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Re: Healthy B'fast [Re: Cool Mo D] #7851646 05/26/20 03:18 PM
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I once made these at home until I discovered breakfast tacos. Never gained a n ounce.

https://www.mcdonalds.com/us/en-us/product/egg-mcmuffin.html


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The only thing unhealthy is the toast.

Also how much do you consume?

Sugar is what you want to avoid. Yogurt is full of sugar


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Originally Posted by txtrophy85
The only thing unhealthy is the toast.

Also how much do you consume?

Sugar is what you want to avoid. Yogurt is full of sugar


Mailed it. Eat like a bird and crap like a horse.


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I like Grits.....……………. food

Re: Healthy B'fast [Re: HogBranch] #7851937 05/26/20 07:37 PM
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Originally Posted by HogBranch
Just leave out the toast and you are good. I have cup of whole milk and some assorted nuts. Doesn’t take much when it all protein and good fat.

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Originally Posted by Herbie Hancock
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Just leave out the toast and you are good. I have cup of whole milk and some assorted nuts. Doesn’t take much when it all protein and good fat.




whole milk is horrible for you too.



One of the biggest lies sold to the American public was that milk is good for you. No other animal in the animal kingdom drinks milk after its been weaned, except for people.


Dairy consumption comes with a whole slew of issues.


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Originally Posted by txtrophy85
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Just leave out the toast and you are good. I have cup of whole milk and some assorted nuts. Doesn’t take much when it all protein and good fat.




whole milk is horrible for you too.



One of the biggest lies sold to the American public was that milk is good for you. No other animal in the animal kingdom drinks milk after its been weaned, except for people.


Dairy consumption comes with a whole slew of issues.


Stunts your growth

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It accelerates my growth.

Re: Healthy B'fast [Re: Cool Mo D] #7851971 05/26/20 08:41 PM
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I don't know about stunting growth but I can say it will make you fat


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Originally Posted by txtrophy85
I don't know about stunting growth but I can say it will make you fat


What you mean is any sugar including lactose can contribute to increased fat retention.


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Originally Posted by txtrophy85
Originally Posted by Herbie Hancock
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Just leave out the toast and you are good. I have cup of whole milk and some assorted nuts. Doesn’t take much when it all protein and good fat.




whole milk is horrible for you too.



One of the biggest lies sold to the American public was that milk is good for you. No other animal in the animal kingdom drinks milk after its been weaned, except for people.


Dairy consumption comes with a whole slew of issues.
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Tell that to wolves and big cats, first think they eat on wet cow elk, moose, deer and domestic animals they kill,

It’s a flawed process to use that as your agruement. Most animals would die if still producing milk in the winter. Takes to much energy to produce another high energy source

Fat isn’t bad for you, sugar/lactose isn’t great but in moderation its minimal impact.

Whole milk has less lactose then 1-2%


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Re: Healthy B'fast [Re: Cool Mo D] #7851983 05/26/20 08:57 PM
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They may eat it off a kill but they are not going to the teat two or three times a day and filling up.

Can't use opportunistic kills as a basis for that argument either sir


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Originally Posted by txtrophy85
Originally Posted by Herbie Hancock
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Just leave out the toast and you are good. I have cup of whole milk and some assorted nuts. Doesn’t take much when it all protein and good fat.




whole milk is horrible for you too.



One of the biggest lies sold to the American public was that milk is good for you. No other animal in the animal kingdom drinks milk after its been weaned, except for people.


Dairy consumption comes with a whole slew of issues.



And humans are the only thing with logical thinking, so logical thinking is bad too I guess.


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Originally Posted by txtrophy85
They may eat it off a kill but they are not going to the teat two or three times a day and filling up.

Can't use opportunistic kills as a basis for that argument either sir


It’s a high energy source, that’s the point, milking ruminates expend to many calories producing milk year round, they can’t do it with out supplemental feeding.

Your whole agruement is about lactose/sugar, milk has 11g per 8oz. Which is less then half of a (sprite, coke and orange juice)

So why is whole milk the worst for you?


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Oh and plain yogurt has even less sugar then milk because the fermentation process breaks lactose down.

Two slices of bread have comparable amount of sugar as a 8oz of milk


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Apple and low fat peanut butter or almond butter.


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Originally Posted by BOBO the Clown
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They may eat it off a kill but they are not going to the teat two or three times a day and filling up.

Can't use opportunistic kills as a basis for that argument either sir


It’s a high energy source, that’s the point, milking ruminates expend to many calories producing milk year round, they can’t do it with out supplemental feeding.

Your whole agruement is about lactose/sugar, milk has 11g per 8oz. Which is less then half of a (sprite, coke and orange juice)

So why is whole milk the worst for you?



and Heroin is worse for you than Cigarettes but neither are good for you


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Originally Posted by txtrophy85
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They may eat it off a kill but they are not going to the teat two or three times a day and filling up.

Can't use opportunistic kills as a basis for that argument either sir


It’s a high energy source, that’s the point, milking ruminates expend to many calories producing milk year round, they can’t do it with out supplemental feeding.

Your whole agruement is about lactose/sugar, milk has 11g per 8oz. Which is less then half of a (sprite, coke and orange juice)

So why is whole milk the worst for you?



and Heroin is worse for you than Cigarettes but neither are good for you


Ok, a peach, apple and an orange, have more sugar then 8oz of milk.

Again why is whole milk so bad for you?


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Apple and low fat peanut butter or almond butter.


Don’t stress over the fat, stress over total combined sugar intake, most peanut butters has a good amount of added sugar, so moderation


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i dont know much about how to eat but i eat what i want and am fine. My Mom is 102.5 and counting and living at home mostly alone. She drinks a lot of milk and always has. She also watches a lot of old westerns and loves Barney on Andy Griffith. So theres that....


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I'm not disagreeing with the info in that link just because it is from PETA. I am actually open minded and have changed my eating habits many times in my life base on what "they" say is good or bad for you. I thought "they" were saying now that we could skip the fat free milk now because some fat is actually good for us. I got used to, and drank, fat free milk long enough to finally like it.

"They" said years ago to quit margarine and eat butter now. Is that bad info? I don't really know. I've tasted almond milk and guess I could get used to it, if I thought it was necessary.

"They" issued numerous articles a few years ago telling how bastardized the wheat is now and to not fool ourselves with whole wheat bread. I ate that cardboard bread long enough to tolerate it. There were articles out titled something like "not your grandparent's wheat." The articles indicated that whole wheat turned straight to sugar. Now I eat whatever bread on the shelf that looks good at the moment.

I tend to think the experts change their advice too often to worry about it much anymore.

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I ate this chit a lot of mornings for almost a year. I survived and in my 70's so there must be something healthy about this meal.



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Well played roflmao, if you turn in to a hippy like Erath, Im unfriending you.

On a serious note, nutrition is the original global warming debate


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