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southbeach

Spinach is in the news again. Not beast, not chicken or pork but spinach :)

http://www.sciencedaily.com/...20620213215.htm
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Hitit

southbeach wrote:
Spinach is in the news again. Not beast, not chicken or pork but spinach :)

http://www.sciencedaily.com/...215.htm


Sounds awesome.....a good juicy burger with spinach (to "off set") and cow's milk cheese, yum.

;)
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southbeach

Hitit wrote:
southbeach wrote:
Spinach is in the news again. Not beast, not chicken or pork but spinach :)

http://www.sciencedaily.com/...20620213215.htm

Sounds awesome.....a good juicy burger with spinach (to "off set") and cow's milk cheese, yum.

;)


what a childish reply :/

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Hitit

Yea, sometimes I'm just a big kid. You need to have some fun in life and keep many things light so you don't over obsess over too many things such as meat, fat and running.
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

southbeach wrote:
Spinach is in the news again. Not beast, not chicken or pork but spinach :)

http://www.sciencedaily.com/...215.htm


==Scott==

and man look what it did for Popeye!!!
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db144

SB:

You're a prime example of a plant based diet. Underweight, pasty white, all knowing, and unable to build muscle.

Go back to your garden and leave the men building muscle alone.

d
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southbeach

Hitit wrote:
Yea, sometimes I'm just a big kid. You need to have some fun in life and keep many things light so you don't over obsess over too many things such as meat, fat and running.


you have 1171 posts on here. you should know about obsession

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db144

SB:

You have over 8000 does that mean your more obsessed?

Stupid statement/argument from a stupid person.

d
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southbeach

http://abcnews.go.com/...26#.T9-G6bWe7TN

Brown is gunning for meat-lovers who want a healthier alternative. His "chicken" has no animal fat, no steroids, no hormones, no antibiotics. It's gluten-free. All it has is vegetable protein. A mixture consisting of mostly soy and pea powder, carrot fiber and gluten-free flour is subjected to heat, cold and pressure, then extruded into strips.

The future:

So convincing is the faux chicken that it fooled Mark Bittman, food columnist for the New York Times.
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southbeach

db144 wrote:
SB:

You have over 8000 does that mean your more obsessed?

Stupid statement/argument from a stupid person.

d


I don't consider reading the science on a regular basis, and then fashioning a diet for health & longevity based on the research ..."obsession".

I call it careful consideration. Like I apply to my HIT training.

I don't consider eating proven harmful or potentially harmful food "living". I don't miss a thing. I've merely substituted this for that.

My meals are very tasty, and very very healthy as per latest science. I misss very little from my previous meat eater chip eater french fry years. I was addicted to GREASE/OIL & SALT, i now realize.

A true addiction, i craved it for first couple of YEARS. :O

Yes, years. firmly believe it takes years to change decades of food addiction that started at birth.

Now? I'm happy, feel satisfied, full beyond any reasonable standard after each meal ("volumetrics").

Best of all, I am no longer killing myself slowly with my poor food choice and addiction.
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Hitit

southbeach wrote:
db144 wrote:
SB:

You have over 8000 does that mean your more obsessed?

Stupid statement/argument from a stupid person.

d

I don't consider reading the science on a regular basis, and then fashioning a diet for health & longevity based on the research ..."obsession".

I call it careful consideration. Like I apply to my HIT training.

I don't consider eating proven harmful or potentially harmful food "living". I don't miss a thing. I've merely substituted this for that.

My meals are very tasty, and very very healthy as per latest science. I misss very little from my previous meat eater chip eater french fry years. I was addicted to GREASE/OIL & SALT, i now realize.

A true addiction, i craved it for first couple of YEARS. :O

Yes, years. firmly believe it takes years to change decades of food addiction that started at birth.

Now? I'm happy, feel satisfied, full beyond any reasonable standard after each meal ("volumetrics").

Best of all, I am no longer killing myself slowly with my poor food choice and addiction.


So you are no longer the FAT person you used to be, CONGRATULAIONS!

Unfortunately, you're still an Addict...
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southbeach

Hitit wrote:
southbeach wrote:
db144 wrote:
SB:

You have over 8000 does that mean your more obsessed?

Stupid statement/argument from a stupid person.

d

I don't consider reading the science on a regular basis, and then fashioning a diet for health & longevity based on the research ..."obsession".

I call it careful consideration. Like I apply to my HIT training.

I don't consider eating proven harmful or potentially harmful food "living". I don't miss a thing. I've merely substituted this for that.

My meals are very tasty, and very very healthy as per latest science. I misss very little from my previous meat eater chip eater french fry years. I was addicted to GREASE/OIL & SALT, i now realize.

A true addiction, i craved it for first couple of YEARS. :O

Yes, years. firmly believe it takes years to change decades of food addiction that started at birth.

Now? I'm happy, feel satisfied, full beyond any reasonable standard after each meal ("volumetrics").

Best of all, I am no longer killing myself slowly with my poor food choice and addiction.


So you are no longer the FAT person you used to be, CONGRATULAIONS!

Unfortunately, you're still an Addict...


how so???
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