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Hello fellow nerds, I am a person who, if I have someone to compete against, can be dedicated but without a specific goal has a tendency to be a little ADD, oh look a cookie! So here is the challenge Starting thanksgiving day you will have several ways to earn points 5 points for every mile run( no stoping to catch your breath) 15 points for every mile of swimming( no stoping to catch your breath) 10 points for a heavy lifting session 2 points for every mile walked 15 points for an hour long group class Food: 5 points for a veggie salad meal(iceberg lettuce doesn't count ) 5 points for drinking a minimum of 50 oz of water in a day 5 points for a green smoothie meal 2 point for turning down a sweet by a well meaning friend or family member Deductions: -5 points for skipping a workout just because you don't want to do it or try to make a lame excuse. -3 points for EACH piece of candy, pie, cake,cookie,sweet,or confection consumed( I make these for Christmas presents so I have to resist them being in the house all month) -5 points for drinking less than 30oz of water a day If this sounds like something you want to do let know and we can get started!
Hey NF! So I've been kind of into smoothies lately. I like to mix my veggies and fruits into a thick, unpleasantly coloured, yet scrumptious drink. What do you think of them? I mean like, do they keep the same nutritional values as their whole ingredients? And I know that too much fruit is too much fruit and all that. That's why I try to use less fruit more veggies. Except when the pea or carrot taste is too strong... That's the worst. I guess I would just like to hear some general opinions or facts. Should I nix the smoothies and just go for whole veggies and fruits or are smoothies okay? It's quite crucial information since I'm, yanno, traing for Loki's Army and all. Thanks guys! -Raj