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Originally Posted by LuckyLuchiano View Post

I said there is no such thing as "bad" food only the over consumption of things.
Well it would help if you explained why you felt that way. I am just curious as to how you got to that point when science says otherwise.

What is your definition of bad? Something that instantly kills you? LOL
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Jilian Michaels looks aight to me sometime. Maybe it is because she is a health freak.
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Originally Posted by LuckyLuchiano View Post


burning bridges? son you aint with me in the gym and you aint paying for my groceries, lol
sucking in my stomach? lol what ever you say big boss.

You'll see next time you come in here asking advice about whatever pointless supplement your trying to get on for that week and no one will give you the time of day.

 

Dueces.

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Originally Posted by DCAllAmerican View Post

Well it would help if you explained why you felt that way. I am just curious as to how you got to that point when science says otherwise.
What is your definition of bad? Something that instantly kills you? LOL

What science? The fact of the matter is when it comes to life unless you did the study yourself there is no way to know how something effects you. There are no studies that are done on every single human. Like I said for the 10th time that clearly dudes are not reading. Nobody is stating eat junk every day, but to tell someone not to eat something what so ever because its "bad" is nonsense.
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You'll see next time you come in here asking advice about whatever pointless supplement your trying to get on for that week and no one will give you the time of day.

Dueces.

lol brb remembering last time I asked you for any advice.
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Originally Posted by LuckyLuchiano View Post

What science? The fact of the matter is when it comes to life unless you did the study yourself there is no way to know how something effects you. There are no studies that are done on every single human. Like I said for the 10th time that clearly dudes are not reading. Nobody is stating eat junk every day, but to tell someone not to eat something what so ever because its "bad" is nonsense.
Again I ask, why do you feel there is no such thing as bad food. Nobody said you are eating junk food every day. Get off of that. Nobody said that and nobody implied that.

1. SO again I ask, why do you believe there is no such thing as bad food.
2. What is bad food?
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Originally Posted by iLLest View Post

OK. How about this. For people LIKE MYSELF who aren't familiar with nutrition and DO resort to eating out at chipotle to meet my caloric needs multiple times a week, the people who ARE familiar with diet and nutrition post exactly what we should get from the grocery store and what basic meals would be. I found myself at the grocery store circling around only to leave with

plus chicken and rice and stuff.

Push us in the right direction. I'm the kind of person who needs to be told EXACTLY what to eat and when and then I'll do it for as long as I need to.

iLLest!

Whats behind the Chobani?
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Originally Posted by DCAllAmerican View Post

Again I ask, why do you feel there is no such thing as bad food. Nobody said you are eating junk food every day. Get off of that. Nobody said that and nobody implied that.
1. SO again I ask, why do you believe there is no such thing as bad food.
2. What is bad food?

1. I don't believe in bad food because there is no food that causes instant health damage. Eating 1 donut does not give you diabetes. Eating 100 donuts a day might do something to you, or might not, there is no way to tell because what happens to John Doe might not happen to Steve Jones, so at the end of the day dont eat 100 donuts a day and you dont have to find out what will happen.

2..How would you ask me what is bad food when I don't believe in Bad food?

YOU tell me what is bad food and why is it bad?
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Originally Posted by LuckyLuchiano View Post


lol brb remembering last time I asked you for any advice.

.....never said you did......

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This fat boy is a clown. Yall need to clean up. ***** been doing this a few months and he's an expert compared to the guy with the degree in exercise science contributing to this thread for years.
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Lucky..lust stop fam. I was ready to defend you in a post until I read your last post...son...just stop.

No bad foods? THEN HOW THE **** DID YOU GET TO OVER 300+ POUNDS?!

Doesn't even make sense bruh. You can't keep eating cakes, fries, cookies, etc...evening you want to get a healthy body fam. Your still a fat person at heart, you gotta get that old self out of your mind and think rational bruh.

People in here are trying to help you man. Just listen and take then criticism and improve ya self. You have made TON of improvements to lose weight, but your gonna get fat again once your plateau if you keep eating bad foods thinking its all gravy..no pun.

