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  • #105415
    imported_Admin
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    Eat 1 cup berries at each meal as your carb source.

    Berries are well suited to this as they have extremely high nutrient density, they are very alkaline and have an good fructose to glucose ratio as well as tons of anti oxidants.

    Here is how you do the berry diet:

    each meal

    1 good size piece of meat (palm of hand size) nothing breaded

    GREEN salad with olive oil and vinegar dressing

    1 cup berries ( 100% of your carbs should com from this)

    I dropped 10 pounds in 3 weeks doing this.

    If you want something that is extremely clear cut and will drop fat fast try this.

    Looking for brave individuals to do this and document.

    #112059
    usetheforce
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    I may be willing to try this. I have a few questions first. Do you have to do this with IF to get the results? Can I substitute other vegetables for the salad? What olive oil and vinegar dressing do you use? Can I have eggs with breakfast instead of meat? Can it be any berries? Let me know. Thanks.

    #112060
    imported_Admin
    Participant

    You do not need to do IF

    Any of these veggies are fine plus an other not starchy green

    green cabbage

    mushrooms

    cucumber

    asperigus

    zuchini

    white onion

    Bok choy

    Cauliflower

    Chard

    Artichoke

    broccoli

    cabbage

    spinich

    asperagus

    onions

    zuchini

    cauliflower

    kale

    I buy nice olive oil and good vinegar and mix it myself otherwise you may be getting trans fats. Bragg apple cider vinegar is very good for you if you like the taste, lemon is another option or any 0 carb vinegar.

    Any type of protein is fine for any meal eggs fish chicken beef all good.

    Any berry should be great especially blue berries.

    Let me know if you have any other questions

    #112061
    taifun
    Participant

    Admin wrote:


    brocolli

    brocolli

    Sooo good he named it twice.

    Sorry, couldn’t resist. Seriously though, broccolli rocks.

    #112062
    imported_Admin
    Participant

    Always trying to make sure people are actually reading my posts ;)

    #112063
    volleyball_man
    Participant

    Admit it Kevin –

    You have posters of broccoli in your house.

    😆

    #112064
    imported_Admin
    Participant
    #112065
    volleyball_man
    Participant

    OMG

    I just wet my pants.

    Ok Ok – the question is – where’d you get the posters and are they authentic “Store Wars” memorabilia? I’ll look on ebay….

    😆 😆 😆 😆

    #112066
    ucffool
    Participant

    Weird, I only see broccoli up there once… 8)

    #112067
    taifun
    Participant

    ucffool wrote:

    Weird, I only see broccoli up there once… 8)


    Very strange… just like magic!

    #112068
    Gary
    Participant

    I’m thinking of trying this out as well. How many meals would you advise eating per day on this diet?

    #112069
    imported_Admin
    Participant

    3-5 is a good range

    #112070
    NatureDoc
    Participant

    From Salad dressings for life from God’s Garden by Rhonda J Malkmus

    GARLIC

    1C cold pressed extra virgin olive oil

    3-4 med cloves garlic, peeled

    1/4 tsp sea salt (optional)

    1/3 tsp dill weed

    1/2 cup fresh lemon juice

    Blend all ingredients.

    ITALIAN

    1/2 C cold pressed extra virgin olive oil

    1/4 C fresh lemon juice

    1-2 garlic peeled

    1 tsp whole grain mustard seed (optional)

    1/2 C water

    1 green onion, chopped

    Dash cayenne (or to taste)

    Blend all ingredients. Pour into mason jar. Add 2 tsp dried italian herb mix or 1 tsp dried oregano and 1/2 tsp dried basil. Shake. Keep in fridge.

    SEA VEGETABLE

    1C cold pressed extra virgin olive oil

    1/4 tsp powdered kelp, dulse or other sea veg

    1/2 lemon, juiced

    Blend all ingredients. Add sea salt, herbs to taste.

    MINT

    1 1/2 C cold pressed extra virgin olive oil

    1/2 C Bragg apple cidar vinegar (or other raw unfiltered) or fresh lemon juice

    1 C fresh mint leaves tightly packed

    1 garlic glove

    Blend all ingredients.

    GINGER LIME

    1/4 C fresh lime juice

    1/4 C cold pressed extra virgin olive oil

    1/4 C distilled water

    1 tbsp fresh mint

    1 tbsp fresh cilantro

    1 tsp ginger root minced

    Dash cayenne (optional)

    sea salt to taste (optional)

    Blend all ingredients.

    CUCUMBER

    1 large cuke, peeled, chopped into large chunks

    2 green onions including tops

    1 tbsp fresh lemon juice

    1 tsp onion flakes

    1/2 C raw sunflower seeds, soaked overnight and drained (are these allowed on this berry plan?) Meh, sub olive oil if not.

    sea salt to taste (optional)

    Blend all ingredients. Add water if want thinner dressing.

    BLUEBERRY (recipezaar.com)

    1/2 C fresh blueberries or frozen blueberries, thawed

    1/2 C water

    1 tbsp cold pressed extra virgin olive oil

    1/2 tsp fresh lemon rind

    1/4 C lemon juice

    1/4 tsp sea salt

    1/4 tsp freshly ground black pepper.

    Blend all ingredients. Sub other berries, or combine, or get funky.

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