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Old 22-07-2014, 09:38 AM   #6361
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here ish mani mani fit zai wor! mani mani deadlift champion
You talking about snakey eh?

Heng I am deadbeat champion
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Old 22-07-2014, 10:39 AM   #6362
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How Much Protein Should You Eat Each Day? | Primally Inspired

2.2g per kg of lean body mass seems to work for most...
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Old 22-07-2014, 01:23 PM   #6363
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haha no worries abt the fone.... just buy for play play nia

ya good we can go and spot each other.... wanna lift weights that i cant do before
go where lift leh? Can help help train me this bui bui mah?
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Old 22-07-2014, 05:39 PM   #6364
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How Much Protein Should You Eat Each Day? | Primally Inspired

2.2g per kg of lean body mass seems to work for most...
protein ish good.
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Old 22-07-2014, 09:06 PM   #6365
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To Reiterate, Just In Case You Missed It: No Elevated Ketone Levels in the Inuit | Free The Animal

nice read...
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Old 23-07-2014, 06:20 AM   #6366
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heng i got jiak offal.
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Old 23-07-2014, 08:32 AM   #6367
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protein ish good.
Ya you and your liquid white protein
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Old 23-07-2014, 09:39 AM   #6368
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Mung Bean Starch Glass Noodles

Right off the bat, this one has a few hits against it. First, they’re noodles, and noodles are usually advised against. Second, they’re made from refined starch, which we tend to avoid if we can. Third, the starch is derived from a legume, a food group that’s off the Primal menu for the most part. And yet despite all those strikes, I’m generally supportive of glass noodles while eating Primal. How can this be?

The noodle is just a medium of energy delivery. It’s not inherently bad.
Mung beans are an excellent source of resistant starch. You know, that starch that doesn’t really act like most starches. That starch that doesn’t spike blood glucose, that actually improves our ability to tolerate glucose and increases insulin sensitivity. If you want to hear more about resistant starch and why you should probably be eating it, just read the Definitive Guide to Resistant Starch I wrote a few months ago. Resistant starch explains why in a recent study into the glycemic index of six different Thai noodle and two rice varieties, glass noodles elicited the lowest GI response of all.
Mung bean starch is just that – starch. The protein is removed during the starch refinement process and with it, the lectins, phytic acid, and other potential antinutrients. Mung bean starch shouldn’t pose any issues in that respect.
Other types of glass noodles are made from other starch sources that may not be as beneficial as mung bean starch. Just look at the ingredients. They should read mung bean starch and water, nothing else.

Verdict: Primal.

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Old 23-07-2014, 09:41 AM   #6369
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heng i got jiak offal.
We know you do rimming - no need to share so much details leh
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Old 23-07-2014, 09:43 AM   #6370
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tang hoon ah? i love tang hoon.
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Old 23-07-2014, 09:45 AM   #6371
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Mung Bean Starch Glass Noodles

Right off the bat, this one has a few hits against it. First, they’re noodles, and noodles are usually advised against. Second, they’re made from refined starch, which we tend to avoid if we can. Third, the starch is derived from a legume, a food group that’s off the Primal menu for the most part. And yet despite all those strikes, I’m generally supportive of glass noodles while eating Primal. How can this be?

The noodle is just a medium of energy delivery. It’s not inherently bad.
Mung beans are an excellent source of resistant starch. You know, that starch that doesn’t really act like most starches. That starch that doesn’t spike blood glucose, that actually improves our ability to tolerate glucose and increases insulin sensitivity. If you want to hear more about resistant starch and why you should probably be eating it, just read the Definitive Guide to Resistant Starch I wrote a few months ago. Resistant starch explains why in a recent study into the glycemic index of six different Thai noodle and two rice varieties, glass noodles elicited the lowest GI response of all.
Mung bean starch is just that – starch. The protein is removed during the starch refinement process and with it, the lectins, phytic acid, and other potential antinutrients. Mung bean starch shouldn’t pose any issues in that respect.
Other types of glass noodles are made from other starch sources that may not be as beneficial as mung bean starch. Just look at the ingredients. They should read mung bean starch and water, nothing else.

Verdict: Primal.

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Serious, This is Tang Hun right?
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Old 23-07-2014, 09:45 AM   #6372
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tang hoon ah? i love tang hoon.
Yup, tang hoon...hahah

One more option for us to makan when we are out and about
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Old 23-07-2014, 09:47 AM   #6373
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Serious, This is Tang Hun right?
Yup - but remember the poison is in the dosage...hahah

While we can eat it, we should also be mindful of the amount

Also depends on which stage we are at - if we still have a lot of lose, then I won't go wild on this

BTW - if you noticed me at korean BBQs, I do take the tang hoon what
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Old 23-07-2014, 09:52 AM   #6374
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Yup - but remember the poison is in the dosage...hahah

While we can eat it, we should also be mindful of the amount

Also depends on which stage we are at - if we still have a lot of lose, then I won't go wild on this

BTW - if you noticed me at korean BBQs, I do take the tang hoon what
Ya I saw you eating it

No coz if this is the case next time my mom want to cook tang hun I can at least help to eat instead of her not being able to cook

Sometimes she keep complaining stuff she cook I cannot eat must throw away
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Old 23-07-2014, 10:04 AM   #6375
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Yup, tang hoon...hahah

One more option for us to makan when we are out and about
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