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Found turkey legs at big groc store ... baked two of them and we enjoyed one for supper... I felt like thanksgiving dinner with roasted potatoes, winter squash and carrots and cranberries are coming into produce areas so got a few bags of them and into the freezer
simmered some with a little cinnamon and honey and they made a delightful sauce for our turkey.

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Grocer finds for the day and into tonight's chef salad:
Baby spinach
Baby Kale
Avocado
Onion
Tomato from the green house [one more week and they will all be gone too]
Non-AA boiled eggs and sharp cheddar cheese
Black beans [I think they are AA - will have to double check that one.

Black CHAI tea with local honey for dessert

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BRAVELUTE, I definitely have not gotten too familiar with the AA food list. I read the oldest posts here where you are meticulous about listing AA foods for each meal. Wow! I was glad to see cashews are on the list. I am eating them right now! chris

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BRAVELUTE, Thanks. I did not realize the advice is to eat a few (5!) AA foods at a meal. Today I had mashed turnip, apples, buckwheat and brown rice flours, coconut milk, chia seeds and spinach. These were scattered through out the day. I don't' even know which are AA foods.

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GOAL: Reduce A1C,BP,tryglicerides,and weight. HOW? By not eating added sugar, using Omega3s, base meals on veggies, water aerobics at least 3X week and using NuStep when I can't get to the pool.

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BRAVELUTE, I did make that at least once. I probably used flounder and lemon slices and an oil and I think some onion. That is a pretty bland meal. I am sure there are other recipes. No pans to wash! Just toss the parchment paper. chris

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I made a stepped up version of my blueberry "cobbler" recipe for breakfast.

Non-AA Oats, banana, raisins??,

AA: blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, tart cherry juice, flax seed, chopped walnuts, cinnamon, fresh grated ginger

A combination of 5 AA foods in one delicious meal.

Note: For those of you who are just joining the team, Dr. William Li suggests we aim for at least one meal a day where we combined 5 foods off the anti-angiogenic list. This is because they are synergistic, with the combination of ingredients amplifying the benefits of each individual food.

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Chris, your AA list made me think of a baked fish recipe. Was it? I'm seeing it in a parchment bag. What do you think?

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coco, almond breeze, sole, thyme

chris

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Wow!! I still haven't been successful with carrots in my garden. I'm going to try grow bags next season.

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Carrots _ pulled all the final ones from the garden.
Chopped them with my Vadalia chopper into 1/4 inch cubes and simmered for 20 minutes with a little celery salt...then into baggies for freezer...had enough for 15 meals for DH and I this winter!!! plus each a serving for supper.

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It sounds like it will definitely add some variety, and if you can freeze it like that in ice cubes, you might like the cubes in iced tea?? Always looking for a way to combine.



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Bought a beautiful fennel bulb with the fron still on it at Farmer's Market

didn't know what to do with it ...
chopped some of the fron onto water in ice cube tray and froze for later experiments,
put some in potatoes like I would add parsley ... liked the flavor

cut the bulb and sliced very then and "carmelized" in a bit of olive oil ... saved about half for another experiment and added onion and peppers to sauté for omelet .. added a good flavor but not sure it is worth the expense...will try another one if there is one this week.

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Linda, did you see my blog today? My breakfast was my regular smoothie and nuts, but I was going to do an early morning pool Tabata class. And I'm usually ravenous after that. And Dr. Fuhrman doesn't like us to snack between meals. So I added a roasted sweet potato and sprinkled a nut/fruit trail mix. I heated it and it was delicious!! I drank the smoothie on the drive into town. And it all worked so well.

6 AA ingredients: sweet potato, walnuts, almonds, cinnamon, nutmeg
strawberries Also had raisins in the trail mix and romaine and banana in the smoothie.

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Breakfast... green tea with raspberries
3 veggie omelet - Onion, sweet pepper, zucchini, egg + egg white, turmeric, garlic, bl pepper, oregano
Fruit smoothie Mix frozen berries, peach, almond milk

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Eat to Defeat on Facebook today : Olive oil is unique amongst all oils because it is oil produced from the fresh juice of a fruit, not from a seed, nut, or grain. The color of olive oil may range from “olive” green (from chlorophyll) to deep yellow (from carotenoids like beta carotene and lutein) in color. Flavor is influenced by the composition of aromatic molecules such as flowery terpenes, fruity and nutty esters, and fatty acid breakdown molecules that impart grassy-ness. In recent years, olive oil has been noted for its potential health benefits, including lowering “bad” LDL cholesterol and raising “good” HDL cholesterol. Furthermore, it is a monounsaturated oil (chemically containing only one double bond), and considered healthful for the heart.

I have made the switch over to olive oil and coconut oil exclusively in my kitchen ... learning ,learning, learning!

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I'm trying to adjust to dark meat of poultry...
Bought drumsticks - decided to bake them just like I do my chicken breasts with
rosemary and thyme and a bit of taco seasoning in a 9x13 pyrex pan 325 for one hour.
Came out delicious and DH even was surprized how well he like 'em...Lots of oil in the pan..I think I might put them on a rack in the dish next try...purchased some skinless, boneless thighs today to try sometime soon.
Oven baked sweet potato in the skin at the same time... and regular white potato for DH... approaching the changes gently with him so he doesn't rebel too much.HaHa

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Edamame - young soy in the shell
I need some ideas of how you eat this ...I have experimented with short and long cooking times, in rice, plain and in salad...not impressed but willing to keep learning or trying.

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Again I so appreciate you encouragement ...i smile at your mention of flax because it is a definite help to me when I get hungry for grain a few recipes of my flax muffin tops [I'll try to remember to share that recipe] and I am content again.
I am beginning to think this food plan will work in well with my other efforts because it is not an elimination diet so much as an plan to emphasize the positives. I had fun today doing my smoothie with what I had and then comparing to what was AA and realized that I added the ginger because of my reading here and the kale was here but also my "TRY NEW GREEN" list from other reading and I smiled to find it is AA ...I will have to work at aquireing a true enjoyment of it --pretty strong GREEN taste. [Smiles]

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Celiac is so difficult to manage when they seem to put a wheat product in EVERYTHING processed. We had a speaker from my chiropractor's office who had been diagnosed in her late 20s with celiiac. Her parents were both physicians. When she went home to visit, they had dinner. Barbecue with the sauce. She wound up in the emergency room, Her mom had forgotten to check the barbecue sauce ingredients.

