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16 Mar 2024, 4:08 pm

I could never eat slow. I've tried but I just don't enjoy it the same


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16 Mar 2024, 4:58 pm

babybird wrote:
I could never eat slow. I've tried but I just don't enjoy it the same


Yeah. I am with you on that. I don't know how I ever did that, in hindsight.



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16 Mar 2024, 6:18 pm

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Are you affected by the seasons

yes, at least in a physiological sense but also in my moods. I "feel the weather" in my bones and sinews, and after a long hot summer, fall makes me smile. after a long winter, springtime makes me smile.



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16 Mar 2024, 6:19 pm

babybird wrote:
I could never eat slow. I've tried but I just don't enjoy it the same

I ate slowly until I entered uncle sam's army, and since then [4+ decades] I've had to resist the urge to wolf down my grub.



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16 Mar 2024, 8:47 pm

Anyone have asthma? I take Symbicort, Spiriva and Montelukast for mine and I still wheeze and have a chronic cough. I see my doctor next week and I'm going to complain.



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17 Mar 2024, 12:01 pm

My new post workout shake is by far the best I've had yet.

Completely dairy free and really thick and smooth. Cookie and cream flavour. I'll be getting it again if I can get it at a good price.

@renaeden I don't have asthma. Sorry I can't help. Hopefully someone else will come along


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17 Mar 2024, 12:11 pm

babybird wrote:
My new post workout shake is by far the best I've had yet.

Completely dairy free and really thick and smooth. Cookie and cream flavour. I'll be getting it again if I can get it at a good price.

@renaeden I don't have asthma. Sorry I can't help. Hopefully someone else will come along


Is your diet dairy free in general?



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17 Mar 2024, 1:25 pm

No but I changed to lactose free dairy milk about 2 years ago because I had a feeling I may have a slight lactose intolerance. Then last week I switched to soya milk just because it's half the price of dairy milk.

And the post workout stuff normally has dried milk in and I found that to be harsh on my intestines so I bought this new stuff and it is really really good. I only need one scoop in soya milk or even water and it's just like a macdonalds milkshake

It's a bit on the dear side though but at least I'm not stuffing my face with toast or sugary cereals after a workout


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17 Mar 2024, 2:15 pm

I am not dairy free, but I prefer soya milk over dairy milk if I have a choice. I even use it in hot drinks.



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17 Mar 2024, 2:33 pm

Yeah it's really nice in tea but I can't get the hang of it when I make my daughter a coffee in the morning time. I find it goes all weird looking.


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17 Mar 2024, 9:20 pm

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Yeah it's really nice in tea but I can't get the hang of it when I make my daughter a coffee in the morning time. I find it goes all weird looking.


It works fine for my coffee, ha. You just need to stir well.



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18 Mar 2024, 11:56 am

Hmmmm OK

Are you dairy intolerant


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30 Mar 2024, 5:41 am

That's my annual mri scan out of the way

Done and dusted


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30 Mar 2024, 6:57 am

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Hmmmm OK

Are you dairy intolerant


I get some mild symptoms of congestion if I drink milk straight, but I can do it if I want.

The main barrier for me to drinking cows milk or adding cows milk to cereals or tea is... the taste.

I find it has an ickiness about it.

I prefer soya milk for that reason.



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30 Mar 2024, 6:58 am

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That's my annual mri scan out of the way

Done and dusted


Good to hear it!



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30 Mar 2024, 10:31 am

blitzkrieg wrote:
babybird wrote:
Hmmmm OK

Are you dairy intolerant


I get some mild symptoms of congestion if I drink milk straight, but I can do it if I want.

The main barrier for me to drinking cows milk or adding cows milk to cereals or tea is... the taste.

I find it has an ickiness about it.

I prefer soya milk for that reason.


I do like real milk but I'm like you with the mild symptoms

I like the soya milk. It's got a kind of nuttiness to it


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