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Lymedin2010
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Just curious what others would choose. If you had to live off of just 10 foods for a Lymie diet, what would you choose?


Do you think with just those 10 you can live a "healthier" lifestyle?

1) brocolli
2) couliflower
3) spinach
4) string beans/snap peas
5) Yucca
6) Goya Coconut Milk
7) Chicken & turkey breast meat
8) Lean steaks
9) Celery
10) Parsnips


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1) lean steaks
2) sweet potatoes
3) baked chicken
4) Avocados!
5) bananas
6) oranges
7) lean pork chops
8) Brussels sprouts
9) broccoli/cauliflower
10)scrambled eggs (with spinach and cheese!)

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1) Chicken wings, hot or garlic. (I boil them first in vinegary water, then bake them.

2) Broccoli

3) Knudsen Just Pomegranate juice (1/8) with (7/8) club soda.

4) whole milk yogurt

5) fresh raspberries

6) fresh herbs

7) Brussel sprouts

8) Salmon

9) Deer, Elk or Buffalo meat

10) Eggs

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Copy & Paste:
1) Chicken
2) Almond Butter
3) Corn Tortillas
4) Spaghetti (brown rice noodles)
5) Chili by Amy's
6) Something fresh from Whole Foods
7) Bags of veggies
8) Pei Wei (gluten free sweet n sour chicken w brown rice)
9) Mayonnaise from WF
10) Energy Bars

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These are the ONLY foods I could tolerate for over 5 years when I was severely ill...they kept me alive...and although I am well now and have expanded my diet, I still eat them regularly:

1) bone broths
2) avocados
3) eggs
4) sardines
5) soaked/baked nuts
6) green apples
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In no particular order:

1) Lean Chicken
2) Lean Beef
3) Salad
4) Avocado
5) Berries
6) Yogurt
7) Seafood
8) Eggs
9) Yogurt
10)Sweet potatoes

Also: Kind bars, other fruits and veggies, ice cream, Schaar pasta, risotto, parsley, basil, garlic.

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And onion soup!

I saw Martha Stewart make it when I was channel surfing one day.

It's really easy and very satisfying!

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Don't even get me started on onion soup...
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pointermom
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Is something wrong with onion soup?

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Oh no, not at all!

I have always loved loved loved onion soup!

But since we're gluten-free, onion soup isn't in the mix, so to speak!

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Just noticed that I mentioned yogurt twice - #6 and #9.
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Almond butter
Rice/rice cake
Oatmeal
Nuts
Seeds
Cinnamon
Quinoa
Chic breasts, lean beef
Haddock,scallops,native shrimp
Eggs
Uh...oh-cant stop
Yams
Many-all veggies
Apples,blueberries,bananas,coconut

Coconut oil, olive oil,

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All Organic.

1. Avacado
2. Tart Cherries / Tart Jerry Juice
3. Chicken Breast
4. Coconut Oil
5. Lemons!
6. Kale
7. Asparagus
8. Walnuts/Pumpkin Seeds
9. 100% Organic Stevia
10. All Berries

This diet has helped me tremendously. Cayenne pepper added to my lemon water has really helped with my herxes.

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1. chocolate
2. chocolate
3. chocolate
4. chocolate
5. chocolate.
6. chocolate
7. chocolate
8. chocolate
9. chocolate
10. chocolate

[Big Grin] Oops--must have been dreaming

1. lean meat--turkey/chicken
2. fish--trout, tilapia
3. bison
4, asparagus
5. spinach
6. bananas
7. green apples
8. coconut milk or yogurt
9. berries and watermelon in season
10.other veggies--broccoli, beans, cauliflower

Hiker

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Hiker-

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