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Old 02-27-2008, 01:05 PM   #61
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So far today

beans - black eyed peas
blueberries - in the high fiber cereal & fresh
broccoli - cabbage slaw, bok choy, romaine
garlic -
oats - 2 kinds of Kashi high fiber cereal (1/2 C each)
oranges -
pumpkin -
soy - in the high fiber cereal
spinach
tea - maybe if we ever get any water delivered in this office
tomatoes
turkey -
walnuts - almond milk
yogurt


I don't know where to fit in bananas or romaine lettuce

Are any cheeses in this anywhere?

How about onion dill Ry Krisp crackers?

I think whole grain french onion pita bread would probably go in oats.
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Old 02-27-2008, 04:10 PM   #62
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I don't think bananas fit but romaine is a sub for spinach. Rye crisp is whole grain?

Do the stickies have a list from both books? And sidekicks? I'll have a look after I do my appointed rounds.


Here it is ... The superfoods list with sidekicks (from Superfoods RX by Pratt - books 1 & 2)
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Old 02-27-2008, 04:50 PM   #63
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This is much more fun than trying to keep track on my own.

So far today I've had:

Light soy milk
Low fat yogurt with raspberries & strawberries
Oats
Whole wheat bread
turkey
tomato
romaine
red pepper/tomato soup
avocado (does this count for anything??)
tea
walnuts

I think that counts as 10. Yes, this is the best way of eating ever!!!

And for dinner I'm planning to have fish, salad w/carrots and for dessert a small piece dark chocolate! So that adds 3!
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Old 02-27-2008, 05:36 PM   #64
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Susan, I printed out the list the other day. I guess I wasn't reading enough because I missed romaine in the spinach section.

Why aren't bananas counted? They are so good for us. 1 can give us all the potassium we need for a day.
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Old 02-27-2008, 05:56 PM   #65
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I find bananas pretty carbolicious and since sooo many of the superfoods have potassium in them .... my guess only. I don't recall that bananas are addressed directly in the book.
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Old 02-27-2008, 07:41 PM   #66
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Poor banana! Wonder what it ever did to get such a bad rap.

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Old 02-27-2008, 08:14 PM   #67
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I'm the odd man out at my house. Everybody loves bananas but me

I think I'm going to turn in soon and read a bit. So ...

beans - black beans in my lunch salad and peas for supper
blueberries - strawberries
broccoli -
oats - whole grain crackers
oranges- pink grapefruit juice
pumpkin
salmon
soy- non fat milk
spinach- in my lunch salad and cooked for supper
tea- green after supper
tomatoes- pink grapefruit juice
turkey
walnuts- in my lunch salad and cashews
yogurt- midmorning snack

10 today
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Old 02-27-2008, 10:30 PM   #68
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beans-
blueberries - cherries, pomegranate juice, black grapes
broccoli-yes, and asparagus too
oats-oatmeal, whole wheat crackers
oranges- two clementines
pumpkin-
salmon-yes
soy-
spinach-
tea-black
tomatoes-one cooked and one raw
turkey-
walnuts-
yogurt-yes

9 today
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Old 02-28-2008, 05:19 PM   #69
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apples -
avocado - no way! asparagus
beans -
blueberries - in the high fiber cereal & fresh
broccoli - yes and cauliflower (3 cups)
dark chocolate -
evoo - in stirfry
garlic - in my stirfry
oats - 2 kinds of Kashi high fiber cereal (1/2 C each)
onions - in stirfry
oranges -
pumpkin - carrots
soy - in the high fiber cereal
spinach - turnip greens (1 C)
tea -
tomatoes
turkey -
walnuts - almond milk
yogurt
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Old 02-28-2008, 07:36 PM   #70
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Today:
B-ww toast, pb& blueberry all fruit spread
S-small pumpkin bar at mother's meeting, it was whole wheat
L-brown rice, bok choy, garlic,onion, salmon
S-green tea
D-minestrone(full of tomatoes, garlic, onion, broccoli,chick peas, evoo)
S-apple, 1/2 pear, dark chocolate
So 10, not bad for a day that didn't start as usual. Must buy more spinach.
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beans - black in my lunch salad
blueberries - strawberries
broccoli
oats
oranges - juice
pumpkin
salmon
soy milk on my cereal
spinach - salad
tea
tomatoes- pink grapefruit juice
turkey
walnuts - in my salad
yogurt - yes

just 8 today
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Hi Lisa, we were posting at the same time!
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Old 02-29-2008, 01:54 AM   #73
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First post on 3fc! I just heard about superfoods recently want to start chirping in on this thread!

b: 1/2 c oats w/1 c chopped strawberries, 1 TB ground flax, tea and 1 TB fructose (my sweetener of choice)

s: cherries

l: 1/2 cup brown rice, steamed kale w/ parm + balsamic, 14 block terriaki tofu

s: "rice pudding" made w/ 1/4 c brown rice, 1/4 c yogurt, 1/2 mashed banana and cinnamon

d: MORE brown rice (I made a huge pot of this brown+wild rice blend today) w/ 1/2 can PC bran veg chili (soy crumbles, beans, tomatoes) on a bed of romaine...topped with some soy cheddar

a: 2 mile jog + 1 mile walk with the pup

I will probably eat a pear before I go to bed...this puts me at a whopping 16 if I count all the servings of rice + yogurt separate.
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Oooo Canelle .... can you come cook for me? Sounds delicious!

Morning folks, lunch is at Canelle's house!
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Canelle! ITA with Susan B. We'll be over. However, you'll need to be a bit more specific than "Canada"

apples -
avocado -
beans -
blueberries - in the high fiber cereal & fresh
broccoli -
dark chocolate -
evoo -
garlic -
oats - 2 kinds of Kashi high fiber cereal (1/2 C each), whole grain pita
onions -
oranges -
pumpkin -
soy - in the high fiber cereal
spinach -
tea - black decaf
tomatoes - would tomatillos fit here?
turkey -
walnuts - almond milk
yogurt -
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