Love you picture. To day is my second challenge month my birthday month. Doing 90 Days at a time. Lost 40 pounds on my first challenge. Having water retention which is a bit, up setting when one wants to see the scale change. I feel good so I guess that is a plus. 1820 days ago
Hi - I saw your comment on my SP. The picture of my favorite place is Aneroid Lake, Oregon. It's about 7 miles up into the Eaglecap Mtn Range in NE Oregon. Hubs and I took a horseback ride and were dropped off for the week with our supplies. It was so peaceful and serene. I have lots more pictures if you are interested!! :) Thanks for stopping by my page - Happy Tuesday. 1870 days ago
Someone told me about a book called WHEAT BELLY by Dr. William Davis. (Rodale Press) The back cover sold me on reading it....it reads: ' DID YOU KNOW THAT EATING TWO SLICES OF WHOLE WHEAT BREAD CAN INCREASE BLOOD SUGAR MORE THAN 2 TABLESPOONS OF PURE SUGAR CAN?'
YouTube.com posted some of his videos ... worth watching..interesting Wheat: The UNhealthy Whole Grain-Part 1 www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSDkJEF9aBY& feature=related Wheat: The UNhealthy Whole Grain-Part 2 www.youtube.com/watch?v=RmsxCN7htHM& feature=related
WHEAT BELLY NUTRITION (abridged list-- see book pg 210) Unlimited Veggies (except potatoes and corn) Raw Nuts and Seeds Oils Meat and Eggs Cheese Non-sugary condiments Others: flaxseed, avocados, olives, coconut, spices, cocoa (unsweetened)
limited quantities non-cheese dairy -- milk, cottage cheese, yogurt, butter fruit -- berries considered the best choice...careful of must sugary fruits: pineapple, papaya, mango, and bananas. avoid dried fruit (especially figs & dates) whole corn fruit juices nonwheat nongluten grains--quinoa, millet, sorghum, teff, amaranth, buckwheat, rice (brown, parboiled, or white), oats, and wild rice legumes potatoes (reqular or sweet), yams soy products--tofu, tempeh, miso, natto, edamame, soybeans
rarely or never consume wheat products unhealthy oils -- hydrogenated, polyunsaturated (especially corn, sunflower, safflower, grapeseed, cottonseed, soybean) gluten free foods dried fruit ---figs, dates, raisins, cranberries, prunes fried foods sugary snacks including energy bars, fruit roll-ups sugary fructose-rich sweeteners--including agave,honey, maple syrup, etc sugary condiments -- including ketchup, chutney, preserves, etc
info from page 210 of WHEAT BELLY by Dr. William Davis 1883 days ago