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    There are also sprouted wheat tortillas that many can eat. I can't because I have celiacs but most can eat them with no problem. They are a brand called Ezekiel. I've only seen the sprouted corn tortillas in a health food store but the sprouted rice and sprouted wheat tortillas are found at most grocery stores.
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    I'm curious about those of you with sensitivities to fish. Does wild caught salmon affect you the same as farmed? I know I can react differently to some foods depending how they are produced.

    My sensitivities are:

    gluten
    soy
    black pepper, but I'm fine with other nightshades
    coconut products ( I can eat a small amount of coconut oil or flour, but not every day. Even homemade coconut milk makes me gain)
    nuts of any kind (again, I can have a few nuts, but not quantity and not every day)
    I eat corn, and only non-gmo, with caution. I'm fine with some polenta or a tortilla, but a big quantity of popcorn or a bunch of tortilla chips tend to cause joint pain. It's not really a staple of my diet so it's not really on my avoid list, but I do notice some issues if I've eaten a lot of it in short period of time.
    apples - not a weight sensitivity, they just make me so sick and shaky (blood sugar probably) that I avoid them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grammy1952 View Post
    Maxi, have you ever tried sprouted brown rice?
    The restaurant chain True Food Kitchen serves sprouted brown rice with their curry. That's the first place I ever tried it. It's good.

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    I'm pretty sure the salmon I reacted to was wild caught, but not positive. I just haven't tried it again, since it was not a favorite food anyway.

    Even Walmart sells sprouted brown basmati rice now. Times have changed.

    I have noticed that I'm bothered by any corn product. It can be as small an amount as a cornstarch filler in a supplement or medication. I was able to connect a accumulative reaction that culminated in a case of extreme hives to the maize starch filler in my Armour Thyroid tablet. I had to change brands. Xanthan gum (which is in just about everything processed anymore) is also a reaction trigger for me, as well as citric acid, white vinegar and vitamin C (ascorbic acid) as those are all produced from corn. The reaction is both a huge gain and also nearly instant constipation. My theory about that is that my poor body is trying to hoard water from any source possible to dilute the irritant and deal with the inflammation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmmrr View Post
    I'm curious about those of you with sensitivities to fish. Does wild caught salmon affect you the same as farmed? I know I can react differently to some foods depending how they are produced.
    I love salmon, but get immediate pain and water retention the next day after eating all types, canned, farm-raised, wild caught, smoked, red, pink, sockeye - ALL OF IT. I once did an experiment on a Saturday where I had nothing but tea for breakfast, salmon patties (from canned pink salmon) for lunch. Two hours later after taking a nap, I woke up with the most excruciating charleyhorse-like joint pain in both hands and both feet, and could not even stand up. I had never felt such horrible constricting pain in my life. This continued for about 15 minutes, then mysteriously disappeared as quickly as it showed up.

    The only times it occurred again, was when I had eaten a large bowl of skin-on home fry russet potatoes, and another time a couple of pieces of spicy cayenne/paprika loaded chicken. That's when I discovered I have a serious nightshade sensitivity as well.

    I can eat red-skinned or yukon gold potatoes sometimes with no problems. Fortunately, I've never been much of a potato lover anyway. Once a year when I visit my mom's house, I'll have her breakfast home fries made from yukon gold potatoes, and can eat a whole plateful if I want with no reaction whatsoever.

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    Lyn-Genet Recitas (The Plan and the new The Metabolism Plan) lists salmon as one of the highest reaction foods. I can eat it fine myself, but many sure can't. Her new book is better than the first one in my opinion because it gives more detail and also tests exercise. She also gives a rest day every other day during the tests now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grammy1952 View Post
    You might check out Lyn-Genet's new book, The Metabolism Plan, Leez. It's changed up a little and she has you make every other day a friendly day. I think that would work better than testing something every day. She has added testing certain exercises. LOL
    I have just started this book, and I have to say it's very interesting. I can relate with her whole first chapter, and just starting the second chapter. It sure describes so many people I know. Many times I ate burger and fries and didn't gain, but gained from what we call healthy foods, lol.

    I am most likely going to do this after, and see how I do. I like Haylie Pomroy's FMD, and THM and now reading this can see a lot of similar things. Mostly with THM and Lyn-genet.
    Thanks for posting about it grammy I think it's a must read for most people who have a lot of trouble with any foods and weight gain.

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    I don't know that I have it in me to do THE PLAN again. It seems to take a bad turn a week or two in every time, and I end up with no progress or worse, a gain. But I'll "take it under advisement" for the future. Although I have done just the cleanse part and felt like that at least stopped the creep for a while.

    Its not that the food isn't good or enough. It definitely is. Its the regimentation of the set menus plus the weird water timing requirements. It has you always watching the clock and eating things you might not particularly want at the "right" time. After a week or two, I'm over it.
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    I think so too! It really makes a lot of sense. I think the new method of testing every other day is really going to be helpful. I'm going to try it when I get home from AZ. I've had quite a bit of pain in my thumbs again and I want to track down the culprit.
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    FOOD DETECTIVES in the House!!!

    Leez ,Grammy , and anyone else who wants to chime in - does it sometimes seem you you like we're all fighting with our food issues the same way as those who have to fight other addictions???


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    No, I don't feel that way really. There's nothing I'm really addicted to. Not even coffee. I could give it up if I wanted to. I did for 3 years then realized I felt better having it.LOL It's more that NORMAL food can cause obesity. Some of us have something broken and we're always tinkering to try to fix it. LOL I don't really feel stressed about the tinkering. It's more like a puzzle. LOL
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    I don't really look at it as an addiction fight either. It's just this huge mystery that you think you have an answer to, and then you find you don't, and it's probably something else. A never-ending quest maybe. When I look at how my body works now and compare to the time when I was dieting all the time, things are way better now. And I'm dealing with a 2 pound gain over a year instead of a 40 pound one.

    My latest bunny trail is logging my macros and calories for a few days just to see where I am. What I'm finding is that I very seldom get up to 2000 calories unless I have an extra meal in the day from my normal 3 + 1snack. Fats between 35% and 50% depending on if I'm doing more S's or more E's. So that's interesting, because I was thinking I was probably over-eating. I could be undereating. Which is what got me fat in the first place.
    At goal since 2015. \(ᵔᴥᵔ)/ Total HCG loss: 77# [5'5" 210-133] Maintenance strategies overview
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    My recent HCG round was with DietDoc. Our site owner has generously arranged for me to earn a small fee if you use my DietDoc or Nu Image Medical link to order your Hcg and supplies. (All HDI site discounts and coupons apply.) A full review of my experience and how the round progressed: my Diet Doc review and my Hcg coaching blog here

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