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SoCold

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About SoCold

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  • Birthday 04/04/1944

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    Nutrition, food and it's affects on the body
  1. The point of Healthoid's post is a diet and regimen that gives you all of your required vitamins and minerals without taking a "fix-all" pill, as multivitamins are being deemed now. And it seems obvious he agrees the sun is beneficial, but the typical person can't be outside in adequate sun exposure throught the day to provide optimum vitamin d levels.
  2. Starting today, Saturday March 7th, 2009 my diet will consist of the following; 85% beef 15% vegetable (broccoli, asparagus, spinach) I will be drinking only water on this diet. No sodas, lemonades, teas, or the like. Everyday I will post what I ate that day and an updated picture of my face (the only spot I get acne at the moment). I will also write up a few sentences or a paragraph of how I felt that day. I use no topicals on my face and shower in warm water every two days (although I hav
  3. Chicken burrito with extra pinto beans and sour cream from Chipotle. Also a Snickers Icecream bar and a giant peanutbutter and chcolate chip cookie. Gimme a break, it's my last meal before I start on my training diet.
  4. Do you mean like a full body bath? Only adding sea salt? Correct. I typically add 1 lb. of coarse or fine sea salt to extremely hot bath water and let the salt dissolve before I lay in it (face submerged up to my nose, for breathing). I usually stay in the bath for 15-20 minutes. There are probably more efficient ways to apply sea salt to your face, but I find this the easiest and most relaxing. I've also tried the "spray bottle method" (just putting salt and water in a spray bottle
  5. Nightly salt baths definetly improved my acne by making it look a lot less red and agravated.
  6. Don't forget to keep us updated man! You know...for the sake of science..
  7. This turned out to be caused from eating to many fruits and not enough high fat/protein foods like beef, venison, dark chicken and turkey, and salmon.
  8. I didn't re-read through all five pages, but; Can you reccomend any specific brands of the vitamins you take? I want to buy some quality products. Oh and bump, if you haven't read this topic yet your missing out.
  9. Purely amazing, Glein! Have you taken a metabolic typing test to determine that you are a strong protein type, or did you just kind of start eating meat and noticed that you cleared from it? Won't be long before I'm posting similar pictures as yours. And what's even more astonishing is that my acne looked EXACTLY like yours.
  10. You may be confusing romaine lettuce with iceberg lettuce. Romaine lettuce is highly nutritional and actually has a great taste.
  11. If you have access to a bathtub, go to Wal-Mart and buy some dead sea salt in the Cosmetics section (should be about $5 for a little container). Take it home and fill a bath tub with warm water, empty half of the container into the tub and let dissolve for 10-15 minutes. Next, lay down in the tub soaking face, but keeping nose above water to breathe. Try not to move for 20 minutes. Sea salt baths are notorious for relaxation and you feel it INSTANTLY and I can guarantee that if you take a bath
  12. These results are incredible...90% of people who voted, voted that they are thin rather than overweight. Coincidence? I think not....
  13. 1. Only eat raw and natural foods: fruits, vegetables, seeds, and meats. Snack on these foods throughout the day rather than two or three large meals. 2. Buy some bath sea salt online, and take two sea salt baths a day, one when you wake up, the other when you go to bed (water should be warm to hot, stay in the bath with your face soaked under water for atleast 20 minutes.) 3. Go to bed and wake up at the same time everyday. Achieve a minimum of 8 hours of sleep. EVERYDAY. 4. Do NOT touch or
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