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Can you live off of beans, rice and broccoli?
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[quote:Lindalee:MV8yMDUzMTcwXzM0NTA5MTg4XzI2Q0FENzc0] [quote:Anonymous Coward 27850102:MV8yMDUzMTcwXzM0NTA5MTYxX0MxOTU0MjVF] [quote:strgzr:MV8yMDUzMTcwXzM0NTA5MTMzXzUyRUNENzM3] I don't know specifically, I'd say it's better than 90% of what other americans eat. The native americans ate what has been called the trinity. Corn, beans, and squash. Throw in a few squirrels and whatever else comes to hand, you have a balanced diet. [/quote] Sounds like my kind of meal minus the squirrel. It's just when I eat a certain amount of meat I feel sluggish and not as vital. A little bit is okay, but the average meat intake of an American makes me feel bad. [/quote] Sounds great ! :hf: [/quote]
I eat this almost everyday and I can't get enough of it. Only thing I do is add a little shredded cheddar to my broccoli. I drink water only and I take vitamin C supplements. If this diet is sufficient enough, what's the least things I can add to it to make it more complete?
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