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Has Anyone Else Realized A Metabolic Diet Ulitmatetly Leads One To Consume Primairly Liquids?

Discussion in 'Diet' started by Reaper242xx, Sep 17, 2018.

  1. Reaper242xx

    Reaper242xx Member

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    This was the biggest thing I noticed after shifting my diet over. Maybe it's just me and how my specific diet is tailored, but I usually find myself drinking most of my calories.

    Daily consumption:
    64oz of milk (well sugared)
    32oz of orange juice (salted, with gelatin added)
    32oz of coffee (sugared, salted, and collagen hydrolysate added)
    20oz of chicken bone broth (defatted, salted, and fresh lemon juice)
    8oz of Aroy-D coconut milk (no additives like gum, just pure 100% milk)
    raw carrot (usually with coconut butter)
    1lb of baby red potatoes
    1 egg (fried in butter or tallow)
    2-4oz of cheese
    couple pieces of fruit (usually pears, mangoes, and applesauce)

    Weekly consumption:
    5oz of grassfed beef liver (twice weekly)
    8oz of oysters (4 times weekly)
    mineral broth made from kale (once or twice weekly)
    cooked button mushrooms ( two or three times weekly)
    3-4lbs of meat weekly (beef, lamb, cod, lean skinless chicken breast)

    I'm pretty sure I'm drinking over 50% of my total calories, and probably well over 80% of my daily caloric intake. Does anyone else put up numbers similar to this?
     
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    Yes. I used to find it difficult, but now I find it tremendously convenient. Most of these foods require minimal or no preparation.
     
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    Reaper242xx

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    Yeah I don't mind it, in fact it is pretty easy like you said. I just keep thinking about mainstream nutrition practices. Drinking calories is a big no no, lol.
     
  4. Dobbler

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    Not really. I dont drink milk, my protein comes from beef, seafood and eggs. I do drink 1-2 L of OJ daily, and alot of fruit.
    It doesn't feel liquid to me atm. I salt everything heavily.
     
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    Reaper242xx

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    How do you keep your calcium/phosphate balance in check?
     
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    I think fructose lowers phosphate. Other than that, i don't really care. Phosphate is least of my worries right now.
     
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    Reaper242xx

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    Fair enough, I was just curious about your calcium sources. Calcium is one of the key minerals for improving metabolic function, among other things like lowering blood pressure. In fact I personally had high blood pressure back when I was doing the whole paleo thing. Didn't matter how much potassium I ate, by BP never improved. But after consuming milk I noticed it significantly improved.
     
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    The Ray Peat liquid diet is a meme.
     
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