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Math checks out.

submitted by canbot to funny 2 weeksJul 10, 2024 16:16:15 ago (+37/-0)     (files.catbox.moe)

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[ - ] NuckFiggers 9 points 2 weeksJul 10, 2024 16:54:42 ago (+9/-0)

It's funny how the people that always want to give advice on health always look like shit

[ - ] RobertJHarsh 6 points 2 weeksJul 10, 2024 18:18:35 ago (+6/-0)

Like lard asses who are "trainers".

[ - ] Prairie 5 points 2 weeksJul 10, 2024 18:33:17 ago (+5/-0)

Do these "journalists" not know that the "beef supply" matches demand, more or less? If there is more demand, the supply increases. Send them back to Econ 101.

[ - ] fritz_maurentod 3 points 2 weeksJul 11, 2024 03:00:24 ago (+3/-0)

I don't need any study for the obvious. When you replace goyslop with meat, eggs and veggies you see a transformation in your body composition, even without working out.

[ - ] Wahaha 0 points 2 weeksJul 11, 2024 07:05:43 ago (+0/-0)

Does fish count as meat or should fish (I'm thinking mostly salmon) be avoided?

[ - ] fritz_maurentod 1 point 2 weeksJul 11, 2024 07:38:41 ago (+1/-0)

Avoid fish from fish farms and eat large fish like tuna only occasionally since they accumulate a lot of lead and other bad stuff. Small wild fish you can eat as much as you like.

[ - ] TheBigGuyFromQueens 2 points 2 weeksJul 10, 2024 19:54:46 ago (+2/-0)

I was a lacto-ovo vegetarian for 14 years and just started eating meat again 3 months ago. I feel no better or no worse than before. I have no horse in the race; just being honest.

[ - ] FacelessOne 1 point 2 weeksJul 11, 2024 10:24:35 ago (+1/-0)

Fag

[ - ] Empire_of_the_Mind 2 points 2 weeksJul 10, 2024 19:29:50 ago (+2/-0)

"The study, published in the journal Nutrients, examined data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, which tracked the meals of more than 10,000 adults over a 24-hour period."

trash SJW study - here if you want it: https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/15/17/3795

[ - ] Wahaha 1 point 2 weeksJul 11, 2024 07:10:43 ago (+1/-0)

[ - ] GreatSatan 1 point 2 weeksJul 11, 2024 03:27:16 ago (+1/-0)

This is a good thing. We don’t have the resources to feed everyone quality meat. Don’t let the masses know.

[ - ] Love240 1 point 2 weeksJul 11, 2024 04:09:37 ago (+1/-0)

Ya know, after the last few years, I'm fine with this.

[ - ] Empire_of_the_Mind 1 point 2 weeksJul 10, 2024 19:35:33 ago (+1/-0)*

I've read through enough of this absolute garbage study to blow it out the water. In short, the study found that "people who ate a whole lot of beef on a given day account for half the total beef consumed by everyone on that same day."

Women belong in the kitchen.

[ - ] RedBarchetta 0 points 2 weeksJul 10, 2024 19:34:49 ago (+0/-0)

All I know is my shipments from Omaha Steaks are good.

[ - ] GreatSatan 1 point 2 weeksJul 11, 2024 03:32:10 ago (+1/-0)

Better to buy in huge bulks from your local farmers. You can split the money with some family or friends and buy a whole cut up cow for cheaper than a few steaks.

[ - ] No_way_oy_vey 0 points 2 weeksJul 10, 2024 23:26:48 ago (+0/-0)

The steaks I got from Omaha were okay, but lately I've been really enjoying the grassfed ribeyes from Aldi for $12/lb. If I want to treat myself, a local butcher has steaks for 2-3x the price that can be better, but the Aldi meat is solid. Aldi also has grassfed 85/15 ground beef for $5.50/lb and its damn good.

I haven't yet tried costco's meat but I hear good things, and sometimes they mislabel top notch marbled steaks for a low price. One day I'm going to drive to the nearest civilization and get try some.