posted on Sep, 3 2015 @ 06:05 AM
a reply to: yulka
Well, I do not know about your life, but in mine I have had extended periods where eating regularly, and well, was not an option. I also do a physical
job, rather than mooching around an office, burning no calories and expending minimal joules of physical effort. So I eat to make sure I am filled
with enough energy to do my job, and against the possibility that I might not get to eat tomorrow, depending on what happens.
In terms of taking damage, listen... Unless you have an unhealthy preference for some sort of food over others, and unless you do not take it upon
yourself to get out in the air, get some exercise, go for a three mile walk every now and again, then you should not take damage from eating a variety
of foods, unless you have a pre-existing genetic or environmentally caused weakness or intolerance for one or another additive, or glutens or yeasts
or what have you.
I have not got washboard abs, or rippling biceps, but I am not obese either, and I keep myself that way without effort, just by eating what I can get
my mitts on, and making sure to burn what I put in by way of working like a machine, and walking all over Gods green creation. If I tried to go even
partly vegetarian, I would run out of animal protein to burn, and give it up as a bad job, because that is how my biochemistry works. Everyone's is a
little different, but getting jammed up with humus and rabbit food exclusively is not a healthy or balanced approach to nutrition, unless one does one
of "those" day jobs, which requires no energy, no real sustenance in order to complete.