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Re: Tim Noakes diet
« Reply #940 on: January 22, 2016, 08:24:24 am »
Het ook begin so halfhartig. Gister bietjie geoefen en omtrent kruppel vandag so seer is my lyf  :xxbah:
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« Reply #941 on: January 22, 2016, 08:33:14 am »
OK WHere do I get Xylitol I have to bassets I want to get rid off. :peepwall:
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« Reply #942 on: January 22, 2016, 08:38:18 am »
OK WHere do I get Xylitol I have to bassets I want to get rid off. :peepwall:

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« Reply #943 on: January 22, 2016, 08:43:52 am »
oom subbie jy kan hulle kom haal as hulle so oulk is ek haat honde
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Re: Tim Noakes diet
« Reply #944 on: January 22, 2016, 08:49:49 am »
Just as a friendly side note, remember Xylitol is extremely poisonous to dogs. I am not sure about cats or other pets.

Please keep this in mind when cooking and you have the urge to let Pluto lick the bowl...

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Re: Tim Noakes diet
« Reply #945 on: January 22, 2016, 10:13:32 am »
Just as a friendly side note, remember Xylitol is extremely poisonous to dogs. I am not sure about cats or other pets.

Please keep this in mind when cooking and you have the urge to let Pluto lick the bowl...

Cats as well :( Would recommend to keep away from any pet!

"When cats ingest xylitol, it can prompt a sudden release of insulin, resulting in hypoglycemia. Common signs of xylitol consumption include vomiting, lethargy, dizziness, seizures and coma. A cat that eats xylitol may even get liver failure and die."
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Re: Tim Noakes diet
« Reply #946 on: January 22, 2016, 11:19:46 am »
Cats as well :( Would recommend to keep away from any pet!

"When cats ingest xylitol, it can prompt a sudden release of insulin, resulting in hypoglycemia. Common signs of xylitol consumption include vomiting, lethargy, dizziness, seizures and coma. A cat that eats xylitol may even get liver failure and die."

waaayyyy too much uncertainty there.

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« Reply #947 on: September 12, 2016, 05:09:53 pm »
Lost 35kg over 18 months doing the LCHF thing. 120 down to 85.  Wifey went from 89kg to 52kg. Cool thing is we both could cut Blood pressure meds by half and I could stop completely with gout meds. For the last 20 years I battled with continual heartburn, this is gone. Energy levels much higher for both of us. For us this really works :-)

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« Reply #948 on: September 12, 2016, 05:19:28 pm »
Lost 35kg over 18 months doing the LCHF thing. 120 down to 85.  Wifey went from 89kg to 52kg. Cool thing is we both could cut Blood pressure meds by half and I could stop completely with gout meds. For the last 20 years I battled with continual heartburn, this is gone. Energy levels much higher for both of us. For us this really works :-)

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Fantastic.  I agree with you.  much more energy.  Lost 23kg in 10,5 months.  I am stable with my weight and wear a 36 pants now.
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« Reply #949 on: September 12, 2016, 07:23:57 pm »
Lost 35kg over 18 months doing the LCHF thing. 120 down to 85.  Wifey went from 89kg to 52kg. Cool thing is we both could cut Blood pressure meds by half and I could stop completely with gout meds. For the last 20 years I battled with continual heartburn, this is gone. Energy levels much higher for both of us. For us this really works :-)

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« Reply #950 on: September 12, 2016, 07:32:49 pm »
Guys , I am a maargat ..... ( no money for food )  :imaposer: but I admire your weight loss.

However at my age , high blood pressure and Cholesterol are the silent killers .

What stats / experiences do you have pre - and post- the Noakes diet ??
 

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Re: Tim Noakes diet
« Reply #951 on: September 12, 2016, 07:40:58 pm »
Guys , I am a maargat ..... ( no money for food )  :imaposer: but I admire your weight loss.

However at my age , high blood pressure and Cholesterol are the silent killers .

What stats / experiences do you have pre - and post- the Noakes diet ??

Always had good cholesterol and have perfect blood pressure.

I am a very healthy outjie
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Re: Tim Noakes diet
« Reply #952 on: September 12, 2016, 07:44:05 pm »
Guys , I am a maargat ..... ( no money for food )  :imaposer: but I admire your weight loss.

However at my age , high blood pressure and Cholesterol are the silent killers .

What stats / experiences do you have pre - and post- the Noakes diet ??

Always had good cholesterol and have perfect blood pressure.

I am a very healthy outjie

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Re: Tim Noakes diet
« Reply #953 on: September 13, 2016, 04:07:07 am »
On the matter of Quiche...

A quiche is a savoury baked custard dish, often made to use up chopped leftover veggies.  The veggies should not be wet or the custard will not set unless you add more egg to the custard mix.
Originally it was made with a crust that you blind bake before adding filling and custard mix.
I make a bake once crustless version.
I also preheat the oven to 180C, but I prefer baking at 140-160C for 45min - 1hour as it is less likely to burn the top crust.

The "crust" is made from a heaped tablespoon Smash powder and 2 large (read smallest) eggs with a dash of mustard in the liquidiser.  Pour the thick mix into a cold, buttered shallow quiche pan until it just covers the base.
Fill with layers of lekker stuff left over from other meals or your own personal favourite filling.
Chopped raw spinach and crumbled feta with cooked mushrooms is lekker.
I prefer bacon, cheese, cooked mushrooms and grated raw baby marrows.
Onion is less successful as it is very moist - rather use green spring onion tops.
 
