STill not doing the meat but fish is ok right now.
Not that anyone cares, just thought I would share:)))
Quoted from BCgalWe all care, Marjorie.
Even if we can't relate to your exact situation, we all have something unique to our own situations that we're trying to fine tune our eating to. So, we can all relate to that need to be the best we can be. Working on what's best for us individually.
Quoted from Spring
Can you have lamb, Marjorie? I wonder how you would do with that.... I buy the boneless stew meat and make dishes with it. I use shears to cut off every bit of fat possible. Most of the time it is almost fat free anyway. I eat it every week or two.
Cooking is so simple!!!! - when you choose the simple way. Simple is cooking yummi too! NOW is the time, no point in delaying. Obviously your first step is to get friendly with controlling the fire, and learn to heat oil in the pan on a moderate heat, to catch the pot right before the water is boiling, etc. The rest is peanuts! :) and FUN.I can, however, I dont like it. and... this would mean I have to cook, and LOOK OUT SMOKE ALARMS!!! I am still a hot mess in the kitchen if it is not a salad.
I can, however, I dont like it. and... this would mean I have to cook, and LOOK OUT SMOKE ALARMS!!! I am still a hot mess in the kitchen if it is not a salad.
Seriously...I am doing raw fish right now if I eat any protein at all and i buy it at a sushi store.
Quoted from kitariI know I wish I had answers for you but even though we are both O's I was able to solve most of my problems by not eating gluten and then the rest by sticking to the BTD. I think you need someone smarter than me to help. :)
I know gluten can cause leaky gut and milk products to a lesser degree but I don't know if other foods can cause that condition.
I know nightshades cause me to have joint, muscle, and bone pain and of the nightshades potatoes cause more of that than the other nightshades...And I know that science has found genes that make some more sensitive to nightshades than others...
my mom had rheumatoid arthritis so I may have those genes.
Maybe it's just me, but I don't see the protein allowances in any of the diets as high protein. I think some eat more protein than the diets call for and it works for them, but to me 4 oz. twice a day doesn't seem like a high protein diet.
I know how hard you try to find answers and I would love to be able to help but I don't have the knowledge, I can only wish you well and try to encourage you not to give up.
Is it at all possible to go to the clinic? I think you could really benefit from someone with a lot of knowledge working one on one with you.
Quoted from ruthiegirlHow are you doing now Marjorie?