Wednesday, April 01, 2009

The All-Protein Diet

More gunk unearthed during my house cleaning...


Cooking with Semen
by Jay Lynn

Picked this up while thrift-shopping with Senator Theatre manager Gayle Grove, who insisted I buy it. I obviously bought this for the title, not the recipes. Not sure if it was a gay cookbook or a spoof, but the recipes are pretty lame (though requiring a lot of hard work to make!): pretty much every dish calls for 1 teaspoon of special sauce, or 10cc - the average quantity produced by each male ejaculation (and supposedly the inspiration for the name of Godley and Creme's '70s band 10cc).

Here's author Jay Lynn's intro to Cooking with Semen:

"Semen, it's not just for breakfast anymore"

Lynn notes that many ancient civilizations, such as Druids and elite Romans, used to save bodily secretions for use in revitalizing the body. For his recipes, he recommends refrigerating these secretions before using in order to keep them fresh.

Of course, napkins are required for any messy meal, so I'm glad I picked up some Cum-Kleen personal wipes (Mango-scented no less!) from one of the sex toy vendors at the 1997 East Coast Video Show in Atlantic City.


"Get it off after getting off!"

I love how a simple handi-wipe, which you can buy at the grocery store to use for eating barbequed ribs or as a baby wipe, has been rebranded as a sex hygiene aid! I wonder if porn stars really used these?

Here's the back of the package, which advises that the wipes are also available in "handy tub size" (what - for orgies?):


"The original wipe that KLEENS love's messy moments!"

  • Disposable and convenient

  • Clean's today's lubes

  • Beats ruining another towel

2 Comments:

Blogger Adele said...

Is your body making the most of all the protein you’re consuming?

Let’s face it: No protein, no growth.

And we’ve all been bombarded with the latest trends in protein powders, weight gainers, lean gainers, combined protein, plant protein, whey, and egg etc……and the list goes on and on.

But one of the harsh realities I’ve learned from peak performance expert Wade Lightheart is this:

Most of the protein individuals consume ends up in one of two places.

One is your toilet bowl.

And the second place is in a nice layer of sludge somewhere in your digestive tract.

And that all adds up to one GIANT-SIZED WASTE OF MONEY AND EFFORT from all the food you’re eating — especially if you’re taking protein supplements.

You’re absorbing and using only a tiny fraction of the nutrients you’re taking in.

Enzymes digest your food, stimulate your brain, provide cellular energy, and repair all the cells, tissues and organs of your body.

Enzymes are the sparks that make everything happen.

AND HERE’S THE BAD NEWS: Our bodies have a LIMITED enzyme-producing capacity, which naturally declines as we age. (In fact, most individuals have only 30 percent of their enzyme potential by the time they are 40 years old!).

Your body naturally produces over 3,000 different types of enzymes, yet our ONLY external source of enzymes comes from THE FOOD WE EAT.

Digestive enzymes are found naturally in ALL food, whether it’s fruits, vegetables, or meats.

However, most of the food we consume in our modern diets is completely devoid of enzymes, because of how we grow, prepare and transport it.

And research demonstrates that ANY FOOD HEATED ABOVE 114 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT LOSES ALL OF ITS ENZYMES.

In other words, all cooked food is deficient in digestive enzymes, leaving very little to break down your food.

This means most of us are UNABLE to effectively digest the protein we eat.

And that’s pretty shocking and scary when you think about it.

But don’t be too alarmed, because some very bright scientist brains have thankfully figured out a solution:

SUPPLEMENT YOUR DIET WITH HIGH QUALITY DIGESTIVE ENZYMES.

You see, it turns out that enzymes are perhaps the most overlooked component of digestive health.

Not only are digestive enzymes required for the breakdown and digestion of food. But their benefits extend well beyond that too…

World-renowned colon expert Dr. Hiromi Shinya suggests in his book “The Enzyme Factor”, that undigested protein — particularly from milk products, fast food and red meat — can become ‘food’ for “bad” bacteria.

And these bad bacteria create all kinds of toxins that leak into the blood stream.

Meanwhile Dr. Edward Howell, author of “Enzyme Nutrition”, has demonstrated conclusively that using digestive enzymes can improve digestion, regulate weight, and ease the symptoms of a variety of health conditions.

BUT QUALITY IS KEY.

If you take a look around, you’ll find a whole bunch of enzyme formulations being sold in the market. But they’re certainly not all created equal — especially when it comes to the enzyme that digests protein: PROTEASE.

And there’s a big reason of this…

Protease is the most expensive of the enzymes to make.

And there are several kinds of protease enzymes.

And while most formulations have high levels of amylase (digests carbohydrates), or lipase (digests fats), the protease (digests protein) tends to be LOW QUALITY and in low amounts with most formulations.

And it’s called MASSZYMES: Masszymes digestive enzymes

P.S. Did you know that taking a protease supplement can actually help reduce strength loss, and boost short-term strength recovery too when you train?

And here’s where to go again to get your hands on Masszymes:

==> Wade’s digestive enzymes formula

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