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Sobieski
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14/11/2018 12:02 am  

I don't know what you guys complain about.   I fell into 4 MREs.    Awesome.  They need more vegetable's  and make the drinks sugar free but they were awesome.

 Convenient,  quick.  If I could get these at a lower price,  I'd eat them more often.

Seriously,   they were great.

 

 


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14/11/2018 12:06 am  

I can't eat MRE's anymore.  They keep on plugging me up...

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14/11/2018 12:35 am  

Yummy! Eat great grand dad's field rations!  🤢  🤮 


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Travis3000
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14/11/2018 2:29 am  

Hey Jan, see if you can't make "Ranger Pudding" from the MRE.  Hint: it involves the chocolate mix that comes in some of them.  It's good as hell. We used to go bonkers for that shit when I was in OSUT.  


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14/11/2018 3:12 am  

Processed food makes me ill. I suspect a MRE would hospitalize me. I have to buy imported bread from Europe to avoid the Glyphosate residue found in American flour. I suspect there was a connection between losing 50lbs and becoming sensitive to toxins in food.


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14/11/2018 4:15 am  
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Processed food makes me ill. I suspect a MRE would hospitalize me. I have to buy imported bread from Europe to avoid the Glyphosate residue found in American flour. I suspect there was a connection between losing 50lbs and becoming sensitive to toxins in food.

Where do you buy that bread?


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14/11/2018 4:35 am  
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Processed food makes me ill. I suspect a MRE would hospitalize me. I have to buy imported bread from Europe to avoid the Glyphosate residue found in American flour. I suspect there was a connection between losing 50lbs and becoming sensitive to toxins in food.

Where do you buy that bread?

Aldi's, they usually have a Sunflower, Pumpernickel, and a Rye bread. The loaves are shaped like bricks, it a dense, heavy bread, not the WonderSponge that most people are used to eating here. It has no preservatives and will mold very quickly if not refrigerated. Ingredient list: Whole kernal rye, water, whole meal rye flour, salt, oat fiber, yeast. That's it, the entire ingredient list! It's also marked "Product of Germany"

Shopping at Aldi's is great for ghosting, drive an old truck, wear worn clothes, and no one notices that you are buying grass fed ground beef, gourmet dark chocolate, fresh fruits and vegetables, ect.


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14/11/2018 9:13 am  

MRE's are part of the healthy balanced diet. I lived on those things for over three months straight at one point. 

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14/11/2018 12:59 pm  
Posted by: BigSiameseCat
 
Shopping at Aldi's is great for ghosting, drive an old truck, wear worn clothes, and no one notices that you are buying grass fed ground beef, gourmet dark chocolate, fresh fruits and vegetables, ect.

I love shopping there.  I look at the ingredients all the time, and at Aldi's it is very basic and healthier with less chemicals.  No wonder the food costs less!  Eat healthier and save money at ONE store.  That has been the secret to my weight loss, I do not eat out anymore, I pay more attention to what I poison myself with.

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14/11/2018 2:38 pm  
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MRE's are part of the healthy balanced diet. I lived on those things for over three months straight at one point. 

Afghanistan? 

Wassamatta, you don't like goat, camel, dogs, cats, rats, mice? And things that only grow in poor soil conditions? 

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14/11/2018 2:52 pm  

The food there is not quite what I would go for.

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14/11/2018 2:54 pm  
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The food there is not quite what I would go for.

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15/11/2018 10:23 am  
Posted by: BigSiameseCat

Processed food makes me ill. I suspect a MRE would hospitalize me. I have to buy imported bread from Europe to avoid the Glyphosate residue found in American flour. I suspect there was a connection between losing 50lbs and becoming sensitive to toxins in food.

Normally, the peripheral tissues soak away and store toxins (in the food, for example) for decades. It is like a landfill inside the body and the peripheral tissues are selected for this job, because their activities hindered does not pose a direct threat for survival.

Once these “depots“ are filled, begins the symptomatic of the vital organs being toxified and hindered in their activities.

 

In relation to our food swarmed with toxins of great effects, the younger generations reach the point of peripheral tissue saturation at an ever younger age.

“Hitting the wall“ in adolescent females or heart attacks in adolescent males are more and more common.


