The following FAQs are regarding food-related issues.
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Yes, horseradish is a condiment, but make sure it’s pure horseradish (without sugar or any other form of sweetener in the first three ingredients) and not horseradish “sauce.”
Most are BLE-friendly, but beware of any “balsamic vinegar” that appears thick, like syrup, as opposed to thin, like water. If it has the consistency of syrup, it’s not BLE-friendly. Other than that, white balsamic vinegar is fine and many flavored balsamic vinegars are okay, but some are overly sweet. Use the Four Questions module …
No, sugar-free gelatin is artificially sweetened and the sweet taste triggers cravings.
Yes, as long as it’s the “Original” or “Golden Flax” flavor, and not the “Cinnamon Raisin” or “Almond” flavors.
Yes. Count it as your vegetable and your fat serving, and weigh out the appropriate amount. For example, if you get 6 oz. cooked vegetables and 0.5 oz. oil on the weight loss food plan for lunch or dinner, you can weigh out 6.5 oz. Punjab Eggplant and count that for your vegetable and your …
Collagen capsules as a supplement are fine.
Yes, 2 oz. Lupin Flakes equal one protein serving.
Yes, 4 oz. caviar equals one protein serving.
No. Wine is still sugar and therefore is not Bright Line Eating friendly.
Bouillon cubes vary tremendously in calorie and fat content. If you can find cubes that are 10-30 calories, then one cube per day or less can be counted as a condiment.