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Old Wed, Mar-11-20, 04:08
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Plan: Epi-Paleo/IF
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I believe in D3! And K2. And Zuleikaa I have learned much from her.
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Old Wed, Mar-11-20, 04:44
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Plan: Mishmash
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Vitamin A is one thing I think I'm not getting enough of because of LC, since not eating carrots or sweet potatoes. Liver is a good source which I try to eat every couple of weeks.
Livers are the best source for vitamin A. Carrots and sweet potatoes AREN'T sources of vitamin A but of beta carotene which must then be converted to vitamin A by the body...if you are over 45 most likely your bodye cannot so those sources are useless.
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Old Wed, Mar-11-20, 06:20
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Plan: very low carb real food
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I eat about 4 ounces of beef liver a week which provides more than the recommended amount of Vitamin A for a week.
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Old Wed, Mar-11-20, 06:30
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Time to get liverwurst from the deli again. That, I can do
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Old Wed, Mar-11-20, 06:57
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Plan: Atkins DANDR
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Time to get liverwurst from the deli again. That, I can do


Yes WB I forgot about LW, great idea!
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Old Wed, Mar-11-20, 07:37
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Plan: IF/Fung IDM/Carnivore
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Time to get liverwurst from the deli again. That, I can do
yeah I do that too. Periodically go out and get a 1/4 pound of liverwurst. I love liverwurst and itís perfectly sized to have in a chaffle if I want also. The deli used to carry smoked liverwurst which was especially good, but now they just carry the plain, but also good.
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Old Wed, Mar-11-20, 07:55
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They also sell it prepackaged in the area with lunch meats. I almost like that better because of the the nutritional info on the pkg. Because it's processed, a lot of it might have added filler carbs and sugar, so I look for that.
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