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>> No. 3443 Anonymous
12th August 2015
Wednesday 8:51 pm
3443 Spunk
I don't want to alarm anyone but something has happened to my spunk. It's consistency has changed, it's become too sticky and sludgy. It tends to dribble out rather than shoot out like it use to. I haven't changed my diet, but I recently turned 30 is this something that comes with age?

What does Doctor Britfa.gs think?
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>> No. 3446 Anonymous
12th August 2015
Wednesday 9:00 pm
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Imbibe more fluids and drink less alcohol.

I prescribe zinc supplements once every morning, make another appointment to come back in a fortnight to let me know how you are getting along.

Anything else troubling you?
>> No. 3447 Anonymous
12th August 2015
Wednesday 9:03 pm
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Can you think of any other lifestyle changes you've made recently that might have affected it? Have you stopped smoking, do you exercise more, did you injure yourself somehow?
>> No. 3448 Anonymous
12th August 2015
Wednesday 9:12 pm
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We already had this thread a few months back, just eat some prawns.
>> No. 3449 Anonymous
12th August 2015
Wednesday 9:13 pm
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Eat a load of celery and see if that changes the consistency.
>> No. 3530 Anonymous
25th August 2015
Tuesday 11:13 pm
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OP here, I can't stand celery.

I've tried Zinc, Biocare Zinc Citrate 17.1mg for 90 days, no change.

Sounds like an old wive's tale or rather old troll's tale.

>> No. 3480 Anonymous
23rd August 2015
Sunday 11:46 am
3480 Soylent
Anyone here substituted eating for Soylent? Really curious to try it.

>Soylent is a powdered meal replacement product, advertised as a "staple meal". Its creators state that Soylent meets all nutritional requirements for an average adult.
>Rosa Labs states that the current formulation is based on recommendations of the Institute of Medicine and Soylent includes all of the elements of a healthy diet, without excess amounts of sugars, saturated fats, or cholesterol.


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>> No. 3499 Anonymous
24th August 2015
Monday 6:07 pm
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Yes folate loosely refers to an entire group of chemicals, that's the problem. If the acid disassociates in water, you get the "ate" and the H+ ion. For the "ate" to be useful though you have to get rid of the H+ entirely and attach the "ate" to something else.

I don't understand this in any deep level of detail myself, but:
Folic acid is converted in the liver to tetrahydrofolate, this is then further converted into 5,10-methylenetetrahydrofolate.

It's not particularly bad. The problem is most rice is high in cadmium, and rice is the base staple in soylent. How much of a problem it is depends on who you listen to, if you eat rice daily you might already be getting more cadmium in your diet than soylent has anyway.
>> No. 3500 Anonymous
24th August 2015
Monday 6:18 pm
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No, folate refers to the folate group, which can be found in an entire group of chemicals. Also, if it properly dissociates then you *do* get the folate group and the (two, in the case of folic acid) H+ separately, surely? Hence dissociate. Having a quick look at the structure of tetrahydrofolate, it doesn't even have a folate group, per se, in that the chemical changes are on the folate group itself rather than just deprotonating it and replacing the H+s with something else.

A quick Wikipediaing has revealed to me that the term "folic acid" can refer to a whole hose of chemicals that are derivatives of the proper folic acid, not the term "folate".

Anyway, semantics.
>> No. 3502 Anonymous
25th August 2015
Tuesday 5:40 am
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Illuminating thanks. Though I find it curious why the osteoporosis article on Wikipedia does not mention veganism as aetiology.

The levels of cadmium et al are safe and within FDA approved limits. Supposedly if your product contains cadmium you must put an extra warning label on your product. They have the extra warning on the site but not the product it self. That's what the law suit is about.

Not him but I'm a bit bored of eating. I need to learn more dishes.
>> No. 3631 Anonymous
1st November 2015
Sunday 4:12 pm
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Reading back over this thread, I'm very pleased I came across this post. I know it's a copout and not the intended purpose of the product, but it looks like it may be an excellent supplement. I do wonder if the bodybuilders will catch on and throw it in with their whey and bulking powders.

I'd certainly stick it in with my morning porridge, anyway.
>> No. 3632 Anonymous
1st November 2015
Sunday 4:26 pm
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I've been looking at these sorts of powders as a way to replace the meals I'd end up missing otherwise - I very rarely eat breakfast or lunch, and end up wolfing a 1500 calorie dinner at 10pm. It would be much smarter for me to drink two meals and have a regular dinner.

