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PostPosted: Sun Aug 05, 2018 9:24 pm 
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What time should I start drinking today?


30 minutes ago


I kinda knew it but just wanted to check with the professionals first.


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 05, 2018 9:27 pm 
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PBFMullethunter wrote:
What time should I start drinking today?



You aren't drinking already?

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 9:37 am 
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Twelve and a half stone monkey fuckers....


I've managed to get myself under 18 stone (252 lbs / 114.5kgs) for the first time in twenty years... And I'm still dropping.

Have lost c. 4 stone (60lbs / 27kg) since mid-May...

Just started gardening...

And stopped eating anything white, anything wheat-y, and dairy.

And lots and lots of fucking.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 12:47 pm 
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Still fat here. Almost as fat as I was on that bike ride I did 5 years ago, which Facebook reminded me of today.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 2:22 pm 
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I could be about 15 pounds lighter, but I don’t care.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 6:53 pm 
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Still fat here. Almost as fat as I was on that bike ride I did 5 years ago, which Facebook reminded me of today.

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We know wo ate all the pies. Fffs ...bat fastard.






Can we get a photoshop guys?

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 8:19 pm 
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barcelona wrote:
Twelve and a half stone monkey fuckers....


You don't half gob off for a puny little girl who is scared to get on the fucking train.

Who ate all the sertraline?


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Twelve and a half stone monkey fuckers....


You don't half gob off for a puny little girl who is scared to get on the fucking train.

Who ate all the sertraline?




One day I'll get on a train just so I can spit in your eye.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 9:09 pm 
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 10:12 pm 
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Holyman wrote:
barcelona wrote:
Twelve and a half stone monkey fuckers....


I've managed to get myself under 18 stone (252 lbs / 114.5kgs) for the first time in twenty years... And I'm still dropping.

Have lost c. 4 stone (60lbs / 27kg) since mid-May...

Just started gardening...

And stopped eating anything white, anything wheat-y, and dairy.

And lots and lots of fucking.

:-bd



Heaviest I've ever been was almost 17 stone.. I felt like shit.

Losing weight has been great for my mind as well as my body..


My diabetes thanks me.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 11:31 pm 
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Mr stand on the sidelines... Mr mediocre... Mr don't involve me. Mr slacks....



You know I love you. O{DC}O

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 3:39 am 
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Holyman wrote:
And stopped eating anything white, anything wheat-y, and dairy.


Sans dairy is risky. Calcium deficiency and all that jazz.

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SomeGuy wrote:
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And stopped eating anything white, anything wheat-y, and dairy.


Sans dairy is risky. Calcium deficiency and all that jazz.


You just need to supplement with high-calcium insect larvae.
http://www.joshsfrogs.com/catalog/blog/ ... superfood/


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 9:04 am 
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SomeGuy wrote:
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And stopped eating anything white, anything wheat-y, and dairy.


Sans dairy is risky. Calcium deficiency and all that jazz.


Yet more propaganda.

This time from the Milk Marketing Board..!! >>::$

Let's not mess about here. The Recommended Daily Intake of calcium for an adult is about 1000mg a day.

A tablespoon of poppy seeds provides 126mg (13%). A tin of sardines will give you 350mg (35%).

Then there is spinach, bok choy and kale… A portion of either will give you 25% of your RDI.

And oranges. I *LOVE* oranges. A single orange has about 6% of your RDI for calcium… And a whole ton of other good shit to boot.

And then there is soya.

Soy milk doesn’t have as much calcium in it as cow juice.

So the manufacturers fortify the soy milk with calcium, so that it has the same amount (or more) as bovine tit secretions.

And soy milk is cholesterol-free, has less saturated fat than the stuff Daisy is giving away, it will actually lower “bad” cholesterol, and is a plant-based source of protein.

So I don’t think I need worry about osteoporosis any time soon.

Though I appreciate your concern SG.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 10:31 am 
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^^^This, pretty much across the board when it comes to nutrition.

I drink milk, kinda a lot of it. If i'm smashing training then around 3 pints a day? Maybe one pint on a normal day.
Its a go to protein shake (the best!), readily available, cheap and just bloody easy.

However, being so complex it has loads of stuff in it, so a great thing if you are lost in the arctic, or 6 weeks old. But it also has a lot of stuff you could probably do without when no longer an infant.

So if we are a little bit dumb regarding biochemistry (some people don't study biochem, wankers....) then eating those complex animal foods like meat, eggs and milk will serve you up all you need and more, no worries.
I reckon vegetarianism is probably for the best, but one has to be a bit more savvy (esp vegan) or you'll become malnourished in a few months', and that can suck balls, not that any of us fat bastards would have experienced that.

Missus' kid is all of a sudden vegetarian (prolly cause of a band, idk...), so I'm taking this on as a bit of a project. How to squeeze in the appropriate nutrients without the usual suspects and make it nommy?