It's hard enough to manage the disease today even when you are knowledgeable and trying to manage it. Doubly hard when supposed friends don't understand and their actions do you in!

Our speaker said things are different in Britain. They evidently screen when the baby is born and if they suspect celiiac, they keep the baby in the hospital a week to be sure and get the baby started on the right formula. I was very impressed by that.

Don't feel overwhelmed by the AA foods. You will start to be aware of the items and automatically start buying and including the food that you like more and more. It's not an all or nothing proposition.

The good thing here is the only grain type item on this list is flax seed.

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Thank you so much for tutoring me...I admit my brain is in total overload and tomorrow is day of rest from all studies so will come back and read and study this some more next week.

I have printed off several lists so will plan a few days menus and then if see if they will work in real life for me. I was just talking with my DD and she is struggling through another angry stage with her celiac battle...so hard for her in a very much more social life when her friends just don;t get the celiac seriousness for her is not like their fad diet of gluten free to lose some weight... That is where I am in decision making...maybe I think too much about lifestyle changes like that but it is my personality to "consider the cost" financially, socially, family impact, health impact and then to hit it full force whatever course I choose.

WIll let you know how I am doing and will return to tracking my foods after my one week "VACATION" so you will be able to see what I eat and how it comes together.

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Hi, LindaF49

That will make it much easier for me, as long as you realize I DO eat food that is NOT on the AA list, so that everything you see there might not be AA.

Taz is TAZA chocolate Mexicano. This is a 3 inch round pkg of chocolate candy. I get it at my health food store. There are many flavors--cinnamon, ginger, salt and pepper (my favorite) and some others I haven't tried. 2 disks are in the pkg. They are scored so it is easy to divide into however many calories you want. It is 210 calories for a whole disk. So when I'm planning a snack, I figure 1/2 disk for 100 calorie snack or .25 disk for a 50 calorie snack.

Company website has a link to find a store near you:
www.tazachocolate.com/store/mexicanc
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My chocolate yogurt is homemade. I buy plain no-fat Greek Yogurt. Favorites in order of preference: Chobani, Trader Joes, Oikos. For a snack, I mix .5 T cocoa powder with .5 c. Greek yogurt. I sweeten with banana. Honey or maple syrup are AA sweeteners. I haven't ever tried non-dairy yogurt. You're on your own there, but I think it would work the same. It is very good with fresh or frozen strawberries.

I used to have a problem with inflammation but that went away with 3 rounds of Eat to Live 6 week plan, strict. When I started adding back in things, I didn't seem to have intolerance for dairy any more. But I limit it to 1 serving a day, usually yogurt or an ounce of Jarlsberg or gouda, one of the AA dairy products.

Enjoying food: I ONLY eat what I enjoy. Not enough calories to waste of things I don't like!!

To plan my day, I have entered all the AA foods in my tracker as favorites, in all versions. Like fresh tomatoes, Muir Glen fire roasted canned diced tomatoes without sodium, sun dried tomatoes, or cocoa powder, cacao nibs, taza chocolate. I also put in those things I use all the time--you've noticed some of them--bananas, romaine, chick peas, celery, roasted new red potatoes . . which aren't AA.

So when I plan/enter my meals for the day, I open the favorites. I type in a key word like tomato. Everything I use with tomatoes comes up and I click the box, set the amount, and choose the meal it is going into. Then on to the next ingredient.

I started out scrolling through the list but that was pretty time consuming.

Once I have pretty much entered everything that is AA, I click the ADD button and everything flips into the right meal or snack.

I then only have a small amount of work to do if I'm adding some grain, egg, or beef or pork.

Going out to eat at a friend's home or a restaurant. I load up of available veggies and/or fruit. At Chick Fil A, I get the chicken salad that comes with fruit and veggies. I never get enough fiber, so I order an extra serving of fresh fruit cup and put that on the salad as well and don't use their dressing because it is loaded with salt and sugar or sweetener. Anyway, it's very sweet and salty.

I ordered a spinach salad at a fish restaurant and sometimes get shrimp or grilled salmon or grouper on top. Last time, I asked what their steamed veg was (broccoli) and asked to have that added. I always get a dressing on the side if fruit isn't available. I've been know to squeeze the lemon from my tea on my salad and sprinkle pepper on top.

We like to eat at restaurants on the gulf, so when we were going to Sarasota to go to Penzey's Spices, Whole Foods, and Trader Joes, I found this restaurant on the water:

www.olearystikibar.com/menu/2012%20O
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arys%20Menu.pdf


I was able to come up with a pretty delicious meal. Could you?

When going to friends homes, that event is always preplanned. So during the day I work to get in as much as possible of the basics of my diet plan: 4 fruits, 2 lbs. veggies, 1 cup of beans an ounce of nuts, because it's a pretty safe bet there won't be many of those things. (I do this on restaurant days, too. I might leave a fruit for an evening snack with yogurt.

That allows me calories at the friends house for their main meat course if I want it. I take a small amount of their casseroles, and load up on any plain veggies/fruit. Plain baked sweet potatoes or reg. potatoes are very helpful. My friends know now that I am dieting and eating in my own healthy way, and they always are agreeable if I offer to bring a 7 layered veggie salad, or a spinach salad with fruit and nuts; or my rice salad with grapes, celery, nuts, and greek yogurt. (with a little sweetener) In fact, they appreciate it, and usually like either of those choices. I take the rice salad if meat is planned that I don't want to eat (like hot dogs or cold cuts.)

Cholesterol: The 3 time stretch of 6 week Eat to Live plan also has brought my total cholesterol down to 202. And I figure that will be down lower in June.

