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Old 01-24-2019, 10:17 PM
 
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okay, so we have narrowed it down to eating on the road for someone who doesnt prepare for his upcoming meals/snacks.

so he is grabbing some muffins and biscuits. now, in this circumstance where we are trying to replace muffins and biscuits with theoretical healthier options, what are the healthier alternatives that are more expensive? it seems to me that its more about limited options for that type of eating period than there are even expensive options.

also, for an overweight person; just reducing calorie intake is the most important thing. people want to believe that they can throw in some vegetables and those vegetables are going to make them healthier. thats not really accurate. he could be perfectly healthy if he just ate smaller portions of biscuits and crackers.
No one is discussing overweight folks here. We both are very fit and probably exercise more than most people. No need for a nutrition discussion, I assure you. We are both quite knowledgeable on that topic. He's a mountain bike racer - he burns through a lot of calories. No issues with that at all.

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