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  • Are Dairy Queen Oreo Blizzards (size Large) Primal?

    I think yes. They have dairy which Mark Sission says is a historically benevolent, nutrient dense food humans have been eating for eons. Granted it is not raw dairy, and there is a small chance that the cows are not grass fed but I am treating non grass fed and pasturized as my 20%.

    Also an Oreo Blizzard has important sucrose that is utilized for energy -- not insidious sucrose; this sucrose helps to replenish my depleted muscle and liver glycogen that is exerted while living the primal life (reading articles on the internet). The Oreo bits themselves I refer to as "nutrient nuggets" because they are delicious and help replenish my waning fat stores (neccessary for enduring the winter months).

    So yes I believe Dairy Queen Oreo Blizzards (size Large) are Primal
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    Blizzards and burgers till they bury me!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by TheFastCat View Post
      I think yes. They have dairy which Mark Sission says is a historically benevolent, nutrient dense food humans have been eating for eons. Granted it is not raw dairy, and there is a small chance that the cows are not grass fed but I am treating non grass fed and pasturized as my 20%.

      Also an Oreo Blizzard has important sucrose that is utilized for energy -- not insidious sucrose; this sucrose helps to replenish my depleted muscle and liver glycogen that is exerted while living the primal life (reading articles on the internet). The Oreo bits themselves I refer to as "nutrient nuggets" because they are delicious and help replenish my waning fat stores (neccessary for enduring the winter months).

      So yes I believe Dairy Queen Oreo Blizzards (size Large) are Primal
      I guesss you can justify anything if you try hard enough.
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      • #4
        Are Dairy Queen Oreo Blizzards (size Large) Primal?
        Only if it's just been shot out of a grass-fed unicorn's ass.
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        • #5
          Yeah, and Oreos are black, so they are not grain.
          In all honesty, you can make a much tastier smoothie which will be great for you if you are carb tolerant and spare yourself the whole angst.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by TheFastCat View Post
            I think yes. They have dairy which Mark Sission says is a historically benevolent, nutrient dense food humans have been eating for eons. Granted it is not raw dairy, and there is a small chance that the cows are not grass fed but I am treating non grass fed and pasturized as my 20%.

            Also an Oreo Blizzard has important sucrose that is utilized for energy -- not insidious sucrose; this sucrose helps to replenish my depleted muscle and liver glycogen that is exerted while living the primal life (reading articles on the internet). The Oreo bits themselves I refer to as "nutrient nuggets" because they are delicious and help replenish my waning fat stores (neccessary for enduring the winter months).

            So yes I believe Dairy Queen Oreo Blizzards (size Large) are Primal
            Do you get a boner from them too?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Terry H View Post
              Do you get a boner from them too?
              You have to be about 12 years old
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              • #8
                Originally posted by TheFastCat View Post
                I think yes. They have dairy which Mark Sission says is a historically benevolent, nutrient dense food humans have been eating for eons. Granted it is not raw dairy, and there is a small chance that the cows are not grass fed but I am treating non grass fed and pasturized as my 20%.

                Also an Oreo Blizzard has important sucrose that is utilized for energy -- not insidious sucrose; this sucrose helps to replenish my depleted muscle and liver glycogen that is exerted while living the primal life (reading articles on the internet). The Oreo bits themselves I refer to as "nutrient nuggets" because they are delicious and help replenish my waning fat stores (neccessary for enduring the winter months).

                So yes I believe Dairy Queen Oreo Blizzards (size Large) are Primal
                You forgot that Oreos are also black which means they are high in antioxidants, like coffee and tea (also black).
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Derpamix View Post
                  You have to be about 12 years old
                  The OP knows why I said that. You shd. talk.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by TheFastCat View Post
                    So yes I believe Dairy Queen Oreo Blizzards (size Large) are Primal
                    This is hilarious. I love how only the large is Primal but the small and medium apparently are not....lol.
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                    • #11
                      This is a funny justification of a non-primal day. Come on guys, have a little fun. Being primal doesn't mean you can't take a joke.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by little vase View Post
                        This is hilarious. I love how only the large is Primal but the small and medium apparently are not....lol.
                        Large is the smallest size. I don't think the Jumbo and Super-Size are primal.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by OneDeltaTenTango View Post
                          Large is the smallest size. I don't think the Jumbo and Super-Size are primal.
                          Wouldn't they be even more primal, though? They have even more dairy and "nutrient nuggets". I think getting two or three of the Super-Size would probably even make me lose weight. I'm going to try it. Fat bomb city!
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by little vase View Post
                            Wouldn't they be even more primal, though? They have even more dairy and "nutrient nuggets". I think getting two or three of the Super-Size would probably even make me lose weight. I'm going to try it. Fat bomb city!
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                            • #15
                              The universe and everything in it is natural. The food created by humans is just as "natural" as anything else. We are a living creature, just like plants and trees and cows... We are a product of nature, therefor any food we create is "natural".

                              So I think we should only eat natural foods, which is every food.

                              (a philosophical rationalization you can use after you eat a large pizza/ice cream/cake)
                              Last edited by Bosnic; 02-12-2013, 07:40 PM.

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