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  • #8505
    redm72
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    I saw it, it didn’t really give any recipes, she was a raw vegan hence not much of a cook ;)

    #8506
    Dutchie
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    I suppose its a lot easier to stay lean on something like 80-10-10 simply bc theres n9t many different options/choice regarding protein and i can imagine nuts and coconut as the only fatresources,so that shuts out a lot of palatable foods.,but it is funny to see people like billy craig and. The overfeeding experiment reach various dietary scenes.

    But all in all im still clueless what to eat and getting really anxious to ‘start my entire plan’ Monday :s

    #8508
    redm72
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    I think the trick is eating mostly carbs with fat as low as possible. I think a person could eat a massive amount of food with those ratios, I don’t think it’s a lack of palatability, they’re still eating 4000 calories.

    If you don’t eat starch and you don’t do dairy, your choices for foods are going to be relatively limited. I don’t think I eat a single thing in my day that doesn’t have one or both of those things in it. You can eat a lot of fruit, but you need protein and most non-dairy proteins (meat for example) don’t go real well with fruit unless it’s a condiment (such as peach salsa on chicken or fish). Eggs can be used to make some things, for example I make a sweet omelette type thing with cherries that’s delicious.

    I don’t envy you your restrictions, but I wish you luck with it. I’m sure if you hit up google you may have more luck finding recipes with the ingredients that you an eat.

    #8513
    Dutchie
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    @redm72 i eat dairy,just not cowdairy im gonna experiment with lowfat cowdairy/cheese soon or could i better opt for awmilk cheese,in generL? I do eat eggs,but i want to eat so much of them as its hard for me to get quality eggs.
    I dont very much take all the peat stuff superstrict (im supposed to be very low in iron&ferritin,so i dont avoid iron as a plague like most do. I also dont like the mostly liquid part,i need to chew. And i never been particularly keen on oramges,but i found that making gummies from oj,bit salt and raw cane sugar is quite enjoyable….and a good excuse to use my hello Kitty! Molds;))
    I dont eat starch for now bc i had some scary unpleasant teactions from them of which i now months later finally have healed.
    apart from the fact that the humid warm days really dont make me feel like wanting to eat starch..
    If youd be willing to share some meal ideas/recipes that would be great:) too bad,there isnt a pm option here.

    #8519
    positively
    Participant

    Dutchie why do you follow R.Peat?
    His diet is very restricted.

    #8521
    redm72
    Participant

    I don’t think we need a pm option, if we discuss things out in the open forum everyone can contribute.

    I don’t really have any recipes for you, like I said above I eat starch and/or dairy in every meal. The link below is similar to the fruit and egg dish I mentioned above, it has milk but you could sub coconut milk or something else I guess. If you don’t eat many eggs either, then I’m really out of ideas!

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-de-laurentiis/frittata-with-peaches-and-cherries-recipe/index.html

    #8536
    Dutchie
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    @positively i agree if you follow his guidelines strictly its very restrictive but i dont. I like almost all fruits,so also banana. I also like maple syrup and raw cane sugar which are all no no’s for true peatarians. I also disagree with the white sugar and pickling salt,for me theyre still non-optimal choices that dont have much nutrition to offer. I still prefer to eat himalaya salt and seasalt.
    I just happen to like most foods in his dietary guidelines(sugars,dairy,coconut,butter,shrimp,veal lamb beef,bit of eggs) ;)

    Let me rephrase it then,i eat according to eat4heat without the s of starch :)
    So,i want to for now stick dietary wise with simple sugars,salt,protein&sat.fats bc it seems like im finally coming somewhat off my years of constipation.
    Besides that,a couple of months ago when inspired by eat4heat i started with it in that short wreckless period i felt awesome but that didnt lasted long and i experienced severe issues which were ligthly traumatic and i really dont want to suffer from that anymore. All grains apparently dont like me. Ofcourse that fear has been. Increased by hardcore peaters.
    For me its already a huge mountain to overcome to learn to eat 3meals a day and quit fucking around and let myself gain weigth. That makes it a bit less frigthening by foods i $eel comfortable with and try to get metabolism going.

    #8557
    Rodzilla
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    Saisrice, would it be okay if I emailed you about the mindfulness (sorry to derail).

    #8600
    positively
    Participant

    Dutchie,

    If it’s work for you that’s fine.

    Your meals shouldn’t be problematic to create.

    Fruit + protein + salt

    And eat as much as you can :)

    • This reply was modified 9 years, 1 month ago by positively.
    #8613
    Dutchie
    Participant

    @positively yeah,those guidelines are the basics but its just that i dont want to throw some stuff together.
    I need to have the idea that im eating a delicious fun meal, i sometimes feel so alone when i read what everyone eats here. In the future i hope i can add some starch/potatoes back bc i imagine them making one more warm in the winter.
    I mostly miss grains&bread and stuff for the convenience,texture and bc its required in so many frickin recipes.

    #8617
    saisrice
    Participant

    Rodzilla, of course you can email me about the mindfulness! I love to talk about it and am in the middle of two mindfulness classes now and have an interesting new one-day class tomorrow on shifting positions (like your body positions) to shift your perspectives. My email is lilyasais@gmail.com

    #8635
    positively
    Participant

    Dutchie,

    Yes if you do not eat variety of food then may be the problem.I do not know eat also like people here.I am on process. I was on restricted diet.
    I do not eat gluten sill.
    I’ve seen in one of your post a few recipes and it sounds delicious :)

    #8686
    Rodzilla
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    Here’s the thing to be careful about with Peating or any guidelines you want to follow – it’s another way to demonize food, another way to try and gain control over something.

    One of Peat’s main principles is that context matters, at the end of the day it’s still going to come down to what works for you.

    It’s possible that the rise in cortisol from such strict regimentation will do more damage than the evil PUFAs and gluten will.

    I would say try them out. If you’re having an actual adverse reaction..take them back out. But a diet free from fear and with adequate calories will do far more for your overall health (including physical) and recovery than a regimented one will.

    #8690
    positively
    Participant

    I agree with Rodzilla.
    That’s why I do not follow someone (diet)in 100% , always we should leave some space for ourselves.You should find a your way and feel free from restricted diet.Maybe for R.Peat this diet works well.He is also over 70.Our body needs different food, calories etc. when we are younger and when we are older.For me his diet is restricted and too liquid.And it’s not something what I used to eat before.I prefer more solid food with some liquid , in the summer more fruits :)
    I agree about PUFa in vegetable oil.
    I do not eat gluten because I avoided long time ago, and when I tried I was not well after, so I am not yet ready to eat gluten.

    BTW. I was on restricted diet. And from my experience and also lessons, find a your way, and listen your body.

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