Yes there's people who can sit around all day and eat like **** and still have a 6 pack and look aesthetic as ****...but your not that person who can do that. Just because you went from a fat **** to just plain fat doesn't let you act like you know everything man.
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Originally Posted by Sneakerfan1 View Post

I like Blue Diamond the best.  Good stuff.  Eventually I'm going to get to the point where I start making my own, though.

Any decent protein powder will do.  I prefer Gold Standard (Optimum Nutrition).  Good price, good amount of BCAA's per serving, and not a lot of filler crap.

Going to look at the prices at gnc tomorrow.
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I just copped 10lbs of Dymatize Elite Isolate for 86 bucks and 5 3lb tubs of Universal Nutrition Milk &Egg protein at 23 bucks a pop. Both are about 24g per scoop

Thanks. I hate proteins that require more than 1 scoop to get the full serving. This sounds good.
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Never tried almond milk before, I'll try to pick it up this weekend? What brand do you recommend?
Stick to the unsweetended version.

Trader Joe's has a good tasting Almond milk.
Blue Diamond is cool as well.
Silk is cool too.

Unsweetended!

Good looking out. I plan to add sugary fruits to substitute, lol
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AAIGHT LETS JUST DROP IT AT THIS POINT GUYS.
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Originally Posted by iLLest View Post

OK. How about this. For people LIKE MYSELF who aren't familiar with nutrition and DO resort to eating out at chipotle to meet my caloric needs multiple times a week, the people who ARE familiar with diet and nutrition post exactly what we should get from the grocery store and what basic meals would be. I found myself at the grocery store circling around only to leave with

plus chicken and rice and stuff.
Push us in the right direction. I'm the kind of person who needs to be told EXACTLY what to eat and when and then I'll do it for as long as I need to.
iLLest!


I went to Fry's earlier and got similar items to yours. Don't know **** about nutrition but I am trying.
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What happened to this thread. I'm reading there is no such thing as bad food??? What? I thought this was the stay/get fit thread. It's about getting your mind right and not eating unhealthy foods. A donut a day?? The only people I hear talking about that are people that want me to get off my deit for a day (mostly women). We really need to stop that talk. A donut as a cheat meal or sneak is okay once a month if your overweight trying to get in better shape or it you good shape trying to push it to the limit. To help take away that craven.
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Originally Posted by RoOk View Post

Lucky..lust stop fam. I was ready to defend you in a post until I read your last post...son...just stop.
No bad foods? THEN HOW THE **** DID YOU GET TO OVER 300+ POUNDS?!
Doesn't even make sense bruh. You can't keep eating cakes, fries, cookies, etc...evening you want to get a healthy body fam. Your still a fat person at heart, you gotta get that old self out of your mind and think rational bruh.
People in here are trying to help you man. Just listen and take then criticism and improve ya self. You have made TON of improvements to lose weight, but your gonna get fat again once your plateau if you keep eating bad foods thinking its all gravy..no pun.

I got fat from Eating over my Caloric maintenance level and not working out THATS how I got fat. Keep believing eat 1 hot dog is gonna make you fat. I DONT EVEN EAT SWEETS maybe something sweet every few months if that, what are you rambling about son?
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Originally Posted by LuckyLuchiano View Post

1. I don't believe in bad food because there is no food that causes instant health damage. Eating 1 donut does not give you diabetes. Eating 100 donuts a day might do something to you, or might not, there is no way to tell because what happens to John Doe might not happen to Steve Jones, so at the end of the day dont eat 100 donuts a day and you dont have to find out what will happen.

2..How would you ask me what is bad food when I don't believe in Bad food?
YOU tell me what is bad food and why is it bad?
See my issue with this is you are skipping the idea of progression. The only examples you gave were 1 doughnut per day and 100 per day. Why not 1 per day for a week? You don't think that is a bad idea?

So bad food to you is INSTANT health damage? That is a hell of a definition man.

Bad food to me is food that has a significant portion of its makeup as not being of benefit to the body.

How often and how much of it being eaten doesn't matter to me. THere is good food and there is bad food. There are some things that fall in the middle but if you acknowledge there is a such thing as good food (I would hope you do) then there HAS to be bad food by logic. There is no good without bad. And Vica Versa
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Originally Posted by iLLest View Post

black beans. never opened em... eyes.gif
iLLest!

