Reboot finished! Now what?

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  • Dahlia

    8 hours ago


    I had dates and hazelnuts which I wanted to use. Found this great Paleo cookie recipe. Here is the link Hazelnut , it is gluten free and vegan. The sweetness comes from a banana and dates. It tastes like a nutty banana cookie. Instead of the flax mixture, which replaces the egg, I used one egg and 1/2 tsp of baking powder. I added 1/2 tsp. of vanilla as I think that vanilla rounds flavours. Watch the time, as mine were done in 20 minutes.






    It the background is a loaf of sourdough bread. Finishing on the stove, is a pot of bone broth. Getting food ready for the weekend as we have another busy weekend.

  • david44

    12 hours ago
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  • Dahlia

    8 hours ago

    Hi

    Did you mean Marconi Union's 'Weightless' Track'?

  • Steve

    2 days ago


    Hi everyone, today is my last day on my 30 day self guided Reboot. I don't want you to think I was doing 5 juices a day, but I was doing smoothies, juices, salad @ lunch, and dinner with an emphasis on veggies for the whole time. But now, I am going to cut back on the juicing and smoothies and I feel a little scared of reverting back to my old ways. Hoping this group can help me along.

  • Shari

    1 day ago

    I found that after a 63-day juice only reboot that my tastes changed, but the holidays killed that. It can be a challenge with all the unhealthy "food" around these days, but it can be done. I found it's just a matter of getting in the right mindset and being determined to do what is best for yourself. It does take some will power.

  • Dahlia

    1 day ago

    Hi Steve and welcome. As Shari said holidays and gatherings pose the most risks.

    I think what is important is to be aware of what I am eating. When I eat fruits, vegetables, nuts, olive oil, meats and fish, I either maintain my weight or drop pounds and seldom feel hungry. If I have a sugar treat or a glass of wine, then I am hungry and start nibbling everything in sight. My current focus is learning new behaviours around holidays and gatherings both during and after the event. Depriving myself or overindulging during the event has not worked in the past. I need to find a happy medium and the next day go back to my eating plan even if it means throwing out food that does not fit in my plan.

    For me, it is a journey of discovery and education to finding my forever eating plan. The members of this group have been very generous in sharing their research and insights on what works for them and I am looking forward to reading about your journey. Just know that we all go through good days and bad days. The important thing is to get back in the game when we fall.

  • Jolene Wise

    11 hours ago

    hi Steve, I felt the same way! My goal was 30 days of juice only, no problem and on day 30 I just did not feel in my heart I was ready to stop. So now it is day 35 and I really want to make it to 60. Good luck to you and please keep your fingers crossed for me!

  • Dahlia

    8 hours ago

    Hi Jolene,great to hear from you. I am supporting you on your journey. You will know when it is time to end your reboot. I am attaching this link .When is it time to end reboot from the nutrionists at this site for your information.

  • Leslie

    3 days ago


    Took Wyatt out to lunch had a salad and Ice tea with friends. It was fun I was late! First I left 6 min. late, Then I got redirected going to pick Wyatt up, just missed a fatal accident which was lucky then had a half hour detour. Once I left the house I used my GPS and was directed the long route so an extra 10 minutes because of that, plus I had a struggle getting the car seat in the car correctly. And I wanted to be sure that I had it in there perfect especially after seeing the car crash!..

  • RM

    4 days ago


    Hello Healthy Friends, this is a quick in and out update for me. The height of our annual budget deadlines are next week, and I have been working everyday to prepare. All is well with me, just no time to chat. I did get Dr. Perlmutter's new book and look forward to reading it next weekend. I am NOT working next weekend. It is for play and fun only.



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  • Dahlia

    4 days ago
    Have a healthy and productive week, RM.
  • Leslie

    4 days ago


    Thank-you for the links Dahlia there are recipes as well. Recipes for after the reboot

  • Dahlia

    4 days ago

    Thanks for the link. There are great recipes.

  • Dahlia

    4 days ago


    Reboot almost over. Here are articles from the reboot nutritionists.



    .beyond the reboot



    How Transition to plant based eating



    How to transition out

  • Dahlia

    4 days ago


    Wishing everyone a restful and peaceful Sunday. How did your week go, RM? Is your computer fixed Sophie? How were the first two days of after reboot Jolene?

  • Leslie

    5 days ago


    Hi Everyone! I have been busy with the garden. Pulled all the weeds in my raised beds over a week ago and now I have all kinds of asparagus coming up! I planted 3 varieties of Kale, and will be pulling out the old kale as quickly as I can juice it! It is starting to bolt, so no new leaves but some good ones are still there. So far I planted beets, Chard, the kale and some lettuces. I have some good looking red cabbage that should be ready in a few weeks, broccoli and green cauliflower. Today i am going to walk then pull the cages from the ground where my tomatoes grow I plan to amend the soil then rototill and relocate the cages when I am ready to plant the tomatoes. I put 21 tomato plants into 1 gallon containers and they will sit in the greenhouse for 3 weeks before it is past our frost date. I have portable greenhouse covers that I will cover them with for a week so they can acclimate to the outdoors.I love this time of year! My daffodils are in bloom and some of my early iris are also blooming.










  • Dahlia

    5 days ago
    Hi Leslie So envious that you are gardening and the daffodils are blooming in your area. We will not be there until May. Your pictures brought smiles especially when looking at that handsome child 'tip toeing through the ' daffodils!
  • Shari

    4 days ago

    The pictures are beautiful. Like Dahlia, we won't be in the gardening weather until May, although we have some flowers blooming here such as forsythia and a few daffodils here and there. Some trees have started to bloom. I just hope our last snow and ice storm didn't mess up the flowers. We had a sprinkling of snow last night.

  • ImageMaker

    4 days ago

    Love the flowers the garden looks so lush. So pretty a real green thumb.

  • Dahlia

    5 days ago


    A quick weekly update before taking off for the day.



    Still on the no alcohol, milk products, or sugar. Apart from that I am eating to satisfy hunger. Some days I eat breakfast or snacks , other days not as I am not hungry. I eat mainly nuts, seeds, vegetables, limited fruits, meat and fish and lots of soups made with bone broth. Carbs are limited as I find that my hunger increases when I eat rice and pasta, so I only had it twice this week, in small amounts as a side to a fish dish.



    I am still maintaining my exercise routine as outlined last Saturday. We had wierd weather patterns this week, so I shovelled snow twice this week, then we had two days of spring weather so I extended my walk on those two days.



    On the energy side, it is still going strong. I have a busy social weekend, so will need to pay attention to the food I eat.



    So far, since March 1, I have lost 4 lbs which is a bonus. My goal in changing my eating plan was not weight loss, it is for health. For those joining us recently, I had gained twelve pounds from Canadian thanksgiving to March 1, when I started eating sugar and carbs again. I know better than to eat sugar products, even if homemade, as it affects my energy levels.



    This video may be of interest to some Eating to reduce carbs . Even though this video is about a study conducted with diabetics and pre-diabetics, it addresses many of the issues we face to find our 'forever eating plan', stop the yoyo dieting, and eat to optimize our bodily functions.

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