SwampNut Posted March 3 Share Posted March 3 One of the reasons we have limited data on how nutrition affects people is that it would be unethical to purposely put people on a shitty diet to see how they do. Most Americans are on a shitty diet by their own choice, so we do have some data, but it's hard to get people to simply change their diet and keep it up for a long time, thus building comparative data. Left to her own choices, Moriah mostly eats trash, maybe even more than most people. I carefully did a couple months of very regularly providing real food for us, no dairy, mostly no salt or oil, etc. She commented that she thought she felt better, and certainly had less bowel issues. Ok, so then I took it away. I didn't really cook much for a while, and/or I cooked trashier stuff. A couple days ago she asked if we had any Purple Carrot deliveries coming soon (I paused them, they are healthy pre-portion ingredients for specific meals). I said no and she was disappointed. Most Fridays, I cook a good healthy dinner for a group of friends and neighbors. I'd also skipped this last week and had been traveling the Fridays before. Today I told her we were doing our usual, and she said, "Thank god, I need real food again. Why haven't you been cooking? I've been eating trash, and I feel shitty." I hope to get published and peer reviewed soon. Or tried for violating the Geneva Convention on human experiments. Or both. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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