appropriate for all members of the family. Fried foods, fast foods, hydrogenated trans fats, cured meatshot dogs, sausages, bacon, bologna, pepperoni fixed with sodium nitrite. When the pork is cooked, leave it to cool slightly in the stock. The diet starts with the biggest step of all: elimination of wheat and other closely related grains (rye, barley, corn, oats, rice, millet, amaranth, bulgur). Day 2: Unwrap the pork and place on a board. Carefully lift the pork into the tray and make sure you get rid of any bits of vegetables or herbs as they will end up pressed into the pork. Add the pork to the pan, skin-side down be careful as it has a tendency to spit. Do not trim the fat off meat and purchase fattier cuts. Use the recipes in the Wheat, belly Blog, books, and cookbooks whenever cravings hit: cookies, muffins, brownies, coffee cake, cheesecake from the recipes can quell appetite with no downside.
Sugar-free foodspreferably stevia-containing, rather than aspartame; other safe sweeteners include monk fruit, erythritol, xylitol, and inulin. Meats-red meats, pork, fish, chicken, turkey, eggs. Fat-free or low-fat salad dressings, quick tips: For healthy breakfast choices, consider unlimited eggs, any style; foods baked from Wheat, belly recipes, such as pancakes, grainless granola; ground flaxseed as a hot cereal (e.g., with coconut milk, organic milk, or unsweetened almond milk; blueberries, strawberries. Flip it over and cook for 3-4 mins until browned. Avoid processed foods containing wheat, such as soy sauce, Twizzlers, Campbells Tomato Soup, salad dressings, taco seasoningexamine ALL labels and avoid any food with mention of wheat. For example, mix in 1 tbsp coconut oil to ground flaxseed hot cereal. (Consider free-range, grass-fed and/or organic sources.) Eat the fat! Weigh the pork down with another dish or some cans and leave to cool in the fridge overnight.
Healthy oils (preferably unheated, whenever possible)-olive, flaxseed, coconut, avocado, walnut. This is the same diet I advise patients in my office to follow that achieves spectacular reductions in weight, provides relief from joint pain and acid reflux, reduces triglycerides, shoots HDL upward, reduces small LDL particles (the #1 cause of heart disease in the.S! In view of the many new readers on the Wheat. (Its not a bad idea to avoid foods with labels! legumes/beans; peas; sweet potatoes and yams. Cheesesreal cultured cheeses only (not Velveeta or single-slice processed cheese). Never: Gluten-free foods made with rice flour, cornstarch, tapioca starch, or potato starch. Strain the juices into a jug or small saucepan, cover and chill. Or add 2 tbsp olive oil to eggs after scrambling. Cucumbers and spinach, for instance, generally dont come with labels.). Cover the pork with another sheet of cling film and cover with a flat tray or dish the tray must be completely flat as any indentations will be pressed into the pork.