And Dr. Li justs asks us to try for one meal of AA foods. So if you do that for breakfast or lunch or both, then I wouldn't worry about supper. Eat what you want on your plan.

I can help with whatever you are eliminating for inflammation. I had essentially eliminated everything except soy on the 6 week ETL. But I still did the Virgin Elimination diet. And there was no change in me at all for the 3 weeks or as I started adding things back in.

I have noticed that my hips haven't been "clunking" when I walk. So I think that arthritis is getting better. I'll hear about that next week when I get my PET scan report.

I can't wait to have you start sharing the combinations you come up with that work with your program, and that taste delicious!

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What a sweetheart and teacher you are...I have found your food tracker and note at bottom so will check it daily for a while without you having to cut and paste...but thanks so much ...this really helped me see that there are many of my favorites that I considered healthy are still not in this realm ...will have to balance this all out with anti-inflammatory eating and general lowering of cholesterol, eliminating sugars etc learning that I am doing...
Biggies for me to think on: eggs, bananas, romaine lettuce, melons, peanut butter...all items that I love and see you still eat with your AA foods...This encourages me to feel like I really can do this and enjoy food...I don;t want to become so restricted that I cannot EVER eat with other people in their home or social setting.
Big question is about chocolate...I LOVE dark chocolate and add Hershey's dark cocoa powder to some plain yogurts etc...what is Taz Chocolate you refer to and a source? Is your choco.yogurt prepared or do you make your own? and is it cow milk yogurt or soy?

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Friday, 4/26 ITEMS IN PARENTHESES ARE NOT AA. Numbers at the beginning of each meal are the AA counts for that meal.


6 Breakfast: Nutriblast: spinach, (watermelon), ginger, flaxseed, water
Salad: roasted dark meat chicken, apple, cranberries, black pepper, (celery )

6 Lunch: chicken thigh, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, turnip greens, garlic (cheese bread, oatmeal cookie, ice cream)

6 pre-pool supper: spinach/watermelon/ginger/water nutriblast, (Millet and flax chips )with homemade hummus (chickpeas)/garlic/lime juice, olive oil; tangerine


3 Post Pool Snack: chocolate Greek yogurt (cocoa, dry, unsweetened.) strawberries, (California lemon cookies)

AA 21 Fruits 6 Veg 6 Fiber 40 Calories 1478

calorie range 1540 - 1890
I have changed this to 1350 - 1700 because of thyroid.


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Thursday 4/25 ITEMS IN PARENTHESES ARE NOT AA. Numbers at the beginning of each meal are the AA counts for that meal.

6 Breakfast: (egg zucchini) mushroom onion (omelette) tea pepper, applesauce; orange (this was really a snack which I took up to the pool at 8:30, class from 9 - 10:00. I was ravenous afterward. Glad I took the fruit with me.)

9 Lunch: (zucchini seitan) mushroom onion edamame stir fry, roasted carrots, Nutribullet with raspberries, blueberries, (1/2 banana,) cinnamon, and spinach, tea

4 Dinner: cranberries in (wrap) with almond butter, carrots, tea

4 Snacks: chocolate yogurt with strawberries & cinnamon, tea

AA 23 Fruits 5 Veg 7 Fiber 57 Calories 1386

calorie range 1540 - 1890
I have changed this to 1350 - 1700 because of thyroid.

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Wednesday, 4/24 ITEMS IN PARENTHESES ARE NOT AA. Numbers at the beginning of each meal are the AA counts for that meal.

3 Breakfast: I took (banana), peeled orange with flax seeds sprinkled on top with me up to the pool.

7 Lunch: shrimp skewers (left overs) (watermelon), nutriblast: strawberries, blueberries, spinach, (romaine,) cinnamon; tea; (roasted new potatoes )(new potatoesI only had 3 ounces of potatoes, but I had to enter 8.5 to get the correct calories for 3 ounces of roasted new potatoes http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_calorie
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7 Dinner: (multigrain bowl( with chicken, raisins, apples, (celery); tea; (peanut butter)/chocolate yogurt
Snacks: (Lemon cookies )

AA 17 Fruits 7 Veg 4 Fiber 42 Calories 1362

calorie range 1540 - 1890
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Tuesday, 4/23 PET scan day. Had to fast until after test which was at 10:00. I took the breakfast with me and at it in the car. Went to Hobby Lobby and then ate lunch at Applebees. I always get thrown off with fruit and veggies and fiber and AA foods o these days. But this worked better with that breakfast which traveled well. The TAZA chocolate didn't. It melted and I put the mess in the refrigerator when I got home.

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3 Breakfast:( banana,) cuties, high fiber snack (cocoa was ingredient in this gluten product), cashews
tea

3 Lunch: (applebees bleu burger,) tomato, 1/2 (bun), 2 onion rings
coffee

9 Dinner: Yogurt bowl; strawberries, yogurt, cinnamon; stir fry: tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, peppers, tea

Snacks: (ice cream,) Taza chocolate, (lemon cookies,) tea

AA 15 Fruits 4 Veg 6 Fiber 31 Calories 1603

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7 Breakfast:( romaine,) yogurt, flax, strawberries, blueberries, grapes, cinnamon, tea

5 Lunch New: (banana,) orange, flax, chicken thigh, carrots, tea

9 Dinner: Tomato/(chickpea)/parsley stew with stir fried mushrooms, onions Tea Nutribullet: strawberries, blueberries, spinach, cinnamon, ginger crystals

3 Snacks: Taz chocolate, chocolate cinnamon yogurt (peanut butter powder), tea
AA 24 Fruits 5 Veg 5 Fiber 42 Calories 1221

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Sunday, 4/21 ITEMS IN PARENTHESES ARE NOT AA. Numbers at the beginning of each meal are the AA counts for that meal.

