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Re: Paul's Weight loss tips.
« Reply #30 on: Nov 13, 2007, 22:24 »
actimel etc just increase the good bacteria you already have, so some goes through your system, with a good diet with greens etc it encourages them to thrive and is preferable to just trying to increase their number

pointless.

1 a day cod liver oil capsuls are cool though... vitamins go in and straight out - lots of people will disagree and there will be controversy over this but its pretty true i rekon.

cod liver oil - yes
vitamins - nah - if you arnt a skeptic get a good multivitamin
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Re: Paul's Weight loss tips.
« Reply #31 on: Nov 13, 2007, 22:28 »
My take on Vitamins is basically this.....your body needs a range of them to function properlly.

When training a lot you need more of certain ones (don't ask me which) due to the stress that the training puts on your imune system, you are in a state of recovery all the time.

If you get loads of fresh fruit and veg (steamed is the only acceptable cooking method for these) then you will be o.k. without a muti vit, however traking one a day will make sure you arn't lacking in anything.

If your diet is shite then I would take oneor two a day, however remember No amount of supplements/training can make up for a poor diet.

As for what Teryy was saying Glucosamine sulphate is great for joints, as is Cod liver oil (which I believe has also been mentioned).

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Re: Paul's Weight loss tips.
« Reply #32 on: Nov 13, 2007, 22:31 »
cooked veg ...wtf do you wanna do that for ?

eaten raw is the only acceptable way for most veg to be eaten
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Re: Paul's Weight loss tips.
« Reply #33 on: Nov 13, 2007, 22:32 »
cooked veg ...wtf do you wanna do that for ?

eaten raw is the only acceptable way for most veg to be eaten

As I say if you MUST cook it then steamed is the only way.

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Re: Paul's Weight loss tips.
« Reply #34 on: Nov 13, 2007, 22:33 »
afaik the main benefit of glucosamine sulphate is joints but it is meant to take 3 months before you have a suffiecent amount in you to make any difference.
 Also can help some eye ailments, i haven't seen any research into colds or anything though?

i take glucosamine sulphate

because its supposed to help with joint tissue and fluid (my ankles and knees have stopped clicking more recently since ive started taking it ) but more because its well used in the army when they have a heavy schedule to keep there immune systems above board .... help them stop coming down with a cold. i take 1/3rd the RDA

as for vitamins im in the waste of time camp im pretty sure i get most of the vits and minerals from the food i eat ... i eat lots of fruit and veg , drink more milk than humanly possible and eat lots and lots of fresh meat
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Re: Paul's Weight loss tips.
« Reply #35 on: Nov 13, 2007, 22:38 »
since this is a health thread some of you may know.. ive got some 1/2mm deep ridges running horizontally down my thumb nails and big toes each ridge dip or raise is about 3mm long or less... any ideas what im lacking? i dont drink much milk?
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Re: Paul's Weight loss tips.
« Reply #36 on: Nov 13, 2007, 22:43 »
since this is a health thread some of you may know.. ive got some 1/2mm deep ridges running horizontally down my thumb nails and big toes each ridge dip or raise is about 3mm long or less... any ideas what im lacking? i dont drink much milk?

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Re: Paul's Weight loss tips.
« Reply #37 on: Nov 13, 2007, 22:45 »
nah i just heard off someone passing comment and by trying to google it that it could be kidney problem or mineral deficency!
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Re: Paul's Weight loss tips.
« Reply #38 on: Nov 13, 2007, 23:02 »
since this is a health thread some of you may know.. ive got some 1/2mm deep ridges running horizontally down my thumb nails and big toes each ridge dip or raise is about 3mm long or less... any ideas what im lacking? i dont drink much milk?

maybe its those pointless vitamin supplements!

i think it a vitamin C shortage in fact.
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Re: Paul's Weight loss tips.
« Reply #39 on: Nov 13, 2007, 23:02 »
i drink silly amounts of tropicana though?
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Re: Paul's Weight loss tips.
« Reply #40 on: Nov 13, 2007, 23:15 »
dunno buddy, i just googled it. might be worth asking a pharmacist/ doctor? If it maybe a sign of kidney issues it won't hurt to get it checked out....?
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Re: Paul's Weight loss tips.
« Reply #41 on: Nov 25, 2007, 22:14 »
am starting these tips after crimbo

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Re: Paul's Weight loss tips.
« Reply #42 on: Nov 25, 2007, 22:30 »
i think getting into the job line of labour does wonders

i work on a farm and over the summer did some hay making , no thanks tot he bad wether we were lifting 40- 50 kg bails of hay onto a trailor and 1500 over2 and a 1/2  days got me built pretty good

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Re: Paul's Weight loss tips.
« Reply #43 on: Nov 26, 2007, 11:33 »
since this is a health thread some of you may know.. ive got some 1/2mm deep ridges running horizontally down my thumb nails and big toes each ridge dip or raise is about 3mm long or less... any ideas what im lacking? i dont drink much milk?

maybe its those pointless vitamin supplements!

i think it a vitamin C shortage in fact.

Have you been ill recently?

When you've been ill - and I don't mean a small sniffle - your body does wierd things.  My ex had this happen to her - whenever she was ill (for weeks/months on end..), she would develop a ridge in her nails.  They would slowly grow out, but only after about a year or so.  Sometime's she'd have several ridges in her nails, indicating she'd been ill (with only a month or two inbetween sickness...).

Might be an old wives' tale, but the markings on her nails were faily accurate in timing..

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Re: Paul's Weight loss tips.
« Reply #44 on: Nov 26, 2007, 19:13 »
Bloody knew my kebab and coke diet wasn't right.....

Seriously though, damn good articles, as with anything it needs personal commitment and that's the hardest part.


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