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From: kate (78.145.219.29)
Subject:         Re: Q for everyone: how would your body respond if you ate cooked food?
Date: June 21, 2014 at 11:37 am PST

In Reply to: Q for everyone: how would your body respond if you ate cooked food? posted by Tony on June 21, 2014 at 6:47 am:

YES, my body does react negatively!

I occasionally eat some cooked: usually not so much
as a whole meal, but I might have a couple of slices
bread (dry) at my mum's. This because I call round
to see her once a week after a morning at the gym
and am ravenous. Mostly I remember to take a fruit
snack, sometimes not. As little as this will make
me slightly nauseous, and if I am working out in the
evening, will affect my performance. I am not
generally drawn to grains and never was before, so
that is quite occasional.

Again when hungry, I have been known to buy a couple
of baked potato at the gym cafeteria, which I take
home and eat with salad (though I would never risk
it if I were doing an evening workout). This causes
a low-grade infection in the form of bleeding
sinuses and stuffy nose, for a couple of days.

Least offensive but still bad news is if I have
steamed greens. I have reached a point where I do
not really enjoy them as anticipated; they also
result in sub-par performance in my workouts for a
couple of days after, with sluggish BMs.

Pushing yourself in performance, whether mental or
physical, will reveal differences you might not
otherwise notice. But why settle for feeling below
optimal, or at least the best you can be, when it's
so easy?

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