Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday February 18th, 2018

Feb 18 2018

Escrow.com

 

“9 out of 10 Olympians drank milk as a child”  That’s the slogan going on during the Olympics right now.  What they aren’t telling you is that 9 out of 10 Olympians aren’t drink milk anymore.  Let me give you some health advice opinions.  Drop milk and limit the rest of your dairy.

Two years ago I was running with a guy that was a four time High School state champion in distance running and ran for Auburn (boo) and Syracuse.  He told me that if I dropped drinking milk I would feel so much better during the day that it would improve my running.  It sounded a bit “out there” and I knew I had 10 more miles to run so I started asking questions.  His answer really boiled down to this.  There is not one animal in the entire world that drinks milk once its weened off its mother. Yes I know there is also not one animal that can shoot under a 100 in golf either but animals COULD go back to feed if they thought it necessary.  The fact is that milk is produced to grow a baby. To give it weight and strength when young.  It has trouble with other food and is a good form of nutrition when sucking is the only way to feed.    Once they can move away from the teet they do.

So why would a human still drink milk?  Misinformation.  We think its healthy even though all the nutrition in milk is readily available in lots of other foods. And those foods are packed with calories like milk is.  In a world of obese people, the last thing we need is more calories.  Three-fourths of the world’s population has lactose intolerance or cannot comfortably digest lactose, a sugar found in milk.   Most don’t even know it unless its severe.  The rest just think that is how they are supposed to feel all day.  And milk has a ton of calcium.  That’s great right?  Not exactly.  Calcium blocks the intake of iron leading to many women, especially young women, becoming anemic.

After hearing all this I switched my morning cow milk to almond milk.  There are a ton of different nut milks but I went through 10 different kinds and found one I loved.  I also limited my yoghurt to one a day.  Some times I ate more.  Cheese I have never eaten a ton of so I left it the same.  The result?  Amazing .  Instantly lost 5 pounds over the next few weeks.   My digesting was so much better.  It’s hard to describe without being blunt but I wasn’t as gassy and things moved though much cleaner.  In general my stomach health was better.  I am reminded of this because my wife used some milk to make something and asked me to drink the rest to get ride of it.  Took me three days to drink but my gut was rough for those three days.  I didn’t even think about it until after as I was trying to figure out what in the world was going on.  Then I thought about it.  Milk.

Take all this for what its worth.  If it helps let me know and I’ll tell you about dropping red meat.  Here are today’s names, Click on them for current price

 

Quote of the Day: “Medicine is not health care, food is health care, medicine is sick care” 

Domain of the Day:   Duz.com  At $11,250 at press time

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

PrizeFight.com  Going to be the start of the Namejet auctions today.  No reserve so its going to move

ConvertCryptos.com  Also going to sell with no reserve.  At $100 at press time

SEMRadio.com   Search Engine Marketing radio.  A whole channel devoted to getting your visitors from Google. Big business

DoubleOven.com I voted this one least likely to meet reserve. It literally has been for sale and at auction for the last 5 years. Checked my email and the first auction it shows up is the Traffic Auction from 2013.  But not a terrible name

GCapital.com  I don’t think you can do wrong owning any LCapital name

Coins.cc  At $500 at press time

ExoticMeats.com  Mmmmm peacock burgers

SaferEarth.com  Good name for some organic product

MegaEntertainment.com  Everything is about Mega nowadays.  The bigger the better

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

Pluk.com   Pronounceable 4L.com are money.  Great money

WOIC.com  Good letters and a C at the end.  Have been in demand for years now.  Coin only adds more value

Koppla.com  5L and 6L with this pattern have always made great brands.

CuriousBrain.com   A curious brain is a good thing.  And a good brand

GoodnessMe.com   Something a grandma would say

LeanPower.com   Lean and powerful.  The best of both worlds.  24 bids

WorkWithUs.com  Great marketing name. 1997 birthday

BizMentors.com  A good program to have successful business people mentor younger students.  2002 birthday

LittleMaster.com  Not exactly sure what it would be used for but getting bids and lots of results on Google

DAR.cc  LLL.cc continue to have value

BloggingBasics.com  There are always people that are new to blogging

SlimDoctors.com  Not sure if they’ll help you lose weigh but they 100% will charge you to lose weight

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

 

DriversWanted.org  Huge shortage of over the road drivers right now.  Great name to attract them. No bids

FastAndFun.com  How I like my cars and my women

BasilMoon.com  Not sure it has much value but sure is nice sounding

BSDistributing.com  The media company for every politician

Godaddy Names With Bids

8a0.com
911academy.com
aa-bali.org
Abraham-Law.com
AccommodationsCanada.com
AIFucto.org
AllForPeace.org
aom-iaom.org
aromesrestaurant.com
AUWines.com
BetSpy.com
CheapBandit.com
CWCG.net
Designuqam.com
DigitalDigg.com
ElectricLichen.com
FairDelivery.com
Gravado.com
GreenLivingHomes.com
HapticSystems.com
healthcareersinalaska.info
HeyJo.com
IDBot.com
InnovativeDecor.net
InteriorDesignPlan.com
KennelDart.com
KLV.net
link2fb.com
LondonHire.com
mathkinz.com
Metroecigs.com
modasystems.com
motinternational.org
MotoCrosswebDesign.com
musiccityestatesales.com
mytangerine.com
NewLondonHistory.org
OQOX.com
Osteomyelitis.com
PsiHealthyLives.com
PYOJ.com
RaleighPest.com
RBUQ.com
RecruitmentOutsourcing.com
RomaWoman.org
Route66Casino.org
Scriberia.com
SJPV.com
SoBeRandStrong.com
SonomaStar.com
SpiritCoin.com
TheColorAwards.com
ThemesFreeDownLoader.com
Top-Rival-Casinos.com
TradeCargo.com
TraderBenefits.com
tulsagraphicdesigncompany.com
VOUU.com
Wiott.com
YRFV.org
YVOG.com
Zamaro.com

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3 comments

  1. Tony

    Few points on the dairy thing. Nothing wrong with dairy per se. Most people who have issue with it are on the lactose intolerance spectrum which apparently includes you and me. After a difficult workout, the best thing to replenish yourself with is bone broth or chocolate milk. Both have the ideal mix of protein, fat and carbs for rebuilding muscle, etc. Milk is great for growing babies for the same reason. Once I switched to lactose free milk, I’ve had no issues. As for almond milk, it’s the least nutritious of the “alt-milks”. One cup of almond milk has 2 almonds in it (I’ve mentioned this before on this blog). Minimal protein. Fact check this whole post with Google.


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      ShaneCultra

      Tony,

      You are right on the money. Don’t doubt that is all true. I use Almond milk to deliver the cereal and fruit I eat with a little protein powder mixed it. If I could do it with water I would. Breakfast is my most important meal because I work out hard in the morning and I have to refuel to make it through the day. I look forward to that big bowl every morning. My favorite meal. Everyone can find a diet that works for them although the reality is most people don’t workout nor diet. The problem is it is more expensive than junk food. A big Costco container of non peanut mixed nuts is up to $16. I could go on forever (as I had a bacon egg and cheese biscuit from McDonalds this morning)

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