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So I've tried several things with my diet before. There is some things that I've essentially entirely cut out for a long while now.

I haven't consooomed sugar in about a couple years now and I abandoned corn syrup years ago. Also, I've cut back on alcohol.

A few years ago I tried a Mediterranean type diet, which is rather simple. Although it was a step up from my "anything organic" diet, it wasn't exactly tuned to my needs. Eventually, I went to see a natural doctor and she put me on a speciallzed diet after running some blood tests. I had a yeast over growth in my stomach, so for the next six weeks I ate no sugar (not even honey) and no white flours and no brewers yeast. It was amazing. The self control I gained from that felt awesome. I became content with what I had to eat and eventually got really creative with it.

Eventually, that diet ended and I stayed pretty consistent avoiding sugar and keeping a good meal rotation going. Now I'm on a slightly more strict and targeted diet, just to clean up whatever else may be going on in my body. When I got my testing done there were several random things that didn't settle well in my stomach, so I simply can't eat those things for six weeks. Unfortunately, many of those things are spices that I usually cook with. I'm on week two.

Lately, I've been trying to up my protein intake. I aim for 60 grams of protein per meal but I usually fall short of that. I eat a lot of meat and I am happy with that. In the morning especially I try to get a high protein/fat meal in and 0 to little sugar (maybe a fruit or something). That almost always gives me a lot of energy.

If one slows down and listens to what their stomach truly needs, I believe they will wind up having more well-rounded meals. A salad to balance out the steak. Cucumbers to balance out the potatoes. Everything must be in order.

Ultimately, my take on food is almost anything can taste great as long as a great chef cooks it.

55 days ago
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So I've tried several things with my diet before. There is some things that I've essentially entirely cut out for a long while now.

I haven't consooomed sugar in about a couple years now and I abandoned corn syrup years ago. Also, I've cut back on alcohol.

A few years ago I tried a Mediterranean type diet, which is rather simple. Although it was a step up from my "anything organic" diet, it wasn't exactly tuned to my needs. Eventually, I went to see a natural doctor and she put me on a speciallzed diet after running some blood tests. I had a yeast over growth in my stomach, so for the next six weeks I ate no sugar (not even honey) and no white flours and no brewers yeast. It was amazing. The self control I gained from that felt awesome. I became content with what I had to eat and eventually got really creative with it.

Eventually, that diet ended and I stayed pretty consistent avoiding sugar and keeping a good meal rotation going. Now I'm on a slightly more strict and targeted diet, just to clean up whatever else may be going on in my body. When I got my testing done there were several random things that didn't settle well in my stomach, so I simply can't eat those things for six weeks. Unfortunately, many of those things are spices that I usually cook with. I'm on week two.

Lately, I've been trying to up my protein intake. I aim for 60 grams of protein per meal but I usually fall short of that. I eat a lot of meat and I am happy with that.

If one slows down and listens to what their stomach truly needs, I believe they will wind up having more well-rounded meals. A salad to balance out the steak. Cucumbers to balance out the potatoes. Everything must be in order.

Ultimately, my take on food is almost anything can taste great as long as a great chef cooks it.

55 days ago
1 score