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    What foods to avoid on IG diet?

    Hi,

    Can anyone point me in the direction please of a list of foods not allowed on the diet? I know it says if it isn't on the list, you shouldn't have it. But is there a list of the really bad ones due to potassium etc?

    Thanks.

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    Hiya Gecon

    If you wanted to know all the really bad food I'd read the boy diet cook book as they'll all be on there!
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    Great idea, Lavenderlime.

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    Def no red meat, no potatoes, no bananas, and no salt
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    Avoid Garlic, Onion, and Celery they can increase testoserone. Nearly all white fleshed fruits and veggies have potassium in it so limit to 1 a day or none. Don't use any premade or frozen meals, spice mixes, or dressings.
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    Looks like you got some great answers! I would say the number one thing to avoid is red meat and dark meat poultry.

    Just wanted to let you know that we do things differently on this site than on the IG site. I'm happy to help translate the IG-FAQ-ese for people (after all, I was swaying mod on there too for awhile) but I just wanted to let you know that I don't necessarily agree with the advice they give on there, esp. in the area of diet.

    http://genderdreaming.com/forum/show...he-magic-foods
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    PLEASE STOP SENDING ME SWAYING QUESTIONS VIA PRIVATE MESSAGE. Post swaying questions in the forums ONLY. Private Messages are NEVER the best way to get in contact with me quickly about sway-related questions. You will always hear from me in the forums much faster. Let's reserve PM's for technical issues and people who have very personal private issues. That way I can help more people much more quickly.

    Please give me a reasonable amount of time (3-5 days) to answer questions in the free forums before bumping. I answer from oldest to newest so if you bump your question too soon it will only take me longer to reply. Custom Swayers, you will always hear from me in 24 hours (48 very rarely, usually on holidays) so if you don't, please bump your post in a day since occasionally I do miss a question now and then.

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