My current diet

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Re: My current diet

Postby RRM » Tue 24 Dec 2013 13:25

Mr. PC wrote:-how 'bad' is the cooked cholesterol from a friend egg in which the yolk is still soft (and not even reallly that hot)
Not that bad.
If it is still soft, it has not reached cooking temp.
Though what effect it will have on your cholesterol metabolism is individually extremely different.
-There is suppose to be some gluten contamination in both buckwheat and oatmeal, but I don't know how ignificant this is, or whether it's only a problem for allegies / celiacs etc.
That's really only a problem for intolerancies, indeed.
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Re: My current diet

Postby Mr. PC » Wed 09 Apr 2014 09:10

So I've ditched the egg-white anyhow. I just felt I was getting too much protein. Now I'm eating

8 eggyolks
250 grams Mackeral
250 grams buckwheat (about).
Oranges (maybe 4)
Apples (maybe 3)
Dried fruit
Ikra (this russian stuff made from crushed vegetables)
Olive oil
Vitamin A (I happened to be low, and a friend had some she didn't use).
Bananas

It's a good combination of cheap, convenient, and healthy for me. I feel a lot better getting lots of mackerel especially, and it's quite cheap here.
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Re: My current diet

Postby Aytundra » Sat 12 Apr 2014 21:44

Vitamin A supplements, but you have oranges, is that not enough vitamin A?
Bananas, how much now after Mackeral?
Mackeral that gives you B12 and B6.
Mr.PC wrote:It's a good combination of cheap, convenient, and healthy for me. I feel a lot better getting lots of mackerel especially, and it's quite cheap here.
Envious, I might copy your diet.

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