April 13th, 2014
healthy-andfit:


healthy-andfit:
5 Reasons Your Workout Isn’t Working
1. Your workout routine is making you eat too much - Think your 45-minute morning run was enough to burn off that slice of chocolate cake on the dessert menu? Consider this: the average, 140-pound woman burns about 476 calories (at a 10-minute mile pace) running for 45 minutes. The average restaurant dessert clocks in around 1,200 calories (or more), so even if you only eat half of a slice, you’d still easily eat away your run—and then some—in less than 10 minutes.
2. Your workout completely wipes you out - That 5:00am killer boot camp class seemed like a great way to get in shape, so why aren’t the pounds dropping off? If your workout leaves you feeling completely drained, exhausted, sore, and just wanting to lie on the couch for the rest of the day, it could be doing more harm than good, says Alex Figueroa, a personal trainer and fitness instructor at the Sports Club/LA in Boston, MA. While your workouts should be challenging, pushing your body too hard can have the opposite affect on your body. Over training can cause everything from sugar cravings, a weakened immune system, and insomnia—all of which could contribute to weight gain.
3. Your workout burns fewer calories than you think - Feeling pretty righteous when the treadmill says you’ve torched 800 calories? Not so fast, cautions Olson. An unusually high calorie burn reading is rare, Olson says, and most machines overestimate readings by as much as 30 percent.
4. Your workout’s not balanced - Doing only cardio workouts or the same strength workout over and over means you are sacrificing the opportunity to build lean muscle mass and challenge your body in new ways (translation: burn more calories doing something new), and you may plateau because of it.
5. Your workout is totally stale - Doing the same workout routine over and over means your body doesn’t have to work as hard to perform it after a few weeks. “We ‘learn’ how to do any activity and movements,” Olson says. “The more ‘learned’ we are, the easier the activity is to our bodies, which means you will actually burn fewer calories than you did when the activity or your routine was new to you.”
Read the solutions at the source!

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healthy-andfit:

healthy-andfit:

5 Reasons Your Workout Isn’t Working

1. Your workout routine is making you eat too much - Think your 45-minute morning run was enough to burn off that slice of chocolate cake on the dessert menu? Consider this: the average, 140-pound woman burns about 476 calories (at a 10-minute mile pace) running for 45 minutes. The average restaurant dessert clocks in around 1,200 calories (or more), so even if you only eat half of a slice, you’d still easily eat away your run—and then some—in less than 10 minutes.

2. Your workout completely wipes you out - That 5:00am killer boot camp class seemed like a great way to get in shape, so why aren’t the pounds dropping off? If your workout leaves you feeling completely drained, exhausted, sore, and just wanting to lie on the couch for the rest of the day, it could be doing more harm than good, says Alex Figueroa, a personal trainer and fitness instructor at the Sports Club/LA in Boston, MA. While your workouts should be challenging, pushing your body too hard can have the opposite affect on your body. Over training can cause everything from sugar cravings, a weakened immune system, and insomnia—all of which could contribute to weight gain.

3. Your workout burns fewer calories than you think - Feeling pretty righteous when the treadmill says you’ve torched 800 calories? Not so fast, cautions Olson. An unusually high calorie burn reading is rare, Olson says, and most machines overestimate readings by as much as 30 percent.

4. Your workout’s not balanced - Doing only cardio workouts or the same strength workout over and over means you are sacrificing the opportunity to build lean muscle mass and challenge your body in new ways (translation: burn more calories doing something new), and you may plateau because of it.

5. Your workout is totally stale - Doing the same workout routine over and over means your body doesn’t have to work as hard to perform it after a few weeks. “We ‘learn’ how to do any activity and movements,” Olson says. “The more ‘learned’ we are, the easier the activity is to our bodies, which means you will actually burn fewer calories than you did when the activity or your routine was new to you.”

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April 12th, 2014
male-fitness-motivation:

so if you ever find that burpees are too easy…….

male-fitness-motivation:

so if you ever find that burpees are too easy…….

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my-goal-is-a-hot-butt:

gymra:

9 moves to better butt. Do each one for 30-60 seconds. 

