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#2659064 - 07/06/17 03:02 PM Re: Best Surf Recovery Supplement? [Re: CloseOutBs]
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Common sense? Rest, hydration, balanced diet, limit alcohol, limit smoking to ZERO, stretching, timed sessions (don't go for hours in the sun without a break) etc.
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#2659212 - 07/06/17 10:00 PM Re: Best Surf Recovery Supplement? [Re: CloseOutBs]
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That's boring. Where's my pill!
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#2660507 - 07/10/17 02:46 PM Re: Best Surf Recovery Supplement? [Re: CloseOutBs]
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Eating a lot of potassium and magnesium rich foods helps me. Or take supplements.

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#2670210 - 08/06/17 08:04 AM Re: Best Surf Recovery Supplement? [Re: CloseOutBs]
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Vitamin I. I for Ibuprofen.

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#2671176 - 08/09/17 02:03 AM Re: Best Surf Recovery Supplement? [Re: laidback]
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Originally Posted By: laidback
Dead lifts...

Squats and bench as well
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#2689313 - 09/25/17 04:20 PM Re: Best Surf Recovery Supplement? [Re: squidley]
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Originally Posted By: squidley
Originally Posted By: Autoprax
High fat diet wreaks havoc on my gall bladder.

Some people do better on high fat diets than others.

One size does not fit all.


I specifically stated that my diet recommendation is not high fat .....boosting fat intake .....NOT. It is about adapting s-o-l-e-l-y to fat. It should be done to the exclusion of all plant-based foods and all animal-based carbohydrates .....eggs and dairy.

Yes, combining fat and carbs can be as bad for you as simply eating carbs. Guess what? It's the carbs, not the fat.
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You are no longer growing/eat the hydroponic tomatoes?

I could be wrong, but I thought you had championed growing tomatoes hydroponically and even had a home system. I was properly impressed by this.

By the way, the three tomato plants we have, grown in soil with drip irrigation are in full harvest mode. Picked a ....oh wait, never mind, let me go find the garden thread...

But before I go, for those wanting to get on a fat adapted diet, look into what the Arctic/Antarctic adventures skiers/hikers types do. They fuel their bodies by getting a large portion of their calories from eating frozen olive oil...like slicing off little pats of butter from rectangles of olive oil. Mmmmm.

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#2689947 - 09/26/17 05:59 PM Re: Best Surf Recovery Supplement? [Re: Mr Doof]
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Peer review says ketogenic metabolism good for your brain.

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#2690113 - 09/26/17 11:58 PM Re: Best Surf Recovery Supplement? [Re: CloseOutBs]
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How about intermittent fasting?

I been experimenting.

I lost 12 pounds in 5 weeks.

It feels good to shock my body.

I have to start adding calories and lifting harder.
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#2690178 - 09/27/17 09:25 AM Re: Best Surf Recovery Supplement? [Re: CloseOutBs]
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Edited by oneula (09/27/17 09:25 AM)
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#2690816 - 09/28/17 04:08 PM Re: Best Surf Recovery Supplement? [Re: Autoprax]
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Originally Posted By: Autoprax
How about intermittent fasting?

I been experimenting.

I lost 12 pounds in 5 weeks.

It feels good to shock my body.

I have to start adding calories and lifting harder.


People do that intermittent fasting every night when they eat dinner at 6 PM, then nothing for 14 hrs (except water) till breakfast.

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#2691830 - 09/30/17 03:45 PM Re: Best Surf Recovery Supplement? [Re: CloseOutBs]
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I know.

I stretched it out to 17.

It's tough. sometimes.

It's really improved my digestion.

And any food tasted GREAT!
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#2693535 - 10/04/17 12:15 PM Re: Best Surf Recovery Supplement? [Re: CloseOutBs]
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That nightly fasting is how I can eat a morning meal of:

1 granola and yogurt or,

2 toast and Vegemite or,

3 leftover cold burrito or,

4 two week old eggnog in late January in the morning or,

5 grapefruit, leftover spaghetti, hard-boiled egg or,

6 Upma (google it...too lazy to link right here) with all the fixin's or,

7 Pancake mix used to make waffles or,

8 cliff bar and pint of water or,

9 go till whenever and whatever

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#2694753 - 10/06/17 08:17 PM Re: Best Surf Recovery Supplement? [Re: CloseOutBs]
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You want to lose weight...eat a bowl of plain oatmeal before every meal.
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#2694767 - 10/06/17 08:56 PM Re: Best Surf Recovery Supplement? [Re: VonMeister]
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Originally Posted By: VonMeister
You want to lose weight...eat a bowl of plain oatmeal before every meal.
Explain
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#2694817 - 10/06/17 11:43 PM Re: Best Surf Recovery Supplement? [Re: CharmingSophisticate]
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Originally Posted By: CharmingSophisticate
Originally Posted By: VonMeister
You want to lose weight...eat a bowl of plain oatmeal before every meal.
Explain


It's filling. If you eat a small bowl of oatmeal an hour before meals you will eat less and probably lower your cholesterol a bit if that's an issue.

Because I'm recovering right now and unable to train I wanted to cut my calories back to see how much I can lean out until I can start training again.

Oatmeal is low calorie but very filling. It also is a great pre-exercise food as they provide consistent energy during exercise. I cook a cup of oatmeal in the morning and an hour or so later run between 4-6 miles.

I stay in the 1700 calorie range by eating oatmeal for breakfast and lunch (lunch is mixed with whey protein and berries) and a regular large protein portion dinner. Processed foods are out for now. I'm steady losing about 4 pounds a week over three weeks. Some is muscle tissue but it comes back quick. Right now I have fats dialed way back and carbs about 25% of my diet to make up for the reduced fats. My goal is to rid myself of as much visceral fat as possible....it really does some nasty stuff to your health.
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