13 Oct 2011 21:31
Some countries have much heartier breakfasts that include a giant piece of chicharone, beans, plantanes, and fired eggs. This meal is usually one that keeps you full for the most part of the day making breakfast an even more important part of one's day than we even thought we knew lol
18 Oct 2011 01:49
I found this prescription today for young ladies who are coming of marrying age and want to attract suitors in the Finnish Epic "Kalevala":
• For the first year eat butter. Not last years butter, but Freshly churned. The text implies this is to be the main food source for the year.
Then the man you long for will not be able to resist marrying you.
I guess Finnish men liked ‘em plump… or maybe had a fetish for breakfast foods… who knows.
19 Oct 2011 20:22
>vitamin tablet , very important otherwise youll
Or you could, you know, eat healthily.
20 Oct 2011 01:09
youve got an eye for sarcasm haven't you.. =)
20 Oct 2011 10:28
There was no sarcasm whatsoever in my post, it was absolutely sincere. Multivitamins are shit; several studies have suggested they increase incidence of breast cancer in women [ http://www.ajcn.org/content/91/5/1268.full ] and vitamin E, present in most multivitamin supplements, was just linked to prostate cancer in men [ http://jama.ama-assn.org/content/306/14/1549.short ].
So my post wasn't sarcastic - it just had a condescending tone. Instead of eating synthetic vitamins, eat healthily.
20 Oct 2011 13:10
No i mean i was being facetious... i jokingly implied that me eating a vitamin pill a day somehow is a good substitute for eating healthily , and that study is still unclear by the way, i find it hard to believe that taking a 1000mu of vitamin e for example has suddenly become hazardous , we'll wait and see
20 Oct 2011 15:33
>and that study is still
It wasn't a study, it was a clinical trial that ended in July, it's perfectly clear.
20 Oct 2011 16:57
Compared with the placebo (referent group) in which 529 men developed prostate cancer, 620 men in the vitamin E group developed prostate cancer
20 Oct 2011 22:59
I would think the margin of error for a group of 55,000 people is >100.
What should be more of a concern is the 4% of all the men studied developed prostate cancer with no previous indicators.
19 Dec 2011 11:14
food that is rich in butter or salt
Although I have never traveled much, some vacation places do offer wonderful breakfasts.
20 Dec 2011 23:01
breakfast is my favourite meal!!
Cereal with milk is always a fav
Granola + Yoghurt + Honey + fresh fruits
lately i have Brown bread with cottage cheese spead over and honey with a sharon fruit and coffee. YUM!!!
Cinnamon Bun with capuccino
Love Love breakfasts and brunches!
21 Dec 2011 09:34
Are you serious? Sharon fruit is the best fruit! Deliciously sweet without being overpowering, flowery, perfect texture... I could go on all day!
21 Dec 2011 09:58
Im being totally honest , they arent my thing.
BTW Ana I was in Vitoria not too long ago, and we ended up in a place called Hotel Ruta de Europa in Subijana.
Very nice place , and the food was great. None of us had ever been there and I must say it was a very nice surprise.
The food was simply great. None of us excepted such quality from a road hotel/ restuarant. If you ever have a chance while your back home you should try it. Their sirloin is mouthwatering. We were a big party and everyone was happy with what they asked for.
Zorionak eta urte berri on neska!
21 Dec 2011 10:21
Food here is really good anywhere you go, really! I was out in the mountains the other day and stopped to eat at a roadside place full of truckers, the food was OUTSTANDING! It might be that Im comparing it to American food after so long living there when there really is no comparison!