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@ttramone Yes,it’s sometimes ridiculous how some Peatarians see apples and banana as a deadly poison,yet refuse to believe that the white sugar&coke they’re pouring down is causing them the problems they experience.
A lot of them are also so sensitive when it comes to questioning/critiquing some of Peat’s theories.
Yes,I’ve spoken&consulted Billy at the beginning of this year,but it didn’t work out although I still think he’s a very knowledgeable man. We just weren’t on the same page more or less.
The starches you mention are all grains….I’m thinking they cause blood sugar imbalances,at least it somewhat seems to be the case for me even though I really experience it immediately. I’m thinking potato migth be different,because it has nutrients to it and still a little bit of sugar when cooked….sweet potatos even some more.
During my pizza fuck-ups I experienced negative effects during the day,though they were quite normal to me for a lot of years and it seemed the starch with the sugar and the cheese was causing fatty liver very fast. I basically love the pizza as vehicle for the toppings&sauces&melted cheese,even though I seemed to get problems from the cheese/fats. I first figured it was also because it was cow’s cheese and cowdairy consists more of LCFA whereas goat&sheep dairy are a bit higher in SCFA and I’ve read that LCFA are quicker stored as fat than SCFA and MCT.
So,yesterday I was really craving cheese(I only crave it melted/warm) and decided to put my ‘vehicle-theory’ to the test….I didnt order pizza but made stuffed eggplant with the topings&sauces I eat with the pizza and put some goatcheese slices on top……and my theory proved to be true because I didnt miss the wheat at all. So now on sugars I find myself thinking about sugar&fattier combinations like melted cheese,even cow’s cheese and I have a hard time trusting it to be o.k.
Your story about the bread,pasta,rice etc. also sounds like it causes you blood sugar imbalances,which seems to cause the i-cant-stop/addiction circle for me….and the plain food eating sounds like the Masterjohn’s food palatabillity theory. I actually think any food,even bread&pasta,eaten plain by itself is boring so unrewarding in our minds.