Casually Explained: Being Healthy

Casually Explained: Being Healthy

well it's pretty common knowledge that certain foods are healthy and others aren't so much it's pretty rare that you ever get an explanation as to why and one thing that bothers me quite a bit is when someone says to eat something because it's good for you or it's so super food and almost University what that really translates to is it grows in nature ironically half the time it only grows in nature because we've selectively bred it over thousands of years to be that way and when half of our leading sources of nutrition advice or Pinterest recipes a lot of what we consider common knowledge is actually completely made-up as an example one of the most common terms you'll see online with regards to healthy food is that something gets rid of toxins in your body which really doesn't make any sense if your body is filled with toxins and certain foods remove them then that means we could have brought back Steve urban with a blueberry smoothie in reality almost all supplements are foods that get rid of toxins are really just laxatives or diuretics so it makes you feel like there's somehow flushing something away when in reality you could have just put three shots of vodka in your latte like a regular person the next thing you'll often run into our online recipes for anything made overnight in a mason jar telling you you're not getting enough antioxidants and one of the ways you can tell if you're not getting enough antioxidants is by looking at your skin and seeing if it's starting to rust and while they do play a role in your body the problem with suggesting that you should consume more is that it's fundamentally like saying the more oil you have in your car the less likely it is to break down which is not true because too much actually makes things worse the good news is is that you do have too much oil in your car you can add the excess to your overnight oats because motor oil is also high in antioxidants another common idea that's recently started to shift is that you should never skip breakfast which there is absolutely no scientific basis for except that breakfast food is my favorite I think the funny thing is that when I used to tell people I skipped breakfast they thought I was crazy but now I can say I'm doing intermittent fasting and they're like oh very disciplined when in reality I just woke up at noon relatedly the next thing that's often incredibly misunderstood is diet especially with things like paleo keto intermittent fasting and varying degrees of vegetarianism becoming so popular we've all heard limitless jokes about how do you know if someone is a vegan because they'll tell you classic comedy that's not even the case anymore I see way more people on low-carb ketogenic diets post things on the internet like look at this fool I saw today eating an apple like an absolute Normie as they show off their Costco haul of pork rinds and butter the most important thing to know is that generally speaking weight is regulated by calorie intake so you have a certain amount of calories you burn in a day and if you repeatedly intake more than that you'll gain weight and if you intake less than that you'll lose weight as a quick disclaimer the exact amount of calories absorbed from food isn't always a hundred percent which is why some people claim calories in calories out isn't true but being more exact calories metabolized and absorbed minus calories burned always is true now for the average person the amount of calories burned is around two thousand to two thousand five hundred calories a day then the generally accepted rule is that there is 3,500 calories in a pound of body fat so say you wanted to get thick because it's 2019 you would have to eat roughly 500 calories above your daily maintenance for 71 days to gain 10 pounds then if we look at the composition of food itself all food is made up of three primary macronutrients that serve a different bodily function and each has a different caloric value we have fat which has nine calories per gram protein which has four calories per gram and carbohydrates which have four calories per gram as well and then there's a fourth bonus macronutrient alcohol which has seven calories per gram as for their physiological roles loosely speaking fat regulates hormones and stops your cells from imploding protein is for bodily function and muscular regeneration carbohydrates are primarily for aerobic and anaerobic activity and then alcohol which sadly just poisons you the good news is that because too much alcohol is toxic if your friend is passed out in the club bathroom you can flush out the alcohol by popping a blueberry under their tongue just like a Senzu bean below that we have fiber and micronutrients which are all your vitamins and minerals just make sure you get enough of these or your teeth will fall out now with these fundamentals in mind if we start to take a look at all the popular and successful diets out there nowadays the fact the matter is that almost all of them have good points but they also all have bad points I mean you're not enlightened member of the nutrition Illuminati just because you stopped eating bread and if we take a look at all the most common diets that cover the full spectrum of plant-based – animal-based we can see they all have pros and cons veganism is sustainable and very nice to the animals but it's a bit harder to get the right macronutrients and you constantly have to wonder if your friends don't want you for dinner because of your dietary restrictions or just your personality vegetarianism is sustainable and nice – gana muls but limited food choices paleo diets are good for weight loss but again limited food choice ketogenic diets very good for weight loss because it massively regulates blood sugar which affects cravings and appetite but it's extremely limiting in terms of food choice not very good for anyone doing an aerobic sports because there are no available carbohydrates but it's actually not bad if you run ultra ultra ultra marathons so the next time you go for a hundred mile run make sure to bring your pepperoni holster carnivorous diets these ones are a bit weird and they're very unsustainable but very good for weight loss and autoimmune disorders / arthritis / certain types of depression and while there have been some pretty miraculous anecdotes the downside is that has not been well studied long term and everyone at the restaurant will think you're serial killers you peel the breading off your KFC family bucket for some reason the community is also really involved with cryptocurrency so if anyone was actually the nutrition Illuminati this would be it and then finally the classic if it fits your macros which means eating whatever you want as long as it fits within a designated calorie limit and matches the amount of protein fat and carbohydrates you've allotted this is common for athletes and people who want to be bodybuilders but in the seven years they've been going to the gym they've only made two years worth of progress speaking of the gym there are also a few misconceptions when it comes to exercise and one of the most common jokes you hear in weightlifting communities and is making fun of people who say I'm just looking to tone because the only two variables to your physical appearance is the volume of muscle you have and the volume of fat you have it's also incredibly difficult to gain muscle so you'll often hear girls and even guys say you know I'm worried that if I start lifting weights I'll get too big and unfortunately the thing is no matter how much you believe you're an anime protagonist it just isn't going to happen ultimately there are two main ways of improving your physical health through exercise which first strength training and cardiovascular training in other words how strong is your bought and how strong is your heart and lungs and well even 30 minutes to an hour of walking a day is enough to make sure everything keeps working further training at the gym is not only a good idea it's a lifestyle where you can lift a heavy thing now so you can be in pain for a while and then lift a slightly heavier thing later or ski on the elliptical until exhaustion so that once your heart eventually recovers you'll have more love to give you


