese.


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Do you mind if as an O I ask approx how many ounces or actual grams of protein everyones eating?


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Do you mind if as an O I ask approx how many ounces or actual grams of protein everyones eating?

Me, I don't measure.



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Do you mind if as an O I ask approx how many ounces or actual grams of protein everyones eating?


Several times per week, wild salmon is approx. 5 ounces.  If I eat a can of sardines, it's around 4 ounces.  I usually eat some kind of fish every day.

If I eat a turkey burger, it's 5 or 6 ounces.

The amount of lamb I get in my lamb stew is around 3 ounces.



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Quoted from Mother
Do you mind if as an O I ask approx how many ounces or actual grams of protein everyones eating?


I dont  measure
When I eat meat and fish  at dinnerI eat aprox 5-6 oz  - at lunch less maybe 3-4 oz


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My guess is that most of the time my meat portions are on the small side.
But a couple of times a week, perhaps, I might have what most would call a more serious-sized portion?

The one I know for sure is: Tuna; when I have tuna it is virtually always from a 3 oz. can, and I eat the whole thing.


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I'd add that when I've been on weight-loss diets, during the past, oh, 15-20 years, I've done very well to eat: 1 ounce protein at breakfast, 3 ounces protein at lunch, and 6 ounces protein at dinner (with, yes, 3 meals/day).


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The general rule is that a protein portion should be about the size of the palm of your hand. That works out to 3-5 oz for most people- large people eat larger portions, smaller people eat smaller portions.

Of course, the whole system breaks down with an 11yo boy with extremely large hands and feet in proportion to the rest of his body. But it's not like he's  being super-cautious with his portion sizes anyway. I'm trying to get him to eat more fruits and veggies, and have some protein that isn't from dairy each day.


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The general rule is that a protein portion should be about the size of the palm of your hand.

My individuality doesn't necessarily conform to "general rules".
But if that's what you do, I definitely respect that.  


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Thanks, I should have added - do you eat animal protein at all three meals and/or snacks or do you eat vegetarian meals as well?

I eat about 2 ounces of animal protein 3x a day. snacks would be perhaps some nuts and veggies
I'm trying to determine if I'm getting enough protein. I do very low carb (all green veggies) I think moderate protein (about 40-45g ) and higher fat. This combo does miracles for my blood sugar but I want to make sure I get enough animal protein.
I appreciate your replies


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Thanks, I should have added - do you eat animal protein at all three meals and/or snacks or do you eat vegetarian meals as well?

I eat about 2 ounces of animal protein 3x a day. snacks would be perhaps some nuts and veggies
I'm trying to determine if I'm getting enough protein. I do very low carb (all green veggies) I think moderate protein (about 40-45g ) and higher fat. This combo does miracles for my blood sugar but I want to make sure I get enough animal protein.
I appreciate your replies

I think you should start such a thread with your question. There are many O's here who have chimed in on this question in the past, and their needs are different from that of type B, which is the subject of this thread. I suggest you put "type O" in the title, so that it attracts answers from people of your type.
Thanks!  



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