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Do you know why?

Do you honestly know why you eat the way you do? Do you know why you do certain exercises?

If I asked you right now why eating vegetables is good, could you truly give me an answer?

Or would you just be able to repeat something that someone else told you?

How do you know that what they told you is even true!?!

YOU DON’T!

Unless of course you’ve done your own research.

Ok so I’m not saying to doubt everything that you hear. And I’m not saying that you shouldn’t trust a professional’s word.

But I do firmly believe that no matter what the subject, you need to do your own research.

I mean I tell you to avoid gluten. I tell you that fat is not the enemy. I tell you to eat LOTS OF MEAT aka I’m anti-vegetarian.

And while I hope you agree with me because I firmly believe I’m right, I know that people won’t believe with me.

And while I don’t mind a good debate, I really hate when people tell me that I’m wrong without truly backing up their opinion.

Sorry to pick on you vegetarians, but I really hate when you attack me about how our farming industry is hurting our environment and that we should all be vegetarians to protect it.

Because for one, this shows me that you obviously haven’t really read a word I said. If you notice I don’t promote conventional farming practices…I’m for all naturally raised animal products a.k.a the way animals WERE living on the land originally when we used to hunt them,

And two, no one really ever explains how being a vegetarian is MORE environmentally safe than eating meat raised the natural way. Most of the time when I actually point out how BAD mono-crop farming is for the environment, they have no response.

And why don’t they have a response?

Not because someone out there hasn’t come up with one, but because most people don’t really understand WHY they are doing the things they do!

haha random but funny!

So while I’m sure there will be a few vegetarians offended by this post, my point isn’t to get a response to my above comments. My point is that you need to THINK.

I don’t care what diet or exercise program you follow, even if it is mine. You still need to UNDERSTAND why you are doing it.

Don’t eat a diet low in fat and high in “whole grains” and tell me fat is bad and whole grains are good for you if you can’t back it up.

And saying, “Well whole grains have fiber” doesn’t cut it.

Anyway, next time you decide to take a stance on something, make sure you’ve really thought about your stance and understand the reasoning behind it.

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