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  1. fluid rich foods are super important as dehydrated bodies are prone to disease , brain fog, muscle weakness etc. read the book 'quench' to understand how to get superhydrated without drinking water by the gallon and running risk of dying from overdilution of tissues salts in bloodstream.

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  2. 1 minute ago, dallysingh101 said:

    Good point. High protein diets put a lot of strain on your kidneys.

    However protein does make you feel fuller for longer (compared to carbs) and can help people to lose weight. I notice you can keep scoffing carbs and not feel full.   

    carbs without fibre true but not true of wholefoods  you get full real quick so really hard to overeat ... people are fatties because they eat denatured proteins and fibreefree carbs . Black beans are the real deal  if you want satiety and protein gains .

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  3. 47 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

    Because we need it to maintain muscle and ligaments/tendons. All our hormones are proteins, as are things like antibodies, we are mostly made up of protein.    

    our bodies recycle protein so we do not need as much as is believed , the human body at the most rapid tissue growth point manages to do this by breastmilk which is between 1 to 6 % percent protein , nothing more . Most fruit and veg  have at least four percent protein just eating normally should give  enough protein without straining liver and kidneys .

  4. On 1/29/2016 at 3:35 PM, dallysingh101 said:

    http://images.vitaminimages.com/hb/vf/productimages/HB/H200W000/HB007566_R_H200W000.gif

    Had same issue bro. Came across these which are made from some Japanese root, they have zero carbs! Warning, they can be bland, and from my experience they work best when you go spicy with whatever you are making. Ingredients are -

    Purified Water, Organic Konjac flour and Oat fibre (Juroat® flour)

     

    For allergens, see ingredients in bold.

    I used to get them when Holland & Barretts had their get one and get second for penny sales on. If you see that, jump on it and stock up on them, they have long shelf lives.

    http://www.hollandandbarrett.com/shop/product/eat-water-slim-noodles-60007566?istCompanyId=8b7eb14d-bd9c-4f8a-aec2-4349bbabb5a0&istItemId=irrirpilt&istBid=tztx&gclid=CKfav42rz8oCFRFmGwod0YIH5Q

    these noodles have caused issues with stomach /intestine blockages  so i would not recommend

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  5. On 5/25/2017 at 5:24 PM, Guest Jacfsing2 said:

    The difference between our thinking is we are a Kaum continually fueled by extreme rebellion against what people consider to be true. Before we all had one Rehat: and that was Taksal. Today the situation has been so terrible that even the Taksal has forgotgen the true Rehat. In Islam rebelling against their Rehat meant excommunication. There are only 2 Jathas in Islam, (Shia and Sunni), and they were both founded for succession of Muhammad, Christians only have 3 Jathas, (Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox), they were formed for religious-conflicts, Jesus Christ made one Jatha and that was Catholicism, the other 2 are rogues of his message,(no offense to Protestants and Orthodox). We have thousands of Jathas, and that's not including Pakhandi Babas into the mix, and each of them was made from rebellion against the tradition. Sometimes rebellion against tradition is good, but a tradition must be replaced, not left in the open. This is not a topic of Maryada changing, but rather we are a communitty of Anti-Compromise, (this is a reason why all problems are made)

    no Jesus created the orthodox school which also included gnostic teachings , catholicism was a created 'church-like' structure to mask the roman empire and protestant of luther was trying to go back towards orthodoxy . forget about protestant of church of England it was purely an exercise in haumai of henry the eighth. and today there are many many jathey of christrians calvinists, lutherians, baptists, seventh day, jehovah's witness etc etc

     

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  6. Just now, Kau89r8 said:

    Already are...

    Did you see that aap hindu who was talking about giving panjab water rights to other states..then later said it was a faux news..

    AAP is gangu brahmins in Panjab...idk i hope these nationalist Sikhs get worst humiliation from their hindu brothers...full of rats..

    punjab and haryana reps on bakrda dam board have been removed so now non punjabis are in charge of all the water descisions remember the false floods done by captain well the AAP?BJP nexus will be even more devastating to punjab .

