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Old 09-04-2007, 02:40 PM   #1
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I was interested in starting an organic bodybuilding diet. Are there any others doing this? Have you been successful?
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Old 09-04-2007, 06:21 PM   #2
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Can you give us an example of an organic bodybuilding diet ?
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Old 09-05-2007, 12:14 AM   #3
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Organic, as in like vegan????
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Well I guess its gonna be a half ass organic diet. $3.50 a dozen for organic eggs, screw that. Thats over 100 bucks a month just for part of my breakfast.
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A bodybuilding diet can be pretty expensive as is depending on how much you eat and what (especially meat).

Organic foods are ridiculously priced in my opinion and I just don't see the big benefits of organic compared to regular foods, especially if you are eating for size.
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A bodybuilding diet can be pretty expensive as is depending on how much you eat and what (especially meat).

Organic foods are ridiculously priced in my opinion and I just don't see the big benefits of organic compared to regular foods, especially if you are eating for size.
^^yeah that.

I live in the capital of organic foods. It's everywhere. And I don't buy a single thing that's labeled 'organic'. My grocery bills are high enough as it is, I'm not about to shell out up to three or four times more money just because it *supposedly* hasn't had any pesticides or hormones used on it.

Now, if I buy some chicken breasts that end up looking like they've come from Chernobyl, I just switch brands.
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I agree. My grocery bill is high enough as it is. Switching over to an "organic" diet would more than double my bill. I don't think so!!!

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Personally I like the idea that my foods are inhanced with aas.
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