Hi all Here's the latest attack on the food we've been eating since time began! I'm sure when fire was discovered, those cave people were just lightly sautéing their meat, conscious of their blood pressure! For goodness sake!
1) Association not causation
2) I'm trying to think of how one cooks meat without grilling, broiling or roasting - frying? Did people who fried meat fare better?!
2) The definition of high blood pressure will be arbitrary.
4) It was so easy to take apart the 'burnt toast' non-sense, this would probably be similar - I'm just working on next Monday's note already (on the 5-2 diet!) Bye for now - Zoe
I’ve been told the following info from a member on an unofficial Harcombe Group on Facebook.
“(My name) if you stay on P1 for more than 5 days, you need to follow the no mixing rule from day 6. This also means you no longer need to limit your carbs to 50g.”
This all started after someone else was talking about staying on P1 and eating her porridge oats with NLY. The advice given was for NLY to be low fat. I queried why low fat if you’re staying on P1 and got the above message.
I’ve read Zoë’s post re the yogurt I prefer, I’m scanning the various books I have and the Getting Started booklet but I can’t find anything about no mixing after day 5 on P1 or needing to change from my 10% Total yogurt to a low fat one. My ‘go to’ guide for P1 is the handy little summary card but I’m concerned now that I’ve fundamentally misunderstood something about mixing on P1 and low fat yogurt.
Please, can anyone clarify what (if any) changes there are to P1 if staying on it for longer than 5 days? I’ve no desire to move onto P2 as the grains/cereal/pulses additions don’t suit me.