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    Paleofan
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    Hello. My diet is going great and I eat 3 chicken breast per day, 2 greek yogurts, vegetables, 4 soup spoon of olive oil and some peas. The diet make me feel great but I need more calories. I´m very thin. I can´t digest eggs. So could I eat 2 or 3 tablespoon of butter to give me some extra energy? Or my calories should come from real food?

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    raster
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    Can you digest eggs if you bake them in breads, etc?

    You need to eat more food!

    I recommend eating 3-4 course meals and get into baking as much as possible. For instance the pumpkin pie muffin bread is a great snack to eat, and you can bake other breads too. Teff has great weight gain properties and you can make wraps with the bread.

    If you are worried about feeding the yeast, I would try to change this mentality and focus on feeding yourself more first. If you aren’t getting healthier, I would loosen the diet and get as much variety of food as possible. For instance, start trying out rice, nuts, fresh cheese, beans, fruit, etc. You’ve got to broaden what you eat and try to aim for meals with 1 serving of meat, grains, fruit, bread, etc.

    You can freeze your meals too, for instance get into making soups and freeze them. Make a chicken and rice soup, or chicken noodle with buckwheat noodles, and split it across 12 meals or so. Thaws up in 24 hours and great thing to other meals, the broth by itself brings nutritional benefit.

    If you can get into kefir, you can make kefir cheese, kefir bread, kefir deserts, etc. Its a pretty nutritional thing to get into your diet.

    -raster

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    Paleofan
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    Thanks raster for your great explanation as always. I don´t know if I don´t support eggs but I eat them and I have bloating. But I have bloating with all. Meat make me bloated too. I was thinking in add 4 small potatoes. I know they are high in starch but as you say is better than eat chocolate, chips and all bad things. Better eat 4 potatoes than my previous diet full of carbs and sugars. Don´t you think? Could I cure my candida even if I eat some starch like potatoes?

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    raster
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    I would try out rutabega as a potato replacement. What I do is cube up the rutabega after pealing it, and boil for 5 mins. Then pan roast it and it comes out perfect. I eat with ketchup which is minimally bad for the diet. Add some spice such as thyme, sage, rosemary, salt, etc. Comes out great. You can also do just about anything else you can do with a potato but with a rutabega…whip it, fry it, boil it, etc.

    -raster

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    eskimo_pup
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    I want to thank you for this as well, i have no appetite and because of cfs i’m not awake much so my calories are poor too.

    I have one full afternoon meal consisting of a good portion of chicken/lamb, buckwheat kasha and a portion veg.

    The rest of my meals are small portions of various salads, vegetables, egg and cress backed up by a huge buckwheat pizza dough bread which i might have 1/2 to 2/3 in a day.

    I have 1 glass kefir on average and infrequently some greek yoghurt, even less frequenly some tomatoes in my salad raw. Berries haven’t agreed with me for some reason.

    Part of my problem is i’m very sensitive to anti-fungals and prebiotics so i feel exhausted after meals.

    Recently to bulk out my calories i’m making my own mayonnaise which is primarily huge lashings of olive oil with 2 eggs and it lasts me a week or less and you have it with so much, i have it with egg and cress sandwiches, chicken, lamb, as a salad dressing.

    The high fat recipes i personally recommend are these:

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=russian+salad&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a&channel=sb&gfe_rd=cr&ei=FWrpU9DQKcrH8ge_rYHwBQ

    replace potato with rutabaga, olvier is delicious and very versatile, just makes loads and you have a very quick and nutritious sandwich filling and with the mayo it’s fattening.

    Not sure if you can have yoghurt?
    http://www.mypersianfeast.com/2013/03/persian-dips.html

    I also have fried aubergine with garlic yoghurt, insiders tip is to salt the aubergine after peeling until it sweats after a couple minutes, this way it will soften and be ready quickly!

    Wash the salt off the aubergine and shallow fry in olive oil. Now i recommended this recipe for calories because aubergines are like a sponge and will soak up a lot of the olive oil.

    Leave them to rest on some kitchen roll on a tray to soak up the excess oil as they can get very soggy.

    Blend a couple cloves garlic to taste with low sugar probiotic yoghurt and have it with bread. I have it with my buckwheat pizza dough bread which again has a lot of olive oil in it.

    Give me a shout if you want all the recipes i mentioned. I’m going to make more of an effort too thanks guys!

    Also very cook and easy is baba ganoush, just stick holes through an aubergine with a skewer and put it under the grill or in a barbeque, the skin with burn smoking the aubergine fresh instead and giving it that distinctive smokey taste. Cut in half and scoop out the flesh with a spoon, thicken using a tahini substitute. Plenty recipes on line.

    I also have a recipe for lamb kebabs/burgers and the mince is quite fattening as far as i can tell.

    Oh also chicken soup and bone broths i think, at least there’s a lot of oil in mine when i make them, they even go gelantinous when cooled.

    Good luck.

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