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 10:44 am 
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I don’t want to preach or anything, but I have to say that in terms of Nominess, vegetarian meals are hard to beat.

It’s the variety of ingredients and opportunity for creativity.

Building a meal around a hunk of meat is straightforward enough, but tends to focus you in the Main Event… “Sides” are incidental attempts to make the meal look “balanced”.

But when you don’t have the slab of meat to build around, you have to get inventive… And fortunately, whilst we human beings generally only eat about four or five different varieties of meat (depending on your cultural heritage, of course), there are about a kabillion different varieties of non-meat food to play mix n’ match with.

But if you really can’t get away from something substantial as the centre-piece of a meal, there are *SO* many brands of meat-substitute foods these days, and the likes of Quorn and “Linda McCartney” have really dug into making non-meat food taste and feel like meat… So you can always fall back on those.

Or at a push: fish.

I eat fish, here and there… ‘Cos I figure it’s mostly Free Range. And it’s the industrialisation of meat production that I object to… Not the eating of cute, doe-eyed animals, who should really be living full and rewarding lives… Until they get savaged by some natural predator.

One way or another, all the building and re-building of our bodies is done with whatever we stick in our gobs.

I know I’m not the fittest or healthiest person on the Planet… So I reckon I need to make sure that whatever goes in my gullet, in order to construct Holyman v47.02.03.06.42, is of at least a reasonably high quality..!

But I have to say… If you like your food… Vegetarian dishes offer the kind of variety and diversity that meat dishes can only dream of.

Don’t become a vegetarian.

Just eat more vegetarian food.

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Glass of ice cold 3.5% milk after my runs. Yum. Prolly a pint a day. Love the milk in Japan (unpasteurized) and 4.5%. Go for a run in 35 degree weather and then pound a pint. Lovely.

I did the vegan thing for a bit...I think I made it 3 days. Learned lots of great recipes. Vegan potato skins with nutritional yeast flakes...fuck they're good. Go really good with steak. They don't fill you up so you can really pack back the meat.

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tgrant wrote:
Glass of ice cold 3.5% milk after my runs.


Could be interpreted one of two ways...

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:35 pm 
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I got slightly addicted to ice cold milk with ice cubes in it last year... Was drinking upto 4 litres a day at one point.....

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:43 pm 
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tgrant wrote:
Glass of ice cold 3.5% milk after my runs. Yum. Prolly a pint a day. Love the milk in Japan (unpasteurized) and 4.5%. Go for a run in 35 degree weather and then pound a pint. Lovely.


Hmmmm........I might need to try that. I drink at least a gallon of milk a week between my morning cereal and a occasional glass with dinner.

I pretty much cut out the diet soda and only drink cold green tea after my runs now.

Still holding pretty steady at 205. I'd like to lose those last 5-10 pounds, but I am unwilling to drastically change my diet to do so. I still look pretty trim and can fit in all my clothes from 10+ years ago.


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Milk???


Are you guys 8 years old??


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PBFMullethunter wrote:
Milk???


Are you guys 8 years old??


I drink more than an 8 year old does on average. It has results, my bones are nigh unbreakable and I've never broken one (not for a lack of trying, see the canyon tumble I took this last June).

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SomeGuy wrote:
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Are you guys 8 years old??


I drink more than an 8 year old does on average. It has results, my bones are nigh unbreakable and I've never broken one (not for a lack of trying, see the canyon tumble I took this last June).



I too have incredibly strong bones...

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Foota wrote:

I pretty much cut out the diet soda and only drink cold green tea after my runs now.


Told ya it's fucking good. Not at first but it builds on ya. You should look for Mugicha. It's decaf...awesome stuff for kids.

I try to take in minimal calories through liquid...don't know if there's anything to it but water and unsweetened tea are pretty much it. The odd beer and glass of milk. Ice cold milk after a run. Tough to beat man (also...cookies). Oddly enough we just got back from the annual pilgrimage to Japan and I spent most of July drinking a beer or two a day. Didn't put on any weight ...though that could have been the extra 4 hours a day walking around...also the 40+degree weather made walking to the park feel like a 10 minute walk through a sauna.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2018 2:28 am 
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tgrant wrote:
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I pretty much cut out the diet soda and only drink cold green tea after my runs now.


Told ya it's fucking good. Not at first but it builds on ya. You should look for Mugicha. It's decaf...awesome stuff for kids.

I try to take in minimal calories through liquid...don't know if there's anything to it but water and unsweetened tea are pretty much it. The odd beer and glass of milk. Ice cold milk after a run. Tough to beat man (also...cookies). Oddly enough we just got back from the annual pilgrimage to Japan and I spent most of July drinking a beer or two a day. Didn't put on any weight ...though that could have been the extra 4 hours a day walking around...also the 40+degree weather made walking to the park feel like a 10 minute walk through a sauna.


I drink 3 litres of cider a night and don't put on weight.....

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