Sage for useless post

>> No. 3423 Anonymous
10th August 2015
Monday 3:59 pm
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I've just got my first dental filling. There are several more to come (daft I sitting on my arse doing nothing) but I do already have a mild paranoia of them falling out. As well as the possible further decay to the point that I'll need canal treatments, crowns, bridges, whatever other scary things.

How good are modern fillings? How may I preserve what I have and live my life with my teeth?

I've already given up on sweets for the most time. I brush my fangs twice a day. Is there anything else to add?

Not sure if this should go here or to /emo/. Gosh, I envy sharks.
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>> No. 3461 Anonymous
19th August 2015
Wednesday 8:02 pm
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It'll be benzocaine either way. Lloyds Pharmacy don't make you wait around in a car park for two hours whilst constantly promising "I'm just around the corner mate, hang on".
>> No. 3462 Anonymous
19th August 2015
Wednesday 8:14 pm
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Since the lovehoney link popped up, any lads consider buying a prostate massager... for research purposes?
>> No. 3463 Anonymous
19th August 2015
Wednesday 8:51 pm
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It's tempting.

>> No. 3465 Anonymous
20th August 2015
Thursday 1:46 am
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I have an enormous assortment of dicks and dildos that I keep in a briefcase. I call it the Box Of Love.
>> No. 3466 Anonymous
20th August 2015
Thursday 12:02 pm
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I have a woman for that. I call her the Box of Love.

>> No. 3416 Anonymous
4th August 2015
Tuesday 7:18 am
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Morning, lads.

How do I increase my staying power during sex? It seems to be getting worse and I'm reaching the vinegar strokes sooner than I'd like to. At least when I was a teenlad and it was a quickie I'd be ready to go again ~10 minutes later and it'd last much longer, but now it's at least an hour before I'd be ready to go again. I seem to last longest in the morning, before I've had a piss.
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>> No. 3417 Anonymous
4th August 2015
Tuesday 8:59 am
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Be a perma-virgin like myself.
>> No. 3418 Anonymous
4th August 2015
Tuesday 10:39 am
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I've just bought a giant hamper of Ametop numbing cream for reasons non-sexual, but the search online to find it was littered with similar lidocaine gels to be used for fellas with issues with premature ejaculation. Have you tried getting a little bag of coke and watering it down with Vaseline and spreading it thinly on your johnson?
>> No. 3421 Anonymous
4th August 2015
Tuesday 12:18 pm
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Seriously, kegels and edging. Maybe take a zinc supplement.
>> No. 3422 Anonymous
4th August 2015
Tuesday 1:22 pm
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Wearing a condom actually reduces this issue... Also, a tactical wank before the main show?

I found the right amount of alcohol can give you a proper hardon, but you won't spaff so quickly.

Go on tiger get out there.

>> No. 3410 Anonymous
3rd August 2015
Monday 11:00 pm
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So I started working out recently, and I have a question re. sets/reps when bench pressing. I can usually either do 3 sets of 8/4/2 reps or 3 sets of 5/5/5 reps. Which of these is better for simply getting stronger? Is it advisable to do less reps in the first set so you can do more reps in the last sets?
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>> No. 3412 Anonymous
4th August 2015
Tuesday 1:30 am
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Roid rage claims yet another victim.
>> No. 3413 Anonymous
4th August 2015
Tuesday 1:55 am
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Let the mods doing the moderating, lad.
>> No. 3415 Anonymous
4th August 2015
Tuesday 3:56 am
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Apologies, sometimes I am just too trusting. Next time I shall report forthwith.
>> No. 3419 Anonymous
4th August 2015
Tuesday 10:42 am
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>> No. 3420 Anonymous
4th August 2015
Tuesday 11:20 am
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I've been waiting patiently for this.

>> No. 3384 Anonymous
21st July 2015
Tuesday 11:29 pm
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Anyone here been circumcised as an adult?

