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I've been doing some research, and how should I go about portioning my meals?
Broccoli, nuts, berries, etc?
Hmmmm that is tough it depends on your goals right
Like if you want to lose weight
And things like your current weight and activity level should be taken into account too 😊
Bought chicken liver last night. Going to try to make this
What is up with this onion thing lol
@StrawberryArmada Fast food is not a good source for looking for nutritious foods. I think if you eat grass fed beef and free range poultry etc you will gain great nutrients and gains without side effects brought about by fast food and high sugar diets that most americans consume.
Beef. But also eat some vegetables like chicken or pork
All meat diet.
I only eat fast food
No time to go slow
Someone told me i should eat lots of fats and calories so i'm eating some ice cream
I love this dietary advice
support Ben and Jerry's. They are the accelerationist candidate for ice cream-funded degeneracy.
Wow... I'm finally an alpha now
Here's a repost from the old server. Paleo Mac and cheese. The "macaroni" is diced cauliflower
I thought cheese wasn't Paleo?
Definitely isnt. Cheating is what a caveman would do though
Meant to type keto. I'm a nutrition noob but the chef wasn't
Oh. Well I dunno what that is but sounds fancy
Does anyone know what effects drinking a lot of tea has on you? Iced tea (sans sugar, of course,) is basically all I think, and several more cups of hot tea before bed. A while ago I experienced kidney stones for the first time, and needless to say that’s something I’d rather avoid in the future. I’ve read that drinking too much tea, coffee, and soda (don’t drink the last one at all,) can sometimes cause kidney stones, but does anyone here know anything about that? How much is safe to drink then? What’s optimal?
My wife can't drink much tea bc of kidney stones.
According to doctors
I wonder if it depends on the tea
Might. I know they told my wife it was minerals from the tea leaves. Probably have to look at nutritional info to determine if one is worse than the other.
Do Brits get a lot of kidney stones? If not I call bs on that advice
Never got a kidney stone yet, but could be the tea you drink.
Its also possible it's just the inability to process minerals in the tea quick enough to exit the body
How the fuck does tea give you kidney stones? Wtf that makes me mad
I refuse to cut down on tea
You would think the water in the tea would counteract any ill effects of minerals or whatever
It's the oxalate in some types of tea apparently