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in General Discussion
Posted May 20, 2007
you're skinny like a real vegan
in Health & Nutrition Programs
Posted May 18, 2007
How do you eat peas and beans, do you even eat them?
Posted May 17, 2007
Did Jakob got a little bit on his arms?
Posted May 11, 2007
aaaahaaaa she does
Posted April 26, 2007
Didn't know it was old, for me it was new
Posted April 25, 2007
If you visit any natural grocery or health food store these days, you'll notice there are a lot of soy cheese products available. The implied message from the name of these products is that they are made with soy milk, not dairy products, and are therefore either healthier for you or appropriate for people who wish to avoid cow's milk for health reasons. But what they don't tell you is that virtually every soy cheese product on the market is made with a dairy product. That ingredient is casein, a milk protein.
It is, in fact, casein that is associated with most of the health problems and complaints described by people who consume cow's milk and dairy products. Those complaints include chronic sinus congestion, constipation, and even symptoms resembling asthma. That's because casein is a difficult protein for human beings to digest, which is why it is present in smaller quantities in human breast milk.
Posted April 13, 2007
Sretan i tebi Uskrs i sve najbolje
In which town you were at?
Posted April 9, 2007
5-12 egg whites is rediculous and not doing anything for you. Its not so much that its bad for you but you don't absorb any of it. You just don't get egg protein that way. Your body doesn't break it down. Its like swallowing peanuts...they come out the way they go in. Try not chewing your egg whites well and see what happens, not try not chewing a soybean and see what happens...you'll notice the egg whites will still be egg whites. The only real way to absorb egg protein is if its baked into things or if your eat egg protein which is definately not a good idea. As for the protein total its way too much!!! Thats not even a question. Your eating more than 4 times the amount(assuming you'd actually absorb those egg whites) that I'm eating and I'm trying to lose muscle...also I'm a lot heavier than you are. If I were as light as you I'd only need 15-20g a day to maintain my muscle mass, which is 1/8 the amount you're eating.
As for the protein total its way too much!!! Thats not even a question. Your eating more than 4 times the amount(assuming you'd actually absorb those egg whites) that I'm eating and I'm trying to lose muscle...also I'm a lot heavier than you are. If I were as light as you I'd only need 15-20g a day to maintain my muscle mass, which is 1/8 the amount you're eating.
That guy is trying to get muscles and you are not probably man, a representative look that he would like to achieve. So your advices are not of a big help i think.
Saying that if you swallow an egg white it will come out as it get in is even from my vegan way of looking absurd.
If you look you'll also find studies that cigarettes don't give you cancer and that red meat specifically is good for you.
Well, in some way they don't give cancer. And in some way red meat is good for you.
Posted April 7, 2007
Totally different person
Posted March 22, 2007
They didn't even answer the mail i sent them
Posted March 6, 2007
It looks ok to me.
Posted March 4, 2007
Ok, now it is boring to say the same thing like the rest of the people, but you are really huge. You are breaking the myth of a skinny vegan.
The shoulders, the abs, the chest and the heands are looking big and pretty cut. Whatever you do, it is doing good.
I would also like to encourage you to take some new better pics so Robert can put you on a website.
Posted February 27, 2007
I send them a message asking if they are shipping in Croatia, hope they are
That is really really cheap, I wish this come in my countra very soon , and that is fair price for soy product i use wider soy80+ and i'm paying for 500g 13euros.
Hey gorilla!Thanx for being interested!My typical diet is based on up to 500 g oatflakes a day, 300 g potatos, some fruits, 2 times green salad, 400 g tofu, peanut butter, soy milk, rice cakes and about 150 g of soy protein powder. I usually eat this divided in about 6 - 8 meals. I dont have a special pre workout meal. Directly after the workout i take 100 g of dextrose, creatin and 30 g protein. So, high carb, high protein, moderate amount of fat.
Thanx for being interested!
My typical diet is based on up to 500 g oatflakes a day, 300 g potatos, some fruits, 2 times green salad, 400 g tofu, peanut butter, soy milk, rice cakes and about 150 g of soy protein powder. I usually eat this divided in about 6 - 8 meals. I dont have a special pre workout meal. Directly after the workout i take 100 g of dextrose, creatin and 30 g protein. So, high carb, high protein, moderate amount of fat.
How on earth do you eat 500g of oatflakes, it must takes you an hour to eat that
And 150g of soy protein powder??? Wich powder do you use and how much do you pay it? Because thats really a lot, for my stand of view.
Posted February 24, 2007
Don't know, i guess it have traces of milk. I now looked on my and it says "...soy & soy lechitin"
Posted February 20, 2007
Hey Tigress are you vegan or vegetarian?
Fuck yeah you look great
And the first lady is Tigress?
I mean you look great
in Bodybuilding/Strength Training
Those of you who use CEE, do you use it even on a days when you are not training? Or do you use it just on a training day?
Yep, agree, i would also add some little tinny meals in between the breakfast and lunch, and breakfast and dinner so that your metabolism speed up a little bit.
Posted February 15, 2007
how do you prepare kale?
i don't know if you make it ths way bt anyway, usually you throw the first water when you are "softening" kale before you cook them.
but you see, i don't know how this goes for steaming, i guess it probably flushshes in the water beneath
Posted February 14, 2007
2-3 weeks is a think a little time to see some change
f... yeah this looks mmmmm
Posted February 13, 2007
really great progress, the diffrence is obvious.
hey johnny could i get some of those advices