My foreskin and frenulum are a bit tight from a fungal infection I had and I've been thinking of getting rid of them both. Does it hurt? How much does it cost in the uk?
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>> No. 3403 Anonymous
23rd July 2015
Thursday 1:20 am
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Unless this is some deeply weird cosmetic thing you need it for: if it's due to tightness the NHS will sort that, don't spunk 700 quid on some private medicine bullshit.
>> No. 3404 Anonymous
23rd July 2015
Thursday 1:42 am
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It's not bad enough to get it done on the NHS.
>> No. 3407 Anonymous
26th July 2015
Sunday 6:38 pm
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You can get yourself a circumcision kit and some lidocaine off ebay for under £50.
>> No. 3408 Anonymous
26th July 2015
Sunday 6:38 pm
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snip kit.jpg

forgot pic.
>> No. 3409 Anonymous
26th July 2015
Sunday 6:50 pm
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>> No. 2386 Anonymous
20th June 2014
Friday 12:16 am
2386 Losing weight!
I've got a few questions about weight loss my friends.

I've switched from beer to whiskey will this help? (I'm an alcoholic and drink a LOT of beer, I'm not looking to stop drinking atm, I'm losing weight first then I'll tackle my alcohol addiction)

I've started doing push ups and literally running around the house when no ones in, as well as jogging on the spot and such like.

I'm eating less, I've gone from binge eating to one meal a day. With the occasional chocolate biscuit in between. I'm often hungry now, but I assume my body will get used to less eating?

Is this a good way to lose weight? Or am I being a retard?

Also worth mentioning that I'm quite muscular but I've got a massive beer belly, that's the only place that's fatty the rest of me isn't too bad if I'm honest.

Thanks guys, much love.

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>> No. 2826 Anonymous
15th December 2014
Monday 10:05 pm
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OP here, I'll try the bio oil and give feed back on how it's doing for me, also would i need to shave my hairy belly for it to work?
>> No. 2827 Anonymous
16th December 2014
Tuesday 9:51 am
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Much to my dismay the Mrs never shaves hers, maybe this is why it doesn't seem to work (she buys a copy; Re-Gen oil from somewhere)
>> No. 2828 Anonymous
16th December 2014
Tuesday 9:33 pm
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OP here, got it today, definitely a belly shave job.
>> No. 3405 Anonymous
24th July 2015
Friday 2:00 pm
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OP here, just thought I'd let you all know I'm doing very well. Stopped running recently due to a injury but I've taken up doing sets of bench presses, press ups, curls and planking as well.
>> No. 3406 Anonymous
24th July 2015
Friday 2:05 pm
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Have you considered swimming? It's a very good conditioning exercise if you can't run for whatever reason. I'd also recommend you check out /r/bodyweightfitness, if you fancy a more structured programme that doesn't require much equipment (same for Convict Conditioning). Either way, well done for keeping up with your goals, just make sure you keep an eye on your diet - it really is 80% of your results - and make sure you keep yourself interested in whatever you're doing by changing up your regime every now and then.

>> No. 3372 Anonymous
18th July 2015
Saturday 6:29 pm
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I've come to think that if I want to remain healthy (both physically and mentally) at old age, I should probably start caring about my well-being right now. I've already witnessed how certain bad choices made by other people lead to worse outcomes over the course of years. And I have most certainly made some bad choices myself in the past. Perhaps I'll be able to mend those.

The problem is that I don't know much about the whole affair, apart from rather obvious basics, like avoiding unhealthy and excessive meals, saying no to cigs, performing exercises.

I could certainly use some advice, lads. Is there anything else I should take into consideration? Perhaps you have relatives who made it into the old age without becoming frail?
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>> No. 3393 Anonymous
22nd July 2015
Wednesday 12:45 am
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I use the sauna/steam room 4 or 5 times a week - its great for getting really really clean. I read that 30 minutes in a steam room removes as much from the body as a day of normal liver activity - can't vouch for the science, but it certainly adds to my overall wellbeing (and cures hangovers very quickly, so there might be something in that "fact").
>> No. 3397 Anonymous
22nd July 2015
Wednesday 1:41 am
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I was dreadfully hungover recently and ended up in the sauna at my uni with what can only be described as the scariest man in Salford.
>> No. 3398 Anonymous
22nd July 2015
Wednesday 2:16 am
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Go on.
>> No. 3399 Anonymous
22nd July 2015
Wednesday 2:48 pm
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That's about as much as there is to it. He was enormous in the beer-belly sort of way, covered head to toe in the sort of tattoos that look like they could have been done on the bar at his pub with a biro and a sewing needle and was whinging at me that he couldn't get a job as a hospital porter with all of his tattoos but I was allowed to have my job with mine.
>> No. 3400 Anonymous
22nd July 2015
Wednesday 3:12 pm
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Did he ask to squeeze your muscles?

