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Old 04-29-2009, 09:04 PM #43
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large #3 value meal from mickyds plus a chocolate sunday.

oh and a diet coke of course...
poor diets affect spelling capabilities
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Old 04-29-2009, 09:16 PM #44
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large #3 value meal from mickyds plus a chocolate sunday.

oh and a diet coke of course...
Hell Yes. Except a sweet tea.

For the fat ***** in the thread, try a salad or grilled chicken, maybe even a little exercise. Try not to be so fat, no one likes fatties. Fatty go BOOM!
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Old 04-29-2009, 10:37 PM #45
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i think a healthy diet requires more knowledge than just telling yourself to not eat "trash people" food.
nah. Just eat fresh vegetables, fresh starches, and fresh meats. If you get fat it's because you're dumb.
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Old 04-30-2009, 12:48 AM #46
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i think a healthy diet requires more knowledge than just telling yourself to not eat "trash people" food.
Well if you aren't trying to build a certain kind of body, eating well is not difficult. If you can't figure out what is and isn't good for you, you are quite stupid.
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Old 04-30-2009, 01:43 AM #47
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large #3 value meal from mickyds plus a chocolate sunday.

oh and a diet coke of course...
Because the diet coke really makes it healthier
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Old 04-30-2009, 01:49 AM #48
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Well if you aren't trying to build a certain kind of body, eating well is not difficult. If you can't figure out what is and isn't good for you, you are quite stupid.
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Old 04-30-2009, 01:31 PM #49
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nah. Just eat fresh vegetables, fresh starches, and fresh meats. If you get fat it's because you're dumb.
fresh vegetables, starches and meats? haha brilliant advice! because of course as long as its fresh theres no way it could be bad for you.... *******.

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Well if you aren't trying to build a certain kind of body, eating well is not difficult. If you can't figure out what is and isn't good for you, you are quite stupid.
yeah i know most is common sense, but still there is research that should be done no matter what just to ensure what you are actually eating is good for you. most people dont even know how to read the ****ing nutrition facts on the back of a product.
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Old 04-30-2009, 01:54 PM #50
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fresh starches as in whole wheat/non processed flour products are more than fine for you, even if you're trying to cut.
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Old 05-01-2009, 02:25 AM #51
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that is boring
who ever said diets where fun and exciting?
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Old 05-01-2009, 09:52 AM #52
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who ever said diets where fun and exciting?
if you think outside the box and actually take time to cook yourself then it can be quite enjoyable and rewarding.
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yea its seriously not hard to cook good healthy food ... if you cant cook for **** and have to stick to the same bull**** dishes every day, then yea, its not fun
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yea its seriously not hard to cook good healthy food ... if you cant cook for **** and have to stick to the same bull**** dishes every day, then yea, its not fun
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Old 05-01-2009, 07:00 PM #55
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yea its seriously not hard to cook good healthy food ... if you cant cook for **** and have to stick to the same bull**** dishes every day, then yea, its not fun
Well you guys are absolutely right. Im just too lazy to cook sometimes... so i stick to the easy ****.



post some recipes!
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cajun chicken:

just take some chicken breast and a hot skillet. i slice my chicken to it cooks faster.

preheat the skillet on high on the stove (starts smoking)

mix paprika, red cayenne pepper, onion powder, thyme, ground white pepper, cumin and salt if you want.

i don't use salt. i just make a dry rub, rub it up all nice (i use alot of cayenne, makes me feel good =) ) and just throw it in the skillet. i love hot food so it fits me perfectly.

i don't use salt, so it's low sodium. i also dont eat any rice with it (like jumbalaya). you just throw it in the skillet and blacken it, really tasty. you can substituite the chicken for shrimp or even steak, but shrimp would obviously have more sodium even without additional salt.



just use natural flavors. i do stir fry steak with lots of garlic and fresh chopped ginger, but no soy sauce.




i just make everything hot with pepper really, so it doesnt need salt plus hot food speeds up your metabolism and is really good for you.
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Old 05-01-2009, 09:13 PM #57
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My dinner for THe nigHT.

Grilled CHiCken (no sauCe of any sorT, jusT spiCed and grilled), LenTils, 7 grain riCe, and boiled poTaToes.

Very HealTHy.
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Old 05-01-2009, 09:22 PM #58
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Grilled CHiCken (no sauCe of any sorT, jusT spiCed and grilled), LenTils, 7 grain riCe, and boiled poTaToes.

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Btw what kind of protein shakes do u guys drink?

Also somebody told me they make you fat for some reason if you drink them without like working out.

Also anybody know any good smoothies? Let alone smoothies to make with a magic bullet ( i used to make a lot, and only 1 of like 50 was Smoothie King quality good haha, rest suckeD)
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Btw what kind of protein shakes do u guys drink?

Also somebody told me they make you fat for some reason if you drink them without like working out.

Also anybody know any good smoothies? Let alone smoothies to make with a magic bullet ( i used to make a lot, and only 1 of like 50 was Smoothie King quality good haha, rest suckeD)
Whey protein in the morning and before/after workouts and casein protein shakes before bed.
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I'm not trying to sound all PETA on you I really don't care about that. But would you want your chicken sitting in a cage its whole life. Or would you want it having a natural life fed right? Besides once you cook it most of the nutrients are gone anways. *******.

And just drink lots of water. Drink like 1.5oz before every meal or something. Most people are dehydrated.
more like 16-32 oz of water, and nutrients are not lost while cooking chicken, that's nonsensical. Vegetables are the only food you need to worry about losing nutrients while cooking. Some vitamins (specifically water soluble) such as vitamin c, thiamin and folic acid are succeptable to being destroyed by high cooking temperatures. Personally when I cook veggies I steam them or or enjoy them raw(NOT boiling them.)

On the topic of healthy recipes here's a sandwich i've been digging on lately:

8 slices of rustic bread
1 1/2 pounds of bacon (about 24 slices), cooked
1 ripe firm-ripe avocado
1 teaspoon of fresh lemon juice
2 medium size tomatoes, halved and sliced thin
6 tablespoons (1/4 stick) of unsalted butter, room temperature
1 bunch or 1/4 cup of arugula, cleaned and trimmed
1/2 garlic clove
3 tablespoons of finely grated parmesan cheese
1 tablespoon of pine nuts
Salt and pepper to taste

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Cook bacon in a 12-inch heavy skillet over moderate heat, turning occasionally, until crisp. Using tongs, transfer bacon to paper towels to drain.

To make the pesto butter: Combine butter, arugula, garlic, Parmesan and pine nuts in the bowl of a food processor fitted with a metal blade. Process until blended. Set aside. Salt and pepper to taste.

Halve, pit, and peel avocado, then slice lengthwise. Gently toss slices with lemon juice.

Spread a thin layer of pesto across each slice of bread. Layer with tomato, bacon and avocado and top with a slice of bread with pesto
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Whey protein in the morning and before/after workouts and casein protein shakes before bed.
do they just fill u up? taste good? make u fatter? I mean I would probably be drinking them w/o working out
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