Help! What can I eat?

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Posted: 26 Apr 2013, 10:33
So I went to the doctor yesterday and he put me on a new diet to see if it will help some of my issues that I have been having.

I am not allowed to have:
*All milk products
*All processed foods
*All diet products
*Whole grain breads & cereals
*Nothing with seeds

SO....what am I allowed to eat???? Shock
My favorite animal is steak.
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Posted: 26 Apr 2013, 11:15
Vegetables and meat?
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Posted: 26 Apr 2013, 11:21
PBmama wrote:
So I went to the doctor yesterday and he put me on a new diet to see if it will help some of my issues that I have been having.

I am not allowed to have:
*All milk products
*All processed foods
*All diet products
*Whole grain breads & cereals
*Nothing with seeds

SO....what am I allowed to eat???? Shock

Almond milk, soy milk, soy-based products, rice, potatoes, sweet potatoes, anything made with cassava flour, fresh fruits and vegetables (with the seeds removed of course), any meats.

They have a lot of rice-based products on the market now that they market to people who are on a gluten free diet. I would definetely check that out.

I'm not entirely sure what constitutes "processed" and not processed. I would get specific recommendations from your physician.
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Posted: 26 Apr 2013, 13:03
Meat, fish, poultry, eggs, vegetables, fruit, and saturated fat. Cook everything in butter.

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Posted: 26 Apr 2013, 20:15
Beans and legumes, lots of veggies and fruit, meat and seafood. Butter is a milk product. Coconut oil is great for cooking.

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Posted: 26 Apr 2013, 20:32
There's TONS to eat! Smile Meats, seafood, rices, veggies, seedless fruits (oranges, grapes, bananas, pears). Breakfast might be eggs, bacon & bananas. Lunch could be a salad with greens, avocado, mushrooms, carrots, grilled chicken & oil/vinegar dressing. Dinner could be sauteed/steamed veggies, rice and grilled fish.

Does oatmeal count as whole grain cereal?

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Posted: 28 Apr 2013, 07:26
Maybe try

1/2 Avocado with stuffed crabmeat 4 ounces crabmeat with mayo on a bed of lettuce about 6 carbs

Lean Pot Roast made with celery, whole mushrooms, Green Beans, Onion Potatoes

Stuffed Green Pepper Made with Ground Sirlion or ground turkey,Brown rice. Chopped Fresh Tomatoes, Garlic, 1/2 Onion Chopped, 1 Small Can of Tomato Sauce 2 Sugars 4 carbs....

Sliced Steak, Tossed Salad with Cucumber, Sliced Mushrooms, Ken's Lit Ceasar Dressing 2 tbls. mix and mix and mix,with 2 cups of broccoli

1 Pork Chop, 1/4 Head of Cabbage, unlimited green beans

Shrimp Scampi
20 cooked Shrimp each...Sautee garlic cloves and butter, put cooked shrimp in sauce and toss for a minute, add some parm, toss until shrimp are hot maybe another minute. Serve with Brussels spouts, green beans or asparagus

Berries, Cherries, apples, oranges, peaches, pears, plums, apricots, kiwi

low-fat ground turkey for meatloaf, cut out the bread crumbs. To stretch the recipe and add a blast of nutrition, mix plenty of chopped and sautéed onions, carrots, bell peppers, mushrooms, or other vegetables into the turkey.... low-carb, protein-rich "turkey meatloaf" that's light on calories and big on taste

Jennie O turkey 97% fat Free Ground Turkey
...make a turkey burger and eat between two large lettuce leaves

Make stew

Baked eggplant slices also serve as a substitute for bread sticks with the right dipping sauce...also try portobello mushrooms as a burger..Mushrooms can take on the role of buns or crusts

1/2 avocado, hard-boiled eggs, sliced veggies and raw coconut slices
Sliced vegetables.... Cherry Tomatoes, 10 baby carrots, Celery stuffed with hummus,
Sliced turkey and (Veggie cheese) with pepperocini's
Salsa, green and red bell peppers, raw califlower
Spread peanut butter on celery rather than bread
Fava beans and lentils
Make sweet potato fries

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Posted: 21 Jun 2013, 07:00
Maybe a silly question, but has your doctor set you up with a dietician? If not you may want to consult with one. I went through this when I was first experiencing food sensitivities. Cut off most of the food they thought were the offending culprits. Then slowly introduced them back one by one. The ones I could not tolerate at all where the ones that were eliminated from my diet. Good luck, have fun reading labels.

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Posted: 21 Jun 2013, 10:33
Agree - a recommendation like this should have come with a referral to a dietician.
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Posted: 05 Jul 2013, 18:38
This sounds a lot like the Atkins Diet go to their web page there are some great recipes. Then check with the Doc. about using them

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Posted: 06 Jul 2013, 13:31
Do you have IBS? Atkins can help if you do it correctly. There are 4 stages with gradually increasing carbs. It has done wonders for my digestion and weight.

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Posted: 26 Aug 2013, 13:32
The doctor was thinking I had IBS but it came down to me being miserable so I stopped with the crazy diet he wanted me on. It didnt take into account my reactive hypoglycimea. So now I am starting all over and trying to build a plan buy listening to my body. I will check out the Atkins Diet. Smile Thank you everyone!
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