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Old 12-20-2010, 01:00 PM   #181
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Question: why "raw" milk?
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Old 01-09-2011, 09:47 PM   #182
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excellent thred & comments guys,good to refresh the mind.
ok my question is..should i take any supplements.. if so what?
i eat pretty good,not exstreamly strict,i should start having some of those smoothies but i eat balanced & 5 times a day.
i am a amuter boxer turning pro & i train hard 6 days a week.my weight is good but dont what to move up in weight & with all the training i do i think i need something to help get more out of my workout/muscle recovery ect. please help.

i train really hard so i tried black powder..worked really good for me can train harder for longer.but is there any down side to using this supplement..em i better sticking to hole foods like a bananna before training?
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Old 01-10-2011, 05:09 PM   #183
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I have seen a lot of stuff on this thread about what kind of cholesterol is in eggs. If you eat hardboiled eggs, be sure to try and lay off the yoke. The yoke is where all of the LDL cholesterol is (LDL is bad, HDL is good = it moves fat out of the arteries). If you take out the yoke, like in egg whites, you can pretty much eat as much as you want.
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Old 01-11-2011, 08:10 PM   #184
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I have seen a lot of stuff on this thread about what kind of cholesterol is in eggs. If you eat hardboiled eggs, be sure to try and lay off the yoke. The yoke is where all of the LDL cholesterol is (LDL is bad, HDL is good = it moves fat out of the arteries). If you take out the yoke, like in egg whites, you can pretty much eat as much as you want.
But the yolk has the good stuff. Vitamins, minerals, fats and half the protein.
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Old 01-26-2011, 02:22 PM   #185
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Green Tea = Hulk Fuel.
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Old 01-27-2011, 11:44 AM   #186
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I wanna know the diet of David Haye.........

A complete diet...

I found small details on the Valeuv fight, but i want to know more.

He eats organic blue cabbage

And Kangroo meat - which is virtually fat free.

This was what he was eating in the build up to the Harrison fight.
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Old 02-13-2011, 06:47 PM   #187
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For ****s sake, is this really Necessary..?


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I buy Scottish Porridge Oats, buy the way.

What the **** is she on about, Tannin's which are in tea and shit..?
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Old 02-13-2011, 08:29 PM   #188
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I have seen a lot of stuff on this thread about what kind of cholesterol is in eggs. If you eat hardboiled eggs, be sure to try and lay off the yoke. The yoke is where all of the LDL cholesterol is (LDL is bad, HDL is good = it moves fat out of the arteries). If you take out the yoke, like in egg whites, you can pretty much eat as much as you want.
A load of shit that is. Eating cholesterol does not alter blood cholesterol levels. The yolk is where all the good stuff is.
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Old 02-16-2011, 07:47 AM   #189
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great thread.
im about 6ft weigh roughly 140 im skinny as you like,
my goal is to put on weight aswell as eat healthily (or at least turn the useless fat i have into muscle) as i wish to get into boxing
i know how to cook virtually nothing
im also pretty sure i have a fast metabolism as i have been roughly this weight since i was 16.
anyone get any simple pointers to get me on the right track?
thanks
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Old 02-16-2011, 09:24 AM   #190
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great thread.
im about 6ft weigh roughly 140 im skinny as you like,
my goal is to put on weight aswell as eat healthily (or at least turn the useless fat i have into muscle) as i wish to get into boxing
i know how to cook virtually nothing
im also pretty sure i have a fast metabolism as i have been roughly this weight since i was 16.
anyone get any simple pointers to get me on the right track?
thanks
How old are you?

What is your current diet like? (work day and non-work day) - be honest otherwise it's harder to offer advice
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Old 02-16-2011, 09:49 AM   #191
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How old are you?

What is your current diet like? (work day and non-work day) - be honest otherwise it's harder to offer advice
im 22 and my diet is piss poor at most 2 proper meals a day mostly junk food
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Old 02-16-2011, 10:19 AM   #192
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im 22 and my diet is piss poor at most 2 proper meals a day mostly junk food
Ok, and what sort of environment do you work in? And is budget a problem for food?
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Old 02-16-2011, 10:32 AM   #193
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Ok, and what sort of environment do you work in? And is budget a problem for food?
right now i am not working due to mental health problems but i try to go running day in-day out.
budget is not a major issue but obviously dont wanna spend a fortune.
also my cooking facilitys are pretty much prehistoric, not got gas
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right now i am not working due to mental health problems but i try to go running day in-day out.
budget is not a major issue but obviously dont wanna spend a fortune.
also my cooking facilitys are pretty much prehistoric, not got gas
Ok, this is the diet I follow on work days, it's worked very well for me with putting weight on and I had a similar frame to you -

breakfast - porridge (1 or 2 sachets)
snack - banana, apple
snack - 2 oranges
lunch - tuna mayo sandwiches (brown bread, 4 slices and 1 can of tuna)
snack - salad pot (usually a handful of spinach, 1/4 cucumber, a dozen cherry tomatoes and a couple of carrots)
snack - banana, yogurt
tea - 1 decent sized meal I normally opt for spag bol, curry etc, home made, with about 300g of meat)
snack (if time) - cottage cheese with chives

if you want to throw in a packet of nuts or crisps as well, feel free to do so. I find sometimes the lack of savoury food drives me mad.

does it sound like a feasible diet for you to work with? I usually spend 25-30 a week on all the above, so not too expensive either.
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Ok, this is the diet I follow on work days, it's worked very well for me with putting weight on and I had a similar frame to you -

breakfast - porridge (1 or 2 sachets)
snack - banana, apple
snack - 2 oranges
lunch - tuna mayo sandwiches (brown bread, 4 slices and 1 can of tuna)
snack - salad pot (usually a handful of spinach, 1/4 cucumber, a dozen cherry tomatoes and a couple of carrots)
snack - banana, yogurt
tea - 1 decent sized meal I normally opt for spag bol, curry etc, home made, with about 300g of meat)
snack (if time) - cottage cheese with chives

if you want to throw in a packet of nuts or crisps as well, feel free to do so. I find sometimes the lack of savoury food drives me mad.

does it sound like a feasible diet for you to work with? I usually spend 25-30 a week on all the above, so not too expensive either.
thats good similar to my own tastes in food aswell il give it a shot, tbh i waste more on junkfood that should be fine,
i also have a sweet tooth but i really wanna change my habbits
thanks for the advice.
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