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Healthy food - recommendations

Post by Davros » Mon Feb 13, 2017 11:24 am

Asking for a TOTY nomination here.

After Xmas my colon was packed tighter than a Bavarian sausage. Frankly I felt full, old and exhausted. Anyway I have been trying eat a lot more vegetables. Recently I discovered this kick arse cauliflower curry dish. The gas release was like pulling the valve on a Nazi airship. I felt about a stone lighter.

Anyone recommend any good cook books, sites, meal etc...that are heavy in fish and or Veges.

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Post by steve shearer » Mon Feb 13, 2017 12:53 pm

there's plenty but try a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar in some water upon waking.

Lot of mumbo jumbo but there seems a fair weight of evidence in controlling blood sugar and improving insulin response.
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Post by Davros » Mon Feb 13, 2017 1:00 pm

Will try that. Ta

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Post by crabmeat thompson » Mon Feb 13, 2017 1:43 pm

anti oxidants are the go. chilli, dark chocolate, ginger, kale, green tea.

Simplest and easiest way to get things moving is an arvo green tea. but not any green tea. You can get this tetley one which is steamed, so it has all the good stuff in it.

I squeeze a small lemon into a mug, a large tbl spoon of raw honey and double dunk 2 green teabags in it. do that every day for 2 weeks, and you see stuff you ate in high school in your stool.

A great little spicy meal is broccoli sliced long ways, with 5-6 birds eye chillis sliced into qtrs. put a good amount of oil in a pan, then chilli, then tons of soy sauce, and sear off the broccoli so it's still crunchy. goes great with rice on its own, or as a side dish with an omelette or rice or fish & rice.

A warm beetroot salad is always good and goes great with chicken or fish.

3 or 4 Fresh beetroot, a qtr cabbage, 3 cloves of garlic, a carrot and some beans/ snow peas.

Heat a fry pan up with coconut oil. add the garlic, cube the beetroot & add that. cook for 5-6 mins, then add carrot and beans cook for another 2 mins. then add cabbage and let wilt. serve it with some protein like salmon or chicken.


avoid red meat, imo. it's just terrible for you.
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Post by Davros » Mon Feb 13, 2017 1:49 pm

6 chillis :shock:

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Post by RickyG » Mon Feb 13, 2017 2:28 pm

steve shearer wrote:there's plenty but try a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar in some water upon waking.

Lot of mumbo jumbo but there seems a fair weight of evidence in controlling blood sugar and improving insulin response.
The owner of the gym I go to got me onto that a while ago, except I have lemon or lime squeezed into a glass of water with some himalayan rock salt (I thin kit does the same as the vinegar).

Can't recall exactly what it's supposed to do but tends to wake me up and help create a perfectly formed stool before my morning shower :-D-:
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Post by Yuke Hunt » Mon Feb 13, 2017 3:24 pm

RickyG wrote: a perfectly formed stool
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Post by Beerfan » Tue Feb 14, 2017 10:31 am

Davros wrote:Asking for a TOTY nomination here.

After Xmas my colon was packed tighter than a Bavarian sausage. Frankly I felt full, old and exhausted. Anyway I have been trying eat a lot more vegetables. Recently I discovered this kick arse cauliflower curry dish. The gas release was like pulling the valve on a Nazi airship. I felt about a stone lighter.

Anyone recommend any good cook books, sites, meal etc...that are heavy in fish and or Veges.
Fry up a whole cabbage with onion and chilli. Eat some of it every day with lunch or dinner of both if keen.
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Re: Healthy food - recommendations

Post by brendo » Tue Feb 14, 2017 6:36 pm

get Metamucil or cheaper option pysillium husks, which is all Metamucil is without flavouring. make a smoothy throw in a couple
of tablespoons. drink it fast cause it soaks up the liquid and its turns into a thick paste. when it hits your gut it just sucks everything
up and out it comes! your crap will be supersized.
also the apple cider vinegar is gold. I was put onto it in my early 20s when a bunch of older lennox locals took me to gland. they
had done 15+ trips each and swore by it. no bali belly, good energy levels etc. I had a few other mates with me laughing about
drinking it every morning. but guess who got bali belly? old locals and me 0 , smartass upstarts 4 lol

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Post by Yuke Hunt » Tue Feb 14, 2017 6:59 pm

Never underestimate the benefits of taking Viagra and LSD simultaneously ... with apple cider vinegar of course.
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Post by tootr » Wed Feb 15, 2017 12:08 pm

Have a coffee enema twice a week.
only with a good barista though.
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Re: Healthy food - recommendations

Post by Davros » Wed Feb 15, 2017 12:35 pm

Funny I was just talking about enemas in another thread.

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Post by channels » Wed Feb 15, 2017 9:58 pm

Breakfast smoothie

Almond milk
Banana
Handful of mixed berries
Few pieces of mango
Teaspoon of chia seeds
Teaspoon of psyllium husks
Teaspoon of Protein powder (I use Pea protein) - this keeps you full until lunch.

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Re: Healthy food - recommendations

Post by RickyG » Thu Feb 16, 2017 1:00 pm

channels wrote:Breakfast smoothie

Almond milk
Banana
Handful of mixed berries
Few pieces of mango
Teaspoon of chia seeds
Teaspoon of psyllium husks
Teaspoon of Protein powder (I use Pea protein) - this keeps you full until lunch.
I should try that. Rarely make to 10.00am before I'm starving again.
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Post by steve shearer » Thu Feb 16, 2017 5:26 pm

I don't get protein powder.

there are so many abundant sources of high quality naturally occurring protein, why do you need a processed source?
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Post by Cranked » Thu Feb 16, 2017 6:04 pm

steve shearer wrote:I don't get protein powder.

there are so many abundant sources of high quality naturally occurring protein, why do you need a processed source?
Well exactly, you should get it, as its made from whey which is "an abundant sources of high quality naturally occurring protein".

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Re: Healthy food - recommendations

Post by Beanpole » Thu Feb 16, 2017 10:00 pm

tootr wrote:Have a coffee enema twice a week.
only with a good barista though.
Do they do that little design bit with the froth?

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