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OH NO - Vegetarian Dieters!
Vegetarian weight loss!
Okay so I came back from this weekend at my dad's house and...I ate...a lot of...meat.
I literally got so sick I threw up and felt like crap for the last two days.  Now my throat is scratchy and I need to get better!

First of all, I feel awful because I know all the crap they put into meat and how they filter it down on what to sell to who and who gets the best of the worst.  I told my dad I was pesca-veg for the past year and he cooked me up some fish WHICH WAS AWESEOME.  He has all my respect and stuff but I felt bad because...well he's my dad and he's always cooked me flank steaks and bacon and meat and meat. 

How can I really get a hold of myself and not do this sort of thing again?  I've been so healthy eating and *sorry* pooping right that my body really likes this life change.  After this weekend I was so bloated with hormones that I actaully got cramps.  My period was 2 WEEKS AGO.  More proof never to do this again or eat meat evar.

Any ideas on detox?  I know teas and stuff but I'm tired of hot liquids and want some realy vegan food.  Ahn tofu my lover I'm sorry I've wronged you.

Hope to hear from you guys!

Current Location: Thomas Nelson Community College
Current Mood: sick sick
Current Music: Blondie: Atomic

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kibonotsubasa From: kibonotsubasa Date: September 3rd, 2008 06:54 pm (UTC) (Link)
First of all, to get your system moving again, I recommend taking a magnesium supplement. Usually it's in a 3 in 1 sort of supplement, Magnesium, Calcium and Zinc. But you can also find it by its self some places. Take one pill at night, and you might spend a while in the bathroom the next morning, but you'll feel better (just a note, it's for this reason I take magnesium every third day. If I take it too often I tend to get diarrhea). Some cranberry juice would be good too. It'll only flush out your kidneys, which you don't seem to really need... but eh, while you're at it, ya know?

As for a feel better diet, try some home cooked Japanese style food. I'm just a vegetarian, not vegan, so I eat alot of eggs, and I love tamagoyaki (I make mine without the dashi stock) and rice for breakfast. For lunch, some more rice and some tempura veggies hit the spot. and Curry Rice is always an awesome dinner ^_^ But then again, I'm crazy hooked on Japanese home cooking ^_^ not that I've ever been into a Japanese home, or had a Japanese person cook for me. My main source is my professors at school (I'm a student of Japanese language) and a book called "Japanese women don't get old or fat". I <3 that book ^_~
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