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  • Shami
    Eggs, fish, meat are the stand-bys. You can eat as much as you like of these, preferable fried in plenty
    Message 1 of 3 , May 4, 2010
      Eggs, fish, meat <http://www.tafreehmazaonline.com/cookbook/meet.html>
      are the stand-bys. You can eat as much as you like of these, preferable
      fried in plenty of fat, BUT WITH NO FLOUR, BATTER OR BREADCRUMBS.Your
      drinks must be sugar-free. Beer, which contains a lot of carbohydrate,
      is strictly forbidden. You can drink unlimited coffee or tea with
      restriction of milk as mentioned above, or water. Wine may be taken but
      it must be dry (i.e. without much sugar). This means claret, Chablis, or
      a dry white Bordeaux. The question of alcohol is still under
      investigation and will be discussed in the next chapter, but as Banting
      managed to lose weight
      <http://www.tafreehmazaonline.com/healthbeauty/remedies.html> on a
      quite considerable consumption of alcohol, it seems probable that
      sugar-free alcoholic drinks like gin are not fattening when taken with a
      high-fat diet
      <http://www.tafreehmazaonline.com/healthbeauty/mentel.html> .

      "Diabetic" preparations will help you when you are entertaining people
      who normally eat sweet things. They will also help you to taper off your
      desire for sugar. But please do not imagine that you can gorge these
      things. They do contain a certain amount of carbohydrate, and should be
      taken in the greatest moderation. The packet, can or bottle usually
      states the carbohydrate equivalent. So you can allow yourself a little
      relaxation <http://www.tafreehmazaonline.com/healthbeauty/body.html>
      from time to time, and know where you are, from a carbohydrate point of
      view.

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