Message from Deleted User in Fitness #nutrition

2017-12-08 16:47:30 UTC  

I can confirm that even following it loosely, there are obvious and strong benefits

2017-12-08 16:47:37 UTC  

carbs are important for CNS recover and all sorts of other things

2017-12-08 16:47:58 UTC  

paleo is dumb dude stop

2017-12-08 16:48:10 UTC  

carbs are literally jewish satan

2017-12-08 16:48:27 UTC  

carbs are totally essentiall for muscle building

2017-12-08 16:48:39 UTC  

you need carbs as much as fat and protein

2017-12-08 16:49:51 UTC  


2017-12-08 16:49:57 UTC  


2017-12-08 16:50:10 UTC  

i have a hard time bel;iving your body is recovering at an opitimal rate if your doing heavy compound movments and eating minimal carbs

2017-12-08 16:50:11 UTC  

the carbohydrate jew

2017-12-08 16:51:03 UTC  

I get all the carbs I need from vegetables tbh

2017-12-08 16:51:19 UTC  

i highly doubt thath

2017-12-08 16:51:32 UTC  

fuck grains 😤

2017-12-08 16:52:23 UTC  

if your doing any kind of deadlift or squat progressions im not sure how your able to keep super low carbs and increase your numbers over reasonable time intervals

2017-12-08 16:52:47 UTC  

particularly deadlift

2017-12-08 16:53:08 UTC  

I deadlifted last night, 3 reps of 12

2017-12-08 16:53:21 UTC  

Whey protein shakes should be fine for recovery

2017-12-08 16:53:50 UTC  

The biggest issue with deadlifting is Central Nervous System fatigue

2017-12-08 16:53:59 UTC  

protein wont help

2017-12-08 16:54:09 UTC  

you need carbs and fat

2017-12-08 17:06:21 UTC  

bruh carbs are op tf y'all on about

2017-12-08 17:07:03 UTC  

carbs help me out alot

2017-12-08 17:39:50 UTC  

You can get enough carbs from vegetables and plenty of energy from fats and oils used in cooking and inherent in food. The idea is to cut out garbage, prcoessed foods with tons of sugar and unnecessary carbohydrates.

2017-12-08 17:41:44 UTC  

Eat one ingredient foods. Organic, grass fed and ethically sourced is preferable, depending on budget and availability of course

2017-12-08 17:45:14 UTC  

Potatoes and rice are fine in moderation if you feel like you're dragging and need extra energy for endurance and performance. However, sweet potatoes are considered far more preferable over white ones (White Potatoes Matter!) for their higher nutrient value

2017-12-08 18:36:53 UTC  

sure you CAN get enough carbs out of just veggies but are you likely to? im skeptical. i agree with your point about processed food. organic is meh. carbs serve many more functions then simply supplying energy they are ESSENTIAL for muscle growth. nothing wrong with eating bread and pasta ect.

2017-12-08 18:37:30 UTC  


2017-12-08 18:41:25 UTC  

@shyguy, I suppose it's a matter of lifestyle and what diet you want for yrouself. Not trying to push Paleo, just answering some questions about it. I have a day where I carb-out for mental health. You can't eat perfect all the time, plus having intermittent processed carbohydrates such as bread and pasta can jumpstart fat burning. I think it's a good idea to eat strictly 80% of time or so.

2017-12-08 18:41:54 UTC  

fuck left vs right

2017-12-08 18:42:00 UTC  

the true war is carb vs no carb

2017-12-08 18:42:07 UTC  

Lol carbs are bad cuz of pop tarts.

2017-12-08 18:42:22 UTC  

the holy carb wars have begun

2017-12-08 18:42:42 UTC  

I am sure potatoes lower your test levels too. Bro science says so

2017-12-08 18:43:22 UTC  

Well, the multiculturalist want ot shove processed food into our mouths and filth into our eyes and ears from controlled media so we stay feeble, preoccupied and docile because of low T

2017-12-08 18:45:31 UTC  

>I eat like caveman! Arrr
>so mainly insects, larvae, grains and berries?
>nah bro. Ribeye and brok.

2017-12-08 18:45:42 UTC  

insects are delicious

2017-12-08 18:45:49 UTC  

fried grasshoppers are GOAT

2017-12-08 18:48:15 UTC  

Butter in my coffee, just like dudes 5000 years ago. It must be true because vibram shoes with toes.

2017-12-08 18:49:22 UTC  

the tibetan lamas drink butter tea actually

2017-12-08 18:49:34 UTC  

they claim it is highly beneficial

2017-12-08 18:49:36 UTC  

People do that to coffee?