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Date Signed Up:1/22/2011
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#3791 - 20, Im currently attending college as a full time student and … 11/14/2014 on Open up to your family +1
#381 - At least 50% of my friend Tyler's diet consists of meat and he… 11/13/2014 on 'Murica is spreading like mayo 0
#355 - Buy whole bulk foods (raw chicken, raw beef, heads of lettuce,…  [+] (33 new replies) 11/13/2014 on 'Murica is spreading like mayo 0
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#381 - cannibislover (11/13/2014) [-]
At least 50% of my friend Tyler's diet consists of meat and he eats twice what i do but weighs 50 pounds less (he's 135 i think) and about 8 inches shorter than I am.
The kid is skin and bones but down more food than I do, how do you explain that?
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#377 - happypancake (11/13/2014) [-]
That's a very one-sided view of it. Eating unhealthily and poor lifestyle choices cause obesity.
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#394 - theghostrider (11/13/2014) [-]
>enduranceathlete.

dude, really, it's obvious.
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#400 - angelusprimus (11/13/2014) [-]
Lets see the list of athletes that eat meat:
Usain Bolt, Christiano Ronaldo, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Phelps, Federer, Jordan, Thorpe, Pele, Messi, Nadal, Maradona, Ronaldo, Montana...
Actually just look at any list of greatest athletes in history and you will find a distinct lack of vegetarians.
Why? Because its BALANCED diet that does the trick, not one stop solutions.
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#410 - angelusprimus (11/13/2014) [-]
Sure, and athletes in sports that require more explosive strength will eat more protein rich food.
And all of them avoid sugar, high fructose corn syrup and processed products. Because sugars are by far highest source of empty calories in today's diet and cause of far more fat than any meat product.
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#421 - angelusprimus (11/13/2014) [-]
Processed sugars are not used by the body until turned into fat.
Animal fats if worked off go directly into energy.
So yes, if you exercise more then you eat, bacon is better for you then processed sugars.
Ofcorse you need to have a brain capacity to understand difference between a peach and high corn fructose syrup.
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#419 - angelusprimus (11/13/2014) [-]
I guess you are too dumb to understand what processed sugars and fructose syrup means. That's ok, keep drinking the kool aid.
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#385 - happypancake (11/13/2014) [-]
Yeah, I'm not buying it. I can't see us reaching an agreement on this so I think it's best we go our separate ways.
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#399 - independantnight (11/13/2014) [-]
You make good arguments, but don't forget that preparation, cut and the type of meat have a lot of impact on the amount of fat you are imbibing.

Most importantly though; get it out of your head that fat is bad for you. Unprocessed animal fat provides valuable nutrients that are lacking in the average modern diet (Due of course to the lack of unprocessed animal fats, and coincidentally causing the need for health supplements and regular dentistry.)
There are a lot of bad fats out there, I don't know the specifics or names to be honest, but pure organic fats have strong health effects that shouldn't be taken lightly. Go do some more research, and try having a mixed diet.
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#424 - angelusprimus (11/13/2014) [-]
My last reply to a cultist.
Processed meats are number one contributor to heart disease.
But again, it takes some brain to understand the difference between processed and fresh food.
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#452 - angelusprimus (11/13/2014) [-]
Fruit is decaying too from the moment you pick it.
Chemically treated is only if you are an idiot and don't know where to buy.
You don't know what incubating means.
Toxins are not released.
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#414 - independantnight (11/13/2014) [-]
Ah. I'm not here to argue, I just wanted to add my two cents. But I feel I must point out that I reject my previous statement, you are using logical fallacy and circular arguments to try and prove your point, and thusly are not making good arguments as I said before. My apologies to anyone I misled with that statement.
Now I think I will take the sage example of happypancake and leave you to your opinions.

Good day.
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#418 - angelusprimus (11/13/2014) [-]
Yeah lets go to kenya to learn that starving poor people are skinny.
Amazing discovery that.
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#398 - angelusprimus (11/13/2014) [-]
You get healthy by exercising and portion controls, not by quitting to eat meat.

Its really fucking simple, no matter how mystical people make it.

If energy going out is more then energy going in, you will lose weight. Period.

So portion control and exercise and not bullshit about how "this or that is bad for you" anything can be bad for you in too large amounts.
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#417 - angelusprimus (11/13/2014) [-]
First, no, not at all.
A healthy man of average height of 5'11 who exercises strongly for 2 hours a day needs about 5000 calories a day. Hardly a starvation diet.
And you are the one who is a victim of a diet industry, a vegan diet industry. Smart balanced diet lets you eat anything you want, in moderate amounts. you just have to work it off.
Which is far better and healthier then reading books on how to eat no meat or another holy grail of being thin and thinking it will work.

And by the way NO ONE can have unlimited calories and stay lean. That is a lie that goes against basic biology, if you actually believe that, you are an brainwashed idiot.
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#456 - angelusprimus (11/13/2014) [-]
I'm 31 years old, have not been to the doctor in 8 years, have BMI of 21 and have 16% body fat percentage.
I don't need luck. I have a balanced diet, regular exercise and avoiding fanaticism.

You need luck. You poor brainwashed cultist.
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#459 - angelusprimus (11/13/2014) [-]
My body fat is well below normal for a man in the thirties, which you would know if you actually understood anything about medical science and not just blindly follow anything you read on vegan propaganda.
I'll quote the doctor on my last yearly checkup "You have cardiovascular system of someone half your age." So you are very wrong and complete idiot.
You go to bed with a rotting mulch in your colon.
Balanced diet is what actual doctors not cultist witch doctors suggest.
I care about my diet, I just don't drink kool aid like an brainwashed idiot.
All you have are empty circular arguments, same pictures over and over again, and lies. So yes, you are a cultist, because you act like a cultist.
#69 - Well in a certain realm of possibilty we only use 10% of our b… 11/10/2014 on When siblings wanna fight... 0
#67 - You know it's a fictional movie right? I could poke logica…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/10/2014 on When siblings wanna fight... -1
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#68 - Maroon (11/10/2014) [-]
Yeah, but they have small plot holes within the movie. This wasn't even a plot hole. The entire premise of the movie was bogus pseudoscience from decades ago that's already proven false. Sure, it's science FICTION, but in sci-fi you might think "this is unrealistic" but it's still in the realm of possibility whereas in this movie it's undeniably false.
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#69 - cannibislover (11/10/2014) [-]
Well in a certain realm of possibilty we only use 10% of our brain.
A movie creates it's own little world where everything therein is reality.
I just like to sit back and watch a movie as it is.
#68 - just bisexuality by itself is around there but the completely … 11/10/2014 on We can't change who we love -1
#65 - Actually around 20% of the worlds male and female populatio…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/10/2014 on We can't change who we love -1
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#67 - crazyolitis (11/10/2014) [-]
Last I heard, at least in the U.S., it's just around 3.5%. I don't think it's really 20%.
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#68 - cannibislover (11/10/2014) [-]
just bisexuality by itself is around there but the completely gay people are much higher
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