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Thursday, September 23, 2010

question
what do all theese foods have in common?

milk
eggs
cabbage(all types)
turnips greens
broccoli
lettuce(all sorts)
spinach
asparagus
peas
kale
swisschard
cauliflower
brussel sprouts
parsley
celery
artichokes
cucumber
green bell peppers
tomatoe paste
ripe tomatoes
potatoes
apples
strawberries
blackberries
blueberries
rhubarb
oranges
grapes
soya beans
wheatbran
wheat germ
pumkin seeds
cashewnuts
hazelnuts.
canola oil


answer-
they all cantain vitamin k and they are all foods i am suppose to now avoid.

question
-how am i still to lose weight if i canīt eat theese products.how am i to eat a healthy balanced diet?

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  • v JUDITH1654
    I would definitely go back and ask them to give you a list of what you CAN eat. I noticed several things missing from the "no-no" list: green beans, corn, fish, wheat-free breads, lean beef, chicken, watermelon, raspberries, cottage cheese, almonds, cantaloupe, honeydew melon, bananas, etc. I would insist they give you a "doable" list and go from there. And know we're thinking of you! Hang in there, Kiddo! emoticon
    2163 days ago
  • v DEE797
    Oh my, I would agree that seeing a nutritionist or dietition who can help you plan meals around what you can eat would be most helpful. emoticon emoticon
    2164 days ago
  • v SHERRY257
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    2164 days ago
  • v PAULA3420
    I was just wondering about you and stopping by to see how you are doing. I agree with the advice, find a good nutritionist. That is a tough list. I would struggle with it too. I sure hope you are able to find some professional help.

    I tried to think of good foods to eat as I was reading your list, lemons, limes, onions, leeks are the first that came to my mind. Then, I asked, did they give you a list of what you can eat? That would be helpful.

    I know you will find a way. I BELIEVE IN YOU!!

    Wishing you the VERY BEST!!! emoticon
    2164 days ago
  • v PAULA3420
    I was just wondering about you and stopping by to see how you are doing. I agree with the advice, find a good nutritionist. That is a tough list. I would struggle with it too. I sure hope you are able to find some professional help.

    I tried to think of good foods to eat as I was reading your list, lemons, limes, onions, leeks are the first that came to my mind. Then, I asked, did they give you a list of what you can eat? That would be helpful.

    I know you will find a way. I BELIEVE IN YOU!!

    Wishing you the VERY BEST!!! emoticon
    2164 days ago
  • v CICI510
    I don't have any advice for you as far as what you can do/eat but I wanted you to know that I am here to support you in whatever you need.

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    2164 days ago
  • v ASHARON
    I would go and see a health consultant or a nutrience.
    Good luck!
    2164 days ago
  • v B-N-ME
    Hi Karen, This does seem like alot of items, but there are still many good foods not on the list :)
    Susie gave you a good start, but I agree a nutritionist would be able to help you in this area, as well as likely provide recipes to help you!!!

    Hang in there!! emoticon
    2164 days ago
  • v JCARDINAL
    Wow! Sounds like a trip to a nutritionist is in order.
    2164 days ago
  • v EVER-HOPEFUL
    donīt know about soy milk it wasnīt on the list but soya beans are so i think it would be a bit iffy.
    2164 days ago
  • v POSITIVELY_EB
    I also agree with a nutritionist! Have you thought about Soy milk - don't know if that has Vit K or not. And do you need to stay away from ALL Vit K or just those foods HIGH in it?

    You can do it, Karen!

    Hugs! Beverly
    2164 days ago
  • v GOODGETNBETR
    I agree with the others that a good nutritionist will aid you on your journey. Keep learning and emoticon
    2164 days ago
  • v HIPPIE44
    I see no mention of meats or pastas on that list. See if those are allowed?
    2164 days ago
  • v JAYCEE77
    Wow, I would definately check with a nutritionist. Good luck and let us know how it goes. emoticon
    2164 days ago
  • v JAYCEE77
    Wow, I would definately check with a nutritionist. Good luck and let us know how it goes. emoticon
    2164 days ago
  • v EVER-HOPEFUL
    me neither steph till my sister told me and suggested i googled,which i did and this is the list that came out.tracy(my sister)was given a leaflet with information on k-protien which is what her dr calls vitamin k.

    susie thanks for the suggestion not certain on the beans because my sister said they also contained vitamin k even though they wasnīt on the list when i googled.i also never really thought much about vitamin k and how important it is in our body.i didnīt even know it is what causes the blood to thicken and in some cases like mine to clot.see we all live and learn.
    2164 days ago
  • v SUSIEPH1
    Hi karen love,
    I think you need to talk to your doctor or health consultant about this, they should give you a menu to follow .

    I will try to help you sort this out
    Perhaps instead of milk you can have coconut milk
    Sweet Potato's
    Green Tomatos's chopped and cooked
    Red and gold bell peppers
    Chesnuts
    Raspberries
    Silver Beet
    Kiwi fruit
    Walnuts
    Onions
    Beans
    Baked Beans
    Oatbran
    Oatmeal
    Pears
    Cranberries
    Persimmons
    Spaggetti
    Olive Oil
    These are just a few suggestions . But I would check with your health consultant before you do anything
    Much Love Susie emoticon
    2164 days ago
  • v MUSIC66
    that is a hard question to answer .i never knew they all had vitamian k in them.
    2164 days ago
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