I don't eat Gluten, soy, dairy (minus eggs, though that is maybe once a month), sulfer (which is easy, since meat is generally what contains sulfer)...and meat.
I also avoid nearly all processed foods, including bread, pasta (even the gluten free versions).
On top of that, I eat a very Ketogenic diet, in a macronutrient breakdown, I eat 10% carbs, 45% protein and 45% fat. Meaning that...in a day, I eat about 44g of carbs, 198g of protein (though it's not bad to fall under that) and 88g of fat (not bad to go above that).
For protein, I eat eggs, leafy greens (Kale contains 2g of protein per cup and is wonderful in smoothies, as is spinach) and plant based, non-soy protein powders.
I eat so much fat because our body needs that much fat. We're basically slipping into a starving obesity because so many people are leery of healthy fats tha- No, I won't go into that unless someone asks me. Anyway, our body needs fat, a lot of fat. -shrugs- Our brains are 60% fat.
And yes, I am losing weight. I've actually lost a good deal of weight on this diet, almost 100 pounds so far, I actually gain weight whenever I try to add gluten to my diet. It's weird. Anyway...
I eat a lot of Veggies, Fruits, Oils, Nuts...Eggs. If I feel like it, I'll make a batch of gluten-free bread or pancakes or any of the like. -laughs- I rely on coconut milk (really easy to obtain organic coconut milk), instead of soy milk, cook with olive or coconut oil (again really easy to obtain). It's a little harder to come by a good protein powder, but amazon makes that easier.
I spend about $300 on food each month, sometimes more, I'd rather spend more on good food then spend less on food that would make me sick.
If you are thinking about going onto a completely organic diet, I urge you to buy a vitamix, the vegetarian package is amazing and comes with a cheese cloth, it's about $500 dollars, but completely worth it, I've had it for about...6-ish months and I still love it and have never had to fix it. It makes smoothies that are actually smooth, amazing sorbet, crushes ice like it's butter and so much more (blatant advertising, I do this often, just because I love this thing). My favorite is that it makes soups, like...you put veggies in it, stock, water, whatever in it, let it run for a few minutes and you have a soup, most of the time it tastes like it's been slow cooking for hours, instead of just being blended for a few minutes. Anyway...
Going past the blatant advertising of a blender...that's my diet. It's not something amazing, just good, whole foods.
| current weight: 218.0