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  • Originally posted by Sol blackcat View Post
    There wasn't any bones in them carbs, I was able to bend them to fit in tub to freezer. I haven't got a kebab maker. Thanks carby.

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    you dont need no fancy kebab maker sol. when youre in tesco next get some bamboo skewers- they'll be with the bbq stuff-only cost a quid or so. metal skewers are reusable but more expensive.
    soak bamboo skewers before you use them, cut meat into cubes or strips, marinade or spice, thread onto skewers and cook under the grill or on the bbq.
    a marinade of a tablespoon of mint sauce and a teaspoon of honey mixed is superb on a neck of lamb kebab
    When I'd had enough of the grain and starched based 'diabetic eating for health' diet (eating for health, my ass!) my weight was 242.5 lbs. On starting primal- 18th April 2013 weight : 238.1.
    27th July 2013. weight after 100 days 136.9 weight lost 101.2lb ; that's 105.6lbs since I stopped the 'diabetic eating for health'
    new journal http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum...ml#post1264082

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    • Yes--good idea to avoid the nightshades w/ gout issues. What about a few parsnips to go with the carrots then?
      Good luck on the bike!

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      • Originally posted by Sol blackcat View Post
        Thanks miss, 10 days, phew!

        Been In agonising pain for 3-4 days. Found a gout forum earlier and people were saying bi carb soda.

        Took two quarter tea spoons four hours apart and the pain is greatly reduced from my left foot and knee and gone completely from my right knee. Will continue tomorrow.

        I'm totally amazed!
        Aha! I think I've got it.

        Originally posted by MaceyUK View Post
        There are some clever peeps on here and a great wealth of knowledge...it's all free too!
        Oh yes, there are many. As a very young child I remember my grandmother and great-grandmother and their 'sayings' which were later called 'old wives tales' and laughed at. But it turns out a lot of them were true or good. One was Milk of Magnesia. No doctor, including the G.I. doctor, ever mentioned this. It's really cheap, works overnight, you flush out constipation in the morning, once, with no ill effects, and for a period I used it for over a year.

        Originally posted by Sol blackcat View Post
        Cheers
        The bi carb soda seems to be doing the trick.
        I'm astonished this is not common knowledge. Why didn't my doctor mention it?

        Hoping to be out and about in a couple of days, even sooner perhaps.
        The doctors, as well as their schools, are supported by all kinds of gov't agencies. They have 2 fairly poor years of bio-chemistry at the start and that's it. The rest is all learning practice as done by their superiors. A perfect way to prevent the entrance of new or old knowledge.

        The doctors don't know the common knowledge and are actively prevented from learning it in their HMO's. Now that obesity is a disease they can reimbursed for treating it, they couldn't before. And my HMO has just adopted vegetarianism. Today I hate them.
        "When the search for truth is confused with political advocacy, the pursuit of knowledge is reduced to the quest for power." - Alston Chase

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        • Thanks, Sol. They were all from different pages.

          Congratulations on your continued sobriety.
          "When the search for truth is confused with political advocacy, the pursuit of knowledge is reduced to the quest for power." - Alston Chase

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          • Originally posted by Cryptocode View Post
            Thanks, Sol. They were all from different pages.

            Congratulations on your continued sobriety.
            Nice one Cody, you picked it up a lot quicker than I did. GRRRRR.
            Thanks..


            A man went to his doctor and announced " doctor! I'm so sad and depressed, I can do crosswords so easily and quickly"

            His doctor replied " hey, come on now, don't get two down."









            Ok ok, I'll get my coat!
            FTM. I'm not biased, I hope everybody beats the mags!

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            • Welcome OP, going primal should be a good change for you. Start reading the stickyes and journals of other members here.
              I am not a bodybuilding/fat loss/strength training "guru" BUT I achieved a lean state with ease after learning the correct way to train and eat and I want to HELP YOU achieve the same.

              Getting fit is also about managing your mindset:
              http://getfitmindset.com

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              • Originally posted by Marinas Florin View Post
                Welcome OP, going primal should be a good change for you. Start reading the stickyes and journals of other members here.
                Thanks. I'll have a read of that. Just required a bar bell, two dumbbells and a bench. All second hand but useable. A stationary bike too. Any advice is very welcome. Cheers
                FTM. I'm not biased, I hope everybody beats the mags!

