I never stopped being amazed at all the ways the Paleo-Game Cult ignores reality. Gamers ignore the fact that game isn’t getting them laid. Paleo dieters ignore the fact that they aren’t losing weight, etc. Here’s the latest absurd avoidance of reality that I found from them.
However, I does have another question. I’ve been eating the occasional burger that I cook myself via pan when it’s too cold out to grill, and since on Mark’s Daily Apple it’s wise to keep and consume bacon fat for it’s fullness factor… I’ve been consuming the fat/grease/stuff that remains after I pan-cook a burger (when it’s too cold out).
I would like to ask if this is alright or not before it becomes a regular thing. I get an occasional chest pain after doing so, but I can’t pinpoint it to this practice just yet. Is Beef fat healthy? (Eventually I’ll be on to grass-fed only meats, but until then, I have a supply of things to get rid of first. This is just to inform that it is not grass-fed).
When a normal person gets chest pains, they do things like stop doing things they think might be causing it and go see a DOCTOR. A member of the Paleo-Game