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    Beef dripping, lard, duck fat, goose fat and butter are all good fats to cook with because they give you the best bang for your buck with suppressing hunger. If you use olive oil it has some appetite suppressing effect, but not as good as beef dripping. Stearic acid is the essential fatty acid found in beef and it is really good for you despite what the govt propaganda department guidelines attempt to get us to believe. I have heard recently that our mitochondria (the organelles within our cells which give us the energy our bodies need to run all metabolic functions) run much better on fats of animal origin.

    What you need to avoid is linoleic acid which is an omega-6 fatty acid because this does not have any appetite suppressing effect and does not provide our mitochondria with what they need. Linoleic acid is found largely in industrial seed oils such as canola (rapeseed) oil, soy bean oil, safflower oil, corn oil and flax seed oil.
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    Rather than grilling/baking protein try frying much tastier.
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    That's why I asked the question. Personally I like my veggies roast in a bit of goose or duck fat. Yum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roseymary View Post
    Rather than grilling/baking protein try frying much tastier.
    Especially if done in butter...yummm.
    Dear Stomach,you are bored,not hungry. So shut up.

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    Yep! Add a knob or two of butter. Perfect.

    And good luck!!

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    Do not pressure yourself into drinking more than you need, just go by the colour of your urine - pale yellow to just clear in colour.

    Hope this link works

    https://images.sampletemplates.com/w...ehydration.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChristineJ View Post
    Do not pressure yourself into drinking more than you need, just go by the colour of your urine - pale yellow to just clear in colour.

    Hope this link works

    https://images.sampletemplates.com/w...ehydration.jpg
    The link works fine Christine. A handy tool for when you cannot decide whether you are thirsty or not
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    Thank you everyone. I made it through day 1 fine so onward and upward.

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    Well done for sticking with it, Theresa
    Here on THD we say onwards and downwards
    Trust the process, the results will come

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    Well done for completing day one! It is so worth it, even if you start to feel a little rough while you are detoxing. I found days 2/3 the hardest but we are all different

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