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    Hello everyone, I hope that you are all well, feeling great and all succeeding at your 2008 goals. I am a newbie to the forum and hope to get involved in your forum quite actively. I love all sports and have played badminton from an early age. My real passion is sports nutrition and how it can affect sporting individuals.

    Looking forward to being a member of your forum!

    Nutrioutlet

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    welcome to the forum!
    hahaha, it's a bit early to be succeeding at our new year goals, but i'm sure the sentiment counts ...

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    Hehe! You would be suprised!! lol!

    Thanks Dreamzz

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    welcome to BC FORUM, Nutrioutlet
    have fun here!!

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    Great to have you with us. Welcome!

    Since you are very interested in sports nuitrition, would you like to share something on this subject with us, starting from the very basic?

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    yeah, for instance, what can i eat to make my backhand as whippy as taufik's?


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    hI nEw MeMber!!!
    have Fun here.Do i give a warmed welcome here?i mean it.hi again.

    ur name is about nutrition ha?
    help my cat to lose weight.he never listen to his owner.what to do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    yeah, for instance, what can i eat to make my backhand as whippy as taufik's?

    I guess eat everything the same as TH, if he tells what they are. Then you have to practice and live like TH, .... After all those things, we can image you play and look like TH

    Unless nutrioutlet has a silver bullet for you

    Welcome nutrioutlet to BC, looking forward to your participation

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    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    ur name is about nutrition ha?
    help my cat to lose weight.he never listen to his owner.what to do?
    Find a coach and teach him how to play badminton. It's a sure way to lose weight for anyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by nutrioutlet View Post
    Hello everyone, I hope that you are all well, feeling great and all succeeding at your 2008 goals. I am a newbie to the forum and hope to get involved in your forum quite actively. I love all sports and have played badminton from an early age. My real passion is sports nutrition and how it can affect sporting individuals.

    Looking forward to being a member of your forum!

    Nutrioutlet
    ..to BCBF, nutrioutlet!!..Glad you can join us and yes, feel free to chime in & give your insights on badminton & nutrition and how it can affect sporting individuals!!..Have fun reading and surfing in BC!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdwood View Post
    Find a coach and teach him how to play badminton. It's a sure way to lose weight for anyone
    help me find the suitable size for his racket.
    we are not talking about dogs,

    but my lazy n fat cat.

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    where are u nutrioutlet??we have welcomed u here.

    im looking forward for ur posts.where are they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    help me find the suitable size for his racket.
    we are not talking about dogs,

    but my lazy n fat cat.
    I guess then it's hopeless unless nutrioutlet is busy working on his new cat formula. That's why you won't find him in the forum

    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    where are u nutrioutlet??we have welcomed u here.

    im looking forward for ur posts.where are they?

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    Hi again to everyone! Thank you for such a warm welcome! I can start a nutrition thread in the general forum if you would like me to, and start from the basics of sports nutrition.

    As for cats... well... feed him less and exercise him more! Play with him to get off those pounds (or buy a cat walking leash!!) and feed him small amounts of something like Hills Veterinary Science. Here is a link: http://www.hillspet.com/hillspet/hom...=1201069655487

    Thanks Nutrioutlet

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    A fluid regime would be quite good.

    What do badminton players need? Which brand is the best (or doesn't it exist)

    Is there any difference for the colder climates compared to the non-airconditioned environments of humid subtropical/tropical areas.

    How about the drier climates of southern california?

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    Default XANGO Good For Badminton

    Quote Originally Posted by nutrioutlet View Post
    My real passion is sports nutrition and how it can affect sporting individuals.
    Nutrioutlet
    Good For Badminton too...xanthones in mangosteen.
    Among the powerful phytonutrients found in the rind of the mangosteen, xanthones stand alone in their impressive benefits.
    Scientific studies suggest xanthones may promote healthy bodily function. The whole mangosteen fruit, packed with naturally occurring xanthones, may help:
    maintain intestinal health*
    strengthen the immune system*
    neutralize free radicals*
    support cartilage and joint function*
    promote a healthy seasonal respiratory system*
    http://www.xango.com/learn/xanthones.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by nutrioutlet View Post
    Hi again to everyone! Thank you for such a warm welcome! I can start a nutrition thread in the general forum if you would like me to, and start from the basics of sports nutrition.

    Thanks Nutrioutlet
    I think this would be a good idea and be prepared to open yourself for questions.

    The latest findings to help athletes would be most welcome. Better still if this is directed more specifically to the badminton player!

    Please start as soon as possible.

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