Start your free month, cancel anytime. http://www.gymra.com/free-trial#.UpwFQJHDlBU

Fitness blog! x

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the-exercist:

Frog Squat Jumps

The explosive power and wide stance of this amphibian-inspired exercise work your glutes, quads, hamstrings, and inner thighs while getting your heart rate up to torch calories. Stand tall, with your feet a little wider than hip-width and your feet slightly turned out (A). Squat down and place your hands on the ground between your legs, keeping your chest and chin up(B). Spring off your bent legs, throwing your arms into the air so your body is fully extended at the top of the jump (C). Bring your arms back down as you land in the frog squat position. Do 10 reps.

the-exercist:

Frog Squat Jumps

The explosive power and wide stance of this amphibian-inspired exercise work your glutes, quads, hamstrings, and inner thighs while getting your heart rate up to torch calories. Stand tall, with your feet a little wider than hip-width and your feet slightly turned out (A). Squat down and place your hands on the ground between your legs, keeping your chest and chin up(B). Spring off your bent legs, throwing your arms into the air so your body is fully extended at the top of the jump (C). Bring your arms back down as you land in the frog squat position. Do 10 reps.

(Source: womenshealthmag.com)

April 11th, 2014
got2startsomewhere:

gwenlightened:

I love this!

It may just be my grumpy mood, but this really annoys me. Yes, diet can do a lot for a lot of issues but sometimes medication is necessary. And to imply that people who choose/need to medicate are “just covering up the symptoms” or doing it wrong or something is bullshit. How about we support everyone working towards a better self and quit with being judgmental. 

got2startsomewhere:

gwenlightened:

I love this!

It may just be my grumpy mood, but this really annoys me. Yes, diet can do a lot for a lot of issues but sometimes medication is necessary. And to imply that people who choose/need to medicate are “just covering up the symptoms” or doing it wrong or something is bullshit. How about we support everyone working towards a better self and quit with being judgmental. 

(Source: beingfitandmotivated, via fitnessnotthinspo)


"I was very aware of the fact that I was showing my body. I was 195 pounds when I gave birth. I lost 65 pounds. I worked crazily to get my body back. I wanted to show that you can have a child and you can work hard and you can have your body back… You could have your child and you can still have fun and still be sexy and still have dreams and still live for yourself. I don’t have any shame about being sexual. I’m not embarrassed about it and I don’t feel like I have to protect that side of me."

"I was very aware of the fact that I was showing my body. I was 195 pounds when I gave birth. I lost 65 pounds. I worked crazily to get my body back. I wanted to show that you can have a child and you can work hard and you can have your body back… You could have your child and you can still have fun and still be sexy and still have dreams and still live for yourself. I don’t have any shame about being sexual. I’m not embarrassed about it and I don’t feel like I have to protect that side of me."

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April 10th, 2014

kissmyfat-goodbye:

fitnessgifs4u:

Extreme Ab Workout…CharlieJames1975 YouTube

This looks nuts, I’m going to do this tomorrow or Monday

(Source: fitnessgifs4u, via fitbeliever)

dt007:

clifbarunner:

spikes-and-singlets:

My love of working out often conflicts with my love of not moving

Most accurate thing I have read in my entire life.

ditto

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One of the most persistent myths in the entire panoply of conventional exercise wisdom is that squats below parallel are somehow bad for the knees. Better-informed professionals know better. Here are four reasons why.

(Source: andtheivy, via backonpointe)

April 9th, 2014
fitnessgifs4u:

Challenging core routine…VIDEO

fitnessgifs4u:

Challenging core routine…VIDEO

the-sexylosers-club:

the-sexylosers-club:

I’m a body positive blog. Follow my blog for inspirational/motivational photos and foodporn + lots of recipes. :)

I use at least one of these daily! 

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morethantheweight:

HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT YOGA MAT?! :
- by Laura Schwecherl on Greatist! 

Material. Most mats are made with a type of plastic called PVC, or polyvinyl chloride, which keeps slippage at a minimum and tends to be the most affordable. Alas, PVC is also considered a toxic plastic that’s difficult (and costly) to recycle. So for the environmentally conscious, go the green route when in tree pose and choose a material like recycled rubber, jute, cotton, oreven bamboo!

