Three day fruit Diet
One of the most common questions I get about is, “What do I eat?”
While the answer to “What should I eat?” will be different for each person, this is how I do it. This is what works for me – an example, not a prescription.
There’s a lot of freedom in the container of sugar abstinence, many different ways to eat: vegetarian, vegan, low-carb, raw foods, paleo (a hunter-gatherer diet), high protein, clean eating (whole, unprocessed foods.) I prescribe to the philosophy that there is no one diet that works best for everyone, what is called integrative nutrition. Rather, each person needs to find the foods that work for his or her body.
How do you do this?
You eat something, note how it makes you feel, and adjust. You find the foods that love you back. (A food diary is a fantastic tool for this process, as you can observe yourself and make the connections between your health/mood and food choices.)
You gently release or moderately eat even “healthy” foods like bananas or whole wheat pasta if they make you feel terrible. The trick is making peace with those choices – and not creating fodder for the mind to feel deprived.
I’m constantly experimenting, fine tuning, and listening. So while I can share what I eat today it is exactly that – what I am eating today.
About 60% of my diet consists of vegetables, as organic, whole, unprocessed and local as I can get. My intake of veggies includes land veggies and root vegetables (winter squashes, yams, carrots, and red potatoes, for example.)
To each meal, I add fat (olive oil, butter, flaxseed oil, avocados, etc.) and protein: nuts, meat, legumes (black beans, chickpeas, pinto beans, etc.) or dairy – mainly plain yogurt, kefir and hard cheeses. I struggled for years with eating meat, because I felt sad killing an animal so that I could thrive. I also felt guilty and felt like I “should” be a vegetarian. And yet as someone with low blood sugar, I feel much, much better eating dense animal protein and fats. It’s one of life’s sad limits I’ve accepted.
I try to minimize my intake of grains as I feel pretty awful on most grains and find them addictive. I eat some low sugar fruits, but sparingly – mostly apples and berries. Too much fruit whacks out my body chemistry. Treat foods are homemade popcorn, unsweetened carob chips with almonds, and corn tortillas.
I know that eating this way may seem like a shock if you’re used to eating differently. I understand; it’s taken me over 2o years to get to this point. I was a typical junk food eater in my teens and early twenties – sodas, then diet sodas, lots of fast food and restaurant food, candy, sweets, ice cream and sugar, lots of processed food and processed carbs (potato chips, crackers, white flour, etc.); bagels and fat free (and sugar laden) yogurt for breakfast.
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Take, three meals a day of juicy fruit, such as grapes, oranges, apples, pineapples, mangoes, pears, and papayas at five-hourly intervals. Thereafter adopt a well-balanced diet of natural foods consisting of seeds, nuts, grains, fruits, and vegetables. Further short periods of an all-fruit diet may be necessary at monthly intervals until the skin condition improves.
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I have totally cut out (completely) the following: wheat products, all simple sugars including fruit, juices, syrups, and refined sweeteners. No processed foods, alcohol, artificial anything, no dairy. Lemons and tomatoes are ok. Switch to vegetables (the rawer the better) and raw garlic
Good diet2009-08-06 11:13:00 by txgurl
I did this diet and lost 65 lbs and felt I wasnt hungry and made it. I am like you though, I yo-yo and I havent figured out the mind set thing to prevent the regain. However, this diet is 3 starches, 3 veggies, 1 fruit, 1 dairy every meal for 5 days. Then, 2 starches, 2 fruits for ONE day for all three meals. Then on the 7TH day add 3 protiens to your dinner meal.
----------Starches:(one serving) 1/3 cup of rice or beans / 1/2 cup pasta or other grains, 1 slice of bread, 2 sm corn torillas, 1 flour torilla, 1 cup cereal, cold or hot (no sugared- stuff like Grapenuts etc
Diet and exercise2006-10-28 19:40:59 by -
I managed to lose 40 pounds in three months this way, but it took some work.
I started with an exercise regime. I got a pedometer and walked 10,000 steps a day (or as many as possible - making up the difference on weekends). I added two sessions of weight lifting and two sessions of cardio per week. I did mine at home, but a gym would be easier.
Then diet - I cut out junk food, but let myself have an occasional treat. Then I loaded up with veggies and fruit and whole grains. I also had a bit of protein at each meal, but I really piled on the veggies.
The hardest was the beginning
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