! I Want to Lose 30 lbs by Diet Lifestyle Change (and continue to lose weight by exercise and sports). Here are the Vegetables and Fruits I'm Going to Consume More of.

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    Jan 09, 2014 3:44 AM GMT
    I'm Blood Type: O - Genotype: Hunter

    I'm 52 (in April) 5'9" Potassium - Deficient

    SO, I think I'm going to try to drink 12 oz of vegetables-fruits, per week.

    I get enough beets.

    Sometimes I eat Adzuki beans.

    I eat Black beans and black eye peas.

    Ideas for blended vegetables and fruits (mix any combination):

    Vegetables
    1. Kale
    2. Romaine Lettuce
    3. Swiss Chard
    4. Broccoli
    5. Parsnip
    6. Turnip
    7. Yellow Squash (makes the whites of my eyes so white)
    8. Chicory
    9. Ginger
    10. Maitake Mushroom
    11. Onion
    12. Kelp
    13. Cilantro
    14. Garlic
    15. Pumpkin Pie

    Fruits
    1. Pear
    2. Peach
    3. Pineapple
    4. Banana
    5. Blueberry
    6. Lemon
    7. Mango
    8. Guava
    9. Sweet Potato Pie
    10. Grapefruit

    And I want to buy Plant Sterols pills.

    Do you think this dietary lifestyle change will pull weight off of me?

    (I have an exercise program. But I think not getting 25 -125 grams of protein per day is also part of the problem.)

    I look forward to your comments.

    Blender (Nutri-Bullet, Ninja, Vegemix) Recipes

    Kale & Romaine Lettuce?

    Kale & Pineapple?

    Romaine Lettuce & Pear?

    Kale & Pear?

    Pear & Pineapple?

    Parsnip, Broccoli, & Swiss Chard?

    Kale, Romaine Lettuce, Swiss Chard & Broccoli?

    Cilantro, Romaine Lettuce, Lemon?

    Turnip, Parsnip, Swiss Chard, Cilantro, Maitake mushroom, Lemon?

    Blueberry & Yellow Squash (for my eyes)?

    http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1389238621/
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    Jan 10, 2014 3:36 AM GMT
    What? This guy says he wants to eat 2 pounds of leafy greens per day?

    http://youtu.be/m7Isoqe44u4
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    Jan 10, 2014 4:02 AM GMT
    Here's a response I got to my post:

    Welcome BloodO_GenoHunter!

    I'm all for green veggie drinks, even 16 oz weekly.

    Three vegetables that I miss in your veggie list:
    a) Celery stalks - I'd say vital, have some in your juice every time, and in your stews/soups.
    b) Parsley, in addition to cilantro.
    c) Zucchini (unpeeled).

    Banana is considered excellent for adding potassium, it just should be consumed away from other foods, because it is digested so fast, and together with other foods it causes fermentation in the stomach.
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    Jan 10, 2014 4:22 AM GMT
    StephenOABC saidHere's a response I got to my post:

    Welcome BloodO_GenoHunter!

    I'm all for green veggie drinks, even 16 oz weekly.

    Three vegetables that I miss in your veggie list:
    a) Celery stalks - I'd say vital, have some in your juice every time, and in your stews/soups.
    b) Parsley, in addition to cilantro.
    c) Zucchini (unpeeled).

    Banana is considered excellent for adding potassium, it just should be consumed away from other foods, because it is digested so fast, and together with other foods it causes fermentation in the stomach.


    Hi,

    Celery is neutral for me. I was at Dr. D'Adamo's clinic in 2006. I got a binder.

    Zucchini is neutral.
    Parsley and bananas are beneficials for me.
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    Jan 10, 2014 4:31 AM GMT
    A response from someone else:

    As long as you follow somewhat the portion sizes and frequencies outlined in the books (Eat Right for Your Type, Live Right for Your Type and the Genotype Diet) and get the recommended exercises, you should be able to get pretty healthy... As the body gets healthy, it will regulate the weight as needed.

    12 oz. of juiced vegetables per week doesn't sound excessive... According to the Beverages recommendation, Hunters are recommended 2-4 servings of 6-8 ounces per day. Not all of this needs to be juices, but it won't hurt to have some of it be. It takes quite a bit of vegetable or fruit to make 6 to 8 ounces of juice...

    Hunters are also recommended to get 4 to 5 cups of vegetables and 3 cups of fruit per day, so juicing(using the whole component) is a way to get these in easier.



    My response:

    Thank you.

    So, I'm admitting I often go more than a month without eating 1/2 pound of Romaine Lettuce and Kale.

    So, I'm not that healthy by my higher standards and I must be more acidic than alkaline.
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    Jan 10, 2014 4:33 AM GMT
    One of the people responding voted in my poll and selected the pineapple and pear recipe.