  1. Some diets can be bad for you as going from eating a variety of foods to limiting your food intake, several studies has shown that you might lose weight but you also miss out on a lot of minerals and vitamins, and your life span actually gets shorter compared to someone eating more "unhealthy food". Interesting stuff.

  2. carnivorous diets are highly sustainable. You can eat one grass fed cow per year. Zero animals killed in the making of, just the cow itself (unlike crop production deaths, which are in the 100's of thousands). Probably more vegan than going vegan.

  3. My favorite part of this video and all of his others is the attention to detail of the noses on the characters

  4. I went to Florida several months ago. I was quite happily swimming around with the belugas when she suddenly decided to grab my foot with her genital slit. Belugas have very muscular vaginal orifices, and can use these muscles to manipulate objects and carry them. I stayed still for a while, to see if she was just playing, but she continued to masturbate against my foot, and in the light of the torch I sometimes carry, I could see that her slit had become very pink and had swelled as well. She was aroused!

    So, I started to back-paddle with my hands towards a small beached area, partially submerged in the water. A couple of times she pulled me forward into the deeper water, but eventually I got my self to the shallows. I dislodged my foot (Being careful not to pull too hard), and took her gently by a pectoral fin and rubbed her belly just to aclimatize her, I guess. She immediately rolled belly up and started doing pelvic thrusts against the palm of my hand. It was unmistakebly erotic, and by now I was fully aroused.

    I stripped off my shorts, and gently pulled her into the shallows until she was lying on her side, her belly facing towards me, half submerged in the water. I nestled myself belly to belly against her, and pressed my member against her genital slit. She immediately arched her body against mine, and took me inside her body, initiating a quick series of muscular contractions with her vaginal muscles. I wrapped my left arm around her body and just held her close while she manipulated me inside her body, until I climaxed barely 2 minutes later. Surprisingly, her body also shuddered against mine, and we spent the next 5 or so minutes just lying together in the shallows, holding each other, enjoying our company and revelling in the fact that we had shared something special together, something very few people can claim to have done.

    I do not brag about this though. It is not something you can brag about, since it not only is demeaning to the act, but it destroys the purpose of the act as well; to express affection, and trust. I only consent to those belugas who ask. As a result, I have mated only three times. Each time was memorable and special, because each time it was something we both wanted to share with each other. Sex, for me, is just another, albeit powerful, expression of affection and trust. I wouldn't engage any other animal, though; it is not my attraction. But there is little I wouldn't do for a beluga.

  5. You shouldn't promote the use of meats. The animal holocaust kills billions of animals per year and destroys the planet.

  6. Vegans: "Its not just good for the animals, its the best thing you can do for the environment.

    I'm so alone."

    Me: "Its not just good for the animals, its the best thing you can do for the environment.

    I'm so alone."

    (I'm vegan)

  7. Very nice! I like how there was actual research that went into this video…
    Nek minnit — throws everything out the window with jokes hahaha

  8. I started doing HIIT exercises in the past two months. I’ve only lost like a little bit because I still eat like shit, but damned if my endurance isn’t at epic gamer™ levels rn 😎

  9. I never laugh at YouTube videos, I just sit here straight faced for hours, but the part about resting has me on the fucking floor

  10. Vegetarians just cant eat meat but there's so many plant-based meat substitutes that its hardly "extremely limited"

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