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In my little series on how to replace nightshades, I have left the hardest for last. Tomatoes perform a variety of roles in cooking. Raw, they provide a nice firm texture and a fresh, tart flavor.
Let me just state that a few ingredients were left off the list when they got redundant….including basic spices (garlic powder etc…), Coconut Milk, Almond Meal, Coconut Flour and other typical paleo type pantry items. Just make sure your kitchen is stocked with the basic paleo necessities and you will be fine…and if you don’t have something specific or can’t find it in the store, don’t fret….just do like I do and substitute it or work with what you have….:) And always have plenty of onions, garlic, chicken stock, eggs and coconut oil on hand!! I always leave one or 2 days a week designated for leftovers. I hate to waste food, so on your leftover day make a nice salad to go with your meal….always be stocked up on lettuce too!
Have you noticed a congested feeling in your head after having the Paleo-friendly, occasional glass of red wine? That similar to what you might feel if you consumed dairy products? It could be the histamines!
Assuming that all of you did your homework from the last installment of the Intermittent Thoughts , you should by know know the general direction into which you want to be heading. The first thing we are going to do today, is to revise these meta-goals. As I promised, I am going to try to tackle this in an as concrete, yet non-prescriptive manner as possible. So let's say you are "chubby" and want to "get lean" (please bare with me, even if that is not you, I will address gaining muscle and increasing performance in the next installments ) Let me ask you a few questions, then. What is "chubby" and how would you define "lean"?
Do you want to eat real food (as much as you like) and improve your health and weight? It may sound too good to be true, but LCHF (Low Carb, High Fat) is a method that has been used for 150 years. Now, modern science backs it up with proof that it works. There is no weighing your food, no counting, no bizarre “meal replacements,” no pills.
This study was published in Critical Care Medicine 2001 Aug;29(8):1563-8 Study title and authors: Relationship of hypolipidemia to cytokine concentrations and outcomes in critically ill surgical patients. Gordon BR, Parker TS, Levine DM, Saal SD, Wang JC, Sloan BJ, Barie PS, Rubin AL. Rogosin Institute, 505 East 70th Street, New York, NY 10021, USA. firstname.lastname@example.org This study can be accessed at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11505128 The objective of the study was to determine the relationship of cholesterol levels with clinical outcomes in critically ill surgical patients.