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  • 315 is a pretty good squat (by average joe...

    315 is a pretty good squat (by average joe standard, not powerlifter), assuming that's for reps and going at least to parallel. Your other lifts are on the low side. Which is why I and others are...
  • I should've been more specific when I said "what...

    I should've been more specific when I said "what your lifts are". What I meant was, what are squat/bench/dead'ing for 4-6 reps? That should give us an idea of how much muscle you might have.
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    Onion and garlic powder are good with just about...

    Onion and garlic powder are good with just about everything. I use them almost universally, regardless of the type of cuisine.

    For Euro-centric flavors, add oregano, thyme (esp with beef), and/or...
  • Yeah . . . No. That's super fast. 1 lb/week would...

    Yeah . . . No. That's super fast. 1 lb/week would be an outlier itself but maybe possible. No way you are gaining 2 pounds/week, that is freak level.

    Maybe briefly list a typical day of eating...
  • I'm no chemistry major, but it kinda makes sense....

    I'm no chemistry major, but it kinda makes sense. Both Nitrogen and proteins are Nitrogen molecules. Therefore if you eat excess protein, your body will excrete it somehow. Hence the ammonia breath. ...
  • Agreed and agreed. You can still pick up on Paleo...

    Agreed and agreed. You can still pick up on Paleo dogma in his statements, regardless of how sound they are (or not). What I found false was when he said that legumes have low nutrient density, and...
  • Haha for sure. In fairness, I'm not sure how you...

    Haha for sure. In fairness, I'm not sure how you could go about estimating the number of animals killed in defense of fruits and veggies. Even if you were to poll farmers and extrapolate out, I don't...
  • There is some truth to Kresser's statement...

    There is some truth to Kresser's statement regarding deaths to animals in vegetable/grain/fruit production. 7.5 billion would not surprise me. Vertebrate (non-insect animal) pests are arguably bigger...
  • Micronutrients are often confused with...

    Micronutrients are often confused with phytonutrients. Micronutrients are elemental (calcium, zinc, etc) and phytonutrients have names that most have never heard of.

    Berries, cruciferous veggies,...
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    My first thought as well. That was the squat form...

    My first thought as well. That was the squat form I was taught when I started lifting, and I always hated squatting and was never able to stick with it. My freshmen football coach taught me to look...
  • Going off of what you posted, and without seeing...

    Going off of what you posted, and without seeing you in person/video, this sounds like a mobility issue. Maybe do ATG bodyweight or lightweight below parallel squats every other workout?
  • Yes, and it was a core component of the...

    Yes, and it was a core component of the bulletproof coffee craze. Lose weight with 500 calories of oil in your coffee every morning. Seems legit.

    Joking aside, wasn't there actually some sort of...
  • Grass fed beef is visibly darker in color and...

    Grass fed beef is visibly darker in color and leaner, which also speaks to its nutrient profile.

    As for organic certification, whether grass fed or not, there are steep fines for falsifying...
  • Thanks. Makes sense.

    Thanks. Makes sense.
  • Not all animals are raised that way. Beef cows...

    Not all animals are raised that way. Beef cows actually spend the first 2/3s of their life at pasture, then go to feed lots towards the end of their lifecycle to fatten up. I am not sure about dairy...
  • That makes sense. Probably a lot of conflation...

    That makes sense. Probably a lot of conflation with inflammation, intolerance and allergies. I've always felt that the keto/paleo crowd unfairly threw legumes under the bus because of "inflammation",...
  • "Seem" would've been a better word. I know that I...

    "Seem" would've been a better word. I know that I carry 1-2 extra pounds of water weight the day after eating wheat-based carbs the day before, versus eating similar amounts of carbs from other...
  • Ok, which is why I said this in my post: "Seems...

    Ok, which is why I said this in my post: "Seems that the biggest culprits for inflammation from animal products would be from dairy". I was also talking about eggs when I said dairy, even though that...
  • Fair point, therefore refined grains and sugars...

    Fair point, therefore refined grains and sugars may be bigger culprits and worth distinguishing?

    My overall point is that there seems to be more inflammation and food intolerances (which may or...
  • Good point, which could go either way I guess.

    Good point, which could go either way I guess.
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