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Had a night out with my brother, my roommate, and an old friend last night. Stared with white wine... Ended with red... Probably drank a wee bit too much... These things happen.
Breakfast today was juice. 2 plums, carrots, broccoli, green onion, garlic, and parsley. Interesting...
Lunch was a big handful of blueberries, some turkey, and a vegetable medley including yellow squash, green beans, onions, and few mushrooms.
Just ate dinner. Marinated cod in olive oil, lemon juice, Bragg's liquid Aminos, granulated garlic, onion powder, chives, and parsley. Grilled it up with a yellow onion, and some sliced zuchinni. Delicious.
Jeez, I'm a good cook. Had a salad with it. Romaine, carrots, and cucumber. Made a quick dressing w/lemon juice, olive oil, garlic and onion powder. Enjoying a glass of Kendall Jackson Vintners Reserve Cabernet. A 99'. Not bad at all.
I've got things backward lately... Eating all my protien at dinner instead of early... Also drinking wine with meals too often...
Going to make up a list of those rules, and list them all at once soon... You'll have to wait until then... Sorry.
To answer a few Q's:
I'm going to get better about listing brand names, when applicable, so that people know exactly what I'm using. I'll start next blog.
The meditation practice I do is one hour a day. I started Dec. 4 of 2003. I have missed two days since then. Whoops... I use a product called Holosync. It's amazing, and powerful stuff. It uses brainwave manipulation frequencies in order to raise your stress threshhold and do a MILLION other beneficial things. I couldn't possibly list all the benefits here. Go to centerpointe.com for all the nitty gritty. It really is amazing.
The raw foods thing is a touch and go thing for me... I eat it raw when possible. I usually make a preference for it. If I'm really in the mood for grilled zuchinni or whatever, I'm going to have it.
Someone brought up an interesting point today. Raw foods in the summer Vs. in the winter. I believe that a lighter, raw diet should be taken up in the summer. Foods should be cooked more in the winter to break them down into thier simpler constituents. The body uses a lot of energy in the winter to stay warm. You can off set this by cooking food a bit to make it easier to assimilate. It's also a bit of an in season thing... Our ansestors sure as hell didn't eat a whole pineapple and a big salad of chopped romaine in Jan. Probably more like cooked squach and richly oiled, coldwater fish... This is another of those topics I could discuss/debate for hours. Research it further if you like. Keep the Q's a comin'... Later friends...