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Old 03-19-2013, 07:27 AM   #21
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Nope isn't paralysis by analysis, it's about living a long and healthy life free of disease and especially cancer. This **** matters, trust me. Maybe not from a muscle building / fat loss standpoint, but definitely from a health standpoint (which I find more important)

Would you eat the liver of an alcoholic? Gross example but it applies
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Old 03-19-2013, 08:15 AM   #22
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Haha. Seriously. I just had 2 processed sausage dogs and tuna from a can on white bread with mayo. Fug it. Work out harder
how is working out harder going to reverse the negative effects of that sh1t food?
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:30 AM   #23
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Is grass fed beef / free range chicken that much more expensive for you solly? A regular grain fed ribeye is about $0.80/oz where a grass fed 28 day aged ribeye is $1/oz here... But we have some of the best beef in the world in my province (alberta, I'm very lucky).

Next time I buy a free range chicken breast ill take a pic for comparison... It's completely different looking / tasting than a grain fed.

I definitely get the $ approach to not doing this, but the health benefits don't lie.

im always going to local farmers markets etc and getting fresh produce, it's completely different than the store bought produce as well.
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:45 AM   #24
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lol at peanut butter / almond butter being a good source of protein.

I eat it because it's a good fat source... And fvcking delicious!
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Old 03-19-2013, 10:05 AM   #25
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lol at peanut butter / almond butter being a good source of protein.

I eat it because it's a good fat source... And fvcking delicious!
Yeah lol I would never consider nuts a protein source, they are fat. Same with whole wheat pasta... Yeah gluten is a protein but it's not doing much for my muscles so who cares
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You don't think there's any truth to it? I'm sure there is. I just know I can't afford all Grassfed meats
I do, but not enough to make a substantial difference.
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Who wrote this, whole foods?

Some of you are just as bad as the apple sheep.
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Old 03-19-2013, 11:02 AM   #28
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Who wrote this, whole foods?

Some of you are just as bad as the apple sheep.
You really just mean dabears
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Is grass fed beef / free range chicken that much more expensive for you solly? A regular grain fed ribeye is about $0.80/oz where a grass fed 28 day aged ribeye is $1/oz here... But we have some of the best beef in the world in my province (alberta, I'm very lucky).

Next time I buy a free range chicken breast ill take a pic for comparison... It's completely different looking / tasting than a grain fed.

I definitely get the $ approach to not doing this, but the health benefits don't lie.

im always going to local farmers markets etc and getting fresh produce, it's completely different than the store bought produce as well.
It will probably be a few dollars extra per meat source.

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Who wrote this, whole foods?

Some of you are just as bad as the apple sheep.
Everyone that disagrees with dabears on this has obviously never looked in to it.
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just some quick images... if you take omega 3 fat consumption seriously, fish oil alone won't cut it.
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How do you know what your getting is grass fed, organic, x.y.z. free? You don't.

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How do you know what your getting is grass fed, organic, x.y.z. free? You don't.

Really? You're one of those people. Do you make your gf send you pictures of every place she goes because you don't trust her either?
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How do you know what your getting is grass fed, organic, x.y.z. free? You don't.

I buy it locally from the farmers. There are also strict regulations in canada regarding these terms.

try again
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Really? You're one of those people. Do you make your gf send you pictures of every place she goes because you don't trust her either?
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I buy it locally from the farmers. There are also strict regulations in canada regarding these terms.

try again
In the US, products marked as "USDA Organic" are organic (essentially). Besides that, all the supermarkets I frequent will throw "organic" stickers on their products without qualifying organizations associated. Stop and shop, A&P, and Shoprite all do this. Are these products actually organic and worth the 50% premium... You can decide.
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In the US, products marked as "USDA Organic" are organic (essentially). Besides that, all the supermarkets I frequent will throw "organic" stickers on their products without qualifying organizations associated. Stop and shop, A&P, and Shoprite all do this. Are these products actually organic and worth the 50% premium... You can decide.
where are you not seeing that we're talking about grassfed/free range/wild fish?
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You can't buy pretty much any produce organic in a supermarket. It wouldn't last the shipping process etc.

Farmers markets, and a few select butchers are the only reliable sources.
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lol. so much bs in this thread.

let me guess, op only rides a single speed bike, drinks pbr, and wears skinny jeans.
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lol. so much bs in this thread.

let me guess, op only rides a single speed bike, drinks pbr, and wears skinny jeans.
another ignorant one. Why is eating grassfed beef hipster?

It basically comes down to this. Do you want more or less foreign chemicals in your food?

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another ignorant one. Why is eating grassfed beef hipster?

It basically comes down to this. Do you want more or less foreign chemicals in your food?
That's what these salt traders started! and look where we are now
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If eating the best quality food / ensuring I get the best nutrients makes me a hipster... Well damn i guess I am one.

And I wouldn't fit into skinny jeans, squatting heavy doesn't allow me the "luxury".
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