Thread: The PizDoff diet thread
10/04/2004 12:57pm, #11
Yeah I do that, the whey protein after workout definitely. You should be thankful that you are still young! (relatively speaking)zenbert
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10/04/2004 1:37pm, #12Originally posted by PizDoff
Simple carbohydrates are digested quickly. Many contain refined sugars and few essential vitamins and minerals. Examples include fruits, fruit juice, milk, yogurt, honey, molasses, maple syrup, and sugar.
. [/B]I would liken it to the boxing or the muay thai of internal kung fu, even though that's like calling apples the oranges of the apple world. --WalkOn
10/04/2004 2:02pm, #13
The thing about water > liquid and to stay away from caffeine because of diuretic effects doesn't appear to be truth http://www.snopes.com/toxins/water.htmSeventh: If you think TKD doesn’t work, your right, until you get the side of you face smashed with a roundhouse kick. -- ronin69
It's just that I carry weapons and have no moral compass anymore. -- JKDChick
At least until the Wing Chun clown car arrives. --JKDC
10/04/2004 2:28pm, #14
You forgot sperm in there.
Whether your own or not, must get it straight from the source, don't let it cool down.
That piece of advice is from the Piz's secret info stash.Originally Posted by Sifu Rudy Abel
10/04/2004 3:21pm, #15
Thank you Anthony for the voice of experience, it seems my counselling to you is really paying off. :)
Originally posted by zenbert
Yeah I do that, the whey protein after workout definitely. You should be thankful that you are still young! (relatively speaking)
Originally posted by Xango
Yogurt DOES NOT belong on this list. Plain whole-fat yogurt has a lovely blend of fats, complete protein, and carbohydrates (simple and complex). If you get the nonfat, obviously, it's all protein and carbs. Anyway, if your body tolerates milk products well (you're Asian so maybe not, I'm half Russian so yes for me) yogurt is a great food source.
Originally posted by tkdan28
The thing about water > liquid and to stay away from caffeine because of diuretic effects doesn't appear to be truth http://www.snopes.com/toxins/water.htm
Diuretics have some place in medicine, stimulating more urination, something or other I don't remember. Also if you are cutting weight for an event, shedding water weight is the way to go.
It seems water it quite necessary for everyday function. :)
Here is a educational article that talks more about how water works in our system.
Edit: BTW I added a little bit to the liquids part, almost a disclaimer for those that might misinterpret me. :)
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10/04/2004 9:34pm, #16Originally posted by PizDoff
Yes? Why not? If you follow the link, you'll notice I just C&Ped from that page. Someone else was busting on me about the grammatical errors in that section, but no biggie. And personally, the few times I eat yoghurt I always get low-fat fruit ones, minimal sugars as well.
If "why not?" is "why might PizDoff find dairy a poor source of nutrition?", lots of Asians have various problems with digesting dairy such as lactose intolerance. If you're not one of those, good on ya.I would liken it to the boxing or the muay thai of internal kung fu, even though that's like calling apples the oranges of the apple world. --WalkOn
10/04/2004 11:08pm, #17
So you are saying yogurt does not belong on the list because a certain percentage of people are possibly to some degree intolerant to it? :)
10/05/2004 1:53am, #18
Er, no. I'm saying it's not a simple carbohydrate, and was listed as such. If you read the post carefully, you'll see two uses of the word "not". I was responding to the second w/ my comment about food intolerance, not the first. For that matter, milk is quite a stretch to call a simple carbohydrate food...I would liken it to the boxing or the muay thai of internal kung fu, even though that's like calling apples the oranges of the apple world. --WalkOn
10/05/2004 7:03pm, #19
Stop eating. When ya get hungry, drink a Red Bull and 2 quarts of water. Keep doing this until you get the shakes then eat a cup of ramen noodles and a salad. It works. I swear."We spoke to them in the only language they understood: the machine gun"
10/05/2004 7:22pm, #20
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That cant be good! Do you feel weak or anything? I spose its not as bad as my brothers ex who used to smoke ciggaretes when she was hungry.
Anyway, heres my diet:
For breakfast I have 2 pieces of wholebread but no spreads because I like the taste.
During the day I'll snack on fruit like bananas etc. and I have a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice everyday.
For lunch I might have a tuna salad or a sandwhich with lettuce, tomato, cheese and salami from the deli
For dinner I'll have a steak with vegetables and potatoes, or pasta with eggplant, or sugo, etc. I really have no control over this because its my dad who cooks.
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