Posted On:2/03/2004 11:26pm
different process then isolate and doesn't have the bad side effects of the isolation process. thats all i know offhand. but what others said for real, eating is the most important thing.
Posted On:2/03/2004 11:30pm
Style: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
See, in the context of that which is supposed to be, basically, food...the word "side effect" has no business being relevant.
Think about this. I mean really.
Posted On:2/03/2004 11:31pm
how about you stfu if you don't know what i'm talking about? think about it. i mean really.
Posted On:2/03/2004 11:32pm
Style: Jiu jitsu
thaks everyone ,
the thing is i'm trying to get some specific advice here, so ill try to be more clear.
i actually want to be healthy and happy, so i dont want to be dehydrated or bloating.
i dont want to eat before bed, its just unhealthy.
what i eat mostly is fish, sometimes pork, sometimes chicken/turkey and some nuts.
i try to avoid overly hot or damp causing foods,so beef and chicken are minmal, eggs are mostly out, but egg whites are fine.
a lot of advice out there is 1 size fits all and kind of reductionist.
Posted On:2/03/2004 11:33pm
Tell me about the side effects then.
"i try to avoid overly hot or damp causing foods"
Let me know how you manage to do this.
Posted On:2/03/2004 11:34pm
i agree with
the statement about side effects, i used it as a figure of speech, but really there is no such things as side effects.
Posted On:2/03/2004 11:35pm
i avoid hot and damp foods by not eating them.
i mean energetically(or if you like metabolically) damp inducing foods lik ebeef, bananas etc.
hot like lamb etc.
Posted On:2/03/2004 11:38pm
Wait a sec...something vageuly rings a bell. I just read something about this in regards to chinese cookery. Never heard the word "damp" though. Hot yes, damp no.
I guess I'm back to woosh.
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