>> No. 3364 Anonymous
17th July 2015
Friday 12:38 am
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Is it safe to do chin ups everyday? Say, one body weight set to momentary failure every morning.
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>> No. 3367 Anonymous
17th July 2015
Friday 6:30 am
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I think it's meant to be Mario.
>> No. 3368 Anonymous
17th July 2015
Friday 11:52 am
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It's my dad, you cunts.
>> No. 3369 Anonymous
17th July 2015
Friday 12:55 pm
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Hey I remember that funny face app. Wasn't it on Symbian?
>> No. 3370 Anonymous
17th July 2015
Friday 3:57 pm
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Is that Super Mario on his day off?
>> No. 3371 Anonymous
17th July 2015
Friday 5:03 pm
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Stewart Lee has let himself go!

>> No. 3244 Anonymous
27th May 2015
Wednesday 11:34 am
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I just tried Spartacus Routine with 10kg Dumbbells and I couldn't complete it, I got about halfway through before I was wiped.


Is it okay to just keep trying until I can do it all comfortably or should I lower the weight for next time? My aim is to get at least a little fit before I go to the gym so I won't be self-conscious in the weights room because I am so scrawny, I don't intend for this to get me ripped.
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>> No. 3245 Anonymous
27th May 2015
Wednesday 1:48 pm
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Fuck off, Targ loving bastard.

Sorry, please carry on with your thread now.
>> No. 3361 Anonymous
13th July 2015
Monday 4:15 am
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Yes, don't be too proud to do a routine with lower weights or with a few extra seconds between sets. Any effort with proper form is better than giving up or being too proud to keep trying just because you weren't perfect first time.
>> No. 3362 Anonymous
13th July 2015
Monday 12:58 pm
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Seconding this. As a general rule with any routine, if you can't complete it with proper form, always deload to focus on getting the movements correct before even thinking about increasing the weight. If you're not doing the exercise with proper form, you may as well not be doing it at all. How many times can I fit the phrase 'proper form' into this post to stress its importance? Proper form. Proper form.
>> No. 3363 Anonymous
13th July 2015
Monday 2:24 pm
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Thirded. Performing exercises with bad form has limited training value, and vastly increases your risk of injury.

>> No. 3246 Anonymous
12th June 2015
Friday 4:01 am
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I'm trying to lose a bit of weight, and I've started eating very healthily (I've been eating shit recently) but I just dont have time to exercise (going to gym, swimming, jogging, etc)

I walk to work and back 5 days a week, which is about 40-60 minutes of walking each work day depending on how fast I walk.
I work at maccys d's (lol) and on my feet all fucking day. I have a 45 min break but the rest of the time (anywhere from 6 to 11 hours, usually 7-9 hours) I am moving around constantly.

In my free time (not work, cleaning, socializing or tending to other responsibilities) I just plant my arse in bed, have a joint and savour my rest.

Will I lose weight this way or do I have to actually do cardio and all that? Are there any other things I can do to help my weightloss other than cutting calories?
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>> No. 3345 Anonymous
8th July 2015
Wednesday 5:53 pm
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But a model train set or whatever doesn't improve your physical wellbeing like exercise does.

You sound weird.
>> No. 3347 Anonymous
8th July 2015
Wednesday 6:03 pm
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So does reducing alcohol intake and other drug taking. Yet you won't find much advice on these pages from teetotallers. Also, my physical wellbeing is none of your damn business.
>> No. 3351 Anonymous
8th July 2015
Wednesday 6:51 pm
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You should hit the gym Fatlad, it'd sort out your physical insecurities in time.
>> No. 3352 Anonymous
8th July 2015
Wednesday 7:33 pm
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We'd have all been spared this tedious explanation if the dude who misunderstood my initial question hadn't called me an idiot.
>> No. 3360 Anonymous
11th July 2015
Saturday 12:55 pm
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Doing what you do will lose you the body fat as long as you eat less calories than you burn off, but if you want muscle you have to lift weights.

Go into the 4chan /fit/ board and read the link in the sticky, it was really brilliant at explaining everything and I consider it required reading for people wanting to get fit.

>> No. 3356 Anonymous
9th July 2015
Thursday 7:54 pm
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Gym rats

Should I but all these or should I just take the Whey and leave the other two?
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>> No. 3357 Anonymous
9th July 2015
Thursday 8:22 pm
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Whey and creatine is all you'll need for most regimes and some people will argue you don't even need the whey if you have an appropriate diet.

