I'm on the "kinda" GI diet

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moesmom

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Posted: 01 Dec 2011, 19:49
I'm going to a chiropractor that has his own diet plan.it's basicly the GI..mostly veggies, none that grow below ground. 6-8 ozs. of lean protein and no sugars. He does sell a "pure protein" line of food supplements, which I don't start on until week 2. We'll see how it goes.
moesmom

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Posted: 04 Dec 2011, 21:27
No..not Paleo...never heard of that. I just do veggies and protein...with vitamin supplements



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