Sports Formula Ingredients


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Leave the skins on the tomato. You have...

  • 1.5 - 2 cups of cucumbers (peeled)
  • 3 - 4 tablespoons of coconut cream
  • 3 - 4 tablespoons of dairy cream
  • 1 tablespoon of raw apple cider vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon of lemon juice.
  • 1 cup of water
  • 3 - 4 tablespoons of honey
  • 1 egg (athletes)

*Raven squaking*


He's begging.


For what? Meat?


Yeah, I give them meat, cheese, anything. It's a raven. I've got 4 Ravens that are this big, they're wing span is eight feet.


I can't see them. Where are they up?


Right up here. One of 'ems right up here. He's right over. the bear. This is usually the time I feed them. So, they'll come up and sit right on my balcony up here and beg me.

Now, some athletes have problems with that much, honey, so you can cut it down to just 2 tablespoons.


Did you put an egg in there?


Yes, and you put an egg in there. If you're a sports person, you put an egg in. If you're not a sports person, you don't have to put an egg in it.


Is it sufficient for an hour or two hours?


That can take you through 5 hours of hard activity, tennis, anything.

I've got a martial arts teacher, Sufi master on the diet, he hasn't consumed water in a year, no water.

He won't drink a lick of water and he does 10 hours of martial arts a day.


How much vinegar per day?


I would keep it down to 1 tablespoon. If you're an athlete, heavy exercise, you can have 2.

If you're an athlete, if you're not an athlete, 1 tablespoon maximum. If you're on your feet doing hair all day, 2 tablespoons you'd get away with okay. If you're a sedentary worker and you don't do much, 1 tablespoon a day, maybe only 1.5 teaspoons a day, which is a half a tablespoon.

Vinegar can be very altering.





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