5 Breakfast: Nutriblast:( banana, romaine,) blueberries, strawberries, flaxseed, tea

6 Lunch: spinach salad: shrimp, spinach, tomato, mushrooms, (egg, bacon), steamed broccoli, (ranch dressing on the side, croutons,) peach coffee

6 Dinner: nutriblast: yogurt, (romaine, banana,) strawberry, blueberries, grapes, cinnamon; (fish sticks, tater tots), tea

1 Snacks: (extreme wellness spinach tortilla goat cheese) with blueberries tea

AA 18 Fruits 7 Veg 8 Fiber 39 Calories 1463
calorie range 1540 - 1890
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Linda, I put the template into my note pad which appears at the bottom of my Food Tracker. And I fill it out with what the dishes or combinations were daily. And I make my food tracker available and that link is at the very bottom of my spark Page.

But since you are interested in seeing what we're eating, I'll be glad to copy and paste that note here. Please just ask if there is something you don't understand.

I find keeping those notes very helpful, mainly because I can pull up a NOTES report and see all my menus in a glance, or print them out for the week or month. Then I can see at a glance where a menu I'm repeating is so I can copy it easily to a new day. Especially helpful if I made a large amount and froze it in individual servings which I can eat at lunch, etc. Okay. I'll go get my menu for a couple of days and post them.
I tend to count any mushrooms as AA.

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This thread is a huge encouragement and teaching tool for me ...thank you so much for your careful recording and teaching and actual use of these foods...I'm learning so much!!!
COuld it become at least a weekly post form some of you faithful girls so I can keep learning from you...I see that I will soon be joining in to share and live more healthy for it.

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Well when I got home from Trader Joe's, I baked the

(6 AA) Tarte aux Champignons. (similar to a pizza, no tomato sauce) It had Emmenthal cheese and 4 kinds of mushrooms , 3 on the AA food list .(porcini, oyster, and sh*ttake mushrooms, and parsley; Tea

(7 AA) 1 serving was 1/2 the tarte (300 calories) and I needed more fiber, so I paired it with
Fruit bowl: banana, frozen berries: (strawberries, raspberries, black berries), 1/2 c. Trader Joes Greek yogurt, walnuts, and cinnamon, flaxseeds with blueberries.

It was a delicious, beautiful supper.

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emoticon tHat stir fry sounds delicious and nutritious! I have it printed and will be making it for sure.

I have the defeal cancer list printed out so its ready too.

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Bright Stir Fry

Today's stir fry was delicious. Only the sprouts, peppers, asparagus, and onions were raw. Everything else was already cooked.

For 2 generous portions:

Put 1 T olive oil in your pan. Heat and add 2 cups cabbage, 1 cup lentil sprouts, red peppers, asparagus, onions, green beans, cooked jasmine rice; and 6 cloves of roasted garlic, smashed. You could substitute a cup of any grain you already have cooked.

Stir fry until you are happy with how much the raw veggies have cooked. When you think the pan is getting too dry, stir in a cup of water mixed with 2 teaspoons brown rice miso.Season with pepper. The miso will make it salty enough. Cover. Simmer on low for about 10 minutes. Miso is a soy product. If you are not eating soy, you could use salt free vegetable boullion cubes. (I found a vegan product at the health food store.

Serve as a main dish and added roasted chicken

I'm having the 2nd half for supper with pan grilled tilapia (with a teaspoon of coconut oil).


Counts for the stir fry: AA ingredients: 7 counting the dark meat chicken, 5 vegetables, 10 grams of fiber.

Supplelment the meal with fresh fruit.

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I haven't checked in here lately, so i thought I'd list the AA ingredients for yesterday:

5 for Breakfast: Blueberries, strawberries, cinnamon almond milk tea
13 for Lunch: olive oil, leeks, artichokes, tomatoes, turnip greens, black lentil sprouts, red lentil sprouts, black pepper, roasted garlic, dark meat chicken, strawberries, dry powder unsweetened cocoa,
10 Dinner: tomatoes, garlic, olive oil, yogurt, cocoa, strawberries, almonds, onions, almond butter, red peppers
Supplements: turmeric

28 anti-angiogenic foods total

For those of you just getting used to this, Since Dr. Li talks about the synnergistic qualities of the foods, I try to combine or "blend" them as much as possible so that they are as potent as possible.

1698 calories, 60 grams fiber, 7 fruits, 6 vegetables
I didn't quite make my calorie minimum of 1710, but I was so full. I couldn't eat another thing.

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I'm not sure what wheel you didn't find. If it's what Buddha and I were talking about, it's a concept in the Full Plate Diet E-book. A major food component is in the center hub, Say a grain like quinoa. Then other things are arranged around the hub that you could add to the grain to add fiber to a meal.

Otherwise, the only other wheel I know is right outside on my car. emoticon

I'm with you with the collards. They are strong. You probably put in too much of them. I do like spinach in a smoothie though. I'm acquiring the taste for a little kale, but I like it better in soup broth. That might be what you need to do with the collards.

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Actually, I buy the LEAFY GREEN OF THE WEEK. I rotate the greens: kale or bok choy, or spinach, or like this week was the turn of the collard. I don't think that I'll try this again because I disliked the taste.
If I want to stick to the program I need to choose food that I enjoy, otherwise it's going to become a torture and I'll end quitting.
I invite you to visit my page. I have a long blog just about the green smoothie.
Don't think that I discovered the wheel, much of the ideas were taken from Butenko's videos.

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I can't get into having a liquid meal, especially breakfast. No, it probably doesn't matter which meal. I think that's because of the 2 liquid diets I've tried in the past. But I could supplement, like a side dish.

So my breakfast this morning was microwaved frozen blueberries and banana with halved fresh strawberries and cinnamon. I didn't add almonds or flax seed this morning but that is common. Instead, I went back to an old stand by: 1/2 serving of shredded wheat n bran and a serving of Almond Silk. Very satisfyjavascript:void(0)ing and lasted me from 6:30 to 12:00. 3 AA, 4 if we count the almond silk.

I'm going to send an e-mail to Eat to Defeat and see what they say about that.

