Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by D 1 Wrestler, Apr 22, 2021.
Most health problems can be helped greatly or eliminated by dietary changes.
If your doctor says otherwise, you need to find a new doctor. Good for Chad. Meat is medicine.
Conor fans grasping at any opportunity to troll
Trigger warning dude
Health issues often give the perfect opportunity to juice
He should’ve just allowed the disease to take over like Scott Jorgensen. Crocodile Mendes could’ve been a force.
Chad was on the krokodil diet
Chad Mendes with lizard skin > motivated BJ Penn
So what proof is there that eating more meat made his psoriasis go away?
No one doubted he had psoriasis. What we doubted was him using his skin issue to cover for his cheating. Dudes been on sauce for years and you could see it in his build.
Theres been rumors for years that alot of the manlets at Team Alpha male where on stuff. TJ started using EPO there as well too...
What proof is there that it didn't? His doctor saying "This diet has no affect" while nothing has changed in Chad's life besides the diet is grossly incompetent
that looks fucking disgusting
Chad channeling his inner Dillasnake by shedding the skins of his legs.
Well according to him anyway. Maybe it was due to something else but it did go away at the end of the day.
I don't think there's really a good scientific understanding of how to cure psoriasis. My cousin has struggled with it for his entire life getting a million different perscripyion creams and none has really worked.
Why the hell is he on the Carnivore diet?
That’s stupid. His colon will not thank him.
Where will he get fiber?
1. Half of what all those MMA camps do is provide access to better quality PEDs and a certain amount of expertise in usage and in avoiding detection.
2. Corticosteroids are what are usually used to combat psoriasis an similar conditions. I don't think they are even banned, because besides long term pain relief I don't think they'd affect performance much. Are anabolic steroids used for psoriasis or is Mendes merely hoping to confuse people by conflating corticosteroids with anabolic steroids?
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