Umm. I guess now's the time to mention: I hated LOTR. The second one was alright, but the third one was so fucking cheesy and "Hollywood". Jackson made the Hobbits homoerotic, and ruined all the gentleness in the friendship between Sam and Frodo. That moment when Sam takes Frodo on his back is SO beautiful in the books it made me cry. In the film you've got the euphoric music, and Sam's overextended delivery. Made me want to puke
On the other hand - LOOOOOVE "Fight Club". Haven't read the book yet!
Zach and Ombat - I saw a TV doco with Hunter S. Thomspon in it. He didn't seem that intimidating. If either of you guys want it I can email it to you - I have the file.
Badger, I also failed to read "The Waves"...
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Welcome to the journal, ssn679doc. Every time I see your username I think you're a spammer
Nameless, I wouldn't worry too much about the potential heartburn with Aloe Vera. I'm gonna stop taking it cos it's giving me the shits, but if you're constipated it would probably work really well! I'm just using a juice from Biovea. Didn't really shop around.
Bloating and other stuff...
So, sad news. Fruit bloats me Well, pretty much everything bloats me, but tonight I had my dinner (1 galia melon, .5kgs cherries and a tiny bit of goats cheese) and I got my pregnant stance up. Obviously I can't post about it on MDA because everyone will say "I-told-you-so", I can't post on RP forum because I should only be drinking pulp-free OJ () so, where did I go? You guessed it (or maybe you didn't) - 30 bananas a day!
I actually found a good article giving an overview on bloating. Having read it, I have the feeling that mine is caused by gas, not water retention. I'll spare you the reasons why I've come to this conclusion
I've decided I might try gripe water (yeah, the thing for colicy babies). What else could I do?
"I think the basic anti-aging diet is also the best diet for prevention and treatment of diabetes, scleroderma, and the various "connective tissue diseases." This would emphasize high protein, low unsaturated fats, low iron, and high antioxidant consumption, with a moderate or low starch consumption.
In practice, this means that a major part of the diet should be milk, cheese, eggs, shellfish, fruits and coconut oil, with vitamin E and salt as the safest supplements."
- Ray Peat