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... beast Burgers, They really taste like real burgers. Visit some Vegan restaurants for some inspiration. You can get really creative. I make my cheese based on cashews now. ... (7 replies)
... Not always. I tried for YEARS before I put on anything. I was taking in over 4,500 calories a day for several months without gaining anything. The thing that finally put on some weight for me was cashews. I put on 30 pounds one summer eating three 8 ounce cans of them a week. (8 replies)
... I really like the taste of it, but I have not had dairy cheese in over three years so my taste buds may have changed. I can't remember what real cheese tastes like. Even before becoming vegan I had an intolerance to it so it's been a while. However, my husband, who is an omnivore, really likes Daiya too. I have used it to make pizza and vegan spinach mushroom lasagna (with... (8 replies)

... In case you're still feeling fatigued and haven't figured out the "fix" yet... maybe try adding more healthy fats? Depending on what you were eating prior to SCD you may have significantly reduced the amount of grain based carbs and sugars that your body previously used for energy. Fats are a great source of energy and I found that when I went paleo with my diet, I needed to... (1 replies)
... are substitutes for meat. You can added roasted pine nuts to broccoli or cashews to green beans. Sprinkle nutritional yeast on all kinds of dishes. Quinoa is a complete protein with all the essential amino acids. ... (1 replies)
... Nuts should be limited to only about a handful per day and not only walnuts. Brazil nuts, pistachios, almonds, cashews and pecans are all very good, each supplying a variety of nutrients and healthy oils. Oils should not be limited to the supplements. ... (7 replies)
... You can use whole foods to make your own flour if you have a powerful high speed blender (such as a vitamix or blendtec which I have). Last night I made amaretti cookies using whole raw almonds ground to a flour. I have made whipped cream using coconut milk from a can (organic source) or raw whole cashews (you can make all sorts of creams and "cheesy" sauces with cashew nuts... (6 replies)
... You may want to eat the fruit separate from your lunch shake because when you use a blender on fruit it rips up the fiber and doesn't work nearly as well to keep you feeling full. I make breakfast protein shakes all the time but I only use a half banana in it because it makes it have a thicker more creamy texture. I wasn't sure if you meant that you have the shake and fruit... (2 replies)
... It is helpful though, even if most users on here don't eat as strict as you do, because then we can learn some helpful tips on ways we can improve our own diets! I doubt I'll ever be able to 100% eat like you do, but I think the more changes I can make, the better. I mentioned in another thread that I struggle with making sure I pack good foods ahead of time, but it's... (7 replies)
... Actually, yes. Walnuts are the best, however cashews are a great choice too. Remember, nuts have a lot of fats, but the good kind if you will. Like anything else, don't overdo it. ... (1 replies)
... I eat a whole variety of nuts in my diet, but not cashews. Cashews have a tendency for mold, as do peanuts. Those two nuts I avoid, those and a few family members . . . ... (5 replies)
... The fat in cashews is predominantly monounsaturated, which is generally considered good for blood cholesterol levels compared to other kinds of fat. ... (5 replies)
... Dont forget buying almonds/cashews in bulk and making your own snack bags and a bag of apples goes a long way to take in a backpack leave in the car and have handy all the time. (9 replies)
... I've been trying to cut out a lot of processed foods out of my diet, but I find that I eat a lot of the same things over and over! To avoid getting too bored of the same foods, I thought I'd come for some advice :) I love lean protein and I eat lots of it. I usually go for grilled chicken breast since it's low in fat and calories (and tastes great!). I eat lean beef about... (9 replies)
About cholesterol
Jun 25, 2009
... Foods from plants (including cashews) do not contain cholesterol. Note that blood cholesterol is mainly made in the liver. Usually, the largest influences are the types of fats consumed (polyunsaturated, monounsaturated, saturated, or trans). For many people, dietary cholesterol has little effect on blood cholesterol, but for some people, dietary cholesterol has a... (1 replies)
... wants me on. I feel so full all of the time and even feel a bit lethargic by evening because I am so full from eating so much food. I do eat a small amount of cashews and three to four servings of dairy a day for protein. ... (16 replies)
Cashew nuts
Nov 7, 2008
... Cashew nuts..mmmm... one of my favourites!. cashews are a DELICIOUS and healthy snack,in moderation ofcourse!!,they are very dense in calories and have a high oil content (good fats,mind you!). eventhough they may be high in fat,i highly doubt there is ANY cholesterol in them to speak of. you see,cholesterol is normally found in animal products, so no worries here.but just... (4 replies)
Cashew nuts
Oct 29, 2008
... I'd recommend unsalted, natural nuts. Too much salt isn't good for you, and I enjoy the unsalted kinds because they don't make you so thirsty anyway. I love to snack on cashews, walnuts, and macadamias. Unfortunately I can't eat almonds because they don't agree with my stomach! Just make sure to eat nuts in limited quantities, because TOO many will be high in calories. (4 replies)
Cashew nuts
Oct 24, 2008
... I don't believe any nuts have cholesterol...nuts are a plant product. Cholesterol is only present in animal products. For what it's worth, try almonds and walnuts (unsalted, of course)...the health benefits are much better than cashews. (4 replies)
... Rheanna hi , i like the way ur minimising usage of oil. adding curd or yogurt is actually a good way of cutting down fat. just yesterday i tried steamed bottle guard kofta which i just shallow fried in nonsick pan .they turned out to be very tasty. previously i used to have lots of gravy stuff.here we mostly prefer spicy stuff ,but now i switched to tandoors. ... (3 replies)


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