> I'd stay away from really starchy veggies -- unless you are having lots of
> leafy and other ones too.
Why is that? Less nutrients?
> For the record, when I practiced CR a few years ago, I generally ate a lot
> of salads. For dinner, however, I'd have steamed vegetables -- usually
> cauliflower or spinach or broccoli -- with a small serving of beans
> (lentils, black beans, etc.) and some whole grain -- _real_ wild rice
> is black and long) or steel cut oats or rye flakes (all low on the
That sounds good, steams and salads are good. Low on the glycemic
The meals were not terribly interesting, though with some spices
> they were tastey. I mainly carried on through just sheer force of will.
> knew I'd be a little hungry, but always focused on other things. I did
> for about a year.
Yeah, that's the thing. I have to switch, although I don't have a huge
considering there arn't that many low cal alternative's out there. It can
repetative, and sometimes bland. I use lemon pepper, instead of butter.
It has no calories, and I love the taste.
Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
"Nanotechnology: Solutions for the future."
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