Make the custard mix with 250ml cream, 250ml milk, 6 large (read smallest) eggs and a heaped teaspoon of mustard.
It works best if you add the cream last while the liquidiser is churning up the rest.
(Don't beat the cream only or you may get butter.)
Do NOT add salt if you are using bacon or feta, but a little cayenne pepper adds "skop"

Bake for 45min @ 160 - longer if your pan is deeper than 2cm.

(The deeper the liguid mixture, the longer it takes to set. 
You will burn the top and sides before the middle sets if you turn up the heat!)

Take the pan out of the oven and use a knife to test if the middle is set.
If not, bake another 10-15min and try again.
When it is set, sprinkle a little grated cheddar cheese on top and return to the oven.
Turn down the heat to 100C or even less and bake for another 10-15min until the cheese is melted.
Take out of the oven and let it stand out for 5 min to rest and fully melt the cheese on top.
Serve in generous slices, lifting out with a cake lifter or egg lifter.

The egg binds the milk/cream mixture into a lekker soft spicy cheesy stiff custard.
The egg+smash just helps to get it out of the pan.
If you are ultra-strictly banting, you can omit the crust and dish up with a spoon.
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Re: Tim Noakes diet
« Reply #954 on: September 13, 2016, 06:19:30 am »
I am down 39kg and am not pedantic about the diet now, but I am stable and have been for 4 months I hover between 93.5 and 94.5 which is fine by me, blood pressure was 132/73 on Sunday in casualty, due to a momentary lapse of talent.  :biggrin:
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Re: Tim Noakes diet
« Reply #955 on: September 13, 2016, 07:58:57 am »
On the matter of Quiche...

A quiche is a savoury baked custard dish, often made to use up chopped leftover veggies.  The veggies should not be wet or the custard will not set unless you add more egg to the custard mix.
Originally it was made with a crust that you blind bake before adding filling and custard mix.
I make a bake once crustless version.
I also preheat the oven to 180C, but I prefer baking at 140-160C for 45min - 1hour as it is less likely to burn the top crust.

The "crust" is made from a heaped tablespoon Smash powder and 2 large (read smallest) eggs with a dash of mustard in the liquidiser.  Pour the thick mix into a cold, buttered shallow quiche pan until it just covers the base.
Fill with layers of lekker stuff left over from other meals or your own personal favourite filling.
Chopped raw spinach and crumbled feta with cooked mushrooms is lekker.
I prefer bacon, cheese, cooked mushrooms and grated raw baby marrows.
Onion is less successful as it is very moist - rather use green spring onion tops.
 
Make the custard mix with 250ml cream, 250ml milk, 6 large (read smallest) eggs and a heaped teaspoon of mustard.
It works best if you add the cream last while the liquidiser is churning up the rest.
(Don't beat the cream only or you may get butter.)
Do NOT add salt if you are using bacon or feta, but a little cayenne pepper adds "skop"

Bake for 45min @ 160 - longer if your pan is deeper than 2cm.

(The deeper the liguid mixture, the longer it takes to set. 
You will burn the top and sides before the middle sets if you turn up the heat!)

Take the pan out of the oven and use a knife to test if the middle is set.
If not, bake another 10-15min and try again.
When it is set, sprinkle a little grated cheddar cheese on top and return to the oven.
Turn down the heat to 100C or even less and bake for another 10-15min until the cheese is melted.
Take out of the oven and let it stand out for 5 min to rest and fully melt the cheese on top.
Serve in generous slices, lifting out with a cake lifter or egg lifter.

The egg binds the milk/cream mixture into a lekker soft spicy cheesy stiff custard.
The egg+smash just helps to get it out of the pan.
If you are ultra-strictly banting, you can omit the crust and dish up with a spoon.


Or frittata if you will  ;D

I use a lot less dairy in the mix, less than 50% dairy and also add grated cheese into the mix. Beat the eggs very well to get some air in. It will lighten the end result. You can also substitute the milk/cream with creme fraiche/sour cream/yoghurt
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« Reply #956 on: September 13, 2016, 08:23:57 am »
T Rex you asked about Cholestrol... Cholestrol being a killer seems to be a myth after all "So it has taken the US 40 years to rehabilitate cholesterol’s reputation. The government is reportedly poised to drop official health warnings on cholesterol because the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee says it is no longer “considered a nutrient of concern for overconsumption” – a clumsy way of saying you can eat as much cholesterol as you like.

Better late than never you might say, and anyway, what’s a few decades between friends? Quite a lot, actually, when you consider the suffering and preventable, premature deaths of millions of people around the globe as a consequence of wrong dietary advice.


The committee’s report comes at the same time as original research by British obesity specialist Zoe Harcombe published in BMJ Open Heart. Harcombe and her team’s systematic review and meta-analysis  conclude that “evidence from randomised controlled trials did not support the introduction of dietary fat guidelines in 1977 and 1983”. (Randomised controlled trials are the gold standard of scientific research.)

In other words, official dietary fat guidelines in the US, UK,  and all other countries that have followed suit, including South Africa, are without scientific foundation." from http://www.biznews.com/health/2015/02/16/science-says-tim-noakes-is-right-on-cholesterol-lchf-and-a-whole-lot-else/
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« Reply #957 on: September 13, 2016, 08:44:53 am »
Medical science wrewrites intself on average every 20 years, thus wha tis bad today will be good in 20 years time and vice versa. Although still makes sense to listen to some of it.
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« Reply #958 on: September 13, 2016, 09:38:58 am »
Medical science wrewrites intself on average every 20 years, thus wha tis bad today will be good in 20 years time and vice versa. Although still makes sense to listen to some of it.

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« Reply #959 on: September 13, 2016, 10:15:30 am »
have you guys watched "that sugar film" ?

illustrates the dangers of "Low Fat" very clearly in real life experiment  :lol8: movie worth watching, think it's on youtube.


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