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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    woebot megadoses vitamin c
    http://vitamincfilm.com/
    ha ha! but for the sake of clarity i should make it clear i don't...

    i do drink a lot of lemon juice with water though. with no sugar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    woops! eats nothing but meat, bread, cheese, instant coffee and sweeties.
    this however is the unalloyed truth

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    Quote Originally Posted by woops View Post
    this however is the unalloyed truth
    I heard the palaeo-schoolboy diet is going to really blow up this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woops View Post
    this however is the unalloyed truth
    yikes edmund. you must have a real sensitive gut or something?

    not wanting to dispense nutritional advice BUT (doing it anyway) those complex carbs can be tricky. maybe try eating some leaves? rocket, watercress, cavallo nero, spinach, lettuce... that way you won't die of cancer so soon. fruit can be difficult as well but pineapple, starwberry are low in the sugars (which is what it's hard to digest).

    sugar itself is half glucose and half fructose - but with sugar the fructose gets absorbed with the glucose and goes down easy. all sugars break down to glucose at the end cos that's what our body uses for fuel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woebot View Post
    yikes edmund. you must have a real sensitive gut or something?

    not wanting to dispense nutritional advice BUT (doing it anyway) those complex carbs can be tricky. maybe try eating some leaves? rocket, watercress, cavallo nero, spinach, lettuce... that way you won't die of cancer so soon. fruit can be difficult as well but pineapple, starwberry are low in the sugars (which is what it's hard to digest).

    sugar itself is half glucose and half fructose - but with sugar the fructose gets absorbed with the glucose and goes down easy. all sugars break down to glucose at the end cos that's what our body uses for fuel.
    Fructose is to be avoided, or at least highly limited

    Prolonged Appetite Stimulant
    Addictive properties
    Metabolized largely to Fat storage in every organ
    Causes subliminal vascular chronic inflammation
    Toxic in large doses http://www.nutritionforlife.healthca...ructose-so-bad

    The body doesn't have to consume sugar of any type to produce the glucose it needs, the liver will very happily use gluconeogenesis to metabolise fat and proteins into precisely the amount of glucose your body needs. Preloading the body with glucose is what's making everyone fat and then dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HMGovt View Post
    Fructose is to be avoided, or at least highly limited
    i concur HMGovt. and fruit now bred to be spectaculary high in it. fruit juice = the least healthy "healthy food" imaginable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woebot View Post
    yikes edmund. you must have a real sensitive gut or something?

    not wanting to dispense nutritional advice BUT (doing it anyway) those complex carbs can be tricky. maybe try eating some leaves? rocket, watercress, cavallo nero, spinach, lettuce... that way you won't die of cancer so soon. fruit can be difficult as well but pineapple, starwberry are low in the sugars (which is what it's hard to digest).

    sugar itself is half glucose and half fructose - but with sugar the fructose gets absorbed with the glucose and goes down easy. all sugars break down to glucose at the end cos that's what our body uses for fuel.
    oh and leaves are low on fibre which is a GOOD THING if you have very sensitive guts (as opposed to the idiotic dogma that fibre is necessarily great). added fibre in particular is sheer stupidity.

    also if anyone wants to call me out on being borgeouis for recommending rocket (let them eat cake innit...) - well a pack of it is probably roughly the same as a bar of cadburys chocolate filth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woebot View Post
    fruit juice = the least healthy "healthy food" imaginable.
    Is it worse that, I dunno, doing a shot of beef dripping?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tea View Post
    Is it worse that, I dunno, doing a shot of beef dripping?
    troll. lipophobe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woebot View Post
    oh and leaves are low on fibre which is a GOOD THING if you have very sensitive guts (as opposed to the idiotic dogma that fibre is necessarily great). added fibre in particular is sheer stupidity.
    Yes, I can attest to this. Fibre is my kryptonite.

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