Monday, April 4, 2011

Magic Food.


Evening gentlemen.

(I will refer to all my wonderful, amazing, and might I add devilishly attractive followers as gentlemen. Don't feel bad if you don't fit in to the male demographic, simply put on a top hat and you're in.)

Tonight, a short list of what I like to call Magic Food. I personally find these to be energy boosters or high in important vitamins and what not. Take it or leave it, just like to make it known.

As always, don't eat them if you're allergic or not hungry. I won't be held responsible if somebody dies. I love you all.

The Magic List

Lentils. Lentils are small dried foods similar to nuts, that are rich in protein and full of delicious-ness. Best served in soup or dry if you can handle them. That former statement made them sound like a hardcore food. Lentils - can you handle them?


Green Vegetables. A broad term used for anything and everything green and vegetable-like. These are rich in most vitamins such as A, B1 and B2. Add to any meal or sandwich to get the boost you need.


Bananas. Natures energy bar, these are full of vitamin C, potassium, and the necessary fuel to help protein synthesis. These little super-fruits also contain the highest amount of healthy carbohydrates than any other fruit.

"When the time comes, you'll know what to do." - Adam West, as he hands Quagmire a banana.


Yoghurt. As I've already mentioned, yoghurt is a high-quality and delicious food. Ranking in my top 3 favourite foods, yoghurt contains high-amounts of good bacteria, vitamin B, potassium and all the benefits of dairy products. Pot set is my favourite, but any greek is also good. Don't but the sugary stuff, it's no good.


Oats. Oats are whole-grain napalm, with important dietary fibre and slow release energy, these are found in many foods, but concentrated in oatmeal (No way, really?). A great way to start your day.


Avocado. A source of healthy fats and other good stuff, it's an amazing addition to any sandwich, and can be used as a substitute for butter. It's green, it's good and it's sometimes gold depending on how old it is.

Wholemeal Bread. This should be a given. White bread is just so terrible for you. Whole grain tastes bad in my opinion, so I settle for wholemeal, which is free from most nasty chemicals, full of fiber and tastes great.

Well, that's it for now. I hope some of you start to enjoy some of this food, as I find my diet affects my life greatly.

All the best.

- Oscar.




19 comments:

  1. Can I put on a monocle and mustache or is that going too far?

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  2. Very good read, interesting stuff. Cheers mate

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  3. i like your blog. keep up the good work

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  4. Never heard of lentils untill now :P

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  5. I eat all of those things! I must be doing pretty well ;)

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  6. nice this will b my new diet lol

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  7. Nice ! thank you for these suggestions. I will try them

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  8. what's pot set yoghurt? also i believe the avocado is one of the most nutritious fruits.

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  9. Great blog style! Keep this up! Good blogger!

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  10. Bananas are so good...and they compliment any other fruit.

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  11. Im over dosed on banannas... haha! love them list of awesome food!

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  12. I eat bananas everyday (almost) :)

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  13. I LOVE FRUIT! fruit is good and good for you!

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  14. I eat mashed bananas with oats and milk everyday, possibly the best fuel for your day...

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