I feel I can go no longer without informing you, my esteemed readers, of an important breakthrough in the field of personal health. Yesterday, I was lucky enough to stumble onto a product named Ostrim in a smoothie store, of all places. Ostrim is, to quote its label, the "#1 Sports Nutrition Meat Snack". Now you might be asking yourself, what exactly constitutes a Sports Nutrition Meat Snack? Well, these are the facts I was able to gather in the limited time I was able to spend with the product:
1) It has Ostrich in it
2) It has some other meat in it
3) It looks like a slim jim
4) It is extremely expensive (compared to a slim jim, at least)
5) It has an star (sort of) spokesman, Kurt Angle, who is evidently some kind of actual wrester - turned - WWF character. Now that's a perfect match if I've ever seen one.
Evidently Ostrim has its roots in the new "all-protien diet" craze that's currently sweeping the nation, or at least that's what they tell me. It's sold right between the power bars and (I promise I'm not making this up) the creatine. At the smoothie place. Instead of bringing a bottle of gatorade to your next mid-summer basketball outing, you can bring a meat stick. Isn't science wonderful?
If you still don't believe me, I found the website
. Order your Ostrim today!