Veggies only - No Fruits

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Derek D.
Joined: 1/02/2014

Hello,

Just received my new NutriBullet for Christmas and I'm stoked... However I'm starting a new meal plan which involves removing all sugars... As I'm going through all the recipes, they have have fruits in them, which are sugars... Are there any recipes without fruits, just vegetables?  I'd really appreciate having recipes with greens and veggies only.  Thanks.

Sincerely,

 

Derek

My husband is also on a liver shrinking diet in prep for a surgery. I need veggies only recipes also
jonin6 wrote:

Hello,

Just received my new NutriBullet for Christmas and I'm stoked... However I'm starting a new meal plan which involves removing all sugars... As I'm going through all the recipes, they have have fruits in them, which are sugars... Are there any recipes without fruits, just vegetables?  I'd really appreciate having recipes with greens and veggies only.  Thanks.

Sincerely,

 

Derek

You can modify all recipes to remove the fruits. Here are some that you can try and remove the fruit from the ingredients list: http://www.nutriliving.com/recipes/lean-and-green http://www.nutriliving.com/recipes/veggie-weight-loss-blast http://www.nutriliving.com/recipes/veggie-delight
Don't forget that many of the foods we think of as vegetables are actually fruits, but they "behave" more like veg because they are so relatively low in sugars. These include cukes, peppers, tomatoes, summer squashes like zucchini, and even avocados. Use them liberally along with your leafy greens, herbs and boosts for awesome blasts that are lower glycemic than those which include what we traditionally think of as fruit!
Derek just remember the body does need some sugar otherwise you will have a diabetic coma. You can not live with out some sugar. The impostance is to eat low glycemic foods. All veggies that are fiber rich are low glycemic foods. Healthy wishes Wally Bishop C.N.C.
Hello!! Today I haveHello!! Today I have committed my new lifestyle with nutribullet. I am also on a no gluten no yeast(sugar can cause yeast/candida overgrowth) no sugar diet!! Ive done a lot of research and there are a cppl of fruits that can be eaten in small amounts. Blueberries black and red raspberries apples and not to sure about pears. (go online and search for what can u eat with a no sugar/yeast diet. It is a little overwhelming to look at the menu ideas knowing that most of them don't fit what ur docs say is allowable in our diets!! Im also gluten sensitive so that cuts out some of the recipies as well!! So im going to adjust my menu according to what I am allowed to eat!! tammy
Congratulations on your new journey! Keep us posted on your progress! healthy wishes Wally Bishop C.N.C.
Congratulations on your new journey! Keep us posted on your progress! healthy wishes Wally Bishop C.N.C.