Friday, March 16, 2007

Friday Virtual Dinner Partner

It's winter again today. A late season Nor'easter snowstorm started late morning and is still going strong tonight. I spent a couple of hours walking in the woods. It was fun to watch the snow fall and trudge around in fresh snow. And the spring eqinox is next week!

Sleep: about 8 hours

1/2c nf cottage cheese, fresh pineapple, 2 tbsp walnuts
oatmeal (1/3 c before cooked)
deli turkey, lettuce, and honey mustard in whole grain wrap
chocolate heaven
dried edamame
Dr Kracker flatbread
hoisin chicken
sweet potato and New Balance
roasted green beans

Totals: 2 veggies and 2 fruits
Movement and Meditation: long walk in the woods during snow storm. Did hour long loop at slower pace because of the snow. I wanted to take it all in.

Most people are on the world, not in it—have no conscious sympathy or relationship to anything about them—undiffused, separate, and rigidly alone like marbles of polished stone, touching but separate.
~John Muir

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At 12:58 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I found one of your kale recipes and peeked into your blog for a minute or two. My mum is a nutritionist, I study statistics, and we have learned quite a bit about nutrition and health.

One video I would suggest you watch is here:

Dr. L- sheds some light on fructose, and really pounds away at nutritional and medical standard operating procedure.

Also, I would read the book "The China Study", really compelling research summarized from a 20 year nutritional epidemiological study done in China.

If you really want to dig deep, read Genetic Roulette, a book that has collected many studies done on genetically modified foods. The documentary, the World According to Monsanto is also interesting. Netflix carried it more than a year ago, I wanted to rent it again but it has disappeared from the netflix role so now it must be purchased.

I admit to not reading too much of your blog, maybe you already know of what I type, regardless; good luck in your quest for health.




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