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In my comment above, where did I say "list"? I can't find the word. Maybe I am going blind.staceydarling wrote:... When you referred to the "list"
Which diet? Here are the four McDougall Program diets that I know about:- were you talking about the lists of starches, vegetables and fruits from the McDougall Diet.
Do they meet the requirements for the McDougall regular diet?Most of the fruits and vegetables I'm most fond of and eat most often, weren't listed. I wondered why that was - can I still eat all of the fruits and vegetables that I love so much!?
No, that is only for the Elimination Diet.Also, I read that all fruits and vegetables should be eaten cooked? Is this a practice I should follow?
No, smoothies are not part of the McDougall Program regular diet, so far as I know.I eat a lot of raw fruits and vegetables and make a lot of green smoothies - can I still do this?
Not a whole food. I wouldn't consume it.I drink Almond milk - can I still do this?
I use only water and heat.I also read no oils or butter of any kind - what do you normally use when cooking. Have you found that you don't need oils or butters?
Your meal scheduling is completely your choice. Some snack all day. Others eat only two meals and no snacks. Some eat six meals. Your choice.Lastly, do you snack between your three meals? Can I snack on fruits or vegetables?
Or five or 22 or whatever you want to do. I would also suggest getting a variety of forms: some fresh, some frozen, some canned or bottled.My husband is taking me grocery shopping - should I focus on starting off with about 6 starches, 6 vegetables and 6 fruits to get started.
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