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robblok

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49 minutes ago, robblok said:

Of course that was clear to me from the start, calcium, magnesium, potassium. Those I already supplemented but I never thought about supplementing salt.

When I play golf, if it is going to be very hot I dissolve one of those electrolyte  powders in water and drink during the game ... seems to work for me as I sometimes sweat a lot...I normally get through two 750ml bottles of water plus the electrolyte ... I like the water cold so put the bottles in the freezer overnight ...

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3 minutes ago, JAS21 said:

When I play golf, if it is going to be very hot I dissolve one of those electrolyte  powders in water and drink during the game ... seems to work for me as I sometimes sweat a lot...I normally get through two 750ml bottles of water plus the electrolyte ... I like the water cold so put the bottles in the freezer overnight ...

I workout a lot, and sweat a lot, so I already supplemented with all the other stuff you need. But by mistake i forgot about salt, maybe because it was always said it was bad. Thankfully the increased salt has no influence on my blood pressure.

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Most supermarkets have smoked mackerel but here in Pattaya there are many stalls selling smoked and BBQ fish. Tinned Tuna, mackerel and sardines are cheap and common. I like pickled herring but it's an expensive import here as are tinned anchovies. I take fish oil supplements.

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Want to buy smoked mackerel? Full fish or fillets, both available in Pattaya. Doctors bar on the lake or Maya bar soi crocodile farm (in salad)

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22 hours ago, Tony salmon said:

Want to buy smoked mackerel? Full fish or fillets, both available in Pattaya. Doctors bar on the lake or Maya bar soi crocodile farm (in salad)

Mr salmon should know ?

 

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On 6/10/2018 at 4:31 AM, JAS21 said:

When I play golf, if it is going to be very hot I dissolve one of those electrolyte  powders in water and drink during the game ... seems to work for me as I sometimes sweat a lot...I normally get through two 750ml bottles of water plus the electrolyte ... I like the water cold so put the bottles in the freezer overnight ...

Is there a lot of Sugar in those powders?

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After reading these posts I went to Big C Extra (Pattaya) to have a look Low and behold Smoked Peppered Mackerel (165Baht for 150g). They didn't have normal smoked. When in the UK I used to have Smoked Mackerel for breakfast.

So this morning Smoked Peppered Mackerel. The tastiest breakfast I had in a long time.

As I'm on a diet (Keto) I weighed the contents there were 195g in the package. (Casino French firm).

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Salmon is the most dangerous fish in the world, but many people still don't know it seems (would they ever know something?).

Kind oscar sardines cans from EU are sold at tops and it is the only healthy fish that you can find in this country.

 

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8 minutes ago, NaDu said:

Salmon is the most dangerous fish in the world, but many people still don't know it seems (would they ever know something?).

Kind oscar sardines cans from EU are sold at tops and it is the only healthy fish that you can find in this country.

 

There are 1391 marine fish species in Thailand.  Are they all unhealthy?  

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