Thickness. The standard mat is 1/8 inches thick, offering support to the body, but still allowing the user to feel connected to the ground. Travel mats (a lighter weight option) are usually about 1/16 inch thick, making them a suitcase’s best friend. For those who want some extra cushion (whether sporting bad knees or always falling out of crow pose) a thicker mat — closer to 1/4 inch — may be the best bet.
Length. A typical yoga mat is 68 inches long, though they do make super-stretched mats for the Johnny Long Legs out there. (Don’t want those palms on the hard floor in down-dog!)
Stickiness. A sticky yoga mat is key to prevent slippin’ and sliding when making moves. (Now that’sa sticky situation.) PVC mats are usually super sticky, and some are even made with a fabric-like surface on top and a patterned bottom to help hands (and the mat itself) stay put. But many eco-friendly mats often add a raised texture to keep sliding at a minimum, too, or are made with naturally slip-resistant rubber. A yoga mat’s texture will also determine how much slippage occurs. PVC mats are naturally softer (extra-long savasana, anyone?), while other materials (like jute!) have a roughness to them.
Price. A no-frills, 1/8 inch thick PVC mat will often be cheapest option. The price tags increase when design, brand name, thickness, and eco-materials are part of the purchasing process. (Some mats come in at more than $100!) Just remember not to fall for the cheap stuff (that $10 mat maynot be the best choice). Investing in a reliable mat is important, but that savings account surely shouldn’t be sacrificed!
Test it out. If still unsure what mat is best for the body, no need to splurge right away. Go the “measure twice, cut once” route and test out some high-quality mats at various studios or do some research before buying.
Extra, Extra! It may be worth investing in a no-slip towel that lays right on top of the mat (especially for hot yoga!). Mats with straps and harnesses are also great to help make transportation a breeze. And definitely don’t forget to keep the mat clean, too. (Gross!) A good sign the mat needs a wipe-down is if it loses its stickiness or if that nose is not happy in child’s pose. Purchase some cleaning spray or go the DIY route for a squeaky-clean yoga experience.

morethantheweight:

HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT YOGA MAT?! :

by Laura Schwecherl on Greatist! 

  • Material. Most mats are made with a type of plastic called PVC, or polyvinyl chloride, which keeps slippage at a minimum and tends to be the most affordable. Alas, PVC is also considered a toxic plastic that’s difficult (and costly) to recycle. So for the environmentally conscious, go the green route when in tree pose and choose a material like recycled rubber, jute, cotton, oreven bamboo!

  • Thickness. The standard mat is 1/8 inches thick, offering support to the body, but still allowing the user to feel connected to the ground. Travel mats (a lighter weight option) are usually about 1/16 inch thick, making them a suitcase’s best friend. For those who want some extra cushion (whether sporting bad knees or always falling out of crow pose) a thicker mat — closer to 1/4 inch — may be the best bet.
  • Length. A typical yoga mat is 68 inches long, though they do make super-stretched mats for the Johnny Long Legs out there. (Don’t want those palms on the hard floor in down-dog!)
  • Stickiness. A sticky yoga mat is key to prevent slippin’ and sliding when making moves. (Now that’sa sticky situation.) PVC mats are usually super sticky, and some are even made with a fabric-like surface on top and a patterned bottom to help hands (and the mat itself) stay put. But many eco-friendly mats often add a raised texture to keep sliding at a minimum, too, or are made with naturally slip-resistant rubber. A yoga mat’s texture will also determine how much slippage occurs. PVC mats are naturally softer (extra-long savasana, anyone?), while other materials (like jute!) have a roughness to them.
  • Price. A no-frills, 1/8 inch thick PVC mat will often be cheapest option. The price tags increase when design, brand name, thickness, and eco-materials are part of the purchasing process. (Some mats come in at more than $100!) Just remember not to fall for the cheap stuff (that $10 mat maynot be the best choice). Investing in a reliable mat is important, but that savings account surely shouldn’t be sacrificed!
  • Test it out. If still unsure what mat is best for the body, no need to splurge right away. Go the “measure twice, cut once” route and test out some high-quality mats at various studios or do some research before buying.
  • Extra, Extra! It may be worth investing in a no-slip towel that lays right on top of the mat (especially for hot yoga!). Mats with straps and harnesses are also great to help make transportation a breeze. And definitely don’t forget to keep the mat clean, too. (Gross!) A good sign the mat needs a wipe-down is if it loses its stickiness or if that nose is not happy in child’s pose. Purchase some cleaning spray or go the DIY route for a squeaky-clean yoga experience.

