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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 18




sauteeing to death?

Posted By: cric johnson (O+, non-sec, MM)
Date: Sunday, 17 February 2002, at 12:37 p.m.

In Response To: How much Sautéing ? (Sapphire {AB positive})

sapphire

what an exotic and beautiful name.

my thoughts on fat consumption (and this goes for fried, as opposed to steamed or baked foods) are that an individual can easily tell when they have eaten to much fat for their body simply by the feeling of heaviness and queasiness that ensues.

i would say that as long as the food you are eating is making you feel strong you are probably not getting too much fat. as an ab you don't tend to do as well with the stuff as us o's do, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't be eating any fat. as long as you use the beneficial oils and fats you should do fine just listening to your body's urges.

macronutrient ratios (fat/carb/protein) are highly individual and your needs for these changes often. for example, when spring rolls around people generally need less fat than say, in the middle of winter. or for instance, i tend to want more fat in the morning as opposed to evening.

hope this helps,

cric johnson :-)


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