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#16 Postby I'm Your Man » Sun Apr 06, 2008 11:38 pm

monday 31 march - sunday 6 april


fruits: pears, apples, bananas, prunes, cranberries, pink grapefruit, olives

greens & proteins: spinach, broccoli, bok choy, peas, yams, white beans, almonds, sunflower seeds, hemp shake, soy shake, sprouts : alfalfa, mung beans, lentills

meals raw almonds-apple-cinnamon Chia, vegan chop suey, scrambled tofu sandwich with Veganaise, pasta with rosé sauce (tomatoes, soymilk, garlic and fine herbs), rice and lentills, green salads with olive oil, tofu dessert with fruit coulis.
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#17 Postby I'm Your Man » Tue Apr 08, 2008 11:29 am

still at 134lb


I've been eating a lot in the past few weeks (not so much, I maintained my weight).
Now it's finally ressembling like spring outside.
This week I'm starting to cut on food. For a 16-weeks period.
So beginning of April - end of July.
I don't even consider this as a diet to lose weight, but more focused on raw food, fruits, to try and see if I can get in the best shape of my life, and I'm gonna lose weight since I won't buy nuts or eat too much calorie dense food.

Here's some food I'm gonna eat during summer:

greens (a lot): spinach, kale, broccoli... salads...

fruits (a lot) : pineapple, grapefruit, bananas, pears... all fruits

sprouts : quinoa, buckwheat, millet...
mung beans, alfalfa, sunflower seeds...

proteins: soy, hemp, rice protein shakes.
Also some fortified beverages : soy, almonds, rice, hemp if I can find some. Adding some fruits in it.
Tofu, legumes (lentills, white/black beans, etc) with grains and greens.

Green smoothies, green tea, water...

cooked, cheats, etc : in the morning, some oatmeal, with raisins. I'll try to moderate this, and maybe some pancakes with fruits and maple syrup. Also I'm allowing me for this summer : 1 choco soy icecream, because that's one thing I must do at least once this summer, during a heat wave, eating a whole vegan icecream package while watching a movie on a hot night.
Those and some big meals with grains and legumes will be the stuff that I'll eat just one day per week to give a boost to my system.

In the last weeks I'm gonna cut some carbs and fat:
less fruits, grains, legumes, avocados, olives, olive oil, flax seeds, carrots, yams.
Keeping greens and proteins.
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#18 Postby I'm Your Man » Sun Apr 13, 2008 7:19 pm

7 - 13 April

I ate:

fruits
apples, plums, pink grapefruits...
dried kiwis
peach soy yogourt, with sliced bananas and grapes

greens
broccoli
green salads, olives, spinach, cucumbers, lettuce, alfalfa...

amaranth, oat bran
rice and lentills
hummus on pita bread stuffed with spinach, alfalfa...
pasta, oilve oil, carrots, beets, mung beans
hemp and soy protein shakes
almond, soy drinks
marinated tofu, sugarsnaps, mung beans
pasta with white beans and spinach
bbq peanuts, chilli and lime soycrisps, potato chips
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#19 Postby I'm Your Man » Sun Apr 20, 2008 8:52 pm

14 - 20 april

-hemp and soy protein shakes
-hemp, rice, soy drinks; plain, vanilla, choco, carob...
-mixed nuts and fruits (coconut, mango, papaya, peanuts, walnuts, cantaloup, pumpkin seeds)
-kiwis, apples, pink grapefruits, pears, bananas, baby bananas, dried figs, fresh dates
-oatmeal with dried cranberries, banana
-raw organic energy bars
-soy yogourts: vanilla, strawberry, apricot-guava
-caramel soypudding
-organic brown rice crisps

in salads:
-tomatoes, avocados, cabbage, olives, olive oil, spinach, lettuce, corn, black beans, marinated tofu, different sprouts (alfalfa, mung beans...)
-wonton soup
-rice, broccoli
-rice and black beans, broccoli

I bought some aloes vera pure juice, it tastes fine. I'm gonna put this in some green smoothis during summer, along with some chlorophyll concentrate, and blend this with spinach, kale, some fresh mint or persial...
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#20 Postby I'm Your Man » Mon Apr 28, 2008 8:07 am

april 21-27

This week I had:

-banana and raisins, kiwis, pears, apples, pink grapefruits
-oatmeal with banana slices, dried cranberries, vanilla almond milk
-Larabar, Cliff bar, sesame snaps,
-bread and acaï-strawberry-blackberry jam
-Gojï berries
-some hemp and soy shakes

-salad: buckwheat and clover sprouts, whole corn kernels, spinach
-organic vegetable soup
-tofu and broccoli
-pumpkin seeds with liquid amino acids
-veggieburgers (sesame, sunflower seeds, peanuts) with tomatoe, avocado, spinach, etc.
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#21 Postby I'm Your Man » Sun May 04, 2008 11:29 am

April 28 th- May 4th

This week I had:

-bananas, apples, pink grapefruits, mangos, berries, cranberries
-oatmeal, tapioca
-vanilla almond milk, chocolate hemp milk, plain soy milk
-sesame snaps, 85% chocolate, blueberry pie, potatoe chips
-buckwheat pancakes with maple syrup, jam, berries


-spicy scrambled tofu with tomatoes, onions, tabasco sauce, liquid amino acids...
-pumpkin seeds
-in salads or green smoothies: avocado, spinach, kale...
-rice, beets, broccoli
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#22 Postby I'm Your Man » Sun May 11, 2008 9:14 pm

