Message from BigBadSaxon - ID in Fitness #nutrition


2018-02-16 04:39:53 UTC  

Would you guys say that organic food is the way to go?

2018-02-16 04:56:15 UTC  

I buy organic when I can afford it

2018-02-16 04:56:29 UTC  

Ideally you should eat all organic/local

2018-02-16 04:56:49 UTC  

Minimize toxins in the body and be your healthiest self!

2018-02-16 10:38:42 UTC  

There have been multi generational studies of testosterone levels on men. Basically what they found was our fathers have about half the T levels as our grandfathers and we have about half the T levels of our fathers. People think this has to do with the food we eat and our environment amongst other things. Now a days non organic food is covered in pesticides and the meat is filled with hormones/steroids and other non natural components. So in summary, yes try to eat organic whenever you can. What is considered organic now was just regular food when our parents and grandparents were growing up

2018-02-16 10:42:18 UTC  

People will say โ€œbut our food is so cheap!โ€ And yes that is correct. Looking back over time as a % of a typical household budget, food expenditures is at a very low historical level but that comes with a cost! We essentially eat this junky food that messes with our hormones and other aspects of our body and it makes us sick in one way or another.

2018-02-16 12:30:22 UTC  

๐Ÿค”

2018-02-16 12:31:14 UTC  

I believe this to an extent, haven't read any studies.

2018-02-16 12:36:23 UTC  

for whatever reason that link is not working for me

2018-02-16 12:36:54 UTC  

idk if its working for anyone else but i will see what i can dig up later today

2018-02-16 13:01:45 UTC  
2018-02-16 13:02:36 UTC  

some good general info ^

2018-02-16 13:11:06 UTC  

Where does it say we have 25% the test of our grandfathers?

2018-02-16 14:07:30 UTC  

If that were true my grandfather would have been a silverback gorilla

2018-02-16 14:07:51 UTC  

Speaking of, anyone heard from @Nick-NJ recently?

2018-02-16 14:16:34 UTC  

Hello m8

2018-02-16 15:10:50 UTC  

It's probably general assumption for most normie males

2018-02-16 15:11:18 UTC  

Fitmales are probably doing fine buy maybe slightly hampered by xenoestrogens

2018-02-16 15:11:24 UTC  

But*

2018-02-16 15:12:31 UTC  

Maybe in general, the average male has less test because of obesity, shitty lifestyle and diet, etc. I really, really doubt that we (men) on average have a quarter the test of our grandfathers.

2018-02-16 15:12:38 UTC  

Of course there are exemptions

2018-02-16 15:12:57 UTC  

People are fatter and doing more sedentary work, eating way more carbohydrates and less saturated fats and protein

2018-02-16 15:13:11 UTC  

Yeah exactly @Deleted User

2018-02-16 15:13:20 UTC  

Agreed ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

2018-02-16 15:13:50 UTC  

People who don't workout and eat right might have a portion of their grandfather's test but I think most of us in here are doing okay.

2018-02-16 15:15:03 UTC  

If you're working out, eating right, getting adequate sleep, flirting with women and competing with other males in some form you're probably fine

2018-02-16 15:16:54 UTC  

Yeah it was meant to apply men in general. I will keep looking for the study that says quarter of T levels

2018-02-17 12:06:03 UTC  

Most inexpensive T check I've found.

2018-02-17 20:10:44 UTC  

Have you tried it? @Reinhard Wolff

2018-02-18 06:48:15 UTC  

Yeah, I used this service.

2018-02-18 06:48:40 UTC  

You order online, and then you bring in the paperwork they sent you to a LabCorp.

2018-02-18 06:48:52 UTC  

The whole process was very simple.

2018-02-18 06:49:16 UTC  

Donโ€™t try to drive afterwards though

2018-02-18 06:49:36 UTC  

I felt fine for a few minutes and then blacked out

2018-02-18 07:03:06 UTC  

Long but well worth the watch https://youtu.be/LUm4LSGlKsY

2018-02-18 07:03:29 UTC  

*cue passionate argument*

2018-02-18 08:17:32 UTC  

I went to the downtown Birmingham labcorp once for a blood test to see if I was the best match for a marrow donation