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Old 06-30-2010, 11:01 PM
 
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So does anyone follow the brewer diet while they are pregnant?

that is what I always try to follow. of course I suffer with severe morning (noon and nite) sickness the first 14 to 20 weeks so during that time I focus on keeping as much down as I possibly can whatever it is since losing weight is NOT ok. then when the sickness abates I always try and follow the brewer diet which is high in protein.

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I tried it once but I couldn't choke down that much protein! LOL

The kids and I harvested a bunch of blueberries yesterday and so we made vegan ww blueberry muffins for breakfast this morning.

Lunch was just new potatoes (our garden), homemade vegan sausage, eggs from our chickens and cheese. The protein was needed!

Dinner... we might grab something to eat after we hit up the gym this evening.

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With the nausea I've been dealing with I've just been following my mood and eating whatever sounds good at the time. Since I got up today (worked last night and crashed when I got home), I've had a BLT on whole wheat. The last few days I've been craving Mexican food.

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So my prenatals have starting making me sick...I've switched over to FLinstones for a while I don't feel like I really need them, I know I eat well, but I guess I just wanted that certainty.

breakfast- oatmeal with yogurt and blueberries
lunch- apple, granola bar, pretzels, sandwich
dinner- stuffed artichokes, steak and potatoes

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So tonight is my first try at making rapini greens- I've used them to make pesto before but never just cooked them. My dad does them all the time when we are up at their place. We are having the greens with homemade marinara sauce and gnocchi. I found a recipe that says to boil them a bit in salted water and then saute with garlic and olive oil. seems simple enough!

Day 2 of using the Flinstone vits and no issues so far.


hmmm..now I found this rachael ray recipe that has you cooking the greens in chicken broth http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/r...ipe/index.html that seems like it would make for more taste.

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I have been eating lots of beans the past two days after reading they can help with ms. I don't think it is working. Beans and cheese plus grapes. I think that is all I have eaten in two days. Sigh...

I can't take prenatals either, nor B6 which helped me last time.

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