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Re: Atkins vs. Keto vs. Carnivore
« Reply #75 on: July 09, 2020, 12:18:56 PM »
You took that way too seriously.

He makes the same incorrect point practically every time the subject of health comes up.  I've lost count of the number of times he has done this schtick.  It's dumb and annoying.

There is no reason to assume that people who follow a healthy lifestyle are trying to live until they are 90 or are unaware of the problems in the world.  I'm tired of Greg saying it.

 
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Re: Atkins vs. Keto vs. Carnivore
« Reply #76 on: July 09, 2020, 12:54:03 PM »
You took that way too seriously.

He makes the same incorrect point practically every time the subject of health comes up.  I've lost count of the number of times he has done this schtick.  It's dumb and annoying.

There is no reason to assume that people who follow a healthy lifestyle are trying to live until they are 90 or are unaware of the problems in the world.  I'm tired of Greg saying it.

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Re: Atkins vs. Keto vs. Carnivore
« Reply #77 on: July 09, 2020, 01:00:16 PM »
You took that way too seriously.

He makes the same incorrect point practically every time the subject of health comes up.  I've lost count of the number of times he has done this schtick.  It's dumb and annoying.

There is no reason to assume that people who follow a healthy lifestyle are trying to live until they are 90 or are unaware of the problems in the world.  I'm tired of Greg saying it.

I was thankful for the reminder

The last time he did it was June 25th, about two weeks ago.  If you need reminders that often, perhaps you should look into some memory supplements or exercises.
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Re: Atkins vs. Keto vs. Carnivore
« Reply #78 on: July 09, 2020, 01:48:29 PM »
You took that way too seriously.

He makes the same incorrect point practically every time the subject of health comes up.  I've lost count of the number of times he has done this schtick.  It's dumb and annoying.

There is no reason to assume that people who follow a healthy lifestyle are trying to live until they are 90 or are unaware of the problems in the world.  I'm tired of Greg saying it.

I was thankful for the reminder

The last time he did it was June 25th, about two weeks ago.  If you need reminders that often, perhaps you should look into some memory supplements or exercises.

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Re: Atkins vs. Keto vs. Carnivore
« Reply #79 on: July 10, 2020, 10:16:02 AM »
Almost a month into intermittent fasting and I'm about to drop into the 170s for the first time in about 20 years. At the peak of my physical health around my junior year of high school I was 175 and benching around 250. Though I won't be throwing that much weight up again I am doing light weight training and toning up.

I've noticed my attitude toward food has changed. I'm enjoying my food more and am learning restraint as well as eliminating "boredom" eating.
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Re: Atkins vs. Keto vs. Carnivore
« Reply #80 on: July 11, 2020, 04:07:09 AM »
Almost a month into intermittent fasting and I'm about to drop into the 170s for the first time in about 20 years. At the peak of my physical health around my junior year of high school I was 175 and benching around 250. Though I won't be throwing that much weight up again I am doing light weight training and toning up.

I've noticed my attitude toward food has changed. I'm enjoying my food more and am learning restraint as well as eliminating "boredom" eating.

How tall are/were you?  When I was in high school at my best I weighed 165 lbs and benched 205.  But, I was also 6 feet tall.  And, I focused on reps. as opposed to maxing. 
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Re: Atkins vs. Keto vs. Carnivore
« Reply #81 on: July 11, 2020, 06:08:00 AM »
Almost a month into intermittent fasting and I'm about to drop into the 170s for the first time in about 20 years. At the peak of my physical health around my junior year of high school I was 175 and benching around 250. Though I won't be throwing that much weight up again I am doing light weight training and toning up.

I've noticed my attitude toward food has changed. I'm enjoying my food more and am learning restraint as well as eliminating "boredom" eating.

How tall are/were you?  When I was in high school at my best I weighed 165 lbs and benched 205.  But, I was also 6 feet tall.  And, I focused on reps. as opposed to maxing.

I'm 5'9"

My max was 250. I was a workout junky and very athletic in my younger years. Most of my 175 back then was muscle. Now? Not so much.
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