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Why is making a good diet so hard?


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Why is making a good diet so hard?

paulk2 | Jun 1, 2014 04:22 PM

I'm trying to create a good diet for myself but finding it incredibly hard. I just want to know what to eat every day. I'm disciplined enough to do it. The question is, why is it so hard to find out what the best foods to eat are? How can humanity not have come up with a common meal plan that people can follow? I don't understand why it has to be so difficult to find out what to eat. All I'm looking for are specific meals laid out over the course of a week.

PCB content, purines, oxalates etc. All rule out a lot of foods. Why hasn't a good diet been laid out? I should be able to open a book and get a list of good foods/meals that are low in toxins but it seems like humanity is too retarded to do this.

In conclusion, has anyone got any good ideas/foods that I can look into more. At the moment my diet consists of

rice, broccoli, kidney beans, spinach, cauliflower
egg whites, salmon, mackerel, chicken, beef, turkey

Basically i just make meals around those food groups even though I've read some bad stuff on some of them. I just want a good food plan. Like I said, I have the discipline to stick to any diet, I would really just like to get a day by day meal plan mapped out so I can forget about food and free my mind up and know that my diet is handled.

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