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piecesinprogress:

Quinoa is not only a protein laden superfood, it’s also gluten free! As a seed, quinoa packs a nutritional punch but without the gluten making it a fantastic choice for others like me who need a gluten free diet. It’s  a snap to make and so versitle, these are just a few ways I like to use it!

 

Ps– for super fluffy quinoa, I like to add an extra 1/4 cup water for every 1 cup dry quinoa (so that’s 2.25 cups water total) and a dash of salt and olive oil to the pot!

 

For more healthy gluten free recipes go here! :)

 

April 8th, 2014
girlgrowingsmall:

likeclockworkcircles:

lil-lady-kate:

Amazingly, lots of people still believe that they are ”omnivores”, despite the fact that there are no scientific facts to support these claims, and this wrong classification is based on ”dietary habits” or ”observations” that humans generally eat a wide variety of plant and animal foods, not on anatomical design. Truth is, humans have nothing in common with true meat eaters.”True carnivores (and omnivores) salivate about the idea of eating whole prey animals when they see them. Humans do not. We’re interested in eating the body parts only because they’ve been removed from the original animal and processed, and because we grew up eating them, making it seem perfectly normal. It’s amazing how much of a disconnect we’ve been able to learn about the difference between animals and food. As GoVeg puts it:While carnivores take pleasure in killing animals and eating their raw flesh, any human who killed an animal with his or her bare hands and dug into the raw corpse would be considered deranged. Carnivorous animals are aroused by the scent of blood and the thrill of the chase. Most humans, on the other hand, are revolted by the sight of raw flesh and cannot tolerate hearing the screams of animals being ripped apart and killed. The bloody reality of eating animals is innately repulsive to us, more proof that we were not designed to eat meat.Ask yourself: When you see dead animals on the side of the road, are you tempted to stop for a snack? Does the sight of a dead bird make you salivate? Do you daydream about killing cows with your bare hands and eating them raw? If you answered “no” to all of these questions, congratulations—you’re a normal human herbivore—like it or not. Humans were simply not designed to eat meat. Humans lack both the physical characteristics of carnivores and the instinct that drives them to kill animals and devour their raw carcasses.http://michaelbluejay.com/veg/natural.html

