Quoted from LisaleaI agree in a way, however; anything taken on a daily basis can turn into an avoid ... I just read that today ... argh it's so confusing ...
Quoted from Italyboundyes, it is confusing and I've read the same thing, yet there are lots of people here who eat the same thing day in and day out and seem to be okay with it.
Quoted from Henriette_BsecI personally think that there is such a variety of beneficial food that I donīt want to eat the same....
At the same time I donīt want to risk getting allergic to milk- carrots eggs etc.
I tend to try NOT to eat the same food all day- or every day.
BUT I do eat walnuts, carrots and yoghurt on a regular basis= almost every day.
However IF I had carrots or red pepper for lunch I would choose other veggies for dinner- the same with protein.
I have always hated to have the same dinner in a row.... I donīt mind eating last nights dinner for lunch- but not more than that....
Quoted from Henriette_BsecThanks :-D
but I am just blessed with good health- but I donīt always makes wise choises.
Quoted from geminisueI have fourteen meals catered to me each week, Protein is salmon, turkey, ground sirloin and meatloaf made to my directions. for veggies I receive green beans, and broccoli, spinach and greens. I eat these day in and day out, adding what I want to the ground sirloin , onions, garlic, curry, red pepper (cayenne), tomato sauce,
Some times I make an egg white omelet and use it as a wrap for above mixture.
I put nutritional yeast on veggies some days, and other day olive oil and lemon juice. Yes sometimes it get's tiring, but I try to think of another combination, like I may make a turkey salad with raw veggies.
Breakfast is different,usually but it's still quite the same few choices. I try for beneficial and try to avoid avoids. Of course I'm human & I goof up and than try harder again.
Quoted from LISALEAMy Grocery list:
Turkey, Minced meat (beef or veal), Tuna in water, Salmon steaks (canned at times), Eggs, Romano/Navy/ Lima beans.
Sweet potato, Manna bread, Oatmeal, Basmati rice (white and/or brown), Millet,
Feta, Yogurt, Kefir, Mozzarella or Bocconcini or Ricotta; once in a while Parmesan
Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Beets (red), Cabbage (white and or red), Carrots,
Green peas and beans (frozen), Cauliflower, Sauerkraut, Zucchini.
Occasionally I will also buy: Asparagus, Bell peppers, Spinach.
Apples, Bananas, Grapes (green or red), Pears, Kiwis.
Occasionally I will also buy: Cantaloupe, Mangoes, Mandarines/Oranges,
Nectarines, Dried figs/prunes/raisins, Berries or Pineapple (frozen).
Camomille, Green tea, Ginger-ginkgo, Peppermint.
Walnuts, Almond butter.
Lemons, ACV, Onions (white-red-spanish-yellow), Garlic, Cayenne pepper, Curry, Nutritional yeast flakes, Lecithin, Cultured butter, Olive oil, Blackstrap molasses, Honey, Mustard, 100% Natural jam
Is it fresh lime juice and raw papaya? I would think that whole and raw foods would still have their natural enzymes intact. If the lack of enzymes is truly what can cause the allergies to develop, maybe raw foods are an exception?Quoted from marianneSince I drink lime juice in warm water and eat papaya everyday I've been wondering if I shouldn't. Its been a few years now and I rarely miss.
Quoted from Alia_Vo
At a glance, this grocery list looks varied according to the food categories in LR.
Quoted from marianneSince I drink lime juice in warm water and eat papaya everyday I've been wondering if I shouldn't. Its been a few years now and I rarely miss.