My husband and I used to really be into macrobiotics, and to this day I go thru periods where I really crave the food. It's definitely more than just brown rice!
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11/29/13 6:40 P
If you live near a larger city, there are clubs and groups for people who do this, even cafe's that cater to this style. One of them is near here at a Denny's, check online to see, or look on the web sites of hospitals or health clinics, dietitians offices. It's easier if you talk to people you see face to face.
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11/29/13 6:21 P
I'm all about "natural" and balanced as well as probiotics. But I will never go vegetarian as a guarantee for health. -- Nevertheless, I do make note of the fact that fruits & veggies will typically almost always be far more nutrient-rich than either processed foods or other fillers.
I like many of the premises of "Eat to Live" --in terms of being a "nutritarian" vs. a vegetarian.
What is macrobiotics? Is it brown rice and vegetables? That's what I read somewhere but maybe I'm wrong. I'm on a vegan diet which is good for your heart and can help you lose weight as well. I eat lots of fruit and vegetables, grains and beans which has helped me to drop a few pounds. I'm careful with my diet because I have congestive heart failure. What kinds of foods do you eat?
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11/29/13 5:24 P
Hi, I am returning to SparkPeople after a long hiatus because I became sole caregiver to my mother. It was probably the most difficult task I have ever undertaken. It was also the worst thing I could have done for my health. In attending a Care Givers Conference, I learned some very scary statistics that rocked me to my core.
Because of the health history of the women in my family I chose to take on the Macrobiotic lifestyle because Heart Disease stops here! The last five generations of women in my family have all died of obesity and heart disease. I am determined to change that.
So... I am looking for others who are on this food plan.
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