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Old 06-28-2013, 04:54 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by SeventySeven View Post
What it is: An excuse to eat whatever you like.

What it should be: a flexible approach to counting food, where fibre and micros are also accounted for. Where moderated consumption of non whole foods is promoted for mental health and the prevention of an eating disorder.
I'd prefer to word it more like
"What people think IIFYM is
What IIFYM actually means"

But that's just nitpicking a bit. I agree that a large group of people claims to follow IIFYM yet doesn't know what it's actually about!

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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
I have no issue with balance, but let it be known that one day you will wake up, eat a Pop-tart, get the shits, and wake up the next day with a food hangover. Even if you lived a life of health and fitness. At least that was the case for me.
Steve, do we even want to know what happened after that 9k calorie video you made?
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