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How to not eat like a retard III

A continuation…
5. Dairy
Dairy has good and bad. Of course the lactose intolerant generally avoid milk, but many dairy products have little to no lactose. Aged cheese, fermented yogurt, butter, and heavy cream all are great examples. Even if you are lactose intolerant, by the way, raw milk has lactase enzymes in it that help break down lactose.
The other problematic part of dairy is casein. Casein is a protein and often used by weight lifters as a slow-digesting protein (whey is fast digesting) so many suggest taking it at night so it fuels your body for hours, while whey is taken right after a workout. Either way, people who have trouble with casein can drink cow or sheep milk and be perfectly fine; cows in the USA have the A1 form of casein while other animals have A2 which is not very problematic. If you find problems with casein, you may also have them because of wheat consumption; once wheat is eliminated casein is no longer problematic.
Although the vast majority of pre-industrial cultures didn’t drink milk, they did often take the fat from dairy or fermented dairy products. One of the best foods, although the media will lie and say otherwise, is butter. It has vitamin K2, butyric acid, CLA, vitamin A, vitamin E, iodine, selenium and beta-carotenes. It also has cholesterol, which isn’t actually bad for you (for another day…).

6. Vegetables
Vegetables are great sources of nutrients and vitamins and often have low calories, meaning they’re very nutrient dense. Nearly all vegetables are good for you, unless another group they belong to I have mentioned as bad. For example, although soy is a vegetable, it is more specifically a legume, and it is terrible. Corn is also often mistaken for a vegetable when it is actually a grain. Either way, if you’re thinking of eating a vegetable, it should be fine as long as it isn’t more precisely a grain, a legume, a pseudo-cereal, or something like that. Always double check. And if you’re a fatty, and I know you are, I suggest avoiding the starchy vegetables like carrots and potatoes, which should be eaten post-workout for people trying to gain mass.

7. Fruit
Fruit is generally good, but in moderation. It’s like a vegetable with extra sugar to make it taste better. Berries and cherries are a good choice, but stuff like watermelon and pineapple is very sugary. Fruit juice is shit, the whole point of fruit is that the fiber in it helps slow down the absorption of sugar. Without it you might as well be drinking a soda. No fruit juice you fat fucks. In season is best, because it’s cheap, but look up the fructose and sucrose levels of fruit and the GI index before consuming massive quantities like you fatties love to do.

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  1. Bernard
    14 July 2011 at 5:10 pm

    Great advice, Fat Slayer. I thought you might like to see this:

    http://www.startribune.com/lifestyle/wellness/125460753.html

    If the government could take some fat kids away from their families, it would only be a matter of time before the government could take all fat kids away from their families.

  2. Donald Trump
    9 September 2016 at 10:10 pm

    Fat Slayer, you have done well. Now there is one last thing you must do for me, prepare your anus, cause I’m going in dry!

  1. 22 July 2011 at 7:59 pm

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