    Chandigarh goverment posts are no longer reserved for punjabi/haryana people and are being filled by non punjabis  just as the only reps going to delhi are nonPunjabis

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  7. 5 hours ago, Jai Tegang! said:

    So glad to see a young brother clued up on not just the local sistuation but also on what starts in the UK and ends up in Lahore's hira mandi.

    Also Waris Punjab De's Amritpal Singh Sandhu is a ray of hope for the youth.

    These gujjars have spread all over punjab and wherever they can purcahse land to permantly settle, that essentially means there won't be sikhs there in 20 years. One of the two gujjars killed had taken his <banned word filter activated> out and threatened to rape the sarpanch's womenfolk was only 18 and had 4 kids already. I've seen their deras aswell. It looks like a nursery. Plus, these are no soft muslims. They are natorious for keeping loads of aasla (weapons, guns) and kidnapping mentally challenged to salve away at their deras. They traffic them within their network of deras to prevent any tracing.

    This is [was?] the perfect time to drive out these milk spitters back into jammu and kashmir.

    the sarpanch was a female it was her husband who was attacked on first attack he ended up getting sidelined and these scumbags arrived a second time in large numbers to attack and carry away the females , thankfully they were met with bullets and they had to rethink . They  of course called an imam and he arrived for the cameras claiming he came in peace but look he had a shamsheer in his hand . The communists farmer leaders sided with the gujjars rather than the sarpanch and villagers

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  8. look folks it is like this :

    vote for Congress - vote for brahmanism wrapped in a secular wrapping

    vote for Akali Dal Badal - vote for brahmanism wrapped in dharmic/secular wrapping

    vote for BJP - Vote for RSS hinduvta in brahmanism wrapping

    vote for AAP - vote for RSS Hinduvta in secular wrapping

    vote for Akali Dal - Mann vote for only dharmic outfit  but not enough Candidates being put forward

     

    IN OTHER WORDS, HOBSON's CHOICE

     

    First things Bhagwant Mann did  waste 2 krodh to do matha tek at gurdwara  to bury the rulechange his party put in immediately that Amritdhari sikhs are banned for wearing their kirpans whilst executing their government posts that includes school, university and college teachers, doctors, nurses, lawyers , civil servants , police etc etc

    There is no point in crowing we defeated Badal , he just helped his masters corner sikhs into voting in the death of their careers and freedoms .

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  9. On 2/4/2022 at 4:35 AM, proactive said:

    In Jagraon, we use both sawaray for morning, tarka is used for very early morning such as dawn. We use Aathan for afternoon, is your  usage JUAAK rather than JWAAK which we use in Jagraon? In many parts of Malwa the language did change after the partition mainly as those who had migrated in the early 1900s to the canal colonies of Lyallpur and  Montgomery migrated back to their ancestral villages in Malwa having had their language influenced by the decades of living in the canal colonies. This is especially true of Ludhiana where the 1947 refugees were settled back in their ancestral villages. 

    Kameej is used for women's top, such as salwaar kaameej. Jhagga is for a man's shirt. The z sound becomes a j sound in Malwa. 

    and zip becomes jip , my Mum often switches the sounds, of course we take the mick by telling the kids stop being layji

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  10. 21 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

    What is the most minimal, least royal dastar I can wear upon receiving Amrit? I'm vibing with a simple dastar, tied like Namdharis..ish but probably over the ears. 

    What is it called when you tie a Dastar but mainly wrapped circularly around the horizon? Making a thin uniform cover? Not the more elaborate Dumalla that overlap on angles, for which I'm not worthy. 

    Oh..like Sant Jarnail Singh Ji Shaheed wears, but maybe less length? What's that called?

    gol dastar literally round dastar  normally Guru Sahiban are shown with this style  or persian/dumalla style

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  11. 48 minutes ago, S1ngh said:

    Not reading the article as it looks stupid write-up justifying the usage of "get rid of beard" society stigma in this world. If you see from the pictures comparison, you will see how author picked the fat guy and slim guy in comparison and one can judge the biased standpoint of the writer based on this pick. 

    I don't think he trimmed it right? it is just that he is now putting lot of chemicals and glue it down? I used to this un-natural process back in the days and i have no issues with folks doing it or not doing it. However, i would like everyone male/female to stay on the natural beauty. 

    it is all the same guy fat and slim

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