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    By the way I'm interested to know why omega three is absorbed better when eating fish. i'm not saying that it isn't true, just interested.

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    Man screw all the healthy crap! I'm 38 years old, eat fast food 4 or more days a week sometimes twice a day, have Lance Toastchee crackers and a Coke for breakfast 7 days a week and am still level 5 on Blue Cross Blue Shields fitness ranking for my company (goes from 1-5 and I actually get money back from the company for level 4 or 5). My cholesterol is 172, resting heart rate is 51, body fat is 8% and I can run a mile in under 5 minuets without being winded. I drink a glass of milk every night before bed and have never broken a bone other than a toe. I have maintained this fitness level for the last decade with out working out other than 3-4 days of Taekwondo class a week, surfing a few times a month and playing golf a few times a month also (but riding in a cart) so probably does not count. Not saying that all people can do this but I do eat in moderation and pretty much do not eat sweets or deserts but do love fatty southern foods. If taking vitamins, fish oil and other stuff helps you keep it up but for me I'm happy with my diet and lifestyle. I should mention I have not drank alcohol in the last 10-12 years either other than maybe one beer a year at a wedding or such. Also I rarely if ever drink water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcarter View Post
    Man screw all the healthy crap! I'm 38 years old, eat fast food 4 or more days a week sometimes twice a day, have Lance Toastchee crackers and a Coke for breakfast 7 days a week and am still level 5 on Blue Cross Blue Shields fitness ranking for my company (goes from 1-5 and I actually get money back from the company for level 4 or 5). My cholesterol is 172, resting heart rate is 51, body fat is 8% and I can run a mile in under 5 minuets without being winded. I drink a glass of milk every night before bed and have never broken a bone other than a toe. I have maintained this fitness level for the last decade with out working out other than 3-4 days of Taekwondo class a week, surfing a few times a month and playing golf a few times a month also (but riding in a cart) so probably does not count. Not saying that all people can do this but I do eat in moderation and pretty much do not eat sweets or deserts but do love fatty southern foods. If taking vitamins, fish oil and other stuff helps you keep it up but for me I'm happy with my diet and lifestyle. I should mention I have not drank alcohol in the last 10-12 years either other than maybe one beer a year at a wedding or such. Also I rarely if ever drink water.
    Good stuff,

    I'm similar to you diet wise as I'm into fatty foods, don't drink alcohol and don't eat sugar apart from a very occasional bit of honey and a small amount of fruit. I don't eat wheat, do eat meat.

    I'm 52 and my resting heart rate is currently 66

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcarter View Post
    Man screw all the healthy crap! I'm 38 years old, eat fast food 4 or more days a week sometimes twice a day, have Lance Toastchee crackers and a Coke for breakfast 7 days a week and am still level 5 on Blue Cross Blue Shields fitness ranking for my company (goes from 1-5 and I actually get money back from the company for level 4 or 5). My cholesterol is 172, resting heart rate is 51, body fat is 8% and I can run a mile in under 5 minuets without being winded. I drink a glass of milk every night before bed and have never broken a bone other than a toe. I have maintained this fitness level for the last decade with out working out other than 3-4 days of Taekwondo class a week, surfing a few times a month and playing golf a few times a month also (but riding in a cart) so probably does not count. Not saying that all people can do this but I do eat in moderation and pretty much do not eat sweets or deserts but do love fatty southern foods. If taking vitamins, fish oil and other stuff helps you keep it up but for me I'm happy with my diet and lifestyle. I should mention I have not drank alcohol in the last 10-12 years either other than maybe one beer a year at a wedding or such. Also I rarely if ever drink water.
    It all changes in ten years, amigo...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcarter View Post
    Man screw all the healthy crap! I'm 38 years old, eat fast food 4 or more days a week sometimes twice a day, have Lance Toastchee crackers and a Coke for breakfast 7 days a week and am still level 5 on Blue Cross Blue Shields fitness ranking for my company (goes from 1-5 and I actually get money back from the company for level 4 or 5). My cholesterol is 172, resting heart rate is 51, body fat is 8% and I can run a mile in under 5 minuets without being winded. I drink a glass of milk every night before bed and have never broken a bone other than a toe. I have maintained this fitness level for the last decade with out working out other than 3-4 days of Taekwondo class a week, surfing a few times a month and playing golf a few times a month also (but riding in a cart) so probably does not count. Not saying that all people can do this but I do eat in moderation and pretty much do not eat sweets or deserts but do love fatty southern foods. If taking vitamins, fish oil and other stuff helps you keep it up but for me I'm happy with my diet and lifestyle. I should mention I have not drank alcohol in the last 10-12 years either other than maybe one beer a year at a wedding or such. Also I rarely if ever drink water.
    That's awesome, man. All this talk of fish oil and sh!t....and healthy living driving me nuts.

    I had a friend......he turned vegan.............now I offend him with everything I say....everything I say offends him.....only yoga, vegetables and some white man buddha stuff is acceptable. I think there's a cult going on. It's like a cult, and the dudes peddaling the foodstuffs are like TV evangelists(right just like the ones you southern guys give your money to). Breaks my heart. Why are healthy eaters so God dang smug aboot it ???? Why??

    Anyway thanks RCarter. You have restored my faith in surfing and life.

    Sometimes my heart rate is in the 90's......is that like bad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yankee View Post
    It all changes in ten years, amigo...
    yup. enjoy invincibility while it lasts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yankee View Post
    It all changes in ten years, amigo...
    Quote Originally Posted by hanna View Post
    yup. enjoy invincibility while it lasts.
    This is what I keep hearing and was told in my 20's. Not saying it will last and believe me at the first check up where I start to slide I will change my ways but I'm lovin it for now (just like the McDonald's theme, da da da da dam, I'm lovin it!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Stuart View Post
    Good stuff,

    I'm similar to you diet wise as I'm into fatty foods, don't drink alcohol and don't eat sugar apart from a very occasional bit of honey and a small amount of fruit. I don't eat wheat, do eat meat.

    I'm 52 and my resting heart rate is currently 66
    Holy Crap! Did Roy just agree with something I said!?!? Hell must be frozen guys! And in all seriousness that is a great resting heart rate for 52!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcarter View Post
    This is what I keep hearing and was told in my 20's. Not saying it will last and believe me at the first check up where I start to slide I will change my ways but I'm lovin it for now (just like the McDonald's theme, da da da da dam, I'm lovin it!)
    Balance and moderation in dietary content and quantity, as well as maintaining an active lifestyle seem to work for me. I'm 58. But I do like donuts after church on Sunday and at times get a hankering for a Big Mac. But I don't live on that stuff. The chickens come home to roost when you're 50, and you don't want your colonoscopy looking like the stalactites & stalagmites in Luray caverns.
    I haven't noticed any benefits from taking daily vitamins. I tend to think that pills like Centrum usually just pass right on through - although I haven't personally verified this.
    Running a sub-5 minute mile is pretty damn good. I usually trudge along at a 9 minute pace regardless of distance: 3 miles to marathon. Moms pushing jogging strollers pass me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcarter View Post
    Holy Crap! Did Roy just agree with something I said!?!? Hell must be frozen guys! And in all seriousness that is a great resting heart rate for 52!
    I have run for almost 20 years now, and usually run about 4-5 miles a day. My resting heart rate is usually 42-45. Exercise may not be the solution to everything, but it sure makes the circulatory system efficient.