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  1. i just said your name today..and wondered where u were and here u are...what a coincidence :P

    1. hey welcome back :D the forum hasnt been the same without you

      1. Here is the rmit website link http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse;ID=a1n77d16ry1r
      2. I absolutely agree ! My rule of the thumb has always been twice as much fibrous veggies or greens as the size of starchy foods, grains or animal food. 10 oz of grains in your plate means the rest of the plate must be filled 20 oz of greens and steamed veggies. The same with 10 oz of mashed potatoes or a 10 oz steak or fish fillet Greens are simply the best food for anything. They're the best food for phytochemicals. They are the best food for hunger control. They're the best food for mineral
      3. "the low carb/high carb paradigm and paradox as to why certain people feel wonderful on a low carb diet and certain people feel terrible is "the level of physical task" Low carb (if compared with traditional guidelines) is a blessing for the office worker sitting 8 hours behind a desk and just sitting on a chair or the sofa when at home" I agree with the above statement. I say eat food with carbs, but regulate the amount in proportion to green food intake i.e if you increase your carb/grain
      4. You will learn about the paleo diet and then realise why you must avoid or reduce many food types. I agree "small amount of carbs" I now have only one spoonful of rice with each and every of my six green meals every day!
      5. What is the minimum daily requirement for carbohydrates? ZERO. What is the food pyramid based on? A totally irrelevant nutrient. ..... Those are the two essential reasons that we need to eat. We need the building blocks and we need fuel, not the least of which is to have energy to obtain those building blocks and then to have energy to fuel those chemical reactions to use those building blocks. So what are the building blocks that are needed, proteins and fatty acids. Not much in the way of ca
      6. "What is a potato? A potato is a big lump of sugar. That's all it is." Let's get to diet. Diet really becomes pretty simple. Carbohydrates we started talking about. You've got fiber and non-fiber and that's real clear-cut. Fiber is good, non-fiber is bad. Fibrous carbs, like vegetables and broccoli, those are great. What is a potato? A potato is a big lump of sugar. That's all it is. You chew a potato, what are you swallowing? Glucose. You may not remember, but you learned that in eighth grade
      7. What is a potato? A potato is a big lump of sugar. That's all it is. You chew a potato, what are you swallowing? Glucose. You may not remember, but you learned that in eighth grade, but the medical profession still hasn't learned that. .... What is a slice of bread? A slice of sugar. Does it have anything else good about it? Virtually no. .... And there are fifty-some essential nutrients to the human body. "What is the minimum daily requirement for carbohydrates? ZERO. " .......... What is t
      8. Added raw free range eggs to my diet. Green vegies every day. Fish every day! Zinc and cod liver oil every day.
      9. Behind the hatred there lies A murderous desire for love How can they look into my eyes And still they don't believe me ? How can they hear me say those words Still they don't believe me ? And if they don't believe me now Will they ever believe me ? heh
      10. The poison solanine can be produced from potatoes You were banished from the garden of eden?
      11. Explain please? You were banished from the forest of the garden of eden? The poison solanine can be produced from potatoes
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