reflections from almost 30

Re: reflections from almost 30

Postby toivo » Sun Sep 16, 2018 7:21 pm

we are practicing for a wise, long bit of living. and the wisdom will make us stronger!
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Re: reflections from almost 30

Postby salad » Mon Sep 17, 2018 7:19 pm

49 is new 29. chiseled.
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Re: reflections from almost 30

Postby zirc » Tue Sep 18, 2018 12:40 pm

30 is the new 18... heh
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Re: reflections from almost 30

Postby toivo » Tue Sep 18, 2018 9:14 pm

drater wrote:
joules wrote:ecfs turned out to be the rheumatoids with a pretty damning serological profile.


Try keto but instead of all that silly fat, eat like 4x as much protein that ate what it was supposed to eat. I'm not a doctor but I just lost 40 pounds in my mid 40's and all my aches and pains disappeared. Also, the wife has multiple auto immune disorders and the fore mentioned changed her reality levels upon levels. Good luck.


I wonder about restrictive diets that categorize certain kinds of foods to avoid. Appetites can tell us something about what we need, and that varies. And carbohydrates are tasty, and especially before and after exercising. The various kinds of caloric density in foods are helpful for varied durations of energy expenditure.

Pretty sold personally on bringing a consideration of the daily fast into eating for health. Running the engine a bit on empty as a morning warm up brings my metabolism up. Worst case scenario, I am hungry to eat more bacon.

Brunch is the most important meal of the day. A pleasant truth.
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