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Old 02-15-2013, 08:51 AM   #871
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Picked up the Perfect Health Diet book yesterday and am enjoying it! Great to have so much information put together in one place and wonderful to read the improvements that many of you are finding here.
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Picked up the Perfect Health Diet book yesterday and am enjoying it! Great to have so much information put together in one place and wonderful to read the improvements that many of you are finding here.
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Thanks Beverly and Sunday! I am surprised how close my diet was getting to this after my potato hack. Organ meats is a bit of a mystery to me but I am sure things will get clearer to me with a bit more reading.
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Thanks Beverly and Sunday! I am surprised how close my diet was getting to this after my potato hack. Organ meats is a bit of a mystery to me but I am sure things will get clearer to me with a bit more reading.
Babs, I know you probably have read me tell others this, but I think small changes are the way to go with PHD. Although, like you the tater hack is what convinced me that taters were, indeed, safe starches and then I wanted to know everything else that Jaminets had to say.

And organ meats may never be a regular health addition for me. I did order lamb liverwurst that is made from the heart, kidneys, & liver of lamb. It is not bad, because I take it like a pill. I do buy the grassfed beef liver at the hfs for so cheap it is ridiculous. I cooked it up and decided to give it to my babies. I can't get past the smell. So frozen pills of liverwurst for me right now.
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Babs, I know you probably have read me tell others this, but I think small changes are the way to go with PHD. Although, like you the tater hack is what convinced me that taters were, indeed, safe starches and then I wanted to know everything else that Jaminets had to say.

And organ meats may never be a regular health addition for me. I did order lamb liverwurst that is made from the heart, kidneys, & liver of lamb. It is not bad, because I take it like a pill. I do buy the grassfed beef liver at the hfs for so cheap it is ridiculous. I cooked it up and decided to give it to my babies. I can't get past the smell. So frozen pills of liverwurst for me right now.
Glad to hear I am not alone in the lack of organ meat consumption. I love the smell of liver cooking it is the actual taste that does me in. It is great that the organic organ meat is affordable as I might need to do a bit of experimenting to find a way that I can eat it.
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Babs, Someone wrote in on the Q & A that they actually cook it then mix it in with chili beef so that they do not even taste it. I may try that!

I like cooking it and freezing it in slivers to take as a supp. When I take it, I only taste it briefly when I swallow it like a pill. So much better.
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I bought the uniliver grass fed beef liver pills and take 7 of them a day. I figure a week's worth probably adds up to a 1/4 lb liver as prescribed by the Jaminets. Best I can do!
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Thanks for the liver reminder. I just made up a recipe for Silky chicken liver pate' from Marks Daily Apple. So delicious and I was not at all excited about liver. Definately a little bit daily kind of recipe because of the amount of butter.
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I have always loved organ meats, especially beef liver. Guess I'm just lucky.

I tried some Wild Planet Wild Sardines today (in extra virgin oliver oil with lemon). I can't believe how good they were! I've always just tolerated sardines, but ate them because they're so nutritious! With this brand, I actually love, love, love them! I just ordered 12 cans from Amazon.

I'm loving this diet! The only thing I haven't gotten behind yet is seaweed. Nori is not at all my favorite. I can tolerate it if I make sushi rolls and use a lot of soy sauce (which I don't want to do). I need to read back through to see what folks are doing about seaweed. Any quick suggestions?

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I picked up the Eden Kombu and add one to my last bone broth w/ egg shells.
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I have always loved organ meats, especially beef liver. Guess I'm just lucky.

I tried some Wild Planet Wild Sardines today (in extra virgin oliver oil with lemon). I can't believe how good they were! I've always just tolerated sardines, but ate them because they're so nutritious! With this brand, I actually love, love, love them! I just ordered 12 cans from Amazon.

I'm loving this diet! The only thing I haven't gotten behind yet is seaweed. Nori is not at all my favorite. I can tolerate it if I make sushi rolls and use a lot of soy sauce (which I don't want to do). I need to read back through to see what folks are doing about seaweed. Any quick suggestions?

There are so many new posts since I last posted, it's hard to keep up!
My mom always added kombu to her bone broth so that is what I do along with my egg shells. I put in a strip. When I strain the broth, I sometimes cut up the seaweed and eat it in the soup. I also grind the kombu in my magic bullet and put it in a salt shaker and use it like salt.
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Question: if I don't eat the liver or organ meats, what am I missing out on. Sunday, you pointed out I can get the copper with chocolate, so what micronutrients am I missing out on. I tried to search it, but not seeing the answer I am looking for.

Organ meats are much better than plant foods for compounds like phospholipids. In particular, choline (and its phospholipid form phosphatidylcholine) is important for methylation status and epigenetic functioning – an important element in cancer prevention.

I take choline supplements and eat the egg yolks and cauliflower and almonds. Is it the high levels of Vit A found in liver for the most part? I think we are only supposed to add Vit A through food, so do you think that is the main thing? Same goes for the folic acid.

Today is the first day I noticed a significant lessening of back pain and overall I just felt better.

I really like Trader Joe's canned wild salmon. I do take out the silver skin, but the bones in it are full of calcium and I like the little crunch. Today I mixed it with some yogurt and purple potates and fried it up like a giant salmon cake. It really hit the spot. And the canned wild salmon is so much cheaper than the fresh and I really like it!
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This week I added sweet potatoes and/or rice to my meals and I too slept like a baby.

I am trying to fast for 14 hours, that's all I can take at the moment. Last snack at 9PM then breakfast at 11AM.

I am typically eating 2 meals then a snack before bed.

I am putting coconut oil and HWC in my 2 coffees before breakfast.

I tried these Paleo Pancakes this morning so yummy and easy.

1 bannana - mashed with a fork
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Mix together. Pour on the griddle. Top with butter.

