rkiller1: I read that as, "fits over your palate" which makes more sense.
Cpl.D: Maybe we should turn calories into a kind of currency. Get to spend so many per day on food. The budget would be determined by body type and what work you do. The hard part would be working in a way to ensure the right spread of food works out. It'd be harder to be fat in this country, though I'm sure there'd be a market for faking workload. And twinkie smuggling.Just a thought. Stupid thought maybe, but there it is.
ebenbane: I'd buy it. It would make hitting my macros and cutting goals easier
Gaylord Fister: They need to use Bill Burr's voice for this.
Necronic: Man, if you like this product then boy do I have some other incredible inventions for you
wildcardjack: I wanna make an app that analyzes a photo to make a healthy / unhealthy estimate of the dish in front of you. Basically, it'll count the number of green, orange, red, purple pixels and look for fried food beige. If it's colorful, it pops up "probably healthy". Beige ain't healthy, never was.
Theaetetus: the money is in the banana stand: If you are to the point where you have to count the calories of your meal so precisely to figure out if you are over or under by 100 calories for the day, you are doing it wrong.If you're over by a mere 100 calories for the day, every day, that's 10 pounds gained per year. Maybe some precision would help. And honestly, why are you opposed to people having more information?
TrainingWheelsNeeded: ebenbane: I'd buy it. It would make hitting my macros and cutting goals easierAside from someone with serious nutrition goals this is largely useless, it seems.
Shaggy_C: I'll be more excited when it can break down carbs vs proteins in the meal. It isn't just the calories, it's the kind of calories than impact weight gain.
Crass and Jaded Mother Farker: Look, I'm just gonna leave this here...[i.imgflip.com image 426x426]Mmkay?
E5bie: This kooky device will save your subcutaneous adipose,
vicioushobbit: wildcardjack: I wanna make an app that analyzes a photo to make a healthy / unhealthy estimate of the dish in front of you. Basically, it'll count the number of green, orange, red, purple pixels and look for fried food beige. If it's colorful, it pops up "probably healthy". Beige ain't healthy, never was.Cheetos, Doritos, candy corn, mariachino cherries...All healty, by your model.
Salmon: Buy coke instead of food.
the money is in the banana stand: I am going to let you in on a little secret. Take you Fitness Pal app, and delete it. Go to eat any reasonable meal, and only eat half. It doesn't really matter what you eat as long as it isn't obviously unhealthy. Avoid fast-food altogether. Mostly avoid anything fried. Try to eat vegetables and fruits. Don't ever eat farking chocolate or candy. Exercise moderately. There you go. That's all you need. If you are to the point where you have to count the calories of your meal so precisely to figure out if you are over or under by 100 calories for the day, you are doing it wrong.
ZeroPly: What do you mean by "obviously unhealthy"? That's worlds apart for me (Ornish diet) and a Paleo guy. For me, some unhealthy things which I never consume are:(1) whole eggs
ZeroPly: Didn't mean to quote Boobies.
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