Originally posted by GoShredAK
You can't just eat subway and automatically have made a healthy choice. You need to pick one of the good breads, avoid cheese, mayo, chips, SODA, and
stick with a six inch.
Since this particular response was very wrong, I'm going to have to pick it apart piece by piece.
Good breads. There are no such things. Breads contain high quantities of carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are worse for you than fat, by a long shot.
Carbohydrates take the place of fat in cells. Carbs stealing fats place in the cells means fat has no where to go, making you fat. Meanwhile, when the
body is trying to use the carbs for energy, it can't. You know why? Because they take immensely longer to dissolve.
That's why people that jog or run a marathon eat pasta the night before a jog...because it takes until the next day for you to receive energy from
That's just the beginning of carbs., please don't get me started on the rest of it.
Terrible advice. Cheese, and I mean REAL cheese, is high in fat.
Saturated and Monounsaturated. The two best kinds. Many people, people that don't know what they're talking about, try to talk about fats and how
they're terrible for you.
I know for a FACT that saturated fats are the best things in the world for you. They enter the body fast, go into the cells and they're used for
They do their job. They get in, they supply energy, they leave. They become a problem when you eat too many carbs and the carbs take their spots in
Then the fat is just hanging around, making you.....well, fat.
Correct, in a sense. Too many polyunsaturated fats. They take too long to use and could cause the other and better fats to not have a place, but as
for anything other than fats...you're wrong.
I agree, too many carbs.
Yes and no. People make fun of people because they drink diet soda because they think they're doing a difference. They truly are. What's the
difference? About 45 grams of carbs, and you know how I feel about carbs.
Do your research first, I have.