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                • Originally posted by Sol blackcat View Post
                  Nice one Cody, you picked it up a lot quicker than I did. GRRRRR.
                  Thanks..


                  A man went to his doctor and announced " doctor! I'm so sad and depressed, I can do crosswords so easily and quickly"

                  His doctor replied " hey, come on now, don't get two down."


                  Ok ok, I'll get my coat!
                  LOLLLL.
                  Naw, took me 4 previous tries on your page that I deleted.
                  "When the search for truth is confused with political advocacy, the pursuit of knowledge is reduced to the quest for power." - Alston Chase

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                  • Originally posted by Cryptocode View Post
                    LOLLLL.
                    Naw, took me 4 previous tries on your page that I deleted.


                    . it took me 44. 40 of witch I deleted.
                    FTM. I'm not biased, I hope everybody beats the mags!

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                    • Originally posted by Sol blackcat View Post
                      Thanks. I'll have a read of that. Just required a bar bell, two dumbbells and a bench. All second hand but useable. A stationary bike too. Any advice is very welcome. Cheers
                      Ride, Sally Ride

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                      • Originally posted by missblue View Post
                        Ride, Sally Ride
                        Staring into space is about all I'll manage, done 10 mins last night, 15 mins tonight. Going to progress up to 30 mins.
                        FTM. I'm not biased, I hope everybody beats the mags!

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                        • Did anyone watch the tennis today, what a cracking result for the Brit. Awok?
                          FTM. I'm not biased, I hope everybody beats the mags!

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                          • Originally posted by Sol blackcat View Post
                            Did anyone watch the tennis today, what a cracking result for the Brit. Awok?
                            I don't have TV, so unfortunately missed this. I translate this to mean a positive outcome for one or more British players?
                            :-)

                            I'm pleased you are on your bike. Working up to 30 minutes is a good goal. In terms of weights, I would check online and / or in the Library for some basic ideas of how to correctly use the weights you've gotten if you haven't used them before. A book I really like is "New Rules of Lifting" but forget author's name at the moment. Another compliment to your weights would be bodyweight exercises like push ups, etc. and a very nice book I often use (an has been written about quite a bit here on MDA) is "Be Your Own Gym". The bodyweight stuff is challenging but effective, and modifying exercises until you are stronger totally a good idea if needed. Your library would most likely have these. Don't forget walking! You live near the sea, man. What better place to walk than the shore?

                            Aren't you getting close to a full month now, by the way?
                            Last edited by missblue; 07-07-2013, 07:11 PM.

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                            • Originally posted by missblue View Post
                              I don't have TV, so unfortunately missed this. I translate this to mean a positive outcome for one or more British players?
                              :.

                              I'm pleased you are on your bike. Working up to 30 minutes is a good goal. In terms of weights, I would check online and / or in the Library for some basic ideas of how to correctly use the weights you've gotten if you haven't used them before. A book I really like is "New Rules of Lifting" but forget author's name at the moment. Another compliment to your weights would be bodyweight exercises like push ups, etc. and a very nice book I often use (an has been written about quite a bit here on MDL) is "Be Your Own Gym". The bodyweight stuff is challenging but effective, and modifying exercises until you are stronger totally a good idea if needed. Your library would most likely have these. Don't forget walking! You live near the sea, man. What better place to walk than the shore?

                              Aren't you getting close to a full month now, by the way?




                              Scottish lad won Wimbledon, so Britain won too.
                              I've been looking online for tips on weights. I'm going to do as much cardio as possible including walking.

                              Had to look on calendar, it's 27 days now. It's getting easier day by day. I think I'm getting into a habit of not drinking rather than forcing myself not to drink. Nice one blue.
                              FTM. I'm not biased, I hope everybody beats the mags!

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                              • Originally posted by Sol blackcat View Post
                                Had to look on calendar, it's 27 days now. It's getting easier day by day. I think I'm getting into a habit of not drinking rather than forcing myself not to drink. Nice one blue.
                                Well done, Sol! What an amazing accomplishment--keep it up, I'm rooting for you!

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