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2021-08-06 6:33:10 PM  
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fasahd: A 2000 Cal a day diet only covers the beer.


I... no comment.
 
2021-08-06 5:47:19 PM  
2 votes:
[Build a killer midsection in the kitchen for powerful, effortless miles on the road with...

I'd really like to know what the fark that is supposed to mean?
I mean... do they even lift, bro?
 
2021-08-06 6:34:07 PM  
2 votes:

fasahd: tintar: FrancoFile: portion control and eat some salad first.

Percise1: normal monkey sized portions.

I have to admit... so, some years back my GP/PCP sent me to a nutritionist (and this wasn't even a fatness thing, just purely to attempt tracking down some hormonal+neurological whatevers) - but holy-wow, this lady trotted out a tiny little plate with a tiny little plastic fake-rice and a tiny little plastic fake-vegetals and a tiny little plastic fake-overcooked-meats. none even 1/3 the size of each those things you might normally consume.

I guess those plastics all came free with her degree in nutricianal-science? and, I know, I get it, those were actual reasonable portions in terms of health. but yeah out in the actual world it's like, "ohai Olive Garden? you just served me enough food to feed an entire small village."

It would not surprise me to learn that the average reader of 'Men's Health' is morbidly obese and drops cigarette ashes on the pages as he reads it on the toilet. But it's men's health. If it is a 5 mile jog to the gym and you only have 26 minutes, the plastic portion sizing seems absurd and unhealthy. I fit neither category although covid has made me closer to the former. A 2000 Cal a day diet only covers the beer.


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No, the average reader of Men's Health is gay.
 
2021-08-06 6:22:41 PM  
1 vote:

tintar: FrancoFile: portion control and eat some salad first.

Percise1: normal monkey sized portions.

I have to admit... so, some years back my GP/PCP sent me to a nutritionist (and this wasn't even a fatness thing, just purely to attempt tracking down some hormonal+neurological whatevers) - but holy-wow, this lady trotted out a tiny little plate with a tiny little plastic fake-rice and a tiny little plastic fake-vegetals and a tiny little plastic fake-overcooked-meats. none even 1/3 the size of each those things you might normally consume.

I guess those plastics all came free with her degree in nutricianal-science? and, I know, I get it, those were actual reasonable portions in terms of health. but yeah out in the actual world it's like, "ohai Olive Garden? you just served me enough food to feed an entire small village."


It would not surprise me to learn that the average reader of 'Men's Health' is morbidly obese and drops cigarette ashes on the pages as he reads it on the toilet. But it's men's health. If it is a 5 mile jog to the gym and you only have 26 minutes, the plastic portion sizing seems absurd and unhealthy. I fit neither category although covid has made me closer to the former. A 2000 Cal a day diet only covers the beer.
 
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