.......interesting things about fitness, strength, diet and performance.
That food density stuff always bugs me. You can have a diet that's 90 percent poptarts, ten percent spinach and celery and other low calorie vegetables, and wow, look at all the food you can eat. Eat more, weigh less! No apologies to Dean Ornish. The high price of vegetables like cauliflower and broccoli for 300 calories illustrates something, I think. If you're shipping calories around the world, 300 calories of fatty pork leaves a much smaller shipping footprint than 300 calories of brocolli. I've spelled brocolli right at least once. Make that twice. Broccoli.
There's a very big picture book about this. I'll go find it for you. It's page after page of "instead of this you could be eating this" things with pork chops and bagels.I don't necessarily agree with some of the choices, but it's fascinting to just see it all laid out visually.Bryce
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