The more I look at your smoothie, the more I think it would be a great snack on my plan. I always struggle with enough healthy calories when I have to increase my calorie range. This would be perfect.

Do you ever use spinach, kale, or beet sprouts in place of the collards, or don't you notice a difference? I usually don't have collards available until around New Years.

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Green smoothie with oranges, apples, collard, and sprouts, I forgot to put ginger. I miss the flavor of ginger in my smoothies. Oh well, next time.

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I made fruit salad for breakfast with flaxseeds and walnuts on top. Delicious.

6 Anti-Angiogenic foods: Blackberries, cherries, raspberries, apple, clementine, flaxseeds

Other: Banana

This WAS my breakfast, but it would be great as a side dish if you divided it into 4 servings.



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Well, supper left a lot to be desired. I processed the ingredients too long for vegetable loaf or "burgers". They pretty much stayed like mashed potatoes. I like them when chewier and you can kind of identify some of the things in them.

But it is usually a good go to recipe, throwing together 1 cup of cooked beans, 1 cup of cooked rice, and a mixture of cooked veggies. I usually do this on Thursday night when I'm cleaning out the refrigerator and inventorying so I can make my grocery list. I bind things together with 2 egg whites but that's really not necessary if you bake in a casserole. You really wouldn't need to bake or fry, since everything is already cooked. Just chop, mix, and serve in a bowl. However, rolling into balls and baking would make a great meatball with a spaghetti sauce.

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An AA breakfast today, a fruit smoothie: (banana), strawberries, spinach, almond milk original, cinnamon, nutmeg

(Items in parentheses) are not on the Anti-Angiogenic list. So this meal had 5 anti-angiogenic foods. That's a good thing because Dr. Li says in his video that they are synergistic. They work together for even more benefit than they'd give me by themselves.

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1/9 Supper was my AA meal:
Roasted Carrots and a rice salad. (Rice isn't on the anti-angiogenic list at this time) In the salad, ALL AA foods: Greek yogurt, red grapes, shredded apple, walnuts, cinnamon, and nutmeg.

Hints: Shredding the apple and slicing the grapes in half releases a bit of natural fruit sweetener into the salad. Mix a day before to meld flavors. Honey is an AA sweetener which you could add to this salad for more benefit.





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Dinner was my AA meal: onions, garlic, Juice and zest from a Meyer lemon and spinach braised together with pistachios on top. This was very tasty. Also roasted winter squash with tea. I'm waiting for roasted carrots but they're taking so long, I'll probably have them tomorrow.

For lunch, I had my challenge food for the month. I added steamed brussels sprouts to my salad of romaine, raw asparagus, tomatoes with garlic and herbs.

I preferred them when I roasted them on top of onions with orange slices on top. I think I would have preferred that orange flavor on this salad. I think next week I'll try a similar salad and drizzle the juice of an orange on top, or marinate the brussels sprouts in orange juice.

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I really enjoyed my supper salad: (basalmic vinegar, romaine, black beans, pineapple) scallion, tomato, leftover roasted cauliflower with garlic and almonds.


(items not on the AA list are in parentheses)

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Today I added walnuts, apples, and cinnamon to my oatmeal. I was going to add some maple syrup drizzled on top, but it wasn't needed. Tasted great the way it was.

Then I made a soup to take on my walk in the cold. I mixed carrot, onion, broccoli, tomato, and cabbage. I also added red lentil sprouts, black beans, corn, and celery (not on the AA list) The soup was excellent!!

I also fixed an Xtreme Wellness Spinach and Herb tortilla which I baked with 1 ounce of Jarlsberg light Swiss Cheese. The tortilla and the cheese puffed up and were crunchy. I like a little crunch now and then. Spinach, Jarlsberg and many herbs are on the AA list. So this was a delicious addition to the meal.

If you try the baked tortilla/cheese chip, Watch it. It bakes very quickly and you want to pull it out before it burns. Could possibly be toasted in a toaster oven if cut into wedges, or even a frying pan.

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I'm not taking time to log everything I ate today. But I did want to share supper:
I made a stir fry of cabbage, garlic, onion, grated apple, edamame, broccoli sprouts (found them at the grocery store up her!!) carrot with half a sweet potato on the side. It was delicious with 1/2 t. liquid aminos for flavoring. It made 3 2.5 cup servings, so I'll be having that for supper or lunch the next 2 days.

I usually get bored with that though, so I'll probably be freezing at least one serving.

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AA Foods for Dec. 18th;

Fruits: strawberries

Veggies: mushrooms, onions



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I try to at least order tea or coffee when the rest of the menu is lacking my usual healthy choices. I'm taking an apple and a baggie of walnuts in my purse for on the road snacking.

And I'd better get going.

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Visiting youngest daughter in Mid-Ohio so getting in the AA foods just might be hard this week but, A good try I am going to give it. Until daughter heads to the grocery, this is going to be a challenge.

Veggies - 2
Spices - 2
Condiments - 2
Meats - 1
Beverages - 3
Sweets - 1

Total for today 11

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I try to track everything I eat and my SP food journal is available from the link at the bottom left side of my spark page. If you want to know more than this list, or the infor in my food journal, please send a spark mail.

Total Fruits/Veggies 8
Fiber 41
Calories 1379

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Anti-Angiogenic Foods 14 This list doesn't include everything i've eaten for the day, because I eat other foods that aren't on the AA list. For example, today, i also ate pineapple, a slice of sourdough bread, and grilled steak.Counts are always lower when I go out to eat, except for sodium. Sodium is always higher.

Breakfast: apple, blackberries, yogurt, cinnamon
Lunch: edamame, almond butter, blackberry jam (sweetened with apple juice) (spinach and herbs in wraps?)
Dinner will be at Cracker Barrel after the concert: green beans, turnip greens, sweet potato
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Also, I try to look for patterns in the things I'm eating when there is a huge shift either in weight or size.

While I was in NC in October, I went down 3 sizes. Lost no weight. Lost 5 pounds the week I came back. And then things slowed down.

