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Old 04-13-2011, 12:23 PM   #1
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"Eating too much of the same food is not good for you"...

this is what a coworker just said to me because I eat chicken all the time. She said eating the same thing over and over is bad for you. I never heard of such a thing and would love to know if there's any truth to it.

Keep in mind, she isn't referring to over eating. She's talking about just eating the same meals over and over.
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Old 04-13-2011, 12:29 PM   #2
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What was her reasoning? She probably couldn't tell you why, right?
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Old 04-13-2011, 12:42 PM   #3
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What was her reasoning? She probably couldn't tell you why, right?
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no she couldn't explain it at all. I said go google a reputable source and I'll believe it.
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Too much chicken and not enough excersize can cause keyosis because of the protien. Otherwise I'd tell her to get ****ed.
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Old 04-13-2011, 12:48 PM   #5
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You have a kitchen at work? (Ahh, couldn't resist the standard juvenile OT kitchen joke)

Seriously, tell her to mind her effing bizwax....if someone stuck their nose in my food at work, I'd tell them off.

Does she say that to the people who run out at lunch and come back with the same bag of Mickey D's everyday?

How much does she weigh anyway? If she's overweight, I'd just stare at her midsection for sec and be like "ok, thanks"
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You have a kitchen at work? (Ahh, couldn't resist the standard juvenile OT kitchen joke)

Seriously, tell her to mind her effing bizwax....if someone stuck their nose in my food at work, I'd tell them off.

Does she say that to the people who run out at lunch and come back with the same bag of Mickey D's everyday?

How much does she weigh anyway? If she's overweight, I'd just stare at her midsection for sec and be like "ok, thanks"

she's 32 with two kids and probably weighs about 120lbs. She's one of those eat anything and look good people though.
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Well in that case then......pics? (you knew it was coming)






kidding, I don't care....unless of course she's really hot
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What kind of shape are you in, op?
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she's 32 with two kids and probably weighs about 120lbs. She's one of those eat anything and look good people though.
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Tell her questioning a male isn't good for her either....
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decent I guess. I'm not fat and not super muscular.

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yes. No pics. Sorry guys.
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With less diversity in your diet, you may run the risk of running a sustained deficiency of certain nutrients. That may be what she meant. Also, when you eat seasonally, your more likely to consume foods at their nutritional and taste peak.
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With less diversity in your diet, you may run the risk of running a sustained deficiency of certain nutrients. That may be what she meant. Also, when you eat seasonally, your more likely to consume foods at their nutritional and taste peak.
She said you build up allergic reactions. There was no reference to lacking anything. just an abundance of one thing.
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She said you build up allergic reactions. There was no reference to lacking anything. just an abundance of one thing.
The president of Bolivia thinks it will make you gay and bald: http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/blog/...ty-evo-morales
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thank you so much for sharing
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With less diversity in your diet, you may run the risk of running a sustained deficiency of certain nutrients. That may be what she meant. Also, when you eat seasonally, your more likely to consume foods at their nutritional and taste peak.
this. but your coworker doesnt sound like she understands this; it just sounds like she read the first two paragraphs of a Newsweek article and then jumped to an incomplete conclusion right before her attention span gave out
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this. but your coworker doesnt sound like she understands this; it just sounds like she read the first two paragraphs of a Newsweek article and then jumped to an incomplete conclusion right before her attention span gave out
I agree. I definitely think hayabusa55 is giving her too much credit.

Yeah there can be issues if your diet is primarily one food item (a lot of people suggest varying your protein sources throughout the day). So while there's a grain of truth, it sounds more like she's just repeating wivestales.
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