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Clean eating myth

Jungnaut

YOLO Kunce
That makes sense imo, you can eat pretty much whatever you like as long as you get your macro, micro, and calorific requirements.
 

Headley

BigRed Kunce
For some reason i had somehow 'liked' ASN mackay's facebook page.. then they put up a photo of a few normal carrots next to a few deformed ones and had a caption saying the deformed carrots were 'organic'... i fkn ripped hard into them, the knobs still have it up though
 

jzpowahz

Well-known member
For some reason i had somehow 'liked' ASN mackay's facebook page.. then they put up a photo of a few normal carrots next to a few deformed ones and had a caption saying the deformed carrots were 'organic'... i fkn ripped hard into them, the knobs still have it up though

Me too. Ends up with me trolling them a fair bit :p
 

Franco

New member
Made the mistake of reading most of the comments. Some people's stupidity and refusal to be educated infuriates me
 

DREADLIFT

Member
Todays pre gym feed.

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So this article is basically saying I can get some deep fried battered fish and a can of coke that closely resembles the macronutrient breakdown of my lunch, and get the same results.

No wonder the general population consists of weak fat fucks.
 
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Sydking

Member
Far out aye.... Clean, Dirty, IIFYM

To be honest, Before i ever typed bodybuilding into Google i NEVER heard of any of this rubbish

Yer i was an overweight prick but i dam trained hard to loose the weight and stopped eating double quarter poudners on the way home after smoking 30 cones a night

It feels like one day the world turned into this crazy thing about eat this eat that, Count this, HIIT this, Lift this, Lift that, Cardio AM, Cardio PM, white potato, Sweet potato, Chicken thigh chicken breast

Does my head in sometimes

I cook and eat what ever the hell i dam feel like at the time, Its all good food, it all tastes dam good too

I think were im getting at is people not happy with them self, Always reading this reading that, do this do that.

If we all just chilled back and look at what we are actually doing i think were all pretty good.

Like me for example, I can count calories and lift weights day in day out - But unless im kick boxing im just not happy

So i box.... I eat i sleep i work i fuck i train and im a happy man

The world would be wonderful if we all went back to basics and just lived our life, Not worrying about what habbib across the road is doing.

TV HAS DESTROYED THE WORLD

Fuck i wish i grew up 80 years ago with my grandparents in the hill side of Sicily
 

Franco

New member
Todays pre gym feed.

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So this article is basically saying I can get some deep fried battered fish and a can of coke that closely resembles the macronutrient breakdown of my lunch, and get the same results.

No wonder the general population consists of weak fat fucks.

As far as general body composition goes, do you know of any evidence as to why this wouldn't be the case?
 

M@YHEM

Member
Todays pre gym feed.

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So this article is basically saying I can get some deep fried battered fish and a can of coke that closely resembles the macronutrient breakdown of my lunch, and get the same results.

No wonder the general population consists of weak fat fucks.

In a word...YES. If the macros are the same it will make NO difference to body composition.
 

DREADLIFT

Member
As far as general body composition goes, do you know of any evidence as to why this wouldn't be the case?

Ok, hypothetically lets say there was no statistical difference in body composition of consumption of either meal being as they had similar macronutrient breakdown.

Consumption of the battered fish and coke would leave me personally
- less satiated/full, possibly seeking further nourishment
- most likely crashing from the sugar content afterwards
- feeling like a three chinned grease fat fuck from the deep fried fish
- more out of pocket economically
 

Sydking

Member
Ok, hypothetically lets say there was no statistical difference in body composition of consumption of either meal being as they had similar macronutrient breakdown.

Consumption of the battered fish and coke would leave me personally
- less satiated/full, possibly seeking further nourishment
- most likely crashing from the sugar content afterwards
- feeling like a three chinned grease fat fuck from the deep fried fish
- more out of pocket economically

Spot on bro, Training hard in general makes you want to eat quality food

The missus brought me lunch yesterday after traning as she had the day off, With my request for chicken, green beans and potatoes the lovely soul decided to get me a small frozen fanta from maccers on the way

Just the though of drinking that sugar water made me ill, Could i of ditched the spuds and had the frozen drink instead? Yes.... but i didnet dam want it.
 

Franco

New member
Ok, hypothetically lets say there was no statistical difference in body composition of consumption of either meal being as they had similar macronutrient breakdown.

Consumption of the battered fish and coke would leave me personally
- less satiated/full, possibly seeking further nourishment
- most likely crashing from the sugar content afterwards
- feeling like a three chinned grease fat fuck from the deep fried fish
- more out of pocket economically

The point of the article is that any food can be good or bad, depending on a person's overall diet and in the context of their life. Any food can make you put on weight if you eat too much of it.

If you ate the battered fish and drank the coke in the context of a daily diet which also included lean meat, vegies, fruit, water etc and you met your daily macros while coming in under your calorie goal, then you are looking at a pretty healthy diet.

If you ate too much of the fish and rice you had for lunch today, and didnt hit your required macros then you are looking at an unhealthy diet. Does that then make your fish and rice "unclean"?
 

Felixflex

New member
Far out aye.... Clean, Dirty, IIFYM

To be honest, Before i ever typed bodybuilding into Google i NEVER heard of any of this rubbish

Yer i was an overweight prick but i dam trained hard to loose the weight and stopped eating double quarter poudners on the way home after smoking 30 cones a night

It feels like one day the world turned into this crazy thing about eat this eat that, Count this, HIIT this, Lift this, Lift that, Cardio AM, Cardio PM, white potato, Sweet potato, Chicken thigh chicken breast

Does my head in sometimes

I cook and eat what ever the hell i dam feel like at the time, Its all good food, it all tastes dam good too

I think were im getting at is people not happy with them self, Always reading this reading that, do this do that.

If we all just chilled back and look at what we are actually doing i think were all pretty good.

Like me for example, I can count calories and lift weights day in day out - But unless im kick boxing im just not happy

So i box.... I eat i sleep i work i fuck i train and im a happy man

The world would be wonderful if we all went back to basics and just lived our life, Not worrying about what habbib across the road is doing.

TV HAS DESTROYED THE WORLD

Fuck i wish i grew up 80 years ago with my grandparents in the hill side of Sicily

here here, read less, train hard and live life :)
 

Bazza20

Well-known member
yerp, i'm over reading articles.

Just do whatever you want.

eat protein and train.

Agree to that point.

Sick of articles about diet or training these days. It's not what I enjoy at all.

I just like going in and lifting and not thinking about anything else.
 
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