Peter Percival <***@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Vicky Ayech wrote:
>> On Sun, 05 Aug 2018 15:56:07 GMT, Mike <***@ntlworld.com>
>>> Peter Percival <***@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Peter Percival wrote:
>>>>> Has anyone here tried the SANE diet and if so do they have an opinion
>>>>> they'd like to share?
>>>>> One reason I'm interested is that the man who used to be my GP has
>>>>> recommended it:
>>>> Oops! Sorry, wrong newsgroup.
>>> Not necces celery wrong; almost anything is of interest to somerat or
>>> other, and furthermore, ignorance of a subject is only the start of the
>>> learning curve!
>> The link did not explain the diet., I googled and it seems to be this
>> SANE Diet
>> The diabetic diet is a SANE diet, and the foods you’ll eat on this
>> plan are delicious and filling. And they will regulate your blood
>> sugar levels.
>> The basic SANE food groups are non-starchy vegetables, nutrient-dense
>> proteins, whole food fats, and low-fructose fruits.
>> Fill half your plate with non-starchy vegetables, a third of your
>> plate with nutrient-dense proteins, and the rest of your plate with
>> whole food fats. Try to eat those three food groups together at each
>> meal, as they fill you up fast and keep you full longer. This prevents
>> you from overeating. Plus, the non-starchy vegetables ensure slow
>> glucose absorption, keeping your blood sugar levels stable.
>> You can also enjoy 0-3 servings of low-fructose fruits per day.
>> Here’s a sampling of the foods you can enjoy in each group:
>> NON-STARCHY VEGETABLES:
>> 10+ servings per day
>> Bell pepper
>> NUTRIENT-DENSE PROTEIN
>> 3-5 servings per day (30-50 grams per meal)
>> Egg whites
>> Cottage cheese
>> Grass-fed beef
>> Nonfat Greek yogurt
>> Whole-Food Fats
>> 3-5 servings per day
>> Flax seeds
>> LOW-FRUCTOSE FRUITS
>> 0-3 servings per day
>> Acai berries
> The next item puzzled me. How many people eat three lemons per day?! I
> did once know a chap who ate one - for his lunch he would eat a bag of
> chips and eat a lemon with them to counteract their greasiness, and (I
> kid you not) he would eat a teaspoon full of salt with the lemon to
> counteract its sourness.
There was an old woman who swallowed a fly....