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Subject:         Re: Let us discuss the 801010
Date: September 6, 2014 at 8:57 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Let us discuss the 801010 posted by Dr Gosia O'Reilly on September 6, 2014 at 8:31 pm:

After having done both tracking and intuitive
approaches, I have come to the conclusion that
most fats are too high in mono and saturated fats
and even Omega 6 fats to be favorable to my body.

I kept on getting weird reactions to eating them
so my current regime is to consume a small
handful of walnuts a day.

Also, I am finding myself consuming a LOT more
vegetables and their juices and using fruit less
as a "staple" and more as a dessert.

This has grounded me more, given me more clarity,
and less cravings.

As far as fats are concerned, when I track them,
sometimes I am over 10% considerably even though
I am not consuming a lot of nuts.

I agree that saturated and monounsaturated fats
should be less than 10% and even less than 5% of
calories but do not feel the same need for foods
that are higher in Omega 3's. Still I don't feel
well when I overconsume, but I still feel good
consuming 16-20% of my calories from them.

I think the biggest hole in the 801010 diet is
its focus on macronutrients and thus people will
"mono diet" on bananas or something else for days
and not be getting enough zinc, calcium or

I find that eating more veggies helps with this
which may be why I crave less food when eating
that way.

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