Try stopping the canned pumpkin for four to six weeks, then eat a ton of it and see how it effects you.Â Â If you are sensitive to this product, you should notice a difference in the way you feel afterwards.
just curious what ways are you eating the pumpkin?? cant just be pies /tongue.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':P' /> just wondering cause i love pumpkin but not sure of many ways to eat it other than the regular few.
I make green smoothies with it and also soup with bone broth, coconut milk and diced sausage...that's about as creative as I can get for now! Oh and I use it as a facial mask, but you probably don't care much about that /smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
Pumpkin is relatively low carbohydrate, in fact itâ€Ÿs very low carbohydrate and
low calorie, which makes it the ideal carrier for things like butter, and egg yolks, and maybe
even a sugar alcohol. Iâ€Ÿm a big fan of bulletproof pumpkin pie where you can actually use the
pumpkin as a way to absorb more healthy fats but if you just want to steam it or just want to
puree it. I feed it to my kids quite often that way and they like it sometimes with cinnamon and
sometimes with just salt. Itâ€Ÿs definitely on the bulletproof diet but itâ€Ÿs not something you should
have by itself because it doesnâ€Ÿt have enough fat or protein in it but itâ€Ÿs a great vegetable that
isnâ€Ÿt going to have a big impact on your carb levels for the day. You donâ€Ÿt want to have too
much carb and it doesnâ€Ÿt have a ton of fructose in it either so itâ€Ÿs pretty good. Overall, Iâ€Ÿd put it
on the green side.
Yes this is awesome news for a pumpkin lover like myself!! Going to experiment with some ideas I have. And also if I open a can of pumpkin how should I keep it just covered in the fridge and how long will it last?
Anyone have a recipe for BP coffee with pumpkin?Â Â Something sort of like the Starbucks pumpkin latte?