hey man what do you think of the OMEGA 8004 or 8006 juicer? any difference from the one you reccomend?
Both are amazing juicers. I highly recommend either Omega 8004 or 8006. The only difference is one has a stainless steel finish, for an extra few dollars. Easy to clean, and use. The slow press is key. I’ll be updating my juicing recipe section soon. Stay tuned!
Mad Day! Meal 3 on the go as well was half a Chicken with Salad now home for 2x Salmon Fillets, Green Beans & Avocado for Meal 4 #CleanEating #RestDay (via miDailyDiet)
Delicious & Clean. I usually add a little pepper and lime/lemon juice on top of my advocado. Green beans I sprinkle sliced almonds on top.
vitaminBK approved meal.
Traveling is an am@zing time to grow as a person and feed your soul.
The problem is as a person I’ve made a certain decision pertaining to diet and what I feed myself.
The Asian diet is heavy with noodles and rice. I allow myself one dish like this a week. The rest of the time I improvise.
Having stir fry chicken and veggies? Skip the rice! Pay for extra veggies.
Having a curry dish? Have it without rice, and again, extra veggies.
Things like Pho can be made without noodles.
As for Pad Thai, well that falls into my once a week allowance.
Don’t fall into tourist traps of thinking. "Oh, I’m on vacation, I can eat cake and ice cream after every meal." "Sure, late night chips after drinking every night." Once a week is fine. But don’t become glutinous.
Portion control is the next thing. Food is so cheap, so spicy, and so delicious, you want to eat every hour, and a lot of it. Being physically active all day here can build quite the appetite. But 8/10 times you’re probably just thirsty rather than hungry. The sun is strong out here, so drink plenty of water. Drink local teas and coffees (black, no milk or sugar) instead of soft drinks such as cola.
And exercise in the morning. By the time the evening rolls around, you’re way to tired from the sun and the day’s activities. So throw yourself out the door and get your early morning sweat on! It’s also a great way to battle a hangover. Sweat it out!
Big hug from Béla in Northern Thailand.
Training while traveling takes extra discipline. I wake up every morning and do push-ups, handstands push-ups, pull-ups (when I can find a suitable tree branch), and stretching. I go for short, explosive runs every other day. Interval training!
THEN I start my paradise living. Snorkeling, daily Thai massages, beach living, eating fresh organic fruit, etc./
You gotta want it. Even while traveling.”
vitaminBK Breakfast in Thailand!
It’s me, Béla, reporting from the island of Railay in southern Thailand. This is where I have breaky, healthy salad, boiled eggs, and black coffee.
Apart from the physical activities, such as rock climbing (deep water solo is so cool! [rock climbing with no ropes or harnesses, and just pushing off the wall when you fall, and landing in the ocean] f*ck yeah!) I’m also doing daily workouts, consisting of sprints, handstand-push-ups, regular push-ups, chin ups, and lots of stretching.
I’ll admit, I am sinning in the evenings with some delicious cold Thai beers. “When in Rome” (or Thailand).
I’m boating to Ko Phi Phi this morning, it’s the island where Leo DiCaprio filmed “The Beach.” Up next, snorkeling in paradise.
Excellent video for all my people deadlfiting out there!
Dear loyal vitaminBK followers.
As Many of you know, I am grabbing my backpack, and am taking off to South East Asia for 4 months this summer. 112 days, just me and my back back. I’m so excited! Unfortunately this means I will not be posting again on vitaminBK.com until I return in the fall.
Listed below are some article that I wrote a while ago, and think many of my newer followers could really benefit from.