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Author Topic: Phil Heath - Explains "Functional Eating".  (Read 1497 times)
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« Reply #25 on: October 02, 2017, 08:52:56 AM »

If hes attained such an elite level of bodybuilding/nutritional knowledge why does he look worse every single year?  Huh Huh Huh

same reason meth heads do...
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« Reply #26 on: October 02, 2017, 12:45:55 PM »

True Adonis, while you are 100% correct regarding this assertion, would you say that professional athletes are more careful about their diet compared to the average person? For example, marathon runners will load up on carbs because it serves a purpose. The average person isn't eating carbs for a very specific reason, like a marathon runner. It would seem obvious that professional athletes definitely eat certain foods because they serve a very specific purpose when compared to the average person who just eats to eat--although, at the end of the day, all foods serve a purpose, even if we are not consciously aware of its purpose.



hang out with a normal person for a week and see how they eat - fck sorry i should say american


the /'norm' is fast food - if someone is 'eating healthy' it usually means they allocate more $ for food in their diet , nothin more
they buy organic shit - with the same labels and ingredients but instead of high fructose corn syrup its 100% GMO free cane sugar?

they eat 'panera' instead of subway, or goto chik-fil-a and get salads for lunch instaed of McD's - that most peoples versoin of healthy eating


and also what with everyone having to have this great variation in foods they eat from day to day - i literally feel better eating the same breakfast and second breakfast EVERYDAY - why on earth would you seek out different food everyday ? its makes it harded to consume consistent calories as well as gives you gastro distress messing up nutrient absorption
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« Reply #27 on: October 02, 2017, 12:53:56 PM »

hang out with a normal person for a week and see how they eat - fck sorry i should say american


the /'norm' is fast food - if someone is 'eating healthy' it usually means they allocate more $ for food in their diet , nothin more
they buy organic shit - with the same labels and ingredients but instead of high fructose corn syrup its 100% GMO free cane sugar?

they eat 'panera' instead of subway, or goto chik-fil-a and get salads for lunch instaed of McD's - that most peoples versoin of healthy eating


and also what with everyone having to have this great variation in foods they eat from day to day - i literally feel better eating the same breakfast and second breakfast EVERYDAY - why on earth would you seek out different food everyday ? its makes it harded to consume consistent calories as well as gives you gastro distress messing up nutrient absorption

I eat whatever I like...
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« Reply #28 on: October 02, 2017, 12:58:35 PM »

hang out with a normal person for a week and see how they eat - fck sorry i should say american


the /'norm' is fast food - if someone is 'eating healthy' it usually means they allocate more $ for food in their diet , nothin more
they buy organic shit - with the same labels and ingredients but instead of high fructose corn syrup its 100% GMO free cane sugar?

they eat 'panera' instead of subway, or goto chik-fil-a and get salads for lunch instaed of McD's - that most peoples versoin of healthy eating


and also what with everyone having to have this great variation in foods they eat from day to day - i literally feel better eating the same breakfast and second breakfast EVERYDAY - why on earth would you seek out different food everyday ? its makes it harded to consume consistent calories as well as gives you gastro distress messing up nutrient absorption

What do you consider healthy eating?
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« Reply #29 on: October 02, 2017, 01:02:01 PM »

What do you consider healthy eating?


anything that is fresh - vegetables , chicken, beef, whole grain rice - cheap , unalterated prducts - farm fresh - food is a huge business and many people are dependent on Mcdonalds and pizza hut to feed them and will pay them so, but how many know how to cook a potato? or steak?


nothing processed of course- anything designed to sit around longer than a week is shit


you should be asking what is food and WHAT ISNT FOOD -


another thing people need to realize is 100% Organic is just a label the USDA hands out to farmers who practice and maintain certain stipulations - but Im the hippie dumbass stoner that cultivates himself but what the fck do I know about healthy living  
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« Reply #30 on: October 02, 2017, 01:44:04 PM »


anything that is fresh - vegetables , chicken, beef, whole grain rice - cheap , unalterated prducts - farm fresh - food is a huge business and many people are dependent on Mcdonalds and pizza hut to feed them and will pay them so, but how many know how to cook a potato? or steak?


nothing processed of course- anything designed to sit around longer than a week is shit


you should be asking what is food and WHAT ISNT FOOD -


another thing people need to realize is 100% Organic is just a label the USDA hands out to farmers who practice and maintain certain stipulations - but Im the hippie dumbass stoner that cultivates himself but what the fck do I know about healthy living  

Youtube "freaky eaters" and then tell me why someone who has eaten nothing but chips or chocolate for the last 10 years isn't unhealthy...
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