Exactly.A myth about people being in control of what goes in their mouth? Or making a choice on what type of food they eat, and how much? and whether they choose to live healthy?. In this day and age, ignorance about what and how much you eat is a bit rich don't you think?. Im by no means an athlete who lives on a spartan diet, but at this time of year when the jeans get a little bit tighter, i know exactly why, and i know exactly who is responsible. Me :icon_cheers:
At an individual level, yes it is that simple. At the level of a whole society/global economy its far more complicated than that. particularly in the developing world. You have issues of access, pricing, availability, education....Exactly.
A lack of self control does not allow people to blame others for what's in the food they shovel into their mouths.
Bribies comments were directed at Australia so yes, it is that simple.At an individual level, yes it is that simple. At the level of a whole society/global economy its far more complicated than that. particularly in the developing world. You have issues of access, pricing, availability, education....
The globesity program that was on the ABC a few weeks ago is a good introduction. its still on their iview thingy. In Mexico coke is more available and cheaper than clean drinking water...
So you mean to tell me that a balanced diet is the way to go. No way - i don't believe you.
Shut up, get back in that mash tun and keep shovelling, then when that is done, get in the fermenter and scrape that crud off the walls.I hate eating, i hate buying food, i dont like wasting time eating....im 6'3" and 74kg...if i never had to eat again i would be happy...i drink to excess and get minimal exercise except a very labour intensive job...i dont have body issues or eating disorders, i just cant be bothered with eating...i cant even imagine how people can eat so much food and why they crave such crap food to put in their mouths.