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Re: Healthy eating « Reply #15 on: August 26, 2010, 04:01 PM »
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Until he goes back to uni lol

Yeah exactly, this is just a temporary thing, sadly. lmao
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Re: Healthy eating « Reply #16 on: August 26, 2010, 04:01 PM »
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Hey, as this issue is spread out amongst various threads I thought I'd put it all into one.  The past few weeks I've been doing my best to eating healthily.  My chocolate intake has decreased and I've bought less junk food like Mcdonalds, KFC and chippes.  I've been eating more fruit, and I've eaten more veg and salad.  I do actually feel better and on like a natural high.  I admit to getting a KFC yesterday and I felt ill for hours afterward.  Today I went for a 6 inch sub (which I think it the heathiest of fast food.  On wheat bread and full salad.  I've even started eating onions and I've never liked onions.
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Re: Healthy eating « Reply #17 on: August 26, 2010, 04:01 PM »
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I wanted to up my immune system so I didn't get ill as much.

Unless you were already unhealthy, not sure that would do it for you.  Vitamin C gets excreted in urine anyway, so don't think it builds up .... did you read somewhere that Vit C is good for the immune system?
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Re: Healthy eating « Reply #18 on: August 26, 2010, 04:03 PM »
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Yeah exactly, this is just a temporary thing, sadly. lmao

And ..... I'd bet, your Mum's home cooking which undoubtedly includes a well balanced diet. 

So, now you know what you SHOULD be doing, there's no excuse, is there ..... :p
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Re: Healthy eating « Reply #19 on: August 26, 2010, 04:03 PM »
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Are you still "vegging" it?
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Re: Healthy eating « Reply #20 on: August 26, 2010, 04:06 PM »
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Having a vegeterian haggis tonite for dinner, anyone tried it?
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Re: Healthy eating « Reply #21 on: August 26, 2010, 04:07 PM »
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Unless you were already unhealthy, not sure that would do it for you.  Vitamin C gets excreted in urine anyway, so don't think it builds up .... did you read somewhere that Vit C is good for the immune system?

I went to Boots to look at "boosting immune system" vitamins and I found that section and picked one lol  I eat less sugar now aswell because it doesn't take much for some chocolate to give me the sweat cheeks thing and it makes me a bit like headed, so I'm drawn to it so much.  If I buy chocolate is can last me ages.

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Re: Healthy eating « Reply #22 on: August 26, 2010, 04:07 PM »
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Are you still "vegging" it?
Not 100%, take a look at what I wrote in the thread recently Smile
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Re: Healthy eating « Reply #23 on: August 26, 2010, 04:09 PM »
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Having a vegeterian haggis tonite for dinner, anyone tried it?

What does that involve then?

I've started having a craving for an omelette but I haven't had one since I was 18 and I had an awful one.  And because of this, I don't know how to make one sorry  Any helpers??
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Re: Healthy eating « Reply #24 on: August 26, 2010, 04:32 PM »
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What does that involve then?

I've started having a craving for an omelette but I haven't had one since I was 18 and I had an awful one.  And because of this, I don't know how to make one sorry  Any helpers??

It is very easy to make an omelette ....

Beat 2/3 eggs with a couple of grinds of salt (depending upon how hungry you are) until just combined .... don't beat until frothy.
Heat a small frying pan and when it is hot (hold your hand over it and if it feels hot to the palm of your hand, it is ready).
Drop a small piece of butter (I use Lurpak Spread Lite) about the size of your thumb from your knuckle to the tip of your thumb.  It will sizzle and melt immediately.
Pour in eggs.  With a spatula or fish slice, drag the edges of the egg into the middle of the pan/omelette; tilt the pan so that the free running egg coats the uncovered area of the pan.  The overall appearance should be that the top of the omelette is still slightly runny as it will continue to cook once you get it folded and onto the plate.
Give it a couple of grinds of pepper, fold over and serve on a warm plate.

There are lots and lots of different omelettes - the foregoing is for a plain one.
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Re: Healthy eating « Reply #25 on: August 26, 2010, 04:42 PM »
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Ahhh cool.  You can add stuff to omelettes to can't you like mushrooms and stuff Think
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Re: Healthy eating « Reply #26 on: August 26, 2010, 05:12 PM »
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Ahhh cool.  You can add stuff to omelettes to can't you like mushrooms and stuff Think

Yes .... but you have to cook whatever it is before you start to make the omelette.  e.g. chop some mushrooms, fry them over low heat in a little butter till ALL the moisture has evaporated.  Keep them warm while you cook the omelette, then spread them over the top of the omelette JUST before you fold it up to serve.

You can also grate some cheese over the omelette, JUST before you fold it up ...

All sorts of things you can do ....
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Re: Healthy eating « Reply #27 on: August 26, 2010, 05:27 PM »
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I had a fruit platter today before my tennis match: sliced bananas, watermelon, orange slices and berries. Little tongue man
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Re: Healthy eating « Reply #28 on: August 26, 2010, 08:14 PM »
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Having a vegeterian haggis tonite for dinner, anyone tried it?
I love veggie haggis, Iris.  Hope you enjoyed!
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Re: Healthy eating « Reply #29 on: August 26, 2010, 08:37 PM »
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I love veggie haggis, Iris.  Hope you enjoyed!

What is in a veggie Haggis and who makes it?
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