No not pregnant. Had the shivers too, and felt drowsy, but it mysteriously went away, the feeling was so awful i thought i was going to vomit, is there a flu outthere with tese symptoms? This lasted ...
I was in a fight and got a black eye and a broken nose. My nose looks okay, but I still have this wicked black eye, I dont want my family to know the truth because then they will worry. What excuse ...
it was stuck in the skin halfway, and i pulled it out with tweezers, but the head is still in there. but its 11pm, should I wait until morning and call my doctor, or should I go down to the emergency ...
cheese or tabacco (nah just kidding about the tabacco)
you were intellegent s.boggs01?
blueberrys. they have protein, and antioidants, plus a whole lot of other great stuff.
Bananas is right.
cheeseburgers from mcdonalds
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I know that during the potato faminine in Ireland, people did pretty much live on potatoes. They are loaded with protein, and have most of the minerals and vitamins you need. I know the Irish know hundreds of ways of preparing them. And they say that a grown man would eat up to 20 pounds a day when that was all they had.
BTW - bananas do not have the B-vitamins you need, potatoes do.
If you were going to best survive on one food and only water, it would probably be beef. It has the most complete protein, and there have also been times and places where men survived on that (or maybe it was buffalo, or whale blubber).
A human being trying to live on bananas and water alone would need 50-200 a day to get the nutrients you need- but of course, you still would not get your allotment of many vitamins and nutrients, and you'd get a lot of potassium.
If you had to engineer a 'one only' food, it would probably be an engineered salad, thin crust pizza, or casserole- it could not simply consist of 1 'plain' food item.
Don't believe that crap about blueberries or bannanas. They are lacking in protiens and fats that you need. Cheezeburger is probably the most realistic answer here but there are many possibilities, e.g. quinoa, soybeans, fish, most meats.