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Old 12-29-2012, 07:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What is the BEST food to eat???

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Well a can of sardines every other day for lunch and a bowl of blueberries and milk every morning cant hurt i guess. great deal on blueberries most people dont know is they sell frozen bags of them about 4 pounds for 12 $ here pretty cheap and probably better than the fresh ones . since they are frozen right away after picking.
 
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https://www.lef.org/magazine/mag2012...ey=blueberries

I take a blueberry/pomegranate extract...can get 1 lb frozen blueberries for `$3.

Might do some research on the effect of combining milk and phyto-foods and/or extracts? I think something in the milk tends to bind up the good stuff in plant foods....not sure.

I used to like sardines...after getting used to them...then for some reason I didn't. Just eating canned salmon now.

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Very good video thanks for the post! Entertaining and informative. blew my whole shopping list out the window though. I thought I was doing so good limiting my red meat and sticking to fish and chicken. My 2 best foods I eat are Kale and Chia seeds. Chia seeds are like my cocaine! When work is really busy I can go nonstop with a few hits of the Chia Kale is like my Franks red hot... I put that $&*@ in everything!
 
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I mostly eat energy bars. In fact I can run 26 miles on 3 bars.

That works out to 8.6 miles per energy bar. Maybe the FDA can mandate bars that will get 10 miles per bar, because in the 21st century it is all about energy bar economy ; )

Ironic that in the USA we import Asian cars, and export the western Diet. I think the USA is getting the better deal in that trade.
 
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I gave up completely on poultry except for a few eggs. Check the videos for why. Trying to limit meat protein and keep it varied.

Now growing some kale.

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Very good video thanks for the post! Entertaining and informative. blew my whole shopping list out the window though. I thought I was doing so good limiting my red meat and sticking to fish and chicken. My 2 best foods I eat are Kale and Chia seeds. Chia seeds are like my cocaine! When work is really busy I can go nonstop with a few hits of the Chia Kale is like my Franks red hot... I put that $&*@ in everything!
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I mostly eat energy bars. In fact I can run 26 miles on 3 bars.

That works out to 8.6 miles per energy bar. Maybe the FDA can mandate bars that will get 10 miles per bar, because in the 21st century it is all about energy bar economy ; )

Ironic that in the USA we import Asian cars, and export the western Diet. I think the USA is getting the better deal in that trade.
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I like meat, but also enjoy some poultry and fish. As I lived in Amazon for 5 years, and 12 years in the Brazilian shore, I'm very used to fish. Also, by the way, fish is the most efficient in an organic matter-to-protein conversion ratio comparing to cattle and poultry.
 
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I like meat too...but it's not healthy? STRANGE but not unexpected...the two meats that are supposed to be healthy are not...poultry and fish.....

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I believe that meat is not so much the problem, more the way we get our meat. I would be willing to bet that meat that is not commercially produced would not suffer from the same bacterial infections. If meat was fresh or preserved immediately it would be a different story. I cant bring myself to believe that meat is altogether bad There must be a flaw in our processing procedures.

 
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