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Auburn Tiger’s Secret…

Posted by Pete | Posted in News | Posted on 18-09-2014

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The Wall Street Journal let the cat out of the bag this morning….Reveling the secret to the Auburn Tiger’s football success….And those boys are tough, I think…They drink, get this, beetroot juice…..Yep, beetroot juice…Auburn’s tight end, C. J. Uzomah reports, “It is nasty. The worst thing in the entire world.” The claim is that is contains possible performance benefits that range from increased muscle efficiency to decreases in fatigue levels. Beetroot juice, in other words, could energize players with that extra oomph as the games goes on, according to the Wall Street report. Before each game, between the team warm ups and the kickoff, Auburn’s staff distributes small pouches of beetroot concentrate. The players swirl the beetroot crystals around their water bottles and then slug the deep purple concoction. Ben Cohen wrote the article and his information was from  the European Journal of Applied Physiology and University of Exeter physiologist who co-wrote the study……Well, it sounds good and with the comebacks of Auburn of late, there may be something to it…But Auburn,, Bama knows now, so look out…..It may not work this year…

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So, Auburn’s beetroot juice secret is out of the bag. So What? Everybody has a secret when it comes to food, health, and exercise. Mine is asparagus, eaten ground fine and raw. You Know! Like a cow eats. It kills cancer cells. I’ve got news for Auburn. Alabama has a few secrets of their own as they showed Florida last Saturday. Auburn is a cow college. They do alot of research on food and stuff down there. They probably even grow alot of it. Am sure there is something to this beetroot, but also there is something to asparagus, particularly when eaten raw; also bittermelon, when eaten anyway that one can possibly eat it; also, egg plant, which we call commode, which we raise in our backyard; as well as all kinds of weird potatoes, some sweet, some starchy, some purple, some red, some white, as well as many, many other colors, taste, and textures. One might wonder why a bunch of overpopulated islands, like the Philippines has so little starvation. It is because they eat every thing that grows above the earth, on the earth, and under the earth; and their growing season never ends. It runs the year around.

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