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Health and Wellness #5235868 10/10/19 12:30 PM
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Corn and Rice and Potatoes




eat your veggies...............


Whatever genes we may have inherited,what we eat can affect how those genes affect our health-The power is mainly in our hands and on our plates.
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Carbs? No thanks. Very easy to find doctors who recommend protein/fat.

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https://www.pinterest.com/pin/328481366541310005/?lp=true

sorry , left off the protein charts in veggies, comes in handy..

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Whatever genes we may have inherited,what we eat can affect how those genes affect our health-The power is mainly in our hands and on our plates.
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Do I need to combine protein sources at each meal to make sure I get all essential amino acids?
No. It’s a myth. Nearly all whole foods (including greens and veggies) contain protein, and nearly all forms of protein contain all protein-forming amino acids in some quantity. If you eat a variety of nutrient-rich, whole foods, your body will work its magic to store what it needs to function optimally. Scientists used to claim that herbivores would develop protein deficiency if they didn’t get essential amino acids in proper, combined amounts at every meal. But our bodies are amazing. See, when we eat, amino acid “deposits” are made into a “storage bank,” and the body then takes what it needs as it’s needed. So, you don’t have to eat complementary proteins together with each meal in an effort to make complete protein. Your body has a system already set up; you just need to eat a variety of foods to fill the bank. By eating a variety of plant foods with “incomplete proteins” throughout the day, we can easily get enough “complete protein.”

Picture a giant 400lb gorilla. What does he eat to grow that strong, muscular body? Leaves, stems, roots, seeds and fruit (and maybe the occasional insect that lives on those foods). The body actually works less (uses less energy) to process protein from a vegetable-based diet than it does from a meat-based diet, too. This energy conservation is great for more efficient healing, building and overall optimal health. Most plant-based protein sources, contrary to animal-based sources, are also alkalizing for the body. Which means less aches and pains, freedom from disease, better sleep, happier moods, improved memory and concentration, stronger/more efficient digestion and an overall better state of health.


Whatever genes we may have inherited,what we eat can affect how those genes affect our health-The power is mainly in our hands and on our plates.
Re: Health and Wellness [Re: CourierDriver] #5235949 10/10/19 01:38 PM
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Just eat what you want.


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Originally Posted by CourierDriver
Do I need to combine protein sources at each meal to make sure I get all essential amino acids?
No. It’s a myth. Nearly all whole foods (including greens and veggies) contain protein, and nearly all forms of protein contain all protein-forming amino acids in some quantity. If you eat a variety of nutrient-rich, whole foods, your body will work its magic to store what it needs to function optimally. Scientists used to claim that herbivores would develop protein deficiency if they didn’t get essential amino acids in proper, combined amounts at every meal. But our bodies are amazing. See, when we eat, amino acid “deposits” are made into a “storage bank,” and the body then takes what it needs as it’s needed. So, you don’t have to eat complementary proteins together with each meal in an effort to make complete protein. Your body has a system already set up; you just need to eat a variety of foods to fill the bank. By eating a variety of plant foods with “incomplete proteins” throughout the day, we can easily get enough “complete protein.”

Picture a giant 400lb gorilla. What does he eat to grow that strong, muscular body? Leaves, stems, roots, seeds and fruit (and maybe the occasional insect that lives on those foods). The body actually works less (uses less energy) to process protein from a vegetable-based diet than it does from a meat-based diet, too. This energy conservation is great for more efficient healing, building and overall optimal health. Most plant-based protein sources, contrary to animal-based sources, are also alkalizing for the body. Which means less aches and pains, freedom from disease, better sleep, happier moods, improved memory and concentration, stronger/more efficient digestion and an overall better state of health.


I have seen the analogy thrown around quite a bit regarding how animals process plant protein. Is there any evidence we should legitimately be basing our dietary guidance of of a completely different species?


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Just eat a balanced meal at the proper times.

Originally Posted by CourierDriver
Picture a giant 400lb gorilla. What does he eat to grow that strong, muscular body? Leaves, stems, roots, seeds and fruit (and maybe the occasional insect that lives on those foods). The body actually works less (uses less energy) to process protein from a vegetable-based diet than it does from a meat-based diet, too. This energy conservation is great for more efficient healing, building and overall optimal health. Most plant-based protein sources, contrary to animal-based sources, are also alkalizing for the body. Which means less aches and pains, freedom from disease, better sleep, happier moods, improved memory and concentration, stronger/more efficient digestion and an overall better state of health.


Not sure what a gorilla has to do with a human diet. We're not gorillas and we don't have a gorilla digestive system. I'm also not going to eat 3 cups of lentils to equal the same amount of protein but triple the calories as a piece of 8oz chicken breast.

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It's not hard to prepare and eat a healthy diet. You don't need fad diets or youtube videos, just a bit of common sense. Stay away from fast foods, highly processed foods and processed sugars. Keep a decent balance of meats, vegetables and fruits (the natural sugars in fruits digest differently because of the fiber). Watch your overall caloric intake and understand how your body processes calories. Exercise regularly and skip all of the fad pills and potions.

Originally Posted by CourierDriver

Picture a giant 400lb gorilla. What does he eat to grow that strong, muscular body? Leaves, stems, roots, seeds and fruit (and maybe the occasional insect that lives on those foods). The body actually works less (uses less energy) to process protein from a vegetable-based diet than it does from a meat-based diet, too. This energy conservation is great for more efficient healing, building and overall optimal health. Most plant-based protein sources, contrary to animal-based sources, are also alkalizing for the body. Which means less aches and pains, freedom from disease, better sleep, happier moods, improved memory and concentration, stronger/more efficient digestion and an overall better state of health.


As my wife would say, "Well bless your heart!" You copied and pasted from a vegan site called YumUniverse, which has absolutely zero credibility. The article doesn't even list who authored it-likely some nitwit intern who wrote up an article about nail polish the day before.


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Originally Posted by Fawteen
As my wife would say, "Well bless your heart!" You copied and pasted from a vegan site called YumUniverse, which has absolutely zero credibility. The article doesn't even list who authored it-likely some nitwit intern who wrote up an article about nail polish the day before.


Oh wow lol Somebody tried to say that to me some time ago too. Imagine the farts you'll get from eating 3 cups of beans to match an 8oz chicken breast.

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Boy this guy can post up some garbage from time to time.

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Mcdougall has been lecturing for decades.


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Good luck if you try a starch based diet and you are diabetic lol. What a loon.

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Lol, looks like I wasn't the only one questioning this.


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If you have autoimmune problems and your own body deteriorates your joints due to allergies

Yes eating something you aren’t allergic too could reduce and stop the inflammation

Though a sugar drip would do the same and be just as unhealthy in the long term.

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Originally Posted by dave123
Boy this guy can post up some garbage from time to time.

He's retired with (lots of) time on his hands...
You should see the emails I get from my FIL. Shean hannity is a baby.

Back to topic:
Can you re-post that amazing filing salad recipe?


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