- August 16, 2012 at 8:29 am #88805
MickironaldMemberTopics: 23Replies: 8
I´m making a plan diet for 1 year to fight and control candia. But I will not include coconut bread maybe just when I complet 6 months I will include. So where can I get calories? I mean I will eat one peace of meat or fish per day, 4 eggs per day, 2 salads per day with 2 portion of vegetables per day, 2 advocados per day and coconut and olive oil. Is this dietr enought to follow for an entire year? Or I will be sick and thin with that thiet?August 18, 2012 at 6:30 pm #88947
FaithMemberTopics: 16Replies: 87
Well, I’ve been doing this diet since feb. I’m basically eating what u wrote, but not even that much. I have lost about 20 lbs since then. Gradually though, after the first week I lost 5 right off. I don’t eat any meat or fish, and maybe only have one Avacado per day now.
But I seemed to need MUCH more in the beginning. Now, not so much. My eyes are bigger than my stomach! 🙂
I feel good, and I was able to get off my blood pressure medicine that I’d been taking for over a year. So hey, that’s pretty good!
I don’t do coconut bread either. Just didn’t like it much. And…I’m still alive! 🙂
I think you just need to start. I had to make so many adjustments till I got here, so u just have to get going and adapt as you go.
There are lots of helpful people here to answer your questions too!
I wouldn’t put a date on it though, really…it has to be a change of life. Are you ready for that?
It will be good, it will be worth it!! ;). You can do it!
Best of success to you!
faithAugust 20, 2012 at 12:44 am #89007
DoggiemamaMemberTopics: 43Replies: 204
Coconut bread in low in carbs so not much weight gain there.. but try the other flours…like Brown rice Bran, oat bran, millet, and Teff. i have discovered i really like Teff. i found some that is ivory color and love it. very mild flavor. so if you want to gain weight or keep from losing, i recommend flours.
Personally i cant stand coconut bread..so i had ot find a flour i liked. took me 3 months and lots of loaves of bread going in the trash before i found a flour i like.
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