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11-03-2006, 07:27 AM
:D I eat some pasta , veggie burger , that is why i am not 100percent ,steam vegetables :) But I feel better I dont eat red meat pork very light dairy no eggs take calcium pills
lil fairy z girl
11-03-2006, 07:48 AM
hi, are you planning to increase your intake of raw, if so that is a good thing. Why not try the 30 day challenge?
11-03-2006, 09:21 AM
:D Great job. We are around 85% raw and loving it also.
I just gave up soy pasta and it was difficult so we have something in common, it is tasty.
I think it's great that you made it to where you are, if you can go futher then it's okay but if you are comfortable where you are then that's great too.
I feel good and have noticed that my stomach which was a big problem in my life, making my skirts not fix and trying to hide it with jackets and a girdle now it's slimming down from the bottom. It looks funny because i look like an upside down vase large at the top under my rib cage and smaller toward my belly button. I'm just glad it's going away.
Also my thighs are slimming down. i've noticed stretch marks where the fat use to be, it's great seeing a new body emerging.
Hope you have a great RAW DAY!!!!!! :D :D
11-03-2006, 10:27 AM
You can subsitute the pasta with brown rice pasta. At least it doesn't have the yeast and white flour in it. I still make Sushi with Brown rice, carrots, cukes, and avocados. You can also subsitute the brown rice in the sushi with a nut cheese or broccolli/cauliflower.
11-03-2006, 11:03 AM
Has anyone tried an extremely low-glycemic diet? Pasta is one of the things I need to avoid. I think the reason my hair is all gray is because I've been addicted to sugar since I was a little girl. Grains are just the slow-release version and I'm trying for high-raw, low-glycemic. It's really hard!
11-03-2006, 11:32 AM
It seems every one here is moving in the right direction. Add more raw as you go. I went cold turkey, except for coffee. (occassional beer)
For rice I use Jicama. It works really well.
11-03-2006, 11:46 AM
Jicama? What a great idea. Do you use a ricer?
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