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Old 15-05-2007, 10:13 PM
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Will, awesome article man, must have taken a long time to do.

I have already started taking cod liver oil tablets and combined glucosamine sulphate, condratin, msm and vit c tablets.

The suggested diet sound very hard to actually incorprate for all us people who go to college / school and cant just get a big steak and veg for lunch. What alternatives are there? I used to eat tuna straight from the can as a snack.
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Old 15-05-2007, 10:37 PM
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On second thoughts i'm locking this aswell before it gets filled with spam and crap [such as comments on vests <_<]

if anyone has any questions to will about the topic they can be asked in the Q+A thread. If you wish for me to open it again will...pm me
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Old 08-02-2008, 12:57 PM
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Oh my that's alot of food for one day :shock:

There is no way I can eat that much in a day, I only have a little stomach. However, your suggested meals have alot of meat and animal products in them. I'm vegetarian so what would you suggest in the way of meals?

I normally have breakfast at around 9am, before college = Cereal or porridge (sometimes a bagel ^_^)

Lunch at around 12:30= Sandwich, normally on white with mild cheddar, lettuce, tomatoe and branston pickle.

I normally have a snack between lunch and dinner. Normally a yoghurt or fruit. Or if i'm feeling naughty, a bit of chocolate or biscuits.

Dinner at around 5-6= Quite varied...pasta, quorn, rice, steamed veg & potatoes on a sunday.

I don't drink fizzy stuff. It's normally a cup of tea or decaf coffee or water with suger free squash.

I do have a weakness for cheese, bread and potatoes lol.
Anything i should be changing or adding?
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Old 08-02-2008, 08:06 PM
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If you can't eat meat ( although my recommendation is meat meat meat meat)

perhaps purchasing some Whey protein, its made from milk

bulkpowders.co.uk sells lots of supplements


Just remember to avoid soy products and you'll be okay .
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Old 02-07-2008, 09:49 PM
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great topic, good diet is so often over looked(especialy by us skinny folk)....but now that im going back to school, i cant afford to eat quit like that....you got a poor mans diet for us willy?
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Old 02-07-2008, 09:52 PM
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eggs
can get them well cheap from places like asda
and lion stamped so little chance of salmonella
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