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From: siva (
Subject:         Re: Errors in health 101, 202 and 303.
Date: February 22, 2015 at 1:09 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Errors in health 101, 202 and 303. posted by BJ on February 19, 2015 at 6:26 am:

we all have limited digestive capacity, not just
"many healthy fit people". eating more than our
digestive limit is overeating and overeating is never
conducive to health no matter what our diet is.

most superathletes eat concentrated food and have to
drink water to compensate for hydration. when we
include the volume of water consumed, then all these
other diets have equally high volume, if not more.

the recommended daily caloric intake of ~2500
calories for the average man is easily met with a
diet of fruits and vegetables, which in my experience
is hardly anything to be considered extreme. i
actually find it easier to meet my caloric needs with
fruits because they digest easily and quickly. but
that's just me.

how many calories do you think is extreme when done
with just fruits and vegetables? on what other diet
can one meet that caloric intake without including
the use of commercial sports drinks, protein powders
and other similar highly refined products?

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