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DIET EXAMPLE - from Anna's kitchen

I usually start the day with a blended salad - usually lettuce & tomatoes & cucumber finely chopped in a food processor. Or whatever other veggies I have at home. Preferably eaten within 10 minutes of chopping. Usually as brunch, an hour or so before noon.
A little while afterwards I may have one or more egg yolks, organic, preferably from outdoors free-roaming hens (Supposedly more nutritious, more omega-3). Sometimes I eat the egg white also, which I usually heat to coagulation - I do this to diminish the toxic avidin in the white. I may add a spoon of flax oil or fish oil, for more omega-3.

After I had been a vegan (almost-vegan) for over a decade, and then went on a stone-age type diet, I had an big craving for eggs. I ate up to 10 a day for a year, after which the craving disappeared. And I still love eggs.

My major meal is in the evening - usually a big salad, and some animal food.

Here is one animal food example: "fena-laar", a Norwegian winter delicacy - a raw air-dried (hanging cold for months) leg of lamb. Sliced thin it is delicious. The Norwegian lambs/sheep are very healthy, having roamed the mountain areas all summer. This leg was dipped in a salt-brine before drying, so it has a salty surface which is non-optimal. (Since removing an excess of salt is an energy-drain for our bodies.) An example of a compromise, as can be common when living in conventionally eating surroundings.

I eat my vegetables raw, sometimes as juices - but my animal foods are often only partly raw, e.g. quick-seared. My big concern now is sugar and starches. Not over-eating on those I currently think this might be of more importance than all-raw eating. Especially since our primitive ancestors probably started using fire quite early. When it comes to fruit I am far from perfect, e.g. I easily over-eat on cherries.
Sometimes I eat conventionally, e.g. with friends and at restaurants, but then try to pick and choose, and may also water-fast or eat less the next day.

Anna, 8-2005

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