Black Beans go crazy man! dont sleep on em.
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Originally Posted by Boogiexdown View Post


I went to Fry's earlier and got similar items to yours. Don't know **** about nutrition but I am trying.

Nutrition is the hardest part, lifting is easy. Once you get it down its simple, in the end it's just food, no reason to over analyze it.

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Whats behind the Chobani?

black beans. never opened em... eyes.gif

iLLest!

YO FOUSEY,

ONE THING I DO IF I USED CANNED BEANS OR OTHER VEGGIES IS TO RINSE DA CONTENTS UNDER COLD WATER SO TO REMOVE THE EXCESSIVE SODIUM.

IM NOT SURE HOW STRICT U WANNA BE, BUT ITS A TINY THING U CAN DO
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My staple:

8 - 12 oz unsweetened almond milk (basically eyeball it)
1 frozen banana (you can go as high as 2 if you like)
handful of blueberries
1 serving peanut butter
6 oz of your favorite greek yogurt or 1 scoop protein powder

Your taste buds will thank me. laugh.gif
Thief! nerd.gif

laugh.gif

 

I think that's pretty much the standard base that most use, lol.

 

When I need the extra calories, I add the yogurt to thicken it up, helps to make you feel "fuller" for longer.

 

iLLest, I'd ditch that sugar free syrup personally.  I guess it's all about where you stand on natural vs. artificial debate.  I'm just paranoid about some of the stuff that these products have in them.

 

Did a quick arm superset as I had to rush to get in the gym tonight before it closed.

 

Finally allowing myself a "cheat" meal.  Think my body needs this monkey wrench thrown into the mix.

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Yea Illest, just make your own syrup man. Use some fruit, bring it to a boil. Use that as a topping. That sugar free stuff is a no go. I am sure you know that already.
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Originally Posted by knightlovesqueen View Post

YO FOUSEY,
ONE THING I DO IF I USED CANNED BEANS OR OTHER VEGGIES IS TO RINSE DA CONTENTS UNDER COLD WATER SO TO REMOVE THE EXCESSIVE SODIUM.
IM NOT SURE HOW STRICT U WANNA BE, BUT ITS A TINY THING U CAN DO
Cooking some Pinto beans right now in the crock pot. Dry Beans smokin.gif

Pintos + Sweet Potatos + Kale.

Can't wait until this is done.
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good movie, I was dying all the black dudes in this were rocking du rags with the cape out roll.gif
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Originally Posted by knightlovesqueen View Post

YO FOUSEY,
ONE THING I DO IF I USED CANNED BEANS OR OTHER VEGGIES IS TO RINSE DA CONTENTS UNDER COLD WATER SO TO REMOVE THE EXCESSIVE SODIUM.
IM NOT SURE HOW STRICT U WANNA BE, BUT ITS A TINY THING U CAN DO
Cooking some Pinto beans right now in the crock pot. Dry Beans smokin.gif

Pintos + Sweet Potatos + Kale.

Can't wait until this is done.
Solid, clean meal.
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dudes really spent 4 hrs arguing about chipotle? Death in a burrito?

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Originally Posted by knightlovesqueen View Post

YO FOUSEY,
ONE THING I DO IF I USED CANNED BEANS OR OTHER VEGGIES IS TO RINSE DA CONTENTS UNDER COLD WATER SO TO REMOVE THE EXCESSIVE SODIUM.
IM NOT SURE HOW STRICT U WANNA BE, BUT ITS A TINY THING U CAN DO
Cooking some Pinto beans right now in the crock pot. Dry Beans smokin.gif

Pintos + Sweet Potatos + Kale.

Can't wait until this is done.
Solid, clean meal.


Yeah, I need to give this a try.  Gotta incorporate more beans into my diet.  Kale is one of my favorites as well.  I like to juice it.

 

smokin.gif to that avy btw.  Reppin JA!

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I cook a pot of beans every week man. Try to eat them every day. I thank Ron Artest for putting me on. YEARS ago I read something about him making his wife make beans for every meal. Yea.
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