eating right

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  1. kennetta profile image55
    kennettaposted 7 years ago

    eating heathy is a part of life and if u diet then it sholdnt be a prb.

    1. Rafini profile image85
      Rafiniposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      if you eat healthy you shouldn't need to diet hmm

      1. camlo profile image87
        camloposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        Right.

        I'm totally skinny, and I've never been on a diet.

        1. Rafini profile image85
          Rafiniposted 7 years agoin reply to this

          (raspberries) (lol)

      2. joecseko profile image71
        joecsekoposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        Diet is a word that describes one's eating habits. I have absolutely no need to lose weight, but most of the year, I'm on a strict diet.

        I shy away from processed foods- not completely, but most of the time. I eat whole grains, whole grain breads and cereals (like old fashioned oatmeal), fish, poultry, "mostly" raw vegetables (to improve the glycemic index and glycemic load), many types of beans (except soy- too high in phyto estrogen for me) some select fruits, high quality whey protein and casein drinks.

        I consume a minimum of five feedings per day, but most days consist of seven. This improves my anabolic state, plus it mitigates insulin secretion. Remember, exhaustion of the pancreas is what leads to type II diabetes.

        I spend the better part of the year at around 188-190 lbs. When I need to drop into my weight class @ 181 lbs, I simply back off the carbohydrates  slightly, about six weeks out. I'm a powerlifter, not a bodybuilder. It's weight that's most important to me at contest time, not how lean I appear.

        I do choose to remain lean throughout the entire year, though. Aesthetics are still important to me, not "absolute strength".

        1. Rafini profile image85
          Rafiniposted 7 years agoin reply to this

          Diet is a word that describes one's eating habits.


          Diet as used by the OP looks to mean - changing eating habits in order to lose weight.

          1. joecseko profile image71
            joecsekoposted 7 years agoin reply to this

            Still, by definition, diet is what I've described. Point taken, but the fact remains, diet is the way one eats. I can see your point, though.

  2. profile image0
    Helpful Hannaposted 7 years ago

    Yes, but what is all of the yummy stuff bad for you?

  3. Dame Scribe profile image60
    Dame Scribeposted 7 years ago

    I am guilty of one moment/month where I binge on half bag small chips and a chocolate bar hmm next to eating healthy smile

    1. MPG Narratives profile image61
      MPG Narrativesposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      As I sit here snacking on my salted chips I'm just as guilty as you. smile

      1. profile image46
        Blakewerposted 7 years agoin reply to this

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        1. joecseko profile image71
          joecsekoposted 7 years agoin reply to this

          Really? Not only are you a spammer, but you know absolutely nothing about proper diet! 450 calories per day? Virtually no adult can live healthily on twice that many calories! Catabolism would run rampant throughout your entire muscular system, and cortisol levels would be so elevated that every bit of food would be stored down as fat!

          1. couturepopcafe profile image60
            couturepopcafeposted 7 years agoin reply to this

            Joe - I tried to return your email 3 times but for some reason it's undeliverable.  I had asked you about exercises.  Now that I see your knowledge of how the body relates to food, I'm convinced you are the expert.  I've been studying the effects of food since 1975, personally of course, and try to stay on the cutting edge of information.  Also eat 90% organic and raw, very little processed food, supplement, and filtered water.  I'm on the road all week and back to college so exercise has been on the back burner for about 4 years.  Do you have another email I can try?

  4. fit2day profile image72
    fit2dayposted 7 years ago

    helpful hanna, the reason all of the things that seem to taste the best are often the worst for you is because our food has been transformed from its natural state and instead of our taste buds craving healthy fruits and vegetables, they've been over stimulated by things like refined sugar, high fructose corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, and other processed junk that harms the body.

    I have personally learned that you can retrain the taste buds when you make it a habit to eat healthier and avoid adding too much to the food you consume. I used to eat a 10 pack of reese's like it was nothing, but now I'll eat fruit and yogurt instead.

  5. profile image52
    wegotfitness.composted 7 years ago

    As far as nutrition goes, most of the world has to be re-educated to rebuild healthy eating habits.  However, this would be very costly and almost impossible. Many of the food industry companies use ingredients that are known to have negative side effects, but we somehow still eat them. If everyone in this world eat somewhat like "joecseko" was describing, people in this world would be healthier.

 
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