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My Diet Log And Maybe A Few Other Things

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I'm not sure if BPA is banned where you live, but it's now banned in Canada.

I had to check this because I couldn't remember. A lot of companies over here now advertise BPA free but it's only banned from babies bottles. And yeah I know what you mean about other types of plastic, I don't want to be part of the generation that is testing all of this stuff out. Plus I don't like the fact that all the disposable plastics end up in my bin and then in the local dump. We had a new system of rubbish collection start last year and since then I've noticed just how much plastic is in our bin. We are getting better at reducing it though

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Hi guy's - Sunday's log,

Diet/Supps

Breakfast - Sweet potato, sesame seeds, salted butter, 1 cup of green vanilla tea

Lunch - 1 apple, 6 sesame rye crackers, 1 cup of green vanilla tea

Dinner - Stew at someones house (beef, potatoes, swede, turnip, corn, not sure about other ingredients)

Tea - treacle cake with custard, 1 mug of black tea, 1 banana

Skincare/Makeup

scrub, mask, salicylic acid, moist, deo

Sleep/Exercise

Bed 01:00, woke 08:00

Comments

Skin getting smoother, need to find a natural source of salicylic acid, maybe aspirin might have the same effect.

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need to find a natural source of salicylic acid

I read once that white willow bark was a good natural source, I've seen that sold in capsule form and also as a tincture. Berries are also a good source as well I think. smile.png


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I read once that white willow bark was a good natural source, I've seen that sold in capsule form and also as a tincture. Berries are also a good source as well I think. smile.png

Cheers Paul, I read that it was used by people in the '40s to add to food to kill bacteria so I assumed there must be a more natural way.

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