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15/11/2018 1:33 pm  
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Normally, the peripheral tissues soak away and store toxins (in the food, for example) for decades. It is like a landfill inside the body and the peripheral tissues are selected for this job, because their activities hindered does not pose a direct threat for survival.

Once these “depots“ are filled, begins the symptomatic of the vital organs being toxified and hindered in their activities.

 

In relation to our food swarmed with toxins of great effects, the younger generations reach the point of peripheral tissue saturation at an ever younger age.

“Hitting the wall“ in adolescent females or heart attacks in adolescent males are more and more common.

I found that even though I was losing weight at a reasonable rate of 1 to 2 lbs a week,  I had to stop after losing 50lbs as I was feeling extremely weak and tired, to the point I was barely able to work. I think my body was being overwhelmed by the toxins coming out of my tissues faster than I could eliminate them. I had to stop losing weight as I felt horrible and I appeared to be ill to coworkers.


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15/11/2018 2:37 pm  
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Normally, the peripheral tissues soak away and store toxins (in the food, for example) for decades. It is like a landfill inside the body and the peripheral tissues are selected for this job, because their activities hindered does not pose a direct threat for survival.

Once these “depots“ are filled, begins the symptomatic of the vital organs being toxified and hindered in their activities.

 

In relation to our food swarmed with toxins of great effects, the younger generations reach the point of peripheral tissue saturation at an ever younger age.

“Hitting the wall“ in adolescent females or heart attacks in adolescent males are more and more common.

I found that even though I was losing weight at a reasonable rate of 1 to 2 lbs a week,  I had to stop after losing 50lbs as I was feeling extremely weak and tired, to the point I was barely able to work. I think my body was being overwhelmed by the toxins coming out of my tissues faster than I could eliminate them. I had to stop losing weight as I felt horrible and I appeared to be ill to coworkers.

Kidneys and liver need H2O to operate, more toxins need more H2O, especially from any common illness that ruptures living cells, leaving their remains to be filtered and disposed. Some cases of dehydration lead to kidney failure do to this reason. Colonoscopy can also cause damage as the filters become overwhelmed, water flushes the system, not enough and the kidneys shut down.

Salt with lemon juice and honey is a great remedy and lifesaver when your body is dehydrated. 

Dehydration can kill you! Most people don't drink enough water, for some reason they drink lots of high fructose corn syrup in all the soft drinks they consume. I never was big on soda but cut it out entirely along with alcohol (another enemy of hydration).   


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15/11/2018 4:15 pm  

A lot of people are addicted to corn syrup laden soft drinks. I stopped drinking that stuff before I started dieting, along with no more fast food and tried to maintain adequate hydration. Whether I was really drinking enough water or not, is unknown. I was using intermittent fasting but only one day fasts.

 


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15/11/2018 4:57 pm  

After periods of stress, like post operation the body needs the potassium depots refilled. ASAP. From the feelings of weakness, the low blood pressure and stiff blood vessels to the low tonus of the muscles including the heart you see a typical potassium deficit by exhaustion/depletion.

To my knowledge there is no better thing to refill potassium, than dried figs. They have to be dried.

Potassium, which is regulated by cholesterol is harmless and only gets refilled to its threshold in the blood.

The basic electric interplay of Natrium and Potassium rules many of life’s activities on a cellular level. 

 

Banana is NOT rich in potassium! That is a modern superstition, which came about by a mistake in copying data, that got printed and reprinted again a million times, at least.


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16/11/2018 6:27 am  
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“Hitting the wall“ in adolescent females or heart attacks in adolescent males are more and more common.

A misuse of the English language. Correct is: “adolescent men” and “adolescent women”.


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18/11/2018 10:39 pm  

Adding sugar to salt water increases absorbtion.  There is a raito....


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19/11/2018 5:43 pm  
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Adding sugar to salt water increases absorbtion.  There is a raito....

Blood plasma has 90% water, 8% protein, 2% small molecular components: Ions (from minerals), Glucose (sugar), Vitamins, Hormones, Creatinine, Urea, Uric Acid and other products of metabolism.

At 70kg you look at 3l blood plasma and 10l of intercellular plasma.

Blood plasma makes about 55-60% of the blood-volume.


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