David Barr wrote:
This is interesting... Please bear in mind that being from Canada we do not have most of the items below (except frozen vegetables and harbor seal).
What do all you experts think of the following foods? Share any likes/dislikes. Any information you have on the food, brands or types you like, better choices, etc.
1) Apples Make my mouth itch when I eat them (no kidding).
Not mine; what's up with you, Dave? Also, nifty study from Brazil a while back showing 3-a-day with no other changes = fat loss.
Love them with other berries in oatmeal; high in lignins
Higher glycemic index; everybody thinks they're a cure for muscle cramps.
I try to keep my PB away from sugars, like with some low-carb, high fiber bread as a treat; tasty with a vanilla protein shake.
Top round steak is lean beef; I like it in strips along with chicken stips in fajitas, salads, etc. - despite my growing paranoia over mad cow disease here in the midwest.
Dude, LUCKY CHARMS
Here too. I think the next time I cut kcal for a secific reason/ date, I'm eating three bowls of this super filling stuff per day.
Buy a bag and make it disappear by the end of the week as a start into eating more veggies. As good as fresh when compared to canned.
Hate green (taste) but love other colors. Load of vit. C.
Still, condiments should not become a crutch as one moves toward learning to like fresh whole foods.
Anything else you want to add be my guest
16) Harbour Seal: Deserves the English spelling, because it is so rich and tender.
17) ORANGE JUICE: Great for Calories. "Florida's Natural" makes me feel like I'm drinking from an orange (and not because it contains hallucinogens)! I'm sure there's other good stuff in there too.