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    Trash my diet and make me feel bad

    I'm thinking of posting my daily food intake and having you guys trash it to make me feel bad. It might provide some good motivation to stop eating bad. Is there a particular forum where this is already happening?
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    The Nutrition forum.

    I mean, there are so many ways of making a 'good' diet, most of it is preference but ultimately it comes down to consuming enough essential nutrients for your goals - there are almost limitless combinations and ways of achieving this. I don't think it's often necessary to get too detailed, if we generally avoid ultra processed foods and consume a good variety of things then it's very unlikely that you are going to have a deficiency that impacts results.

    These days, I only count calories if I'm dieting, I might guesstimate total protein intake too but I'm just used to selecting (mostly) meat, minimally processed carb sources, eggs, dairy, veg, fruit, beans etc.
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