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blindbob blindbob 26-30 10 Answers Aug 11, 2013 in Food

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Not at all. If you are adding proteins and maybe fruits and dairies like cheese or yogurt dressings you will probably benefit greatly.

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what's a yogurt dressing?

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A salad dressing made with yogurt instead of oil and vinegar, or in addition to some oil and vinegar. For those who like creamy salad dressings. Very versatile and good for you.

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i love creamy dressings so that might be a plus for me. can u buy a yogurt based dressing at the grocery store? what are some good brands?

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You might be able to, but I've never noticed one and have always simply made my own. Yogurt is sharp so I usually tone it down with a little olive oil, then add whatever flavor I have a hankering for. Here's a general recipe:
1 part organic plain yogurt (or kefir)
1/2 part olive oil
1/2 part Dijon mustard
garlic and/or seasoning to taste
--you can add or subtract whatever you want; perhaps add a few drops of sesame oil for a nutty flavor, chop up fresh herbs(as much and whatever you want), blend in a soft fruit or minced nuts or anything, really. Even add some cream cheese, though that (and nuts) really pack in the calories; still, they're healthy calories.

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Sounds delicious~ Thank you

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You could add some cheese for calcium & meat or hard-boiled eggs for protein so I believe it could be a healthy way to eat. Probably healthier than most people eat.

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Not if you do it right, ask if you want to know.

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As long as you include enough protein, vitamins, and healthy fats, no.

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as long it's not made with packaged greens bought in Ohio or Nebraska tainted with Cyclospora

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If you want a short rest of your life, then go for malnutrition. No problem.

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do u think it's impossible to get adequate nutrition eating this way?

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Yes, malnutrition and possible death from malnutrition is a real possibility. Humans have over 2 million years of evolution that have reduced our digestive system to optimize for cooked meat. Compared to herbivore primates (chimps, gorillas, etc.)) our teeth and our digestion is much smaller in proportion to our needs. Chimps also spend 8 hours per day just chewing raw vegitables. We don't have the teeth or the time to do that, nor the guts to disgest it.

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i have stuff on my salads (chicken, broiled shrimp, turkey, cheese, egg, almond slices, cherry tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, etc) not all at once, but I alternate.

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No danger at all salad and turkey dinner, salad and big steak, salad and prawns, salad and sausages and burgers.

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i mean that the salad is the meal, not the side. like i'd make the salad and put the turkey, steak, prawns, or sausage on as the toppings.

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Salads on there own are not healthy, not enough protein, you will die after about 3 weeks.

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I guess you would lack proteines. We need a certain percentual of it a day (I do not remember the precise number). To get it we may eat meat or beans (but beans in a impratical amount).<br />
I'm not a doctor, so, I suggest you to question a specialist about, to make your way healty and safety.

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i alternate chicken, turkey, and broiled shrimp on my salads. I also make my salads with spinach and romaine lettuce.

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Ok for chicken and turkey. That may be enough.

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