Re: life extension question

From: Gina Miller (
Date: Sun Oct 08 2000 - 16:36:28 MDT

> 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
> index).

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 Industries
"Nanotechnology: Solutions for the future."

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