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diet diary

 whole foods

( foods that can sustain a person )







 for the best health, as the writer is discovering, is to only eat cooked meals and further to incorporate seasonal vegetables into every meal

this will give you all the essentials for maintaining health

there's no need to get complicated about food

the lover has done all the hard work and assembled the right ingredients into the vegetables for every part of the world

all we have to do is to put the time into cooking it

three cooked meals a day is the minimum requirement for basic health

forget about vitamins and trace elements and carbohydrates and complex carbohydrates and sugars and saturated foods and... these things have become issues because of not eating properly in the first place

mothers going to work and the "can't be bothered to cook" attitude is the reason for a whole range of ailments as well as detracting from a look-good/feel-good state of being

that mums' across the world don't have the time or the money to look after their children in this way is a contributing factor in the degeneration of family life and the rising problem of ill health

yes we're back into politics, evolution and devolution...


















the complexity of the ingredients in food and the even more complex human body and the individuals unique needs depending on climate, work, emotional state, atmospheric conditions, soil content etc. etc. makes dieting more of an art than a science

 it can be assumed that the tongue/brain connection of the nervous system exists, among other things, to allow the brain to assess how important the food is to the physiology

coupling the desirability of the taste of a food and applying common sense should be enough to keep us in good shape

the writer suggests you try as many different foods as you can over the course of three to six months and let your desire for a particular food guide what you eat

you should find that several months after trying something the brain will trigger a memory/hunger signal for that food again

as we age and the metabolism becomes less efficient it becomes necessary to wise up as to what our limitations are

it's generally acknowledged that the first meal of the is the day is the most important and the writer completely agrees

the writer has got into the routine of having his main meal

( meat and 2 veg )

for breakfast

nine out of ten times the writer eats a cooked meal no matter whether it's breakfast, lunch or an evening meal

the meat is limited to 2 to 3 ounces a day whereas the vegatables vary in amount depending on the amount of energy used or as desire suggests

after adopting a cooked meals only diet the first thing that was noticed was a reduced build up of plaque on the teeth (it took two or three days before the plaque built up to the point where the teeth felt like they needed cleaning)

 whether there's any mileage to be had from keeping notes of those foods that produce less and more plaque and basing a diet around foods that produce less plaque may be worth exploring

the next thing was a dramatic reduction in the frequency of the need to go the toilet

it dropped to once a week

the third thing was a noticeable improvement in the complexion of the skin

as we get into the swing of following the road map of evolution that the lover has laid out for us going to the toilet will reduce as the millennia roll on

once a year within the calculable future

excessive fats and especially animal fats are what put the weight on

vegetable fats aren't as likely to pile on the excess tissue in the way animal fat does

as the writer understands it the physiology can utilise fats for energy more readily than other foods

the problem is it will use the fats first and store the other foodstuff for later

the writer tried a diet that had no fats and it caused a craving for fats every four of five days

it appears that the role of fats in the body is for something other than just to provide energy

putting an amount of fat into the gravy to satisfy the craving for fat is one way of doing it

taking largish amounts of fats in the first and biggest meal of the day doesn't cause a build up of fat tissue in the way that taking them in meals later on in the day does

regularly eating a main meal with fats within 3 hours of going to sleep is guaranteed to cause weight problems

the trick seems to be leaving the table  feeling as though you could eat the whole thing all over again

this maxim does work but it has the drawback of needing to have at least three, and sometimes as many as five, meals a day

not very practical in the way societies are run at the moment

if you find that you tend to eat to the point of feeling full it might be that the food content isn't what yourt physiology requires

play with your feelings of hunger to the point where eating potatoes with every meal doesn't cause any unwanted weight-gain

if a person enjoys potatoes every time she or he eats a meal then then have potatoes with every meal

it's should be a simple matter of varying the amount to prevent unwanted weight-gain from happening

it is this persons experience that salt, fats and eating late at night are the three thing to watch most carefully

beings do not eat in heaven





























































20th march 2010

the immediately noticeable difference that a cooked-meals-only-diet produced was the reduced build-up of plague on the teeth

18th march 2010

the latest attempt to find a the perfect diet is...

only eating cooked meals 

one green and one non green with half to one ounce of meat two or three times a day

19th january 2010

two greens and two non greens didn't do it for the writer

two vegetables, one green and one non green with an ounce or two of meat, seems to be the magic combination

with spinach though peas helped the medicine go down

22nd december 2009

the idea of having as many different vegetables as possible with each meal struck the writer as having merit

after trying 10-12 different vegetables with each meal for a week or two the meals weren't as enjoyable as meals that had only 2 vegetables

it is thought that the reason for this is that the physiology utilizes a smaller number of different foods more effectively than a large number

currently the writer is having four vegetables

( two greens and two non greens )

with each meal and will pass on what effects this diet produces

november 2009

in the writers experience three fresh vegetables that have been cooked followed by at least one half of a fresh fruit each day is the basis for a healthy diet

nineteen days out of twenty the writers main meal, which is also his first meal, is 1-2 ounces of meat, three cooked vegetables and half or one whole juicy fruit

providing this meal makes up more than half of the total food eaten every day itís unlikely that a persons physiology will not be able to maintain itself adequately































the bacteria in the gut is best suited for assimilating vegetable matter

octoberber 2012

oit should be the case that the quantity of food eaten varies from meal to meal with meals that are the same

if a person really enjoys a meal one time and she or he fancies that the same meal will be equally as enjoyable again but it doesn't have the same appeal the second time there are too many factors to consider to make sense of why it wasn't as enjoyable

as a general guide eat less than you think you could eat

don't let the habit form of feeling full after a meal