>keep hearing about how eating healthy is supposed to make you feel good
>order salad at McDonalds instead of a burger
>tastes horrible, but force myself to eat it hoping I'll feel like a god afterwards
>finish it, still hungry, still feel like shit
>have to order a burger in order not to starve
Why do people spread around this Healthy Eating meme?
your body needs to adjust to eating healthy shit compared to what youre used to
its like quitting drinking, youre gonna feel like shit for a few weeks but afterwards your dick is diamonds
First off, stop eating out, you dip. Second, if you're gonna eat healthy, it's mainly about counting calories and getting the most out of the calories you consume as far as vitamins and minerals go. Also you won't feel a change for about a week of doing it.
Because you've been lied to your whole life about what foods are "healthy".
Eat like this for long enough and you will learn to know the euphoria of a delicious, fatty meal.
>it's mainly about counting calories
>You do not need to count calories or weigh your food.
Hey, would I lie to you?
You really think he would do that? Lie about getting healthy like that?
>different posts by different people with different sets of advice say different things
If you're this clueless I recommend reading the /fit/ sticky.
welcome to instant gratification. fatties can never know the feeling of healthy and energetic because they're addicted to the instant gratification from your body responding well to fat and oil rich foods which are supposed to be rare and valuable.
When it's about something that people treat like it's just simple (lol, just eat healthy, Anon), then I start to get suspicious or confused when there's tons of conflicting info. Everytime I ask advice about eating healthy, I get twenty different pieces of advice.
is it really that hard to figure out what to eat and what not to eat? i swear youre fucking retarded. eating healthy doesnt have to be weighing out your chicken and brown rice, but i can be. eating healthy could also be not eating fast food or drinking soda and making the bulk of your diet meats, vegetables and whole grains
keep being an unhealthy presumably out of shape piece of shit because you cant you get confused when one person says to weight your brown rice and the other says not to
>Everytime I ask advice about eating healthy, I get twenty different pieces of advice.
Well pick one that you like and follow it. It doesn't matter which. Just pick one.
Different things work for different people. Personally I think that calorie counting is easier and better than the countless low-carb gimmick diets floating around. If you want to do that then try myfitnesspal, it makes calorie counting easier. Don't worry about being super accurate.
Also as I said, read the /fit/ sticky.
Studies have shown that McDonalds and Kraft cheese are the only foods that the human body needs.