Give me the GOAT tier foods to healthmaxx

Also what should I avoid? I'm going to stop eating/drinking anything from plastic, any sugar, processed food, white bread etc

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  1. 1 month ago
    Peasant Upriser

    Beer, oats, lentils, and tubers, and boobers hehehe

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    skinless chicken breast, it's high protein and low fat. tho depends where you get them as some farms "pump them full of hormones"
    eggs, basically a multivitamin and your body can absorb it much better than from vegetables (all salmonela does is give you diarhea so there's nothing to fear)
    check the website "eatthismuch" and "fatsecret" they have info on vitamins, calories, proteins etc to meal plan

    avoid: big and predatory fishes, they are high in mercury. the poisoning of which will make you low IQ. look up charts online. for omega3 shrimp, clams and sprats are good with low mercury (not to mention big fish can have parasites / worms)

    apperantly rice has arsenic, tho i've not looked into it

    consider a water filter, especially for flouride

    avoid seed ("vegetable") oils, like rapeseed, sunflower, palm etc. those are all heavily processed. if you need oil use coconut or olive oil

    bug shells have chitin, so avoid those too, as body can't process it

    onions and alcohol effectively raise estrogen, so avoid those

    buy and eat powdered milk, if it sends you to the toilet it means you're lactos intolerant, so avoid dairy products. some cheeses and yoghurt would only make you feel bloated but no diarhea

    you can get like your blood (?) tested to see if you have other alergies. "nut alergies" are usually just mold

    don't drink your own piss as some suggest, i've not looked into it, but i doubt it's healthy

    wagm

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      oh btw pork is not "the other white meat"
      it's red meat
      practically only chicken is white meat (less cholesterol)
      btw the cholesterol in eggs is the "good kind", the one that unclogs arteries (at least from what i've read)

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >onions
      sюy, the troony jannies will never, ever be women

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        newbie

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Give me the GOAT tier foods to healthmaxx
    fresh pomegranate juice
    >Also what should I avoid?
    certain textiles that cointain microplastis. don't microwave food in 'foodsafe' plastics. get a water filter or buy glass bottled water. avoid getting cleaning detergents and other shit like that on your skin.
    for foods, go fresh. I get:
    >eggs from my chickens
    >honey from neighbour (we trade eggs for honey)
    >milk from local farmer
    >meat without hormonal and antibiotic slop from local butcher/farmer friend
    the lesser steps it takes from manufacturing/farming to your plate, the healthier it is generally.
    >88
    checked

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      You playing Stardew Valley or smt out there?
      My problem with living like that is that the people are almost always braindead moronic.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        That anon is living the dream. You're just a dumb Black person

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >You playing Stardew Valley or smt out there?
        unironically, yes. read tribe from Sebastian Junger. it's nothing mindblowing but it has some great insights in the way we live and our lost sense of community.
        >My problem with living like that is that the people are almost always braindead moronic.
        that's your ego talking.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    You should avoid fatty meat, butter, and eggs

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The sticky covers like 90% of the threads on here. Also no you are not different than what the sticky would suggest.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    rice, beans, chicken breast, carrots, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers, apples, berries, potatoes. avoid fat especially fish and seed oils like devil. avoid sugar. avoid nuts and fatty cuts of meat.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    snake venom, pangolin and duck eggs

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >sardines
    omega 3, decent nutrition, easy to prep, low trophic level means low heavy metals so you can eat as much as you'd like. Mackerel is about as good, if you prefer it.
    >avocado
    tons of micronutrients with few downsides, pretty much universally regarded as healthy, basically a plant counterpart to egg
    >home-fermented foods
    BTFO's any store-bought yogurt or probiotic and is mostly pretty easy to make; sauerkraut is hard to beat, as is kefir (I love making kombucha but it's more work and not as practical). Gut benefits need no introduction; they also tend to be more nutritious and better-absorbed than non-fermented counterparts.
    >pistachios and walnuts
    good mix of generally healthy compounds, jack of all trades, lack the potential downsides of other nuts
    >eggs
    very nearly a perfect good, whether you lift heavy or just value your health. The choline aspect doesn't get enough attention.
    >allium and brassica
    not all that nutritious but are excellent for general health, detoxification, and the microbiome
    >berries
    generally less sugary and more nutritious than other fruits, you should eat organic blueberries or blackberries at least once in a while
    >EVOO
    a little controversial since it's pure plant fat, but there's a lot of good stuff in there

    As for drinks, green tea is something special, and if you enjoy the taste (it's nice if you brew it right) there's no reason not to have it every day. White tea is roughly as healthy and has a milder, more accessible flavor. Other teas (black, oolong, pu'er) are slightly worse but still have lots to offer, assuming you drink them "plain." Black coffee is a little edgier but still overall seems healthy, especially for the liver. Herbal teas are a huge world- you can play around a lot with blends very cheaply and they're nice background players for health. With teas just be sure to brew loose leaf since you mentioned aversion to plastic; non-bagged teas tend to be higher quality anyway, and more pleasant to drink.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      There are plenty of others (look into: beet, natto, caper, turmeric, ginger, yerba mate, shiitake...) but you don't need all of this stuff to be healthy. Avoiding processed foods matters way more than what specifically you do eat. You've probably noticed that grocery stores are full of foods that purport to be healthy, and that most of those foods really aren't at all. You need to be prepared to make most or all of your meals by hand. A lot of my suggestions are for things that take minimal effort to make and are relatively cheap; it's important that you can actually make and enjoy eating this stuff so you stick with it, instead of falling for grifts.
      If these meals work out to be a little bland, consider Tabasco as a surprisingly clean tool that puts some life into a dish for cheap; there are probably better hot sauces but among the popular ones (here in the US) T is notable for its clean ingredients. It stars capsaicin and vinegar and both of those are generally good for ya.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    my local butcher puts my beef into plastic bags
    you're a gay homogay op

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    more important what you avoid than what you eat
    avoid rapeseed oil products

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    1 stick of butter per day.

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