Trying out a paleo diet to eat a bit healthier.
What are some good but cheap meals for a poorfag college student
If anything, that it doesn't take sustainability into account. On the health front, it's pretty good. For most, it's an upgrade health-wise. It's popular to make fun of it, because it makes for an easy target, but it's difficult to eat worse on a paleo diet, unless you use it as an excuse to eat everything soaked in butter and wrapped in bacon.
Cheap paleo recipe? Anything with eggs. Try a favorite of mine:
All chopped and mixed:
2 boiled eggs
1/2 - 1 apple
1 - 2 slices of bacon (optional)
1/2 - 1 avocado
Add some pepper and salt to your liking, and some lemon juice if you're into that.
No, it's just you will believe anything the government tells you. You're a good goy.
There's no cconspiracy that refined carbs like sugar/simple starch is not good for you. It's quite open and the truth is easy for anyone to find.
That doesn't matter though because of good goys like yourself (and there are many) who will nod their head and drool at whatever the talking head on the TV says "dietary fat is bad it causes obesity and heart disease" "sugar is healthy just watch your calories ".
Please go kill yourself hopefully the rest of the retards will follow.
Not to go off topic too much, but a balanced diet is just a made up term to encourage people to not eat crap all the time, only some of the time. The body benefits a good deal from eating different kinds of foods due to how micronutrients are spread out (different colors is a surprisingly good guideline in that regard, different textures being the runner up). With regard to macros, there is no one perfect balance that will fit everyone. It should under most circumstances also not be encouraged to do an extreme one way or another, but you can't do that unless you try (hard) anyway, and I don't recommend doing low carb for example without a dietitian's guidance. Oh by the way paleo is not necessarily low carb. It is lower carb because refined carbs are the first thing to go, but vegetables should be a large part of the diet, and they are mostly carbs.
Yeah, you tend to start off a discussion by generalizing and then when someone takes you up on it you start specifying. Doesn't that make sense? Anyway you can argue with that guy about it all you want but most people that talk about low carb are in fact recommending against REFINED carbs, and simple starches in some cases. I hope you aren't going to pretend you didn't see this coming.
There is nothing wrong with carbs. No one who is educated on the topic will say that. Carbs work as intended. Oh and by the way, as an aside, some people eat too many of them.
Going keto for a month because I need to quickly cut some bf%. It's fucking hell so far, I get the urge to eat everything that has carbs or sugar in it.
I wouldn't go low carb as a permanent diet, but it's very efficient as a quick cut before summer
daily reminder that anyone of european, african or asian descent did not have tomatoes introduced in their diet before the discovery of the americas, thus claiming that tomato is paleo diet but excluding cereal is a big fucking joke.
>low carb is healthier than low fat
You're not looking at this from the right angle. HERE IS A MAGIC DIET THAT WILL PROBABLY MAKE YOU HEALTHY
>Avoid concentrated/refined sugars and fats in large amounts
>Do not eat to excess
>Do not drink large amounts of alcohol
And you're golden. Really, it's not very complicated, but it's a lot harder to sell
>Use common sense constantly
>Avoid these foods 100% of the time in all situations.
trends is cool but look at this - i dont know why it caught me off guard a bit (polite sage)
I can't believe people actually think it's the exact same diet actual paleo humans ate. Normal people aren't that autistic. I think it's literally just a metaphor for avoiding modern processed HFCS corporate bullshit.
>Normal people aren't that autistic
But they are
The premise of paleo is that a given banana "matches" a paleo banana. It's based on outdated Platonic philosophy. In fact no two bananas match each other, "banana" is an abstraction, and it's one that the GI system has no knowledge of. That's only one of the many fundamental problems in paleo logic.