Red Meat

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by Neuro, Sep 27, 2010.

  1. Neuro

    Neuro Purple Belt

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    Meaning beef, as well as ham and pork, bologna, etc.-- but mainly red meat:

    How often do you eat it, per week, and for what purpose? I've been eating more lately trying to bulk a bit, I was wondering what the benefits and detriments are.

    I'm less frequently on this forum, so I apologize if this is a repeat post-- but I searched and didn't find any.

    All responses appreciated. Thanks bros
     
  2. Tosa

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    You know, maybe it's just me, but don't you think this topic would be more suited to a forum called Diet / Supplement, than Strength & Conditioning? Or maybe I'm crazy.
     
  3. PowerHungry

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    Eggs are not dairy products... A peanut is also not a vegetable.
     
  5. vision1

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    lol at people who think eggs are dairy

    ^^^He's joshing
     
  6. Tosa

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    Iirc, this isn't the first time you've called eggs a dairy product either. Here's a quick test, does it come out of an animal's nipples, or is it made out of something that comes out of an animals nipples? If yes, it's dairy, if no, it's not dairy.

    And, animals that lay eggs don't even have nipples...except for maybe something weird, like a duck billed platypus...I'd have to look that one up.
     
  7. Neuro

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    haha you're totally right, I opened two tabs, strength & conditioning and the Diet/ Supplement, and I just accidentally posted here-- my bad.
     
  8. TwoFour Lowkick

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    My favorite red meat? Ostrich. 40% of the fat of beef. Just as much protein, more iron.
     
  9. scoopj

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    I grilled some lamb steaks last night. Mmmmm.
     
  10. VoodooPlata

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    I loves me some red meat.
     
  11. DrBdan

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    The platypus doesn't have nipples, it has glands.

    [​IMG]
     
  12. PowerHungry

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    The first time was a brainfart. This time was a joke.
     
  13. miaou

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    You mean eggs don't come out of an animals' nipples??
     
  14. James Fuller

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    Why are you guys arguing about eggs when TS listed pork as a red meat...oh wait, it is a red meat nutritionally? But not gastronomically? What the fuck does that mean? I am fucking confused someone help me out

    Answered the nutrional part, quoted below but whats gastronomy's def?

     
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    red meat = mammal

    i prefer birds & fish
     
  16. scoopj

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    I had the same initial thought, but he actually said...

    "Meaning beef, as well as ham and pork, bologna, etc.-- but mainly red meat"

    So he didn't call ham and pork red meat, he called beef red meat. The wording made it confusing.

    The egg/dairy thing is a bigger pet peeve for me anyhow.
     
  17. Tosa

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    No, but now I got an "awesome" mental image.
     
  18. pliftkl

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    On average probably 4 times per day for me. My other meat servings are generally fish.

    I'm doing this because:

    (A) dead animals are tasty
    (B) eating dead animals after lifting heavy things makes me big and strong


    The benefits are pretty obvious - protein and fat are essential to building muscle.

    Detriments? Take your pick of marginal scientific studies that may (or may not) indicate cholesterol problems that may (or may not) cause increased risk for heart disease and other studies that indicate possible (or maybe not) connections with colon cancer.
     
  19. Goat Meal

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    I eat it about 5 times a week.
     
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    I usually consume it every other day along with some veggies, good shit
     

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