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  1. 1 Avocado 2 Carrots (may need chopping somewhat if your blender's blade isn't particularly strong) Half a Cucumber 2 teaspoons of Wheatgrass powder 2 teaspoons of Spirulina powder Chuck in a blender and add water (either 1/2 full or 3/4) Takes no time at all
  2. Well after foolishly eating some of what the rest of the family had last night (poorly combined spaghetti) I ended up being violently sick at quarter past 3 am and so I haven't eaten much today. Appetite went AWOL. 2 pints of water 1 pint of lime water 4 strawberries 1 kiwi 8 grapes 8 tomatoes 29 dates 2 bowls of oats steamed vegetables: 1 sweet potato, mange tout and peas. avocado dip (1 avocado, lemon juice, garlic) 1/2 pint of wheatgrass Stick a fork in me. I'm done.
  3. That could be interesting lol. Welcome to VBBF Chris!
  4. What's up everyone! Haven't been on in a while. I have had a bit of a reawakening of late and consequentially I am more focused. So starting from tomorrow seeing as I can't remember what I've had today...I am going to start a mlog on here to encourage me to eat better and if you're thinking 'why not post tomorrow then?' it's because I don't want to 'forget about it' and go back to eating bovine faecal matter. Life is lived in the Now and so I am posting this NOW as a pose to putting it on my mental to-do list for the future which never comes.
  5. Hey ChaserHun, don't worry too much about the chest separation. I have one that too and I worried for ages but I think lot's of folk have it. Look at Gerard Butler in the 300 (Leonidas), he has one! Well at least...in this pic he does. http://farm1.static.flickr.com/171/423995604_a3e53089cd.jpg
  6. NAKD BARS http://eatnakd.com/index.php/About-Nakd/Our-Products/Nakd-Bars.html
  7. Extract from phillip day's book: 'health wars' Just in case anyone here was having niggling intentions to revert!!! "We think we eat meat because we love it, because it gives us protein and makes us strong. But once again, consumption of meat, especially on the scale we are currently witnessing, does go against logic, common sense and instinct, if you stop and think for a moment. Humans are not natural carnivores: A carnivore's teeth are long sharp and pointed-all of them! WE have molars for crushing and grinding. A carnivore's jaws move up and down only, for tearing and biting. Ours can move from side to side for grinding. A carnivore's saliva is acid and geared to the digestion of animal protein; it lacks ptyalin, a chemical that digests starches. Our saliva is alkaline and contains ptyalin for the digestion of starch. A carnivore's stomach is a simply round sack that secretes ten times more hydrochloric acid than that of a non-carnivore. Our stomachs are oblong in shape, complicated in structure, and convoluted with a duodenum. A carnivore's intestines are three times the length of it's trunk, designed for rapid expulsion of animal proteins, which quickly rot. Our intestines are twelve times the length of our trunks and designed to keep food in them until all nutrients are extracted. The liver of a carnivore is capable of eliminating ten to fifteen times more uric acid than a non-carnivore's liver. Our livers have the capacity to elimintae only a small amount of uric acid. Uric acid is an extremely dangerous toxic substance that can wreak havoc in your body. All meat consumption releases large quantities of uric acid into the system. Unlike most carnivores and omnivores, humans do not have the enzyme uricase to break down uric acid. A carnivore does not sweat through the skin and has no pores. We do sweat through the skin and have pores. A carnivore's urine is acid. Ours is alkaline. A carnivore's tongue is rough, ours is smooth. Our hands are perfectly designed for plucking fruit from a tree, not for tearing the guts out of the carcass of a dead animal as are a carnivore's claws. .... Meat is a well known 'source of protein'. But what kind of protein? Animal protein! Humans cannot use and create human protein directly from the consumption of animal protein. The human has to break down the animal protein into its constituent amino acids and then reconstruct human protein from these building blocks. Proteins are formed from chains that can range anywhere from 50 to 200,000 amino acid links. these chains have to be deconstructed and recombined into human links, a procedure that is extremely tiring to the human, and also an extremely inefficient form of manufacturing protein. Flesh foods have very little going for them, in terms of their positive nutritive value, apart from vitamins B9 and B12, which are essential for human health. Even if you are eating meat for protein, you aren't, because the meat is almost always cooked, charbroiled, fried, boiled or roasted, which destroys much of its enzyme and amino acid benefit, converting these protein components into an acidic toxic gunk which the body will later have to neutralise and eliminate. Of course, if you were a true meat eater, you'd be chomping your beef, chicken and duck RAW to maximise the protection of the meat's amino acids, in the same way animals instinctively do in the wild." Dicuss!
  8. I drink Wheatgrass and IMO it is amazing. Because of the similarities between chlorophyll and blood cells, drinking it has been likened to getting a blood transfusion! After initially getting used to it I can see what they mean; a few sips and I feel instantly energised. Awesome. I am pretty sure that it is just as nutritious when regrown although I currently use the powdered version from bodykind so can't be sure. I don't think that Wheatgrass classifies as a 'grain' as such because it's the living green plant that you actually eat; not the seed or whatever that derives from it. Whenever I make a green smoothie I make a habit of putting in a spoon or so of wheatgrass and spirulina, I also drink it on it's own in water though.
  9. Thanks for the warm welcomes everyone! And yeah, Parkour is great fun Have to be careful though; I threw myself in at the deep end before I'd mastered the basics and suffered accordingly
  10. Hey everyone! What can I say? I am delighted and awed to found this forum. And do you know what? I actually STUMBLED it!!! How's that for manifesting haha! My name is Robert Hopkinson, I am 17, I live in Lincolnshire in the UK and I seriously want to gain some weight and bulk up. I have been vegetarian for the past 9/10 or so years and recently I read Phillip Day's book; 'Health Wars,' which has prompted me to go vegan where possible. (I say where possible because much of my family do not share my views, I am not in control of the weekly shopping and at time of writing I am a broke ass student so I can't buy my own stuff often) I seriously recommend everyone read that book if you haven't as it has more or less rock solid proof that humans aren't supposed to eat meat or diary products and it reveals all sorts of insane information about diseases. (For example AIDS being a complete scam and Cancer being 100% preventable). I realise that I might be being naive in saying this but the subject matter in my mind overules this. Anyway back to topic; I weigh 117 pounds and I am around 5'10 As far as diet is concerned I think I'm doing alright (though I definately need to start recording how much of what I am taking in vs. what I recquire which I haven't previously). The last time I ate chocolate was last september, dropped sugar and artificial products, diary products etc. Started using wheatgrass, spirulina and NCD. I do think that I recquire guidance regarding proportions of foodstuffs though. I have been cutting down the aerobic excercise (I used to do a lot of parkour) and getting under the iron more often but I definately feel as though somewhere I am going wrong. Anyway I'm pretty excited about this community as, well what can I say? I had to drop a lot of bad wingmen that don't understand all of this stuff and would rather go get pissed out of their heads every other night. Oh, and because I don't it makes me a social retard. Other info about me: I am into the Law Of Attraction (LOA) and do a lot of reading: Anthony Robbins, Bruce Lipton, Dan Millman, Stephen Richards, Jason Vale (wOOp!), Eckhart Tolle are my main favourites. http://www.myspace.com/cannedheatfoolosophy Add me peoples! Cheers for now!
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