So this week I started looking at what was different. The first thing I realized was that I had been drinking more coffee and tea up there. I hadn't had a cup of coffee in the last month. I started making a French Press pot of 2 cups of coffee each morning this week and I lost a half pound 2 days in a row. Coincidence?? Maybe. We'll see.

How will you know if what you are doing IS doing any good?

I track my blood pressure everytime I go to the oncologist, since I go there every month. My net PET scan won't be for about 3 - 4 months. The other things I watch for is an improvement in joint pain, memory, skin quality, and all of those other things I track on the weight page, especially energy level.

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Don't worry about amounts when you are including AA counts. Remember in the video, Dr. Li talked about how the tea blend they made was twice as potent as each one on its own.

That synnergy is what I think of as I create dishes, soups, salads, stews, even pizzas and sandwiches. The more I can combine, the more I feel like superwoman!!

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Those spices are definitely on the list. Angel1066, what is it that you hope they help?

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CARROTS, PARSNIPS, ONIONS, PUMPKIN, CABBAGE, GARLIC , TOMATOES, APPLE, COFFEE, CHOCOLATE, DARK MEAT CHICKEN, GINGER, CINNAMON, CLOVES, PARSLEY, ROSEMARY, BLACK PEPPER, OREGANO
18 ITEMS, THO 8 were used as seasonings. Still, I used them liberally, hope they help!

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Traveling is the keyword for today, so not much eating or tracking. Stuck closer to Daibetic diet today.

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I guess I could make my own walnut butter in the food processor.



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Angel, I don't believe that peanuts or peanut butter is on the list. Some nuts are, and their butters should be anti-angiogenic, but that might depend on how they are processed.

It's okay to eat the peanut butter, but you'd have more angiogenic benefit by eating almond butter or cashew butter. Those are the only 2 I can find without all the additives that I am trying to stay away from. It's even hard to find almond butter without additives but there is still one at the local health foods store.

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sorry for the duplicate

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AA foods: 14

Breakfast: mini wheats cereal with honey & blue berries, 2% milk, Green tea.
Lunch: Egg,cheese, blueberries, honey, green tea
Dinner: cole slaw, baked beans, tomatoes
Snack: strawberries, hazelnut spread, peanut butter, Dark chocolate

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anti-angiogenic foods: 13
Breakfast: Tea, cinnamon. Is Peanut butter anti-angiogenic? I see some of its relatives are on the list.
Lunch: olive oil, garlic, onion, mushrooms,
dinner:black pepper, carrots, onions, peas, tomatoes, butternut squash, apple

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Dec. 14

Anti-Angiogenic Foods 20

Breakfast peaches, blueberries, yogurt, cinnamon, tea

Lunch I made a stir fry to put on top of my salad. The stir fry made so much that I made a group of the ingredients and ate 2/3 for lunch and 1/3 for supper.

Dinner My original plan was to make a wrap, but I turned the tortilla into a pizza shell, ssread it with roasted garlic, baked it with the cheese, then put the stir fry, tomatoes, and spinach on top. Very tasty!! It would make a great snack or party food sliced into finger food triangles. I'll put the recipe up in SP.

So to count AA ingredients I'm not counting the stir fry twice.

Snack Lemon cookies: I don't count the lemon?? for AA, I'm just confessin!!

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So, Michele, does flaxseed improve taste, texture . . . in the bread mixes, or just add calories or some fiber or good nutrition?

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I've put Flaxseed in smoothies, on cereals, with yogurt, with pudding and with vegetable soups ( especially home made ), baking muffins, even snuck in bread mix for banana bread, etc. Frankly, it has been the best way for me to use Flaxseed.

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Michele, You took on strawberries sound like your were victorious. Good list. Did you enjoy it today?

I'd love to know what you did with the flaxseed. That is something I'm supposed to be using for Dr. Fuhrman's Eat to Live, and I own it, but I don't do anything with it.

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Angel1066, I've never heard of chili in your chocolate, or If I saw it, passed over it because i like chocolate with nuts so much. I probably didn't want to ruin a good thing.

Sounds like DH's purchase was a good thing!!

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Today I took on Strawberries. Apple, Carrots. Tomatoes diced, Peppers, String Beans and Flaxseed, Cinnamon, Cocoa Powder plus Honey, Hazelnut Spread.

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I do put unsweetened chocolate in my homemade chili, but no, this was part of a lindt candy bar my dh brought home from a shopping trip to the "big City" near us. We've been nibbling a bit after dinner last nite, tonite, and a bit left for tomorrow. They put the chili in the dark chocolate, giving it an extra lovely complexity.

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Did you make the chili with the chocolate?

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for Dec 13: 13 AA foods
Tea, olive oil, mushrooms, cabbage, string beans, roma tomato, butternut squash, garlic, apple
orange, black pepper, cinnamon, Lindt dark chocolate with chili

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Breakfast Tea, blackberries, apple, yogurt, cinnamon

Lunch Tea
Wrap: jarlsberg lite, tomato, onion, spinach, bean sprouts
Salad: beets, onion,

This lunch was delightful. I stir fried the sprouts a litte before putting them on the wrap and salad. I put lite caesar dressing on the salad with pineapple, but that could have gon on the wrap, just as well. Great texture and flavors!