May 5th- May 11th

Besides some fruits and greens, I ate lots of crap this week:

-coconut macaroons, soy caramel pudding, sesame snaps, 85% chocolate bar, chips

-bananas, apples, pink grapefruits, mangos, berries, cranberries, prunes
-oatmeal
-milks: rice, almond, hemp, soy, protein smoothies

-in salads : olive oil, olives, avocado, spinach, tomatoes, onions, beets, liquid amino acids
-tofu, 3-beans salad, mexican salad (beans, corn, etc)

-more stuff that I forgot
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#23 Postby I'm Your Man » Sun May 11, 2008 9:53 pm

things I forgot:

-salads made of : artichoke and palm hearts, carrot salad, sprouts
-buckwheat pancakes with blueberries

Found a good substitute to vinegar: horseraddish. It can also substitute Dijon mustard, sauerkraut.
Grate it and put it on about everything, like in veggiedogs. I like it in beets salad: only grate beets with grate horseraddish, that's it.
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#24 Postby I'm Your Man » Sun May 18, 2008 12:14 pm

May 12th- May 18th

This week I had:

-raw: green salads, fruits: sugarsnaps, olives, avocados, carrots, spinach, hot peppers, tomatoes, sprouts (alfalfa, mung beans, fenugreek, clover, etc), bananas, plums, pink grapefruits, peaches, pears, berries.

-cooked: grains, proteins: protein smoothies, yams, tofu, corn kernels and corn cream, millet, amaranth, quinoa, onions, white beans, rice, buckwheat pancakes with raspberry jam, oatmeal.
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#25 Postby I'm Your Man » Mon May 19, 2008 10:48 pm

Last time I weight myself I was at 60kg, so I lost 5kg in one or two months.
Here's some strange pics taken today, look at my left arm, so weird, appears difformed, no? Lol!
I guess it's because of the camera angle. I feel like James Woods in Videodrome with a mutant arm!

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#26 Postby I'm Your Man » Mon May 26, 2008 11:46 am

May 19th- May 25th

This week I had:

Raw: green salads, like lettuce with avocado. Tomatoes, sprouts (alfalfa, clover, etc),. Carrot salad with anice or raisins. Beet salad with horseraddish.
Fruits: bananas, apples, pears, berries, nectarines, grapes.
Tried some recipes: butternut squash soup, but changed the coconut milk for soy milk. I also adapted to raw a recipe like this one. Both with butternut squash, both were spicy and tasty.


Cooked: buckwheat, millet, tofu with Bragg's Liquid Aminos, turnip, quinoa, onions, vegetable broth soup, oatmeal with dried cherries or raisins, almond vanilla flavoured milk, nature's path morning cereals, bbq peanuts.

I still have some protein powder (hemp and soy) but not really using any. I just do fruit smoothies or green smoothies with no protein supplement, or just some soy milk powder or beverage instead of the soy protein isolate -- too much proteins, and because it's too much processed, amino acids are altered and less efficient. Better take smaller quantity but better quality -- read natural.

The weather is still pretty cold and rainy most of the days, so I still eat some warm veg. broth or tofu. But I expect to see the Raw food list getting longer and longer as summer goes by, and the Cooked foods disappear completly, soon. If I was living in California I guess it would be easier.

I ate some good stuff except for a 250gr bag of barbecue peanuts in one evening, and a 350gr of cereals in one morning!
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#27 Postby I'm Your Man » Mon Jun 02, 2008 12:28 pm

May 26th- June 1st

This week I had:

Greens: salads: spinach, olives, dried tomatoes, alfalfa and clover sprouts, baby carrots, baby spinach, zuchinni-avocado salad w/ tomatoes,
Fruits: fruit sorbet (banana, mango...), frozen banana carob diped, fruit smoothies, pistachios, macadamia nuts, fresh dates and fresh figs, pears, apricot

Cooked: bagels, croissants, oatmeal, soy drinks, baked beans, amaranth, quinoa, millet, chocolate soypudding, chili&lime soycrisps

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#28 Postby I'm Your Man » Mon Jun 09, 2008 8:36 pm

June 2nd- June 8th

This week I had:

Greens: salads: spinach, tomatoes, sugarsnaps, dried tomatoes, baby carrots, baby spinach, red pepper. Raw meatless loaf made of some of the greens mentionned above and some sprouted lentills.
Fruits: banana, mango, apricot, pear, pineapple-blueberry smoothie, fresh dates rolled in grated coconut

Cooked: Oatmeal and amaranth. Quinoa and buckwheat. Soup: vegetable broth with onions, turnip.

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Sunday morning, I ate half of an organic watermelon. Wasn't too expensive and sure was delicious so I guess I'm gonna eat some more during summer. Later I had half of a pineapple.

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This is what I call fresh flesh, red meat !

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#29 Postby Lean and Green » Mon Jun 09, 2008 11:04 pm

Guillame,

Nice clean healthy diet. An absolute pleasure to run through your journal. I will say though, staring at that ripe red watermelon and reading all the fruits you consume, it is definitely making me crave a solid piece of fruit but lucky for me I have willpower. But man those pics make it look so good!
Where do you get your protein?
http://www.VeganProteins.com

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#30 Postby Zack » Tue Jun 10, 2008 12:20 am

I'm Your Man wrote:This is what I call fresh flesh, red meat !



lol...i like that.
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