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2014 Year to organize and regroup


Friday, January 03, 2014

It took a lot of effort to learn and formulate what my diet will look like. It was a surprise for sure what I ended up with. Going through my orders with Amazon, I counted a little over 100 books on health and diets in the past 6 months.

Enough of that and I should be focusing on catching up with what I got and organizing.

So that will be my goals for the year. I've settled with what I'm going to eat and the exercise program.

The 3 O's: Organize, Organize, Organize will be the key.
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AMARILYNH 1/4/2014 8:47PM

    WOW - you weren't kidding about the research, were you? I'm looking forward to the blog - meanwhile I'm doing SOME of those!! Hugs, Marilyn

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SKATER787 1/4/2014 6:25PM

    Marilyn, Thanks for asking. I'm still making adjustment and researching. This thing takes a lot more work than I thought. But basically, I got the idea of using Chia to suppress the appetite by eating it before each meal. I added walnuts and almonds to it. Then Brazil nuts and peanuts came along. But then I found out that the nuts have high Omega 6, so I had to reduce it to 1 oz per day. I also got a wind of the 3-apple a day diet by Tammi Flynn. That is to eat 1 apple with each meal, so I adopted that. Then I got the 1/2 lb animal proteins number from the Jaminets (The Perfect Health Diet). That's the first time I got a plain written number instead of gram protein which I never learned to convert. The Jaminets put it in a way that I could understand. No more than 1/2 lb animal protein per day. I also just got started making sauerkraut. Coupled that with home grown mung bean sprouts. That took care of 1/2 of the veggies. Add some Romaine and I plan on growing broccoli and kale sprouts. I also have a goal of eating one young coconut per day. My Chia consumption is 40 grams dry weight per day. Soaked overnight to reduce anti-nutrient enzymes.

From the Live to Eat camp, Dr. Fuhrman said to eat garlic, onions and medicinal mushrooms like Shiitake everyday. So those are on my list and I tried to have some everyday. It's a lot of work, but the homemade sauerkraut should help as I had some garlic in there. My next batch of kraut will have garlic and onions so I should meet that goal everyday. I hope to do a blog once I got everything figured out and settled down. But this pretty much described the bulk of what I do. Of course, I follow The Leptin Diet plan by eating only 3 meal per day with no snack. I still enjoy the discipline and I think it's better for you. Hope this helps.

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LIS193 1/4/2014 11:00AM

    Great plan! Good luck for the new year! emoticon

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AMARILYNH 1/3/2014 5:59PM

    So please share!! What did you pick?? Inquiring minds want to know!! I am still experimenting myself!!

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MEXGAL1 1/3/2014 3:47PM

    good for you and best of everything to you in 2014!

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