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From: kate (
Subject:         Re: Dr. G. or others any solutions.
Date: June 5, 2014 at 4:37 am PST

In Reply to: Dr. G. or others any solutions. posted by George on June 4, 2014 at 9:01 pm:

Hi George,

without doubt, the best way would be to eat light if
you are not contemplating intense workouts on your
days off. Try making your main meal lunch, and
light in the evening.

Definitely raw is best; as you point out, cooked
vegan foods and especially grains, will make you
nauseous - why eat them at all?

I suggest eating fruit monos at morning and lunch
(with greens if you desire), then a big salad at
night, again with mono fruit prior or chopped into
the mix. If you use dressing, I'd suggest no fat or
oil for a while, as this will slow down your
recovering digestion. try a simple dressing of
citrus juice, maybe blended with tomato and herbs.

spend a little time planning how you can continue
raw whilst working long days: "fast" foods for
lunches or snacks could be bananas, grapes, mangoes
(prepared, or they take too long), stone fruits.
Mono is best for easy digestion = more available
energy and focus. And don't be tempted to reach for
handfuls of nuts for a quick fix! That would likely
give you more nausea than cooked.

It's not that hard, only a little prep and
sufficient shopping in advance.

Best wishes,

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