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... no pork part of the first year of the SWANK diet. ... (24 replies)
Not feeling good
Aug 25, 2011
... Hi, sorry to hear of your current problems. The acid may be acid reflux which would be unrelated to MS unless it was caused by something you could not or did not properly swallow. I have to sleep propped up on a slight incline, otherwise I have acid problems as well as choking problems. ... (5 replies)
... I'd love to know the answer to this as well. It's not going to change my eating turkey and chicken cold cuts that are 0 fat however. I don't even eat meat every day. A lot of the things I cook don't involve meat what so ever. (24 replies)

... I thought of that, but, here again, if the package says 0 fat, does it matter? Or is that 0 fat before cooking, and you don't know what you're getting if the turkey (or chicken) is cooked with the skin on? (24 replies)
... lost 10 pounds just by following this recommendation from her nutritionist. Full fat cheese, cream, etc., just raw. I truthfully don't understand the chemistry or thought process behind this and it's one of those things that I've been meaning to check out. ... (24 replies)
... When considering deli meat, not only is it if there is a mixture of white and dark meat, it maybe that it's cooked/roasted with the skin. Fat from the skin drains into the meat when cooking. I follow the swank diet. It has always been one of my questions, Is deli meat ok? I've decided to eat it as long as it is chicken/turkey BREAST. Also, I eat fat free cheeses (if... (24 replies)
... I'm not sure if it's 'alright', but I buy those low fat or 0 fat deli meats and eat them. Chicken and turkey, mmm. I think the no no is that they can contain dark meat chicken and turkey, and that's listed as to be avoided in the diet. ... (24 replies)
... remitting, but she says that we'll have to watch and see how my symptoms progress over time to know if it's really that or actually secondary progressive. ... (24 replies)
... For what it's worth, I was wondering the same thing. The emphasis of Swank's diet is on limiting saturated fat, so as long as you figure the red meat into this, I don't understand the difference. ... (24 replies)
... missing in what meats are allowed within the Swank diet. For those, you may have to integrate other types of foods or supplements into your diet. ... (24 replies)
... To clarify, I thought the WHOLE thing was strict -- didn't realize that at some point you could integrate things like red meat back into your diet. Most people I've seen on Swank for a very long time don't eat red meat at all. I just read the other day that there's a small study being conducted (or will commence) comparing the Best Bet Diet (Ashton Embry) to Swank. (24 replies)
Fibromyaligia?
Feb 3, 2006
... Hi Peanutsmom... Here's what I wrote to Barbbelle on the boards about what I am doing. It really has made a significant difference! What I have changed recently is my diet. No more pork; lean beef just once a week; added more fish and chicken...more raw vegetables and fruits (3 to 5 servings of each per day)...cut out all caffeine, sodas, sugar, products containing... (10 replies)
KellyD
Feb 1, 2006
... Thanks for the warm wishes, Barb! I am sorry that you are having troubles, though! What I have changed recently is my diet. No more pork; lean beef just once a week; added more fish and chicken...more raw vegetables and fruits (3 to 5 servings of each per day)...cut out all caffeine, sodas, sugar, products containing gluten, dairy, white starches, and prepared foods. ... (1 replies)
... I stopped eating beef, but I eat white meat chicken, fish, and white meat pork and lamb. You might also try adding tofu or enrich your diet with beans. ... (24 replies)
... Dr. Swank developed the Swank Diet in Germany for his MS patients. The main thing I had to change was beef. ... (16 replies)


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