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Date: 7/21/12 10:38 AM

Just picked up the library book, another attempt to get the veggies into H. I like the fact they don't cut all carbs, whole wheat is fine.
Mindset change and mindless eating are hard at retirement age--especially looking for more energy, as there are also a lot of meds which tire him.

I pretty much cook like this now, think the hardest change is making a bigger lunch, as we tend to grab what's around fast.
What was your biggest hurdle and favorite new recipes?

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Date: 7/22/12 8:15 AM


What's your go-to snack for the mid-afternoon?
I'm trying home-made humuus.
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Date: 7/25/12 9:31 AM

OK, more veggies, delicate subject, how do you determine those which
give more gas bloat and solutions??
The weight is less but the stomach uncomfortable--I know beans, which there a lot of...!

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Date: 7/25/12 9:34 AM

I know that there are two products out..gasX and Beeno...never tried them though..
Hopefully loti will see your post...She has lost some weight on this and I've signed up but haven't started yet...will do soon, now that I'm on vacation and can revamp my cupboards and fridge.

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Date: 7/25/12 12:27 PM

Epazote is supposed to help. I found it when making my shopping list for Penzey's Spices. You'll want to check Penzey's also, everything is fresh and premium quality. Their salt free blends are amazing.

PM me your address and I'll send some spice samples.

Solutions

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