Well, then,It is not multigrain bread and you seem to have omitted the wine and (salted) butter.
Wonderful you have such access!Because of time zone differences, I can only post my dinner when you post your breakfast:
It has been my observation that nutritionists have changed their ideas of what consists an healthy diet about every decade in the past century. Meanwhile, the number of nutrition related diseases has exploded...I am a physician well trained in nutrition before any specialty! But now I am wearing my hat, not as an M.D., but as a PH.D. Biologist and at present am in a Major academic nutritionally based UCLA University Program with many specialists to learn from. “My ideas” or not mine, just the programs!
Jerome,It has been my observation that nutritionists have changed their ideas of what consists an healthy diet about every decade in the past century. Meanwhile, the number of nutrition related diseases has exploded...
This basically the Atkins Diet, which was popular in the 80s to lose weight. There is indeed some evidence that the diet is not that good for you, as we have populations who live on a diet of mainly meat (e.g. the Inuit) or eat more meat than the general population (e.g. butchers...).I agree that there are some major oddities in that we have diametrically opposed views. My older son follows a diet purposely high in animal fat and meat and avoids most grains and carbohydrates except in vegetables and fruit!
This diet worries me but there is data to cite in support of his diet.
One of our favourite meals that Anne served up last week. From scratch, chicken soup and dumplings in Central America:
* taken with my iPhone 6 in dim light