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  • in reply to: Sudden Surge in Appetite – Extreme Hunger #12704
    NYC1234
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    I’m glad to hear that it’s normal for appetite to increase in a stepwise fashion.

    In addition to my normal daily diet, I’ve added a couple of big slices of pizza a day from the pizza joint around the corner. This has been doing the trick but it’s pretty expensive. $6 per day * 30 days per month is $180 per month. I really want to find a cheaper source of calories that are as easy as grabbing two slices of pizza. Maybe Rice Crispies and whole milk?

    in reply to: Strangest shit you used to eat… #12703
    NYC1234
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    Many years ago I mixed psyllium husk fiber with water and drank it every day. It made my stomach hurt a little and gave me gas but I thought I was doing good.

    in reply to: Too much Butter #12702
    NYC1234
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    Update – As predicted by Rob and Matt Stone’s ideas, my craving for butter has run its course. I don’t have any desire to eat it in excess any longer. Whatever my body needed in the butter it got enough of.

    I still eat more butter than average but I’m not eating as much as before. One kerrygold is lasting me a few days now.

    I mix cut up hotdogs with almonds and pumpkin seeds. I drizzle melted butter on to of this and eat it out of a bowl with a spoon. It is great. This also improves the satiety of the snack.

    I melt goat cheese into my pasta but I also melt butter into my pasta to help with satiety.

    I was melting butter into my oatmeal but I discovered that Ghee tastes fantastic in oatmeal so I’ve been using that instead. I count Ghee as butter anyway.

    When I go out at night and I want to avoid getting hungry for 3 or 4 hours I will drink a pint of light cream. This is about 1000 calories and can usually hold back my appetite for 4 hours or so.

    in reply to: How to increase sugar consumption? #12649
    NYC1234
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    I think honey is a good source of sugar because it is also loaded with nutrients. Blackstrap molasses is a source of sugar that is also rich in nutrients. Just add these things to the food you cook.

    If you don’t care about nutrients just add refined sugar to everything until you reach the level of sugar you want in my diet.

    • This reply was modified 9 years, 2 months ago by NYC1234.
    in reply to: What did you EAT yesterday(today)? #11529
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    Yesterday Morning
    Water with 1/4 Teaspoon Sodium Bicarbonate
    Ginseng Tea with Grassfed cultured Ghee and coconut oil
    Coffee with Coconut oil and Butter
    Snacked on kerrygold butter

    Yesterday Early Afternoon
    1.5 lbs of peeled/boiled potatoes
    medium bowl of blueberries
    2 Scoops Whey Protein

    Yesterday Late Afternoon
    Snacked on Kerry Gold Butter
    Had 3/4 pint of heavy cream before going on long 2 hour leisurely walk.

    Yesterday Evening
    2 Pints Orange juice – After going to the Gym and doing 15 minutes of resistance training
    Lemon Water – 2 Lemons worth
    1/2 Lb Precooked shrimp sauteed in Refined Coconut with a litte Olive Oil and Celtic Sea Salt added for flavoring after cooking.

    Yesterday Before Bed
    Few bowls of Whole Foods Brand of Krispy Rice with Whole Goat Milk

    Today – Morning
    Glass of water with 1/4 Teaspoon sodium bicarbonate
    Glass of Water with 1/4 Teaspoon of Celtic Sea Salt
    Ginseng Tea with TBSP of Ghee and TBSP of Coconut Oil
    Coffee with Kerrygold Butter

    Today – Noon
    Trader Joes Ribeye with chevre goat cheese melted on top

    Today – Afternoon
    1 lb of boiled/peeled potatoes
    Medium bowl of blueberries
    Snacked on Kerrygold Butter

    Today – Late Afternoon
    1 Pint of Light Cream before going on long walk
    1/2 Pint of Heavy Cream when I was out because the Light Cream didn’t kill my appetite.

    Today – Evening (Now)
    2 Lemons worth of Lemon Water

    Today – Late Evening (Future)
    Plan on finishing up my whole goat milk
    Plan on making scrambled eggs with chevre Goat Cheese melted and mixed in

    in reply to: Too much Butter #11350
    NYC1234
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    Some people think butter has too much palmitic acid in it and that can raise LDL Cholesterol sky high. Whether or not this is bad I don’t know.

    • This reply was modified 9 years, 3 months ago by NYC1234.
    in reply to: Too much Butter #11275
    NYC1234
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    Ashley, I have not been on a low fat diet for many years.

    David, one purpose of eating more butter besides the fact that it tastes so good is to control my appetite. I don’t know if controlling appetite is what you mean by “accomplish.” I have a very strong appetite that gets in the way of living my life.

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