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Raw Food menu for Tuesday, 1/16/07...

Breakfast- 3 large pears

Lunch- 6 large bananas

Dinner- 1 lb mock mashed potatoes, 1 3/4 pints cherry tomatoes

I enjoyed my food today.  I'm glad to have eaten dinner earlier rather than later.

Posted on Tuesday, January 16, 2007 at 10:46PM by Registered CommenterStephen Parker | Comments5 Comments

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January 17, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterBarbara Dobard
What's your take on calorie consumption? Seems like you don't take in that many.Do you have any sort of nutritional guidelines that you follow,for instance,80/10/10 carbs,pro,fats? How long have you been a raw foodist?Thanks.All the best.
January 18, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterBrian
Barbara, my food on Tuesday, Jan. 16 did fall within the parameters of proper food combining. The fruit meals were monomeals and dinner was basically cauliflower, cashews, and tomatoes -a combination of vegetables and nuts.
January 18, 2007 | Registered CommenterStephen Parker
Brian, Every so often I'll calculate my calorie consumption on Fitday.com and it has never been problematic. I eat until I feel full and don't want any more. The more active I am the more hungry I feel. When I am involved in vigorous fitness activity I eat more.

I strive to follow Dr. Graham's 80/10/10 guidelines; somedays I'm right on it and somedays I'm way off! Recently, a friend who eats a so-called healthy cooked diet that is vegetarian except for fish wanted to compare his nutrient consumption to mine on Fitday.com. I laughed when his "healthy meal" that included salmon and steamed vegetables was actually a very high fat meal.

I started studying and transitioning to raw foods 12 years ago. I've eaten all raw since January 2003, except for a couple of "relapses" when I ate whatever I felt like eating, raw or cooked.
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