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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mick View Post
    Trust me I have known the bloke for 35 years, we were training partners for 5 years, I know what he does in his spare time (plays video games) I know what he does for work (sits in an office all day), he has never done any cardio, does not walk anywhere, does no outdoor activities unless in involves eating BBQ and drinking. Trains with weights a few times a week at best.

    If I ate the exact foods that he eats and alcohol he drinks I would be at least 140-150kg, or dead, and I am active all day every day.
    That in no way obliterates calories in vs out.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mick View Post
    It's meat. It's raised locally not flown in from overseas, trust me I can look out my window and I see them. Humans living in different regions have eaten different animals, humans living in Siberia eat different animals to those living in India and those living in the amazon jungle or on African plains.



    It's meat, it's a natural unaltered product, not that hard to understand, regardless if I killed it myself or a butcher cut it up for me the nutritional value and health benefits remain the same.



    Limited amount of meat?? Yes everything is limited, we as humans have the ability to use tools, many other animals also use tools, that is our natural ability. It's pretty easy to work out what a species appropriate diet would look like for a human, I am certain it would not include, sandwiches, Coco pops, Ice cream, soft drinks etc.




    Where did I say I liked any of it??

    I don't have to like it for it to be correct.

    What I like and don't like has absolutely no relevance or bearing on what a humans species appropriate diet consists of.
    Mick. So what you are saying is you are happy to pick and choose the parts you claim is a natural diet. You live in Australia. Name the amount of native meats you eat here? Are you eating a natural amount you could catch without modern tools.

    Just like your claim about flying fruits and veg around being not natural (remember you are wrong here again, extremely little food is actually flown) how is easy access to non native farmed animal meat 24/7 any different.

    im clearly not talking about coco pops or ice cream and never mentioned it. Not sure why you bring it up apart from a poor attempt to disguise that you can’t justify your reasons properly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mick View Post
    Doctor Explains Why Calories in vs Calories Out is a Fallacy
    Hi Mick,

    I'm not sure if you're aware of the diet wars that have been going on between the HFLC vs HCLF camps. In any case, I think it would be great to watch the following video I'm including below, when you have some relaxing time up your sleeves Sir:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vA3QavPp1Ho


    A balanced approach to eating (real food and food that doesn't bother you), coupled with moving (as our bodies were designed to do), would be the way to go mate.

    Take care ...
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    Sugar and it’s derivatives are the culprit.
    Any amount of exercise ain’t going to help.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    Sugar and it’s derivatives are the culprit.
    Any amount of exercise ain’t going to help.
    People can still eat "sugar and it's derivatives" and be perfectly healthy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    Sugar and it’s derivatives are the culprit.
    Any amount of exercise ain’t going to help.
    Of course exercise is going to help.


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    If a fatty has bad eating habits and try’s to “exercise “ his way out of trouble it won’t work.

    On that note; what sort of “exercises” would one prescribed to a fatso that eats well over their maintenance levels?

    Before you start....walking isn’t exercise


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    Quote Originally Posted by showdownhero View Post
    People can still eat "sugar and it's derivatives" and be perfectly healthy
    Its more the amount of sugary food and carbs I’m talking about, no doubt exercising garners benefits.

    Regular physical activity reduces the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, dementia and some cancers by at least 30%,” they write. “However, physical activity does not promote weight loss.”


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    If a fatty has bad eating habits and try’s to “exercise “ his way out of trouble it won’t work.

    On that note; what sort of “exercises” would one prescribed to a fatso that eats well over their maintenance levels?

    Before you start....walking isn’t exercise
    The answer is, whatever activity the fat kunce is capable of doing that keeps his heart rate up without hurting him.
    Something with low impact preferably.
    Even up and down a step till his fat arse can’t sweat no more will help the kunce burn some of that energy from the sugar the kunce has been gulping down all day.

    If you’re asking if that will get him to look like slim Jim, fat chance, but it may extend his lifespan a little.

    I think you’re referring to kunce like truckers, who knock off a 1.25L of coke before they get out of town and then stop for a piss and a dozen fried dimsims, all before 10am. These kunce need to move around in anyway way possible to burn all that sugar and fats.
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    Yeah I get that...,
    The point I’m trying to make is you cannot outrun a “bad” so called diet.

    Even alcohol is high in sugar

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