Ok, for one?
Of fucking course we don’t share anything in common with “true meat eaters”. Are you blind? It’s because we’re not meat eaters. We’re fucking OMNIVORES.
Herbivores =/= Omnivores =/= Carnivores.
Each fucking subset has evolved differently from the rest and has evolutionary sets that fit their diet and their diet specifically. So while we don’t resemble “true meat eaters” because we were never Carnivores in the first place, we also don’t resemble “true Herbivores” either because we evolved past that. Want to know what we DO resemble though? OTHER FUCKING OMNIVORES.
Second: Actually, humans never ate raw meat in the first place and anyone who says so is a fucking idiot because archaeology has already disproven this. And if we did, it was for a VERY short period and not long enough to fuck with our evolution.
Fun fucking fact: The introduction of meat to our diet directly corresponds anthropologically with THE INVENTION OF COOKING AND ADDITION OF IT TO OUR LIFESTYLE. Therefore while we evolved to be Omnivores and eat meat as a small part of our diet, we never evolved to eat RAW meat.
Third? Jesus fucking Christ. We are not evolutionarily equipped to go out and catch prey with our bare hands.
Why? Because, again, WE DID NOT EVOLVE TO DO THAT.
So instead of needing to evolve the capability to run at fast speeds, long claws capable of rending flesh, and have a mouth full of 20 something sharp as fuck teeth? We developed tools. We developed cooking. We developed group hunting techniques. And since we’re still. Fucking. Here today instead of dying out like evolutionary failures are prone to doing? I’d say its worked out for us in the end pretty fucking well in the end so far.
We have a much higher brain capacity. We don’t NEED to and never did because we are more intelligent, have opposable thumbs and were capable of developing things to aid us before these things were evolutionarily required of us. We were, literally, never meant to or were in an evolutionary position that required us to catch our living prey like Carnivores did.
HUMANS HAVE BASICALLY BEEN ONE LONG STRAIN OF “FUCK EVOLUTION”.
Lastly I just want to touch on this ridiculous thing someone wrote on this post at some point: “Obv. I never said they didn’t. They even evolved to consume milk, well most have. But that doesn’t mean it was physically intended for our bodies originally. That’s the point of this whole post. Not what we’ve “evolved” to do but what our bodies and minds are hard wired for FROM THE VERY BEGINNING TO NOW. And it’s mostly about the mental state it would take that 90% of people don’t have”.
Like… Are you kidding? Please tell me you are fucking kidding. Do you know how evolution works in terms of diet? Food source becomes scarce while another becomes plentiful, species adapts to eat said food source… Or it dies. What we were not originally designer to eat CHANGES as new food sources evolve, and as we are required to adapt and evolve. The more food you adapt and evolve to eat, the more likely your species is to continue surviving as food sources come in and out of availability.
Literally. Diet depends on fucking evolution and evolution is widely dependent on diet in some circumstances. You cannot fucking remove them and separate them and pretend one isn’t necessary to have this fucking discussion. You cannot take a fucking issue about diet, claim we’re something we’re not, and completely erase the evolutionary portion of the fucking argument because IT IS A REQUIRED PORTION.
YOU ARE LITERALLY ATTEMPTING TO ERASE CONTEXT FROM A SITUATION THAT 100% REQUIRES. THE FUCKING. CONTEXT. OF EVOLUTION.
DO YOU FUCKERS EVEN KNOW HOW TO FUCKING SCIENCE?!
Yes, there very much is plenty of scientific evidence that Omnivore is a classification of diet. So is Fruitivore, Insectivore, Carnivore, Herbavore, and several other classifications.
The Omnivore dietary classification is seriously defined as an animal whose diet and lifestyle relies on obtaining protein and energy from both plant and animal sources- which may also include animal byproducts such as eggs and dairy, or things like insects, fungi and algae.
New flash: Humans are not the only fucking Omnivores and the classification is not based solely on the dietary needs of HUMANS, but the observation of SEVERAL OTHER ANIMALS.
Corvids are Omnivores.
Bears (save for a few species) are Omnivores.
Pigs are fucking Omnivores.
Badgers are Omnivores.
Foxes (some species) are Omnivores.
Chickens are fucking Omnivoers.
Here’s a nice fucking worksheet for you, and another one, and oh LOOK ANOTHER ONE.
Your science is fucking bunk.
Get the fuck out.

I totally thought this post was about how silly “raw diets” are. Then I was pissed off at the anti-meat bullshit. But then the reply to that crap… the science… the facts… it’s so beautiful.

girlgrowingsmall:

likeclockworkcircles:

lil-lady-kate:

Amazingly, lots of people still believe that they are ”omnivores”, despite the fact that there are no scientific facts to support these claims, and this wrong classification is based on ”dietary habits” or ”observations” that humans generally eat a wide variety of plant and animal foods, not on anatomical design. Truth is, humans have nothing in common with true meat eaters.

”True carnivores (and omnivores) salivate about the idea of eating whole prey animals when they see them. Humans do not. We’re interested in eating the body parts only because they’ve been removed from the original animal and processed, and because we grew up eating them, making it seem perfectly normal. It’s amazing how much of a disconnect we’ve been able to learn about the difference between animals and food. As GoVeg puts it:

While carnivores take pleasure in killing animals and eating their raw flesh, any human who killed an animal with his or her bare hands and dug into the raw corpse would be considered deranged. Carnivorous animals are aroused by the scent of blood and the thrill of the chase. Most humans, on the other hand, are revolted by the sight of raw flesh and cannot tolerate hearing the screams of animals being ripped apart and killed. The bloody reality of eating animals is innately repulsive to us, more proof that we were not designed to eat meat.

Ask yourself: When you see dead animals on the side of the road, are you tempted to stop for a snack? Does the sight of a dead bird make you salivate? Do you daydream about killing cows with your bare hands and eating them raw? If you answered “no” to all of these questions, congratulations—you’re a normal human herbivore—like it or not. Humans were simply not designed to eat meat. Humans lack both the physical characteristics of carnivores and the instinct that drives them to kill animals and devour their raw carcasses.

http://michaelbluejay.com/veg/natural.html

Ok, for one?

Of fucking course we don’t share anything in common with “true meat eaters”. Are you blind? It’s because we’re not meat eaters. We’re fucking OMNIVORES.

Herbivores =/= Omnivores =/= Carnivores.

