« on: December 01, 2011, 05:59:17 AM »
can't find on Amazon, can we have a link please?
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Messages - rentawitch
« on: December 01, 2011, 03:09:58 AM »
I know various recipes which are not truly paleo. One is the bird stuffed with potato and onion. Another suggests browning the skin with olive oil of all things when a goose is the fattiest of birds in its own right.
Would anyone like to share their recipes. I have a wonderful, truly free-range goose on order from a splendid local country butcher and have even been invited out to the farm to see them in situ
« on: November 21, 2011, 07:33:17 AM »
do NOT beat yourself up! It happens. Remember how shit you felt and pick yourself up and start again.
Think of it one day at a time if you want. Today I will not cheat... just make sure you have paleo stuff around you!.
Cheap mince - ie the fattier kind - will fill you up and do you good
Tinned Salmon, avocado, egg plain omelette, steak, onions, mushrooms,
herbal tea - glass of red wine
nothing until dinner time. two pork chops, fried up with sliced carrots, mushrooms
bad girl chocolate samples at choc fair... all dark chocolate
minced beef fried with dripping, mushrooms and onions.
lunch tinned salmon, avocado and macadamia nuts
Black coffee and herbal tea.
Forgot to weigh myself at weekend! doh!
Well I have started again after major backsliding.
Yesterday 16 November
One avocado, one tin Salmon, about 4 ozs corned beef, lime juice in hot water and herbal tea, macadamia nuts
Bad - can of diet coke
Today 17th November
Peppermint tea, 5 slices of pork, macadamia nuts,
« on: November 08, 2011, 02:04:19 AM »
I like very rare beef (blue) but I don't like cold food. I am pretty sure I could not eat raw chicken or pork.
How could I try raw but warm? Is it possible? (and apart from killing it and eating it before it gets cold)
« on: October 11, 2011, 03:31:10 AM »
Basically, saturated fats are found in animal products and processed foods, such as meats, dairy products, chips, and pastries. They are not heart healthy since they are most known for raising LDL cholesterol or simply the "bad cholesterol". That is the reason why Denmark levies first-ever saturated fat tax. All fats in food in Denmark will be taxed in an effort to lower consumption. The Danish tax system will be the first real-world test of taxing a particular food element as a way to reduce or change consumption toward “healthier” options. Some call this an ineffective effort, but only time can tell. I definitely support this tax because this is one intervention of health promotion and wellness maintenance.You're not one of our are you? Wrong place for these comments.
PS you were great in Gentlemen prefer blondes
« on: October 04, 2011, 10:08:35 AM »
« on: September 14, 2011, 01:35:39 AM »
good news Did he say why they had done it? Might think they are serving those with wheat allergies for instance.
Rentawitch, how long did you do it? I hear that the adjustment period can be quite long. My hair is pretty straight too, but I'm still tempted to try it. I'm just too lazy! And I have two little kids, so being able to cut down on my routine would definately be plus. Also, the chemicals... ick!
I could only stick it a week. The water only didn't work and it looked plastered down and dirty. I think they thought it was a bit much at work although noone said anything. I would do it if I had a short cut but mine is half way down my back and I wear it loose.