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Blade78

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Jack LaLanne and Fructose
« on: August 15, 2012, 05:11:13 pm »

I think I can use elbow greese to get out the resiude from the water distiller, but I also dont think I get much/any of the citric acid, as I scrub and rinse the distiller pretty well

Don't sweat a couple of mg.  There's no way we can avoid some toxins:  we just have to do our best.

And remember:  the Okinawans give us hope!

Btw, Jack LaLanne ate tons of DDT-laden fruits and vegetables all his life and it never affected him.

Of course, he was superhuman!
yes, and Jack likely did the same thing I need to do and everyone else, protect ourselves from excitotoxtins.
I like to read this website, it gives help in that regards
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...I'm not sure how to measure how well I'm doing though and I know Ive had 30yrs of fast food, no exercise and stressful times..Id go out get chinese food with a side of extra MSG, I'd  mix toothpaste into my water to get extra protection  from cavities, I'd use mutiple coupons to get a NEW PATIENT reduced dental exam and X-rays, I used to be a monk, so I always said NO to girls who wanted to get the watchntv-train,  and I'd use 2 sticks of butter on my body before going  tanning...

I wonder if Jack ever had problems with getting too much sugar from his juicers, as he had none of the fiber, right?
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Re: Jack LaLanne and Fructose
« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2012, 06:56:27 pm »

I wonder if Jack ever had problems with getting too much sugar from his juicers, as he had none of the fiber, right?

Well, his health was superb from what I have read until 90.  Around then he started going a little "downhill".  Now by downhill, I mean that he seemed to lose the incredible muscle mass he had even in his 80's.  But his mind was sharp and he travelled all over the globe in his early 90's doing lectures and his energy would put most of us half his age to shame.

I read that he hurt his hips and some of his joints from the massive lifting that he did in his youth.  This may have been the only thing that really slowed him down.  Otherwise, I have a feeling he might have made it to 100 with significant muscle mass.  No one like him...

Fructose is not nearly the issue for athletes from what I have read and he definitely fell into that category with 2 hours of high intensity weights and cardio every day!
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Re: Jack LaLanne and Fructose
« Reply #2 on: August 15, 2012, 08:25:27 pm »

I wonder if Jack ever had problems with getting too much sugar from his juicers, as he had none of the fiber, right?

Well, his health was superb from what I have read until 90.  Around then he started going a little "downhill".  Now by downhill, I mean that he seemed to lose the incredible muscle mass he had even in his 80's.  But his mind was sharp and he travelled all over the globe in his early 90's doing lectures and his energy would put most of us half his age to shame.

I read that he hurt his hips and some of his joints from the massive lifting that he did in his youth.  This may have been the only thing that really slowed him down.  Otherwise, I have a feeling he might have made it to 100 with significant muscle mass.  No one like him...

Fructose is not nearly the issue for athletes from what I have read and he definitely fell into that category with 2 hours of high intensity weights and cardio every day!
because he ate a lot, his body might have not been in a big/any deficiit and his T-levels might not have gone down, right?

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he's in his 70s about 8% bodyfat , lawyer, etc
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Re: Jack LaLanne and Fructose
« Reply #3 on: August 15, 2012, 10:13:40 pm »
Yep.  I've read quite a few of his articles.  And I've still got more than him too. 

Now if he can just pull 10 boats with his teeth across the Alcatraz channel while shackled like Jack did, I'll build a little altar to him in my living room...
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Re: Jack LaLanne and Fructose
« Reply #4 on: August 16, 2012, 03:56:59 am »
Yep.  I've read quite a few of his articles.  And I've still got more than him too. 

Now if he can just pull 10 boats with his teeth across the Alcatraz channel while shackled like Jack did, I'll build a little altar to him in my living room...
so you are saying I need 2 vitamixes, then maybeI can do that?
I dunnoo
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Re: Jack LaLanne and Fructose
« Reply #4 on: August 16, 2012, 03:56:59 am »