Oriental food on gluten-free dairy-free.
Today I tried to revamp one of my Chinese recipes to fit my lower fat, higher protein and GF, DF way of eating.
Breakfast was the all-American standard of scrambled eggs and ham, with some nice fresh fruit on the side. What I did not have ... Read more
The perfect omelet, gluten-free and dairy-free
Today I fixed a delicious omelet that filled the bill, food-wise. An Eggbeater (original) egg white omelet with ham, spinach, onion and red bell pepper. That and a grapefruit was very satisfying.
First I sauteed the onions and peppers:
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More gluten-free, dairy-free meals
Today was a yummy day for food. I loved everything I fixed. I experimented a little with the pancakes and used just one whole egg, divided into yolk and white (I whipped up the white) and some Eggbeaters. I also added a bit of grated apple. ... Read more
Eating Gluten-free and Dairy-free
Today was my first full day of eating no dairy or food containing gluten, per doctor's orders. I will try to do this for 8 weeks to see if it makes any difference in how I feel. I actually feel very good, but maybe I don't know what it feels l... Read more
Does God care what I eat? Part 4. But it looks so yummy . . .
I have been continuing my search into God’s Word to see whether or not He has anything more to say about caring about what I eat. Although my reading didn’t stop during December, my writing did because too many activities crowded out my taking ... Read more
Does God care what I eat? Part 3. Food--My god for the moment.
Does God care what I eat? Or when I eat or why I eat?
I started my journey to answer this question in Genesis 1:1 and am carefully reading through scripture to see what God says about this.
So far I’ve seen in God’s word that He obvio... Read more
Does God care what I eat? Part 2. Basic necessity/basic temptation
Does God care what I eat? Or when I eat or why I eat (to sate hunger, to combat boredom, etc.)?
I began this study in Genesis 1, where I saw that God created food fo... Read more
Does God care what I eat? Part I. What does the Bible say?
Does God care what I eat?
What the Bible says about food and life
The Bible is about God. And man. And how the tw... Read more
Why do I want to reach my goal, redux
There are several reasons I truly want to reach my goal--my ultimate goal in June 2012 of 20% BF, which would be about 125 lbs. body weight.
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A good day--Good Food, Good Exercise
After a weekend out of town with one meal eaten at a tailgate BBQ and another at a fancy restaurant, it was nice to get back to the plain and simple food that has gotten me this far. I'm coming off of a month where I've been pulling out of a ca... Read more
Anatomy of a Tailspin
. . .or. . . Sometimes Life Just Gets in the Way of the Best Laid Plans. . .
It all started Friday, Sept. 30. Up to then I... Read more
Intermittent fasting--results so far.
I started my experiment with intermittent fasting on 7-10-11 at 158.4 lbs. and today weigh exactly 148 lbs. For me, that's an astonishing rate of loss as I'm used to losing at the rate of about .5 to 1 lb. per week. BMI has come down from 28.... Read more
Sculling and F-E-A-R ~~~!!
I'm really taking to this new sport, for me. I get up at 5:30 a.m., when it's still pitch dark, and then get a quick shower to wake up. Then slip into my bike shorts ... Read more
The power of strength training
Today I watched several YouTube videos showing how to get back into a scull after falling out or tipping over. My sculling teacher has assured me that at least once I will be in the drink--everyone ends up in the water--and that I will need to ... Read more
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Fuel for sculling
Today was my first day without pontoons in the single shell, a boat about 20" wide and 20' long. This was my 10th lesson in learning how to scull and I am loving it. I have to admit that I had a knot in my stomach when I thought about rowing w... Read more