The Oyster Challenge
- Eat a minimum of 4 Oysters per day for 30 days
-Best if they are raw
- Post you favorite pic of you eating Oysters at
Facebook Oyster Challenge Group
-Why do this?
The health benefits of oysters are tremendous plus they are kind of gross and fun
Nutrition Info of Oysters (per medium 25g)Calories- 41
Total Fat- 1.2g
Total Carbohydrates- 2.5g
Potassium- 76mg 2% RDI
Vitamin A- 2.4% RDI
Vitamin C- 5.3% RDI
Cholesterol – 25mg 8% RDI
Calcium- 0.4% RDI
Iron- 13% RDI
Sodium- 53% RDI
Zinc- 6.5mg 45% RDI
A low calorie food with a massive amount of nutrition
DHA, Iodine, a Uniqure amino acid profile and more - from a physics perspective these little guys will boost your charge. there are even theories about human evolution being directly tied to oyster consumption. Oyster are the liver of the ocean. they clean the water and as a result nature has made them a true super food.
Trying the new carnivore craze, well oysters are carnivore and have vitamin C.
See the health benefits you get in 30 days of oyster consumption. May be good for your relations as well.
Oysters are the alchemists of the sea.
They clean the ocean and are like liver cells in a cell. They contain high amounts of DHA that will will convert sunlight to d/c electric current in the brain and in turn the body.
Don't worry about toxicity with these guys they don't need to be fed grains like farmed fish and increase charge. The same charge that powers the sodium/potasium pump on the cell to prevent toxin accumulation inside the cell.
Toxic people are l;ow charge, they need more light and more oysters to make better use of the natural light they consume.
Best in the morning with your bare feet on the ground facing the sun.
Let's do this.
Rob Alexander is on a journey to learn not just about health but everything else.
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