I had two servings of these today.

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I buy the little packets of seaweed crisps and eat a half a pack a day--SeaSnax is olive oil only and I adore the chipotle. A wee bit spendy, but I like them so much I don't mind. The large chipotle nori sheets make awesome wraps for my kippered herring wraps.
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The large chipotle nori sheets make awesome wraps for my kippered herring wraps.
I thought I was the only one who did that, heh. I call it ghetto sushi.
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I am always looking for good paleo deserts that are PHD and found a paleo almond joy cookie that I am going to try and bake today. Very simple and should be something that can be frozen for later consumption. Only question is which sweetener would you use? I love and thought about stevia and coconut sugar, but have never tried brown rice syrup that Paul suggests? He does endorse stevia, but have not read anything about coconut sugar? In the recipe she uses honey. I don't really want to use honey.

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Hope it is great to hear that you are sleeping better! You said that you have 2 coffees before breakfast? Just curious if that is the sleep culprit? I have one coffee, but don't do well with more than that. I switch to Kombucha and/or tea later. I am even going to quit the kombucha after 3 pm, so that I don't suffer again.
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Just curious if anyone has tried Crio Bru Cavalla? I tried to find it at the HFS and they told me they would be glad to order. It is like coffee & can be brewed in coffee maker, but made with cocoa beans instead. I saw it mentioned on PaleoHacks and so went looking for it.

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He does endorse stevia, but have not read anything about coconut sugar?
Coconut sugar is 90% sucrose, 5% free glucose, 5% free fructose. It's basically table sugar extracted from a different source so IMO not worth the price--mostly for those trying to avoid GMO sugar beets but the nutritional impact is the same.

Personally I prefer to budget my fructose for whole fruits so I still avoid caloric sweeteners. For baking volume I love Lakanto but don't use it a lot due to price. Powdered/confectioner erythritol would be my second choice.
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Just curious if anyone has tried Crio Bru Cavalla? I tried to find it at the HFS and they told me they would be glad to order. It is like coffee & can be brewed in coffee maker, but made with cocoa beans instead. I saw it mentioned on PaleoHacks and so went looking for it.
Sounds like a little bit of heaven. Maybe a way to nix the coffee.
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This week I added sweet potatoes and/or rice to my meals and I too slept like a baby.

I am trying to fast for 14 hours, that's all I can take at the moment. Last snack at 9PM then breakfast at 11AM.

I am typically eating 2 meals then a snack before bed.

I am putting coconut oil and HWC in my 2 coffees before breakfast.

I tried these Paleo Pancakes this morning so yummy and easy.

1 bannana - mashed with a fork
2 eggs

Mix together. Pour on the griddle. Top with butter.

I had two servings of these today.

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Those pancakes sound good. Easy too. What is a serving? The recipe? Or some portion of it? I could easily eat the whole thing and want more.
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Hope it is great to hear that you are sleeping better! You said that you have 2 coffees before breakfast? Just curious if that is the sleep culprit? I have one coffee, but don't do well with more than that. I switch to Kombucha and/or tea later. I am even going to quit the kombucha after 3 pm, so that I don't suffer again.
Could be Sunday?

I've always had two cups of java per day. Always in the morning...it's like breakfast for me, as breakfast is at 11ish these days.

Sleep has been so wonderful this week that I no longer think it is an issue. Really since I stopped JUDDD it hasn't been much of an issue
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Those pancakes sound good. Easy too. What is a serving? The recipe? Or some portion of it? I could easily eat the whole thing and want more.
I counted the whole recipe as a serving... First time I made then I went back and made another batch...oops, so yummy!

Made these for the kids this morning, thumbs were up all around!

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I bought some soup bones this morning. Beef, but not previously frozen, and these ones did not look likes noses

There is a lot of beef on the bones. It was a $4.00 package. I put in in the crockpot along with an onion, carrot and small piece of celery.

Anything else I should add? My plan is to keep on low for 18 hours. So it will be ready tomorrow night.
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You know, I even quit coffee for a long period a while back and only allowed tea and I noticed a big change in how I felt. I was thinking about doing this again for my addrenals. After reading the hormonal site about menopause and balancing hormones, I realized that my addrenals may be taxed from fasting for so long without nourishing my body. I love the idea of having the Crio Bru due to my love for chocolate. Maybe it will be my replacement for coffee until I fix the addrenal issues or at least give them a good rest.
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I made a lot of bone broth a couple of years ago after reading PHD and Kwasniewski's Optimal Diet but I didn't use a crock pot! I just tried it in a crock pot, and oh my, I have solid gelatin now that it is in the refrigerator. So much more effective--thank you all for your chats!
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I buy the little packets of seaweed crisps and eat a half a pack a day--SeaSnax is olive oil only and I adore the chipotle. A wee bit spendy, but I like them so much I don't mind. The large chipotle nori sheets make awesome wraps for my kippered herring wraps.
I do this too! I think it helps due to the potato hack being so low in minerals.
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I bought some soup bones this morning. Beef, but not previously frozen, and these ones did not look likes noses

There is a lot of beef on the bones. It was a $4.00 package. I put in in the crockpot along with an onion, carrot and small piece of celery.

Anything else I should add? My plan is to keep on low for 18 hours. So it will be ready tomorrow night.
I believe you want to add an acid. - vinegar or lemon juice.
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I believe you want to add an acid. - vinegar or lemon juice.
Hope, Seabreezes is correct, if you will add a small amount of apple cider vinegar or lemon juice, it will help your minerals leach to the broth. Also, cook on lowest temp on pot and simmer for approx. 30 hours for beef. 24 hours for chicken.

KeyTones, Wait until you make some mashed taters with a bit of broth on top. It is to die for.
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