First 3 Day

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Submitted By fredyaga
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Ferdi M. Agaliyev
Men’s Health 208
David Caldwell

First three day’s I was starving by the food choices I made on my nutrient list, I even made some changes on my list on a second day, but I was still starving. After third day it become simple for me to follow my list. I realized that if I kept myself busy I won’t be starving, and I kept myself busy by playing soccer on my free times and that makes me drink a lot of water which also keeps me away from starving.
‘’ we are what we eat’’ is an old expression people used back in time, but I think that it is more accurate to say “we are what we absorb”. In my opinion it does not matter what we eat, it matters how we eat it. For example, if I eat fast food from McDonalds every day, I don’t think that I will get fat because I won’t eat a lot to get my stomach full, but I will eat enough so that my stomach won’t starve.
I like to eat my food slowly and mindfully because I want to enjoy my food and I think that it is the way to eat healthy. Some factors affect the way I eat for example, skipping breakfast. When I skip breakfast my stomach starves and when my stomach starves I eat more than I suppose to on my lunch time. I don’t really care about the nutrients when I am starving.
My opinion about organic food that it is the real food than nonorganic. When I eat organic food, it taste better than GMO’s because I think that when they grow foods with some chemicals it ruins the taste. Organic foods are the healthiest food in this world comparing to any other food however when we compare the prices organic foods are way more expensive than nonorganic food. To me, nonorganic food are the same as junk food.
I actually knew some of them but the other ones surprised me like apples, peach, strawberry, and even grapes. If they were organic fruits, they wouldn’t be dirty dozen. In my opinion I thought apple was a healthy…...

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