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2/17/13 11:51 A

Limiting red meats has a direct connection to not having inflammations anymore. Red meat in the Americas are so pumped with antibiotics and hormones that not everyone is able to withstand. Switching to organic grass fed beef will help a great deal.. If its too expensive an option, limiting to once to twice a week and drinking lots of water helps.

SUNSHINE6442 Posts: 2,194
2/16/13 6:34 A

Yes, I follow a low Glycemic and low carb diet and have successfully lost 96lbs and kept the weight off. I stopped eating wheat pasta and wheat bread a long time ago and find I no longer get cravings. It was actually very easy.

Dont miss pasta at all!

I also limit my red meat to 2X per month and I no longer have inflammation or any aches or pains. In fact, I have been chastized by some who disagree with me, but everyone is different and this is what has worked for me.

Sure I would be happy to swap plans...just contact me privately.

Edited by: SUNSHINE6442 at: 2/16/2013 (06:36)
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2/15/13 6:27 P

I encourage most everyone to follow a low GI/ low carb/ Paleo nutritional plan.

2/15/13 5:58 P

I'm a nutritionist myself and I have recently started on low GI diets for my husband and myself. I'm looking for other people who have recently made this change so we swap plans... anyone?

CMCOLE Posts: 2,667
2/15/13 8:54 A

probably lots.
do a search for any of those terms - they are discussed often

2/14/13 8:57 P

Anyone on low GI or low carb foods?

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