[Sca-cooks] diet, was sugar problems

Tom Vincent Tom.Vincent at yahoo.com
Sat Aug 5 10:06:07 PDT 2006

I'd remove coconut oil (92% saturated fat) from that list. 

Personally, I stick completely with olive oil (a bit of canola, walnut, 
peanut, sesame and almond from time to time, though).

I don't know of any food that comes with corn syrup, other than 
processed/packaged foods.  Avoid them and avoid CS & HFCS.


Kirsten Houseknecht wrote:
> Replace *all* the trans fats, and solid at room temperature fats in your
> diet with
> Olive Oil
> Unhydrogenated coconut oil
> fish oil
> flax seed oil
> and then fill in with whatever other UN hydrogenated oils you like.
> replace any and all HF Corn Syrup in your diet with sugar, stevia, or honey
> add more of the good fats, and complex carbs to make it back up to the same
> calories you were eating.
> If you were overweight, you will lose some of it... possibly a lot of it.
> but i bet you will also find it hard to eat that many calories without them
> being packed in by the corn syrup.
> also in some peoples cases, olive oil and un hydrogenated fats tend to
> either reduce the apetite or have no effect, wheras a lot of the processed
> stuff increases your appetite.
> Kirsten Houseknecht
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