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Old 08-10-2009, 01:26 PM   #1  
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Talking Nutritional Yeast

If you DON'T already use it... you should It tastes cheezey, it's VERY YUMMY and very versatile. You can put it on pasta, salads... anything! Best of all? 2 T is just 50 calories... 4 GRAMS OF FIBER and 8 grams of protein!!!!!

Go. Buy some. You won't regret it.

and yes I know I'm still on vacation... it's a rainy day
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It also contains B vitamins. It is good sprinkled on popcorn, on top of chili beans, etc.

My husband is odd though and he drinks it mixed with water. I do not recommend that variation.

It is generally found in bulk bins at your health food store or in the supplement aisle.
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Isn't that called...BEER??? ESPECIALLY since you're writing this while on vacation???



Hope things are going well!

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Old 08-10-2009, 01:37 PM   #4  
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Beer! lol! Yes and on popcorn! Yummo!

I'm down to 240.8 this morning. Hoping to break into the 230's this week. I'm feeling AWESOME and like I didn't even have surgery! I'd say by day 9 it was all good. The trip down kinda sucked (12 hours in a car) and I was hurting by the time we got here but it's all good.

Tons of walking, ocean swimming, beach running, playing. Good food (in moderation) and sticking to my eating plan (though gawd it's been hard in the face of everyone else eating absolute crap!) and trying to get lots of water. I can't control the sodium since I'm not cooking (and that sucks) but I'm happy. Healthy. Bought a hoodie in a ladies size XL!!!!!! No plus sizes!!!!!!!!

Heading home on Wednesday. I'll be off work until the following Monday thankfully
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You could spray the beer on the popcorn first to make the nutritional yeast stick

*shudder*
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I like to use it for mac n cheese.
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There are a couple cookbooks as well devoted to nutritional yeast,

http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Unche...tt_at_ep_dpi_2

http://www.amazon.com/Nutritional-Ye...9926746&sr=1-5
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this might sound stupid but can it cause thrush if you eat too much? I know I"m sensitive to sugar and if I ate too much, watch out!
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this might sound stupid but can it cause thrush if you eat too much? I know I"m sensitive to sugar and if I ate too much, watch out!
I don't believe so. I've heard people with Candida using nutritional yeast with no problem.
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I tried it once... I was only 5'6 then...but I rose to 5'8 hahhaha

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Old 08-10-2009, 05:27 PM   #12  
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That was a knee slapper, Tracy!


I just read up on this yeast stuff and it sounds like a good idea. Lots of benefits and no side-affects that I could find. It says that it can help lower cholesterol and that would be a plus for my sweetie. Plus, anything that taste like cheese has to be yummy!
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Tracy!

I've never heard of nutritional yeast before. Learn something new every day
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ahahahahahaaaa... you guys slay me! I buy HUGE bags of it and use it in darn near everything. LOVES it big big big time.

So we're heading home TOMORROW instead of Wednesday. It's time I'm off work until monday though thankfully
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Bought a hoodie in a ladies size XL!!!!!!
This is awesome! You must be jumping on the rooftops!!!! So how does that feel, compared to your largest clothing size? How are your shopping experiences now compared to the past? Going from morbidly obese to XL is a monumental feat...Needed more motivation to keep going and this would be it!!!!

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