January 25, 2009 at 11:23 pm #60899yellow-ninjaParticipant
I got some Ninja juice for you……January 25, 2009 at 11:25 pm #60900love-my-talon-ssParticipantquote Yellow Ninja:
EWWWWWWW.January 25, 2009 at 11:26 pm #60901quote Love my Talon SS:
it must be veganJanuary 26, 2009 at 12:48 am #60906yellow-ninjaParticipantquote sirjeigo:
Well… Its “man-made”… so it could be considered synthetic.. that count?January 26, 2009 at 12:50 am #60907quote Yellow Ninja:
sell it on ebay and see what FEEDback you get, hahaJanuary 26, 2009 at 1:01 am #60909mr-lamaParticipant
I like the special nerd diet.
Hot pockets an mountain dew. 🙂
On another note, I’ve always had a beef with the medicine thing. I think it’s a great thing when it’s taken like needed. If you are very sick, and you need medicine to get better, then of course it’s good. But I know some people that, on the first sign of a cold or something very minor like that, they take all kinds of different medicine to fix it. Funny thing is, those people always seem to be sick. I think taking all that medicine all the time kills their immune system. I rarely take any kind of medicine. Unless I’m really sick and definately need it, I don’t take any. I get sick once, maybe twice a year. I really do believe there is a link in that. Same thing with health freaks, the people that wash their hands 15 times after doing anything that might get a germ on them. People like that seem to get sick a lot. I think it’s the same killing the immune system thing. It may just be my own crazy theory, but I think it’s right.
As far as diet goes, I’m using this teenage metabolism for all it’s worth. 😀January 26, 2009 at 1:17 am #60910
Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine by thy food -Hippocrates
People usually get sick because their bodies are toxic and make perfect enviroments for disease to grow. That’s why most people get ill during the holidays. All the fatty foods, alcohol, lack of rest and temperature changes.
It’s good to have a fast metabolism when your young, but surprisingly enough a lot of young people are dying from cancer and heart problems. We live in a world where people want results instantly, that’s why most of the drugs that are available won’t cure you long term. People have to become dependent on them.January 26, 2009 at 1:23 am #60912mr-lamaParticipant
People do come reliant on medicine, but that’s buisness. If you cure someone, they will no longer buy your medicine, why would they, so you don’t get any money from that. If you cure the symtoms well, they will take it every time they get sick. More $
It makes perfect buisness sense.January 26, 2009 at 2:49 am #60917AnonymousInactive
I woke up this morning and had two lines of crank and a cup of coffee. I got more done by 9:00AM than the entire US Army.January 26, 2009 at 2:58 am #60921stower1Participant
Most of my Nutritional intake comes from Whiskey with a splash of cola. 😆 My staple diet. As much venison as i can get my family to eat, and some all natural herbs to keep the doctor away for me. :11 I agree with Lama too many pills just wrecks the immune system, makes people sicker. Why cure cancer when you can sell them something to treat the symptom?
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