I actually bought some the other day and have eaten a couple servings of it. I figured I should start getting some lactobacilus reuteri in my diet, aka probiotics.
There are some studies showing significantly increased testerostone production in rats fed probiotics compared to rats fed a typical diet.
Bretty cool stuff
>reach my carb and protein goals for the day
>only get half of my fats
Do I just start chugging oil or do I give it up for today and try again tomorrow? I never thought I'd have to struggle to get more fats into my diet.
What does /fit/ listen to while working out?
>not having your pandora on yg radio for dat 2016 westcoast sound
never gonna make it
How many calorie does the average person consume at a buffet?
so is this 18g of protein or 1.8g protein?
why do you lift?
What mode is this?
what routine will get you fast leg strength gains
How do I specifically train for sex so my stamina, strength, thrusting and lower back endurance is top class?
Whats /fit/ opinion on cargo shorts at the gym?
what do you guys like to wear to the gym?
what are some DOs and DONTs of gym apparel?
post your workout OOTD and rate each others/give constructive feedback!
here's me on my way to work out, what do you think?
Is it possible to retrain your taste buds to like the taste of certain food?
I'm incredibly picky with food and it's caused me to miss out on a lot of easy and healthy recipes. For example, I really hate the taste of eggs. Not having access to that amazing source of protein makes things a bit more challenging, as most recipes I find for easy protein involve creating something that tastes like eggs. But is there a way to force myself to like them?
I was raised by parents who can't cook and only know how to make like four different meals. I didn't discover what real steak was until I was 17. After that, I didn't discover that vegetables could be good until I was 23 (it had only been potatoes and pickles before).
Grow the fuck up, learn to cook, and eat lots of different things.
I'd like to think I could force myself to eat them, but it's not how I'd like to spend the rest of my life, which is the problem. It would feel like I'm just going on a temporary diet instead of changing my lifestyle. The only way I could see myself eating eggs is if I actually liked them somehow.
It's not like I can't reach my protein goals without them, it would just be easier if I had access to them, so to speak.
>hey anon, is this how you do a squat?