What sort of fitness/sport/training do you like?
loveliberate wrote:Spam taint vegan!
You may wonder does this mean that someone should not eat any non-plant foods such as meat, eggs or dairy? No, I am not saying you must be a strict vegan. I eat all of these foods occasionally myself.
The PhytoAthlete wrote:But if the owner of this forum feels I should not be here, please let me know and I will move alone.
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The PhytoAthlete wrote:Yes, it is true. I eat meat in the form of fish/shrimp maybe 4 times a year. I will eat dairy in the form of ice cream as a dessert maybe 5 times a year. I eat eggs maybe 2 times a year if I go to a restaurant for breakfast and don't care for the other unhealthy options available.
But if you read the rest of what I said in the link you provided. I clearly state that these items should be very limited in your diet, by limited I mean no more than what I am eating that I referrenced above.
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