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I agree about listening to your body, being intuitive. I eat meat once every 4-6 weeks, usually some grass fed beef. I kinda just crave it so then I eat it. I don't like to not listen to my body. But I also don't feel that my body wants to eat any more meat than that. 
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 hahahaha Paul is legit, the ex raw brahs... raw is great for detox... long term... nah ... it's balance .....

so... I've been learning chicken/eggs are all good in BALANCE... one of the most important things is listening to your body.

after my detox i'm on... a balanced cycle of eggs/fish/chicken for protien also... pea protien/rice protien .... rice protien showed same benefits in par with whey in a recent study...

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 totally man... I had to call out and do research on some companies over here... just because it says free range don't mean jack shit...... 

During my blow out I was just letting my body do whatever andt it was hand selecting foods/medicine for me.... insane man ... like magic... resistance is really futile. 

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Thanks for sharing this

Weston A price book is a must read
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hey brahs, you should read http://www.amazon.com/The-Metabolic-Typing-Diet-Customize/dp/0767905644 you'll have more clearance about what foods are actually good for you and which are not. not every diet is compatible with each human being. that's the reason why some feel super duper awesome on a paleo diet and some get sick on it. i think it's importan to nit identify to "hard" with any diet. because when you do it's becoming like some sort of an religion and you'll start to follow it blindly.

most of the health advice and trends is just marketing. over the course of the last two years i get to recognize that there is no "one truth" according to diet.

and maybe we're all overthinking it? 
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extravagari wrote:
hey brahs, you should read http://www.amazon.com/The-Metabolic-Typing-Diet-Customize/dp/0767905644 you'll have more clearance about what foods are actually good for you and which are not. not every diet is compatible with each human being. that's the reason why some feel super duper awesome on a paleo diet and some get sick on it. i think it's importan to nit identify to "hard" with any diet. because when you do it's becoming like some sort of an religion and you'll start to follow it blindly.

most of the health advice and trends is just marketing. over the course of the last two years i get to recognize that there is no "one truth" according to diet.

and maybe we're all overthinking it? 


hilarious i was thinking about that book today... have it at my work. 

Will also be reading about blood type dieting.... 

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Cool man, thanks just ordered it.

I also ordered "your body's many cries for water" which sounds interesting. I've had some success in healthy by drinking more water lately. 
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hey brahs, you should read http://www.amazon.com/The-Metabolic-Typing-Diet-Customize/dp/0767905644 you'll have more clearance about what foods are actually good for you and which are not. not every diet is compatible with each human being. that's the reason why some feel super duper awesome on a paleo diet and some get sick on it. i think it's importan to nit identify to "hard" with any diet. because when you do it's becoming like some sort of an religion and you'll start to follow it blindly.

most of the health advice and trends is just marketing. over the course of the last two years i get to recognize that there is no "one truth" according to diet.

and maybe we're all overthinking it? 




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Liam said he tried the 80-10-10 diet. My girl is reading that book now, she is already a few months vegan and it has been the best thing that ever happened to her. The 80-10-10 diet doesn't really make sense to me though. It flys in the face of some things I have learned about nutrition. Ive read a bit about the china study too. Idk, its inconclusive at best. He ascribes a lot of the things to plant based diet vs S.A.D. Which anything compared to most westerners diets is going to blow it out of the water. Besides your comparing people with different genes, enviroments, lifestyles, etc. Like many asians are very carb tolerant. Hence why they can eat white rice and white breads all day and still stay lean. Many other people would balloon on that shit.

Heres my opinion on many diets: http://www.precisionnutrition.com/best-diet

So long as you eat healthy foods and it works for you I guess.

I am interested to hear about the 80-10-10 diet if anyone can comment on it. Either some evidence regarding it or personal stories.

To above vegan posters: A lot of the research and knowledge on vegans/rawists seems airy fairy. Anything I punch into google seems to bring me back to a yoga instructor with zero scientific background haha. What are some unbiased resources I can learn more about plant based eating? Ethical and moral reasons aside I don't really know why anyone would go without animal based products. I mean whats the matter with eating mostly plant-based with a few oz's of organic steak?
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This video is excellent imo, I've watched half so far. I really like this dood.


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To above vegan posters: A lot of the research and knowledge on vegans/rawists seems airy fairy. Anything I punch into google seems to bring me back to a yoga instructor with zero scientific background haha. What are some unbiased resources I can learn more about plant based eating? Ethical and moral reasons aside I don't really know why anyone would go without animal based products. I mean whats the matter with eating mostly plant-based with a few oz's of organic steak?
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 there are things in life that can't be scientifically proven mAn... but are still logical if you are working with a larger frame work of reality that supports evolution and growth.

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 I like chicken! But veggies are good, just get tired of the color green, need a lil red
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Beets?
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 I like chicken! But veggies are good, just get tired of the color green, need a lil red
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