Just a fun blog.
What is the highest number of calories you've ever eaten in a day.
Let see who takes the record ;)
My bets on DR hehehe
Added by Jo on November 1, 2010 at 8:21pm — No Comments
I know that steamed = not raw, however I was wondering whether there was a HUGE issue with having a big bowl of steamed veggies every once in a while? (lets say once per month). I've been having occasional cravings for steamed veggies - particularly brussell sprouts, cauliflower and beetroot. I would consider having low fat steamed veggies preferable to high fat raw nuts/avocado etc.
Anyone engage in the occasional steamed…Continue
After some advice about some cuts at the sides of my mouth which I've developed.
I've looked it up on line and seems to be called 'angular cheillitis' - allegedly a result of vitamin B/iron deficiency, increase in acidic foods etc.
Anyway, I've been almost 100% LFRV for a month now - I don't eat overt fats and I eat plenty of fruit throughout the day and a big fat salad at night, followed by fruit for 'desert'.
I have definately upped my intake of…Continue
Quick question - has anyone experienced some teeth wearing since adopting 811?
I'm worried that since lots of fruit are very acidic, I'm going to accelerate teeth/enamel wearing.
I've been pretty evil to my teeth in the past (excessive artificial sugar usage/high doses pepsi max and gum etc etc.) so I want to preserve whats left.
Any hints/tips/ideas/products that would retard the wearing process.
Any people that have experienced better teeth on…Continue
Hi there all,
I'm a newby on the path to 80/10/10. From what I hear/have read it seems that this is the perfect diet to remedy all those issues we accrue in life (both physical and mental/spiritual). Anymahooz, I'd say I'm pretty active (train some 18+ hours a week) - love runnning, bikram yoga and compete in boxing. I've had random injuries here and there (archilles pain, super tight hammies, knee ligament inflammations), but nothing hugely detrimental (touch wood!!). Ultimately I…Continue
Added by Jo on June 18, 2010 at 1:49pm — No Comments