I do the same thing at McDonald's and I've never managed to get above 322Everyone told me years ago, "When you get in your thirties, you'll start putting on weight." I'm nearly fifty.
At McDonald's I eat six Big Macs or three double quarter pounders whenever I go. Same weight and height since I was fourteen.
The U.S. has made other regions of the world fat because of processed food. In Europe, you can spot U.S. Americans because they are the corpulent ones. So much processed food is made out of corn.
This touches on one of the more significant aspects of diet issues...and is only the tip of the toxicity iceberg that is the modern American diet.I'm amused that the first ingredient on some "health" beverages is corn syrup, and these are served up at hospitals! Oh no!
You can still get fat even without eating the toxic shit. I've done the research.This touches on one of the more significant aspects of diet issues...and is only the tip of the toxicity iceberg that is the modern American diet.
One of the primary ways inflation is masked is by inexpensive processed/mass produced "food".
It's inexpensive because it's mostly toxic shit.
Certainly true, just advocating for portion control awareness regardless of food selectionOf course you can. But the "processed" stuff tends to be carb/calorie heavy as well.
People laugh at the keto/low-carb craze but if they knew anything about insulin production- they'd realize it works. I was a fat kid all my life (dad's good ol' southern cooking) but dropped 100 lbs within a year of getting a job and buying my own food. Cutting out sugar and bread is a great start.That's awesome. Yeah, I am doing the low carb/keto/atkins type thing. I lost about 100 pounds about 15 years or o ago doing it. I really struggle with counting calorie, so this diet actually keeps me feeling pretty full. Definitely miss carbs, though. No potatoes, dressing or pie for the Holidays