Dinner: tea, soy burger, sweet potato, peas, apple, pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, broccoli, miso, bean sprouts


Snack: apple

Fruits/Veggies: 10
Fiber 49
Calories 1250



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Anti-Angiogenic Foods 23

Breakfast peaches, blueberries, yogurt, cinnamon, coffee
Lunch (at Chick Fil A and supplemented at home)
strawberries, apples, oranges, red grapes, tea, pumpkin, ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg
Dinner Salad: bean sprouts, onions, peas, tomato Wrap: (sprouts, tomato, onion) tuna, jarlsberg cheese, parsley, thyme, spinach and herbs in tortilla
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Anti-Angiogenic Foods: 17

Breakfast (cereal with yogurt and fruit): blackberries, apples, cinnamon, yogurt

Lunch(stir fry with pineapple): peppers, leeks, broccoli, olive oil, bean sprouts, soy beans, miso

Dinner( grape salad, green beans with almonds, and sweet potato): cinnamon, red grapes, green beans, onions almonds, yogurt, tea

Snack Wrap: almond butter, spinach and herbs in tortilla, tea

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Dec 11:
Brussel sprouts
Carrots 
Garlic    
Onions    
Parsnips    
Winter squashes (acorn, butternut)
Oregano 
Rosemary

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Dec.11th

Breakfast: Green Tea, Honey, Blueberries
Lunch: Banana, Strawberries, Flaxseed
Dinner: Sole
Snack: Green Tea, Hazel nut spread, Peanut butter,

total: 10

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total of 8 Anti-Angiogenic foods with one x 2


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For December 10

Anti-Angiogenic Foods (16)

Breakfast: apple, yogurt, almond butter, cinnamon, coffee
Lunch: onions, cinnamon, red grapes, beets, tea, yogurt, tangelo
Dinner broccoli, sweet potato, baked apple with cinnamon
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Fruits/Veggies 12
Fiber 38
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Once able to relate more an increase my knowledge I'll develope what is best for me to use.

Your support is my " Main Stay ".

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For December 9

Anti-Angiogenic Foods

Breakfast: orange, onions, tomatoes, coffee, spinach, almond butter
Lunch: snap peas, miso, peppers, tangelo, bean sprouts, broccoli, onions
Dinner: green beans, onions, almonds, brown rice, miso, red grapes, yogurt, cinnamon
Snack

Fruits/Veggies 14
Fiber 41 g
Calories 1252


Note: Please don't feel you need to follow this format to post the AA foods you eat. Make it fit you and what you are doing. This works for me because I copy and paste the note I make at the bottom of the nutrition tracker daily. That daily note allows me to create a report that shows that information over a long period of time. I include AA foods, Fruits/veggies, fiber, and calories because those things are important to me and my goals. Every once in a while, I go back and look at the report. For example, In October while in NC, I lost a lot of inches, and the first 2 weeks in November back home in FL, I lost quite a few pounds. I think that requires a bit of analyzing of my fitness activities and the food I was eating and calories in. I plan to do that in NC. Something was definitely different in October and November.

Perhaps just the altitude??


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I went through a time when I was surprised that I wasn't eating veggies also. It didn't take me long to realize I wasn't eating veggies, just buying them and throwing away the rotten bits.

So Spark People helped me face up to that big problem.

And planning for, and actually eating them is still not a habit. Eat to Defeat, Dr. Fuhrman's Eat to Live, and the Full Plate Diet have helped me a lot to approach vegetables. At this point, I say I approach them more like an adult and less like a spoiled brat. There's still a little bit of that spoiled brat pouting and saying 'NO!"

Roasting vegetables helps me a LOT. I actually love them. Especially roasted carrots. I'd buy a 10 pound bag at Publix, roast them, and eat them all week. But that's the kid in me. The adult knows to work for a variety. So I buy 2 pounds of carrots plus lots of other roasting veggies, roast them and eat them all week, even as snacks.

I hope you find the answer so that you are able to eat and enjoy your food.

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I often have almond butter or cashew butter. That's a good idea for a shake with banana and nut butter.

I'm sorry you didn't feel well. Hope tomorrow is better. I think what you are doing is much more healthy that what I did when nothing tasted right.

Keep us posted how you're doing, okay?

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Bad on this one = had no vegetables yesterday, I was more than surprised.

Today, food has just given me a case of nausea. So have utilized Shakes and Protein shakes with fruit today.

Today worked on protein
Fruit = 4
Spices = honey x 3, Cinnamon x 2

Last shake I made I added crunchy peanut butter with banana. delicious

The chocolate was a gift, from a gourmet store!


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Michele,

In your list: I focused in on "bad on this one"

It made me want to ask why you felt that?

And then, is there a combo or recipe in this list? Without seeing everything else you ate, I'm wondering if you made a hot chocolate or a special AA snack or dessert. Come on, share!!

And where do you get your Dark Chocolate? special brand?

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I read a lot into every word you write sometimes. Guess that comes from teaching 41 years.

Angel, "ONLY 7" makes me think YOU don't think too highly of this effort. But I think it's wonderful, even if the ingredients are in meals you always cook that way, in other words status quo?? But we now know it's NOT status quo. We know that those 7 ingredients are working to combat a LOT of chronic illnesses that you might not even know are starting to do battle. AND back stage, you are killing of the blood supply to your fat cells.

So don't make light of these 7 foods. They are powerful!!
BTW, no tea or coffee?


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For December 8th:

Fruits: blueberries, strawberries(x2), Pomegranate.
Herbs & Spices: Black pepper, Cinnamon, Coca powder
Vegetables: bad on this one
Condiments: Honey
Beverages: Green Tea
Sweets: Dark chocolate

total: 10 for the day.

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For Dec 8, Broccoli, sweet potato, pumpkin, cabbage, apples, cinnamon, black pepper
only 7 today

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For December 7

My anti-angiogenic foods: 15

Breakfast yogurt, apple, cinnamon
Lunch: tangelo, broccoli, onions, peppers, snow peas, bean sprouts, miso
Dinner: yogurt, red grapes, walnuts, cinnamon
Snack: dark chocolate (in cookie ;)

Fruits and Veggies: 11
Fiber: 39
Calories 1660

They have raised my calorie range 400 points. I just made minimum today counting the snack which I haven't eaten yet. Don't think I will get it down.

The list above is only the food I ate that appears on the AA list. If you're interested in seeing my food journal, it is available from the link at the bottom left on my spark page.


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For December 6

Anti-angiogenic foods: 17

Breakfast: peach, raspberries, blackberries, yogurt, cinnamon, coffee
Lunch: mushrooms, onions, spinach, tomato, herbs, tea, lemon
Dinner: tomatoes, pepper, tea
Snack: tea

Fruits/veggies 7
Calories 1660
Fiber 30

Sandy's birthday lunch at Crackers. Pretty good place to go for trying to eat in a healthy, delicious way.

