|so what can we eat!?|
Okay so here's where I'm confused. I thought that's what digestion actually is but according to J. Stranton at gnolls.org: meat does not rot in our colon but the other three do that are listed. The article I've linked to has quite a bit in the way of scientific explanations (heck he's even got footnotes so I'm impressed!). I think it makes for good reading.
But if you are like me, you're probably wondering, what the heck can we eat? This is the part where I really hate to admit that it all sounds like hooey. I get to this point where the adaptation to my diet and lifestyle are...
...a HUGE pain in the butt. I think, "I don't want to do this, its too hard. I don't like doing this, it takes too much work. I hate doing this because while I sit at home cooking myself dinner that I can eat, loads of people out there get to eat-out with apparently no adverse effect. Think I'm just venting? OK, maybe a little but read this:
"According to the "Where America Stands" CBS News Poll, 74 percent of viewers claim they eat together as a family all the time, with 78 percent of viewers claiming they eat together "most of the time" on weekends." Read entire article with cool video from CBS news HERE.
Anyway, it is Day 11 since I started this whole experiment thing and it is kind of hard given it is also a Friday night. Yet, I am still doing it. Tonight's dinner was Soba Noodles with a beef and veggie stir fry that included a gluten free soy sauce. (Although I only used less than a teaspoon of it because I'm watching sodium as well. It was great and if I must say so myself, I don't think a restaurant could have done better. In fact, I' quite sure they would not have done it justice.