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posted ago by happybillmoney ago by happybillmoney +91 / -1

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This Weeks Discussion Theme: Consume Diet

White boy summer is just around the corner! It’s very easy to put on some pounds while taking a vacation or just going out more. Even though many of us will pig out during the summer it’s important to not forget health is wealth and it starts with your diet. This weekly is on dieting for good health, or weight loss and weight management.

Discussion ideas:

  • Why is eating balanced and healthy so hard for many people?
  • What is important in a healthy diet? E.g., portion control, calorie counting, protein to carb ratio etc...
  • Share healthy dieting advice.

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TheBubbleBursts 5 points ago +5 / -0

Why is eating balanced and healthy so hard for many people?

I'm convinced so many have been convinced that food of various kind (be it comfort, high-end, novelty, etal) is such an integral part of enjoying life they must consoom food in the spirit of YOLO/FOMOism.

Share healthy dieting advice.

I was a bartender for a while at a place known for its attractive clientele, and the subject of dieting regularly came up. Talking about high restrictive, elaborate or high-maintenance diets alienates normies very quick.

There are very few normies here, but in the same spirit, I would suggest everyone not actively trying to put on muscle to consume slightly less beard/starch and sugar than they normally would. That's it. Nothing too major, and this change can be done for life. You can still enjoy sweets and starches, simply in smaller amounts or less often.

If every country with an obesity problem did this, it'd become a notably leaner, healthier, more attractive one with a half year.