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How much coconut oil is considered too much?

Discussion in 'HCG Protocol' started by usmile777, Apr 2, 2012.

  1. vlynnb

    vlynnb Gold

    Also, some people who are allergic to milk can't eat butter unless it is the ghee form - just the fat, not any solids that might cause inflammation.
     
  2. cljcj04@gmail.com

    cljcj04@gmail.com New Member

    I had eggs once, but I am not eating them this time around. I am using butter so where do I get ghee and what is that exactly. Colleen, do you stay away from fruit? If not, when do you eat the fruit? Do you eat 2 or 3 times a day? Do you have veggies ewith every meal? It's sounds like Dr. K says to stay away from them at breakfast time and just eat protein and fat, is that right? I really want to do this thing right. I was also wondering if I should stay away from pork also? Do you have some site where I can look for the inflammitory ratings on food?
     
  3. what is cocoa crack? and where do you get it? LOL
     
  4. Croak

    Croak New Member

  5. Cron23

    Cron23 New Member

    Funny I made up a similar recipe. Now that my garden is going I add chopped up "Chocolate mint leaves" from my garden but you can use regular mint(peppermint leaves)- makes it taste like mint chocolate. Also, sometimes I add a bit of Chia seeds with the coconut flakes and it tastes like a Nestle Crunch (the chia seeds add that crispy taste! Can't wait until my blueberries, raspberries etc., start producing for more delicious chocolate.

    Also the straight ice cube trays (for water bottle ice cubes) are great for making chocolate 'bars'



    http://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?recipe=2054793
     

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