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Old 03-31-2015, 01:05 PM   #1
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The over consumption of processed grains.







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GMOs, chemicals in our food, preservatives, and lack of physical exercise
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Old 03-31-2015, 01:16 PM   #3
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GMOs, chemicals in our food, preservatives, and lack of physical exercise
Certainly a contributing factor;

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/ar...ity-carbs.aspx
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Processed foods that are loaded with sugar. People usually think about sweets when they think of sugar, but sugar is in damn near everything that's processed.
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Processed foods that are loaded with sugar. People usually think about sweets when they think of sugar, but sugar is in damn near everything that's processed.
Processed grains spike your glucose index much greater than even sugar does.
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Old 03-31-2015, 01:24 PM   #6
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Weigh yourself. Stop ingesting processed grain for a month. Weigh yourself again, most people will drop at least 10 pounds. Train your body to burn fat instead of sugar and watch a miracle happen.
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Is it okay for me to eat rice noodles, Baja?

I have been making a lot of noodles and fresh veggie dishes (bamboo shoots, baby corn, all sorts of peppers, mushrooms, etc.) and have lost 5 pounds (outside water retention from kidneys) in about 12 days.
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The economy.
People have to eat ****ty food to make their money and time stretch.
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Yes, and it's all thanks to our wonderful and smart overlord Federal government and its food pyramid! Let's turn over more of our lives to those incompetent morons!
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Lazy fat people who become lazy fat parents. Cook real food for your children. I know McDonalds is easy, but it's literally killing your children to shove that sht in front of them a couple times a week.

I work full time and work out 5-6 days a week. It's not difficult to stay in a routine, it's difficult to get into one.
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The economy.
People have to eat ****ty food to make their money and time stretch.
We live in a me first, I want it now, self-gratification society. Fast food isn't cheap at all. People are just god damn lazy. Cooking is fun and it is sexy. Do you know how sexy I look when I am making filipino food? You should see this ginger in the kitchen. You'd be smitten.

A few weeks ago I went to Dairy Queen to get a blizzard and the people in front of me ordered like $30 worth of ****. They were morbidly obese people and they were very hard to look at. Basically wanted to throw up on them it hurt so bad seeing their fail. I could have had groceries for two weeks with that amount of food.

I bet they are still blasting wet turds in the toilet.
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Lazy fat people who become lazy fat parents. Cook real food for your children. I know McDonalds is easy, but it's literally killing your children to shove that sht in front of them a couple times a week.

I work full time and work out 5-6 days a week. It's not difficult to stay in a routine, it's difficult to get into one.
I like that, good line.
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The economy.
People have to eat ****ty food to make their money and time stretch.
b7ng8.
habit
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food and nutrition ignorance

and the number one cause....

PLAYSTATION abnd its ilk have replac3dv3xercise.
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Lazy typing a prime example, caused by obese fingers,
pardun the comedy, its a problem that feeds on itself.
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We live in a me first, I want it now, self-gratification society. Fast food isn't cheap at all. People are just god damn lazy. Cooking is fun and it is sexy. Do you know how sexy I look when I am making filipino food? You should see this ginger in the kitchen. You'd be smitten.

A few weeks ago I went to Dairy Queen to get a blizzard and the people in front of me ordered like $30 worth of ****. They were morbidly obese people and they were very hard to look at. Basically wanted to throw up on them it hurt so bad seeing their fail. I could have had groceries for two weeks with that amount of food.

I bet they are still blasting wet turds in the toilet.
thanks for the visual, it helps with my diet.
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Weigh yourself. Stop ingesting processed grain for a month. Weigh yourself again, most people will drop at least 10 pounds. Train your body to burn fat instead of sugar and watch a miracle happen.
Or start a nickel a day coke habit and watch the weight melt off. Hollywood crash diet.
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thanks for the visual, it helps with my diet.
Hey Chef Luigi! Do you have any good recipes that involve rice noodles!?
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Is it okay for me to eat rice noodles, Baja?

I have been making a lot of noodles and fresh veggie dishes (bamboo shoots, baby corn, all sorts of peppers, mushrooms, etc.) and have lost 5 pounds (outside water retention from kidneys) in about 12 days.
When I read this book I thought about you and your challenge with your kidneys.

You might want to check this out;

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Also I suspect sleeping on an earthing sheet will help you. IMO.
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Taking in more calories than one consumes. Being in a 3500 kcal overage a week, you gain a lb. Be in a 3500 kcal deficit, you lose an lb.

its really is that simple.

you can eat refined sugar all day, as long as you don't go over you daily calories. You can drink all your calories, as long as you don't go over.

I know at 225 lbs, I need to hit 1800 a day with no exercise to lose a lb a week. its so simple, it is 100% reliable to work, I am just lazy and don't keep track.
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Check out the sugar content of that bottle of catsup in your refridgerator and get back to me.
check out one of the grocery items you were proud to buy because tbe package said, no preservatives, and report on how much sodium and sugar is in that product, especially any tomato product.

GRAINS are not the only culprit.
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Hey Chef Luigi! Do you have any good recipes that involve rice noodles!?
Substitute for any pasta dishes or casseroles that call for regular pasta or potatos,,but rice is still a starch it only addresses gluten issues.
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I have been making a lot of noodles and fresh veggie dishes (bamboo shoots, baby corn, all sorts of peppers, mushrooms, etc.) and have lost 5 pounds (outside water retention from kidneys) in about 12 days.
Eating food in it's natural state (raw as much as possible), grown in living soil by a loving farmer in your area allows your body to heal itself.
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Eating too much. Not active enough. Sitting down all day.

Has less to do with processed foods, sugars and all that crap. When talking about obesity - these same people will still be obese regardless of what they eat.

You'd be surprised at what these professional athletes eat...

At the end of the day it's about calories.

All that other stuff might be related to health - but thread title says obesity aka fat ass people.
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Eating food in it's natural state (raw as much as possible), grown in living soil by a loving farmer in your area allows your body to heal itself.
I am sad I didn't get to grow up on the farm. My parents were the first of our generation to not live on a farm. I am the second of that generation.

Hoping sometime down the road I can have a nice modest cabin somewhere and a good plot of land and have lots of fun with growing stuff.

Hopefully gonna be going to a farm in MN to do some work in a few weeks. Also help with breeding rabbits.
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The government knows best! Eat your 6-11 servings of carbs, subject. Avoid healthy oils at all costs.

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