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Old 06-14-2016, 11:58 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by MrHT View Post
This has always bugged me for a long time. People restrict themselves of junk food & fast food just because they want to eat healthy and live a longer life. But think about it. Wouldn't it be better to live a shorter life and enjoy it rather than live a longer, miserable life? Now, I'm not saying to order 10 donuts at Dunkin' Donuts and gobble them all up, but once in a while, enjoy yourself!! Some people restrict themselves and starve themselves all their lives just to add more years to their life. But what good are those extra years of living if you're just miserable??
Its about finding a balance, those people that go extreme health freak, I think are missing the point. But the argument is not about living a LONGER life but living a life without health issues. You don't appreciate good health until you lose it. In the present moment you can make better choices to not cause problems for your body. Its about moderation and REDUCING your intake of junk foods. No one is saying go cold turkey. Remember, what you put in your body is what you will get out. You don't need to be a nutritionist to understand that concept.

Example1: I currently have high cholesterol, my doctor says I should eat less meat. So Im seeking vegetarian options for lunch, dinner I can have some meat, about a fist size portion. The rest will be vegetables. Am I giving up BBQ (my favorite food)? No But find a balance.

RECAP: Not about living a longer life but living a life without health issues.
What you put in is what you get out.

Last edited by Ace_BB6; 06-15-2016 at 12:02 AM.
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