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I hope so, too.

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Yesterday was check an see day for me. Have used many spices, sweetners, oils & condiments on that list but not really used to tracking them. Fiber I have been use to for better or worse in diet as am diabetic. Cinnamon I use as needed with food as it helps with blood sugar control ( for me that is). So to completely get the hang of additional tracking, I'll get there slow but sure.

Yesterday as far as taste, not really. Nothing new was really added and tast buds are improving from the last 3 weeks. Should see a difference by Sunday. At least I hope so.

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Michele, I counted 10 AA foods in what you ate. Is that what you got? Might be more since I don't know what is in the protein shake. Did you use black pepper on anything in your lunch or dinner, or cinnamon or nutmeg with the pumpkin? or some of the herbs and spices?

What I really want to know is, did anything taste wonderful during the day? You might want to rate the taste somehow. Not necessarily on what you post but stars or + or - on your own tracking system. Though I'd love to know what tastes good. So often "diets" are associated with deprivation and boring food. Just like fiber is associated with cardboard.

I know you're trying to find things that will taste good to you. So the spices and condiments on the AA list might be something for you to think about.

When including AA foods, we're not necessarily looking at "servings" but inclusion of foods that have an anti-angiogenic affect. The combination of different foods is synnergistic. So a dash of this, a splash of that improves flavor, AND AA effect. . .

Yesterday, we took my sister to dinner for her birthday. The chef had a "special" of an herb crusted fish sandwich. I knew I wanted the spinach salad, which had a choice of different fish on it. But not the herb crusted one. I requested that fish for my salad and they did it!! I felt like it was my birthday. Not only was it delicious, but I felt he probably included some parsley, oregano, thyme, pepper, and some others that I wasn't going to try to identify. I just enjoyed with a smile on my face!!

One thing that helped me with the AA seasonings when cooking at home was to put the AA choices on my bottom spice turntable. (I have two, one on the bottom shelf above the stove area that I can reach easily.) I moved the things that don't add that nutrition to the top shelf; things like orange flavoring, vanilla, etc. I still use them, but the others that I want to be sure to include when appropriate are now close at hand. Eventually, it won't matter once I get them in my head. I also started herbs by seed in October. They haven't gotten big enough to harvest, but I can't wait to try them.

I computed fiber for you, without knowing serivng sizes, I counted each item as the regular serving that came up in the tracker like 1/2 c. tomatoes or 1 cup cabbage.)
The protein shake might have had some but again, I don't know the ingredients.
So your fiber score based on everything I don't know was 26. Pretty good for not focusing on that!!

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I'm new with this one, so here goes: for Dec.6

Breakfast: shredded wheat with Blueberries and green tea (hot).
Lunch: Pumpkin, shrimp, cabbage (white raw). orange cherry tomatoes
Dinner: Pasta, Tomatoes, String Beans, carrots
Snack: Protein Shake

Fruits/Veggies 7
Calories: 1100-1200 Diabetic Diet, low end tonight
Fiber: uncounted

Apetite has been poor last 3 weeks, see if this just might improve it.

Recopied the full list. So lets see!

Edited by: MICHELE142 at: 12/6/2012 (23:59)
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For December 5 They raised my calorie range yesterday and it seems so strange planning and executing, but I almost made it to the calorie minimum. Guess I could do some fruit for a snack if I'm hungry later. We'll see.


Anti-angiogenic foods: 16

Breakfast: Greek Yogurt, cinnamon apples
Lunch: onion, tangelo. green beans, peas, bean sprouts, tangelo,
Dinner: broccoli, lentil sprouts, almond butter, almonds, miso,
Snack walnuts

Fruits/veggies 14
Calories 1483
Fiber 47


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For Dec. 4


Anti-angiogenic foods:

Breakfast: yogurt, cinnamon, blackberries, green beans, garlic
Lunch: turnip greens, peppers, tangelo, carrots and soy beans in veggie burger
Dinner: apple, broccoli, onions, bean sprouts, almonds, almond butter
Snack

Fruits/veggies 15
Calories 1705
Fiber 55

Weird breakfast, right? The green beans were left over from last night-green beans out of my garden. They were so good, I wanted them for breakfast, cold. Hmmm. It was almost like wanting a donut, only healthier!!



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For Dec. 3:


Anti-angiogenic foods: 20

Breakfast: apples, yogurt, cinnamon, honey, green tea
Lunch: tomatoes, carrots, cashews, dark meat chicken, tea, broccoli, peppers, flaxseed (flat bread) black pepper
Dinner: coffee, winter squash, tomatoes, olive oil, garlic, green beans, tomatoes
Snack: walnuts, yogurt, blackberries

Fruits/veggies 11
Calories 1449
Fiber 54

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How do I create this progress report each day?
I copy and paste this template into the note sheet at the bottom of each day in the Nutrition tracker. Then when I'm through planning or tracking for the day, I edit the note page and type in the AA foods I ate for the day and tally them up.
For this forum, I copy the note for the day and paste it into a post.

If you are interested in what other foods I eat, I make my food/exercise journals public and you can access the link to that from my spark page, bottom left corner.

You are welcome to copy the template into your note page in your nutrition tracker.

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Anti-angiogenic foods: 12

Breakfast: orange, green tea
Lunch: spinach, mushrooms, onions, cooked tomatoes
Dinner: kale, carrots, onions, apples, almond butter, tea
Snack

Fruits/veggies: 12
Calories 1321
Fiber: 36



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Anti-angiogenic foods: 13

Breakfast: flax, tea
Lunch: flax, red grapes, walnuts, cinnamon
Dinner: garlic, cooked tomatoes, garlic, peppers, olive oil
kidney beans, (mulberries?)
Snack milk chocolate

Fruits/veggies 7
Calories 1520
Fiber 44

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Copy and paste the template above into your post. Then just add the AA foods you ate that day. You can also use it in the note card at the bottom of your daily Nutrition Tracker.

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