Creatine aids exercise and recovery, so you can exercise more often.

To be honest, I don't even know what the other two do and I've never taken them myself.
>> No. 3358 Anonymous
9th July 2015
Thursday 8:37 pm
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I take l-carnitine tablets when I'm really committing myself to eating well and exercising, and I've found it really does help be shift excess fat. A large part of that is likely placebo or mental coaching, though, as when I know I've had a tablet so my fat metabolism is enhanced as per the function of the molecule, I am much more likely to stick to my diet. A few tablets a day for a few weeks and I've dropped enough weight in the past that I've actually worried.

For a standard recovery shake, you want 2:1 carb:protein so that your body had the easy access energy to recover muscles and the protein to use to rebuild. You can generally buy ground up oats for making shakes. Some BCAAs wouldn't hurt either.
>> No. 3359 Anonymous
9th July 2015
Thursday 8:46 pm
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> For a standard recovery shake, you want 2:1 carb:protein so that your body had the easy access energy to recover muscles and the protein to use to rebuild. You can generally buy ground up oats for making shakes. Some BCAAs wouldn't hurt either.

Just to point out that peri-workout you want fast acting carbs, a dextrose / maltodextrin combo is ideal but either on their own is good enough. The idea is for you to spike your insulin up before and during your workout so that protein + carbs can be carried to the muscle cells to replenish amino acids and glycogen as soon as possible. I'm currently playing with a regime that has me taking 40g of BCAAs during my workout and a whey isolate/maltodextrin drink when I'm done; aside from feeling giddy from all the food colouring in the instantized BCAAs I have to say it's working out pretty well.

>> No. 3252 Anonymous
26th June 2015
Friday 4:52 am
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Let's say that I wanted to give blood but I'm not allowed to because I was love and cherished I slept with another man over 10 years ago. If I lied and donated my tainted blood would I get into trouble for it? I'm clean and definitely don't have bad aids, plus there's almost no way they'd find out, but I'm still worried.
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>> No. 3284 Anonymous
27th June 2015
Saturday 9:41 pm
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They're cheating. It's easy to catch notorious bum drillers. They're notorious, and the drilling noise gives the game away.
>> No. 3349 Anonymous
8th July 2015
Wednesday 6:17 pm
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>In them days you could just walk in
Yeah, you still can. I did last time and it even says on appointment letters that you can, but doing so might incur an extra wait.
>> No. 3350 Anonymous
8th July 2015
Wednesday 6:22 pm
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I think it's been three times this past year I've walked into my local permanent blood donation centre and just been refused to be seen at all without an appointment. Down there it seems they only accept walk-ins nominally.
>> No. 3353 Anonymous
8th July 2015
Wednesday 7:37 pm
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With that sort of attitude you'd swear they weren't desperately short of donated blood.
>> No. 3355 Anonymous
8th July 2015
Wednesday 7:43 pm
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No I wouldn't, because that would be a silly, facile, spiteful thing to think. I can conceive that there are probably one or more other reasons for them being unable to see me than them not actually being short of blood.

>> No. 3295 Anonymous
4th July 2015
Saturday 5:46 pm
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Hi all, I was hoping for a few pointers. I'm looking to get into some sort of shape that isn't a pear, however it's not as simple as 'dont eat' (or maybe it is?) A list of requirements through one thing or another would be:
-diabetic friendly
-arthritis friendly
-vegan friendly
It's a lot to ask but I imagine I'm not a lost cause. Currently weighing in at 17st2lbs, and I'd be aiming for about 14.
Anything is appreciated, be it exercise advise or recipes.
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>> No. 3335 Anonymous
5th July 2015
Sunday 1:52 pm
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The premise is that eating the wrong foods will lead to overeating.
>> No. 3336 Anonymous
5th July 2015
Sunday 1:56 pm
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so you can't over eat the 'right foods' or is it just less likely?
>> No. 3337 Anonymous
5th July 2015
Sunday 1:58 pm
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Far less likely. Go steam yourself a full plate of veg and see how full you feel after it compared to a full plate of chips.
>> No. 3338 Anonymous
5th July 2015
Sunday 3:52 pm
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Correct. However, a human body is not a combustion engine. The way in which we measure calories in food does not account for biological variance in the way the body processes said foods.
>> No. 3339 Anonymous
5th July 2015
Sunday 4:08 pm
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But chips are veg.

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