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questions from a newbie
Posted by: mama2obaj ()
Date: February 13, 2011 06:45PM

My blender is broken (sigh, I killed it trying to puree nuts), but I do have a good juicer and a dehydrator. It'll be a while before I get a new blender. With that said, what would be a good ratio of how much food one should receive from liquid state. I feel like I could get carried away and then I fear if I tried to digest whole foods, my digestive system couldn't handle it. Does that make any sense? Maybe it's just an irrational fear?

How do you know if you are getting enough foods? Go by hunger alone?

Prioritize the top, say, 3 foods one would concentrate on daily. I'm thinking Rawlion would go with GREENS ?

-Sarah

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Re: questions from a newbie
Posted by: Trive ()
Date: February 15, 2011 01:33AM

I go for variety. As a newbie you may want to enter what you eat each day on www.fitday.com because you can analyze what you're getting enough of and where you may be deficient. After a while, when you have the hang of it, you won't need to do it.

I go by hunger to decide when to eat. There are different opinions on this, but I tend to limit fats to around 15% (like limiting nuts, although I do eat them). It doesn't bother me that there are different opinions because I think some people just have different needs.

So I take the trust (my body), but verify (with fitday) approach.

(I don't have an answer to your ratio question.)


My favorite raw vegan

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Re: questions from a newbie
Posted by: fresherthanlife ()
Date: November 15, 2012 11:48PM

I know by listening to my body. Before we had books and fancy measuring tools, that's all we had, and that got us through thousands of years so far. Your body pretty much knows what it needs; it's a learned skill to listen to it.

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