Each fucking subset has evolved differently from the rest and has evolutionary sets that fit their diet and their diet specifically. So while we don’t resemble “true meat eaters” because we were never Carnivores in the first place, we also don’t resemble “true Herbivores” either because we evolved past that. Want to know what we DO resemble though? OTHER FUCKING OMNIVORES.

Second: Actually, humans never ate raw meat in the first place and anyone who says so is a fucking idiot because archaeology has already disproven this. And if we did, it was for a VERY short period and not long enough to fuck with our evolution.

Fun fucking fact: The introduction of meat to our diet directly corresponds anthropologically with THE INVENTION OF COOKING AND ADDITION OF IT TO OUR LIFESTYLE. Therefore while we evolved to be Omnivores and eat meat as a small part of our diet, we never evolved to eat RAW meat.

Third? Jesus fucking Christ. We are not evolutionarily equipped to go out and catch prey with our bare hands.

Why? Because, again, WE DID NOT EVOLVE TO DO THAT.

So instead of needing to evolve the capability to run at fast speeds, long claws capable of rending flesh, and have a mouth full of 20 something sharp as fuck teeth? We developed tools. We developed cooking. We developed group hunting techniques. And since we’re still. Fucking. Here today instead of dying out like evolutionary failures are prone to doing? I’d say its worked out for us in the end pretty fucking well in the end so far.

We have a much higher brain capacity. We don’t NEED to and never did because we are more intelligent, have opposable thumbs and were capable of developing things to aid us before these things were evolutionarily required of us. We were, literally, never meant to or were in an evolutionary position that required us to catch our living prey like Carnivores did.

HUMANS HAVE BASICALLY BEEN ONE LONG STRAIN OF “FUCK EVOLUTION”.

Lastly I just want to touch on this ridiculous thing someone wrote on this post at some point: Obv. I never said they didn’t. They even evolved to consume milk, well most have. But that doesn’t mean it was physically intended for our bodies originally. That’s the point of this whole post. Not what we’ve “evolved” to do but what our bodies and minds are hard wired for FROM THE VERY BEGINNING TO NOW. And it’s mostly about the mental state it would take that 90% of people don’t have”.

Like… Are you kidding? Please tell me you are fucking kidding. Do you know how evolution works in terms of diet? Food source becomes scarce while another becomes plentiful, species adapts to eat said food source… Or it dies. What we were not originally designer to eat CHANGES as new food sources evolve, and as we are required to adapt and evolve. The more food you adapt and evolve to eat, the more likely your species is to continue surviving as food sources come in and out of availability.

Literally. Diet depends on fucking evolution and evolution is widely dependent on diet in some circumstances. You cannot fucking remove them and separate them and pretend one isn’t necessary to have this fucking discussion. You cannot take a fucking issue about diet, claim we’re something we’re not, and completely erase the evolutionary portion of the fucking argument because IT IS A REQUIRED PORTION.

YOU ARE LITERALLY ATTEMPTING TO ERASE CONTEXT FROM A SITUATION THAT 100% REQUIRES. THE FUCKING. CONTEXT. OF EVOLUTION.

DO YOU FUCKERS EVEN KNOW HOW TO FUCKING SCIENCE?!

Yes, there very much is plenty of scientific evidence that Omnivore is a classification of diet. So is Fruitivore, Insectivore, Carnivore, Herbavore, and several other classifications.

The Omnivore dietary classification is seriously defined as an animal whose diet and lifestyle relies on obtaining protein and energy from both plant and animal sources- which may also include animal byproducts such as eggs and dairy, or things like insects, fungi and algae.

New flash: Humans are not the only fucking Omnivores and the classification is not based solely on the dietary needs of HUMANS, but the observation of SEVERAL OTHER ANIMALS.

  • Corvids are Omnivores.
  • Bears (save for a few species) are Omnivores.
  • Pigs are fucking Omnivores.
  • Badgers are Omnivores.
  • Foxes (some species) are Omnivores.
  • Chickens are fucking Omnivoers.

Here’s a nice fucking worksheet for youand another one, and oh LOOK ANOTHER ONE.

Your science is fucking bunk.

Get the fuck out.

I totally thought this post was about how silly “raw diets” are. Then I was pissed off at the anti-meat bullshit. But then the reply to that crap… the science… the facts… it’s so beautiful.

image

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