Quoted from Anjigreat! I will use them up.
Maybe you can answer some more questions of mine.
I get 5 servings of dairy per week. My choice is 2-4 oz of a few cheeses, 6 oz, yogurt or 1 t. ghee.It seems i would be mad to choose the ghee because it's so little in comparison?!
I have foods that adversely affect me. I do not eat those foods regardless of SWAMI ratings.Quoted Text
Some of my diamond foods are green tea, soy foods such as tofu, peanuts and some beans/lentils.
I cannot drink any caffeine incl. green tea. I cannot sleep even after 12 hours of ingestion. And soy lowers my basal body temperature within 12 hours by 0.5+ degrees which causes several problems even when I eat lots of seaweed in my diet.
And I am allergic to peanuts.
I think this for you to try and figure out how your body reacts. I do better with turkey. But I do not necessarily need it every weekQuoted Text
Is it important to have the turkey or could I just stick to only fish?
I presume you are aware that SWAMI allows you to adjust portion size and frequencyQuoted Text
I only get 9 servings of vegetable protein. I usually like to use it in my breakfast and two snacks. it it best, i stick to portion restrictions, though?
For me, dates are not a problem in the quantity allowed by SWAMI. But I often prefer to use my fruit allotment for fresh fruit.Quoted Text
dates are diamond foods for me. I have some yeast problems. Should I avoid them?
Quoted from AnjiYour answers helped me a lot!
I didn't think to go to the maximum frequency and quantity of food because of my body size.
But the quantities are just right for me for most food groups when I do that.
Do I have to keep the ratio the same and eat the larger quantity of all the groups or could I eat the larger amount of nuts while sticking to the normal quantity of carbs as an example?