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Still on Virgin Diet

Friday, January 04, 2013

On the 3rd I said I was going to try to eliminate some things from my diet.
Eggs, milk, wheat, soy, sugar, corn peanuts. These are the foods that cause the most food allergies and food intolerance.
Ok I have done great on the eggs, milk, wheat, peanuts and corn. Today I added soy sauce to my stir fry vegs the broccoli slaw. I just needed some taste and I did not want all the salt. I was thinking maybe wasabi ??

In the morning for breakfast I have been having pinto beans and brown rice. I am going to try to add cactus to it Saturday. (Mexican Staples)
Lunch shrimp and broccoli slaw added soy sauce
Supper ground beef, brown rice and broccoli slaw.
I also had some hot chocolate with almond milk, splenda and cocoa powder unsweetened. So I could not do the sweetner but the sugar still streaking.
I must say I really feel full. I am adding vegs to my diet. The broccoli slaw is really good.
Do not worry friends I will not stay on this forever. Just 12 days left. Wish me luck.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
GORIANA 1/9/2013 12:43PM

    I grew up eating nopales (cactus) hope you enjoy them.

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AZURE-SKY 1/6/2013 1:30AM

  If you want to eliminate soy from your diet & cut back on salt, why use soy sauce, which is made from soybeans & has a lot of salt? 1 TBSP of soy sauce can contain around 1,000 mg sodium, and even the "less sodium" variety of Kikkoman soy sauce has 575 mg sodium per TBSP. Also, some brands of soy sauce even contain wheat, so it contains 3 ingredients you're trying to control.

If you want an Asian taste, try sauteeing your veggies in oil with ginger and/or garlic.

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DIDMIS 1/4/2013 10:15PM

    WOW that is worse than going without desserts.

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