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  • #2518

    Linn Orme
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    Jessica, I see a yummy looking Creamy Mocha-Banana Protein Shake [Phase 1] recipe but I didn’t think bananas are allowed in Phase 1. They are not on the fruit list in the book. That makes me leary that the recipes I pull up for Phase 1 are not necessarily compliant.

    #2566

    Lynnette Stevens
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    Am I able to use store bought Spaghetti sauce?

    #2578

    Debra Murray
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    Lynette, check the bottle and see how much sugar is in it…I believe the store bought might be high in sugar..I could be wrong though! If they do, maybe make some of your own with tomato paste, water, garlic, onions, green peppers, mushrooms, etc…whatever you like in it! πŸ™‚

    #2589

    Jessica Romeo
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    Linn thank you so so much for noticing that! I meant to put that as a Phase 2 or 3! I will go back and check the recipes again, but as you will notice all of my recipes that I post have very few ingredients to begin with so if you notice that something is off like this was, please bring it to my attention. Thanks again! I am very detail oriented so I apologize that this one slipped my mind. Have a wonderful weekend!

    #4188

    Donnalee Allen
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    Hello, my question is: according to booklet
    We are to stay away from using coconut oil for cooking
    Noticed some receipes in stage 1 speak of using coconut oil.
    Just starting and want to do this correctly.

    #4190

    Jessica Romeo
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    I am not sure which booklet you have? I have the most current (as of 1 month) and we have changed on page 21 to note that 1 tbsp of coconut oil is 1 serving of fat. Coconut oil is a fantastic source of fat so I asked to have it added to the list of approved fats!

    Any additional questions please let me know! Have a wonderful day πŸ™‚

    #4206

    Donnalee Allen
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    Yes, I see that now. My apologizes

    #4212

    Jessica Romeo
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    Donnalee I have also noticed that on page 26 there was a statement saying to avoid it for cooking, however I have sent a new revision in to change it, here is what it will now be saying and sorry for any confusion!
    Page 26 Section 6.: Be aware of the oil you use when cooking.
    When cooking with oils opt to cook with coconut oil in most situations. Coconut oil, with its higher level of saturated fat and lower level of polyunsaturated fat is a far more stable cooking fat. Olive oil has a lower level of saturated fat and higher level of polyunsaturated fat, this makes it a little more unstable and causes oxidation when cooking with higher heat. Oils that are best for cooking with are as follows:
    β€’ Coconut oil
    β€’ Avocado oil
    β€’ Light olive oil
    β€’ Olive oil (stick to lower heat levels when cooking with olive oil
    Avoid cooking with:
    β€’ Flaxseed oil (can be used cold, just don’t cook with it!)
    β€’ Peanut oil or other nut oils
    β€’ Canola and other processed oils

    #4500

    Darvi Mack
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    Hi I’m in phase 1 and noticed a recipe that looked like eggs and wondering if boiled eggs are ok? I saw egg whites on the list but it looked like scrambled with yoke in the picture. Bottom line are egg boiled eggs ok as a protein and if yes how many? Thank you.
    Darvi

    #4512

    Darvi Mack
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    Thank you Jessica that is very helpful.

    #4532

    Jessica Romeo
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    Yes whole eggs are fine, but count 2 whole eggs as a source of fat! and a protein. So sometimes I will just cook 1 whole egg mixed in with 1/2 cup of egg whites that way I can break up my fat consumption throughout the day.

    Great question πŸ™‚

    #4578

    Erin Cochran
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    Thanks for clarifying re coconut oil Jessica as I was confused on this too.

    -Erin

    #4588

    Jessica Romeo
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    No problem! I think quite a few people were πŸ™‚

    #4673

    Donnalee Allen
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    wondering if we can eat zucchini and squash?

    #4702

    Jessica Romeo
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    Yep they are a go!

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