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From: Marie Oser (marie.veggiechef.com)
Subject:         Re: More input needed
Date: October 13, 2007 at 9:09 pm PST

In Reply to: More input needed posted by NewVeggie on October 10, 2007 at 12:16 pm:

Initially your husband can "filll up" with items that are richer in fat
and protein. He can eat foods like avocados, tempeh, soynuts, tofu,
cashews, walnuts, peanuts, and hummus in larger portions and
more often than most. Wraps made with hummus, avocado,
carrots, baby spinach, and sliced baked tofu or tempeh are filling
and really delicious.

The unalterable truth about weight control is "calories in-calories
out" A tablespoon of fat contains 120 calories no matter where it
comes from, however the fat in avocados, olive oil, nuts and seeds
is monounsaturated and is considered to be heart healthy because,
unlike saturated fat or other free flowing oils, will lower LDL and
raise HDL levels.

Adding a rich dessert at dinner can also give him an added
margin. Vegan desserts may be free of animal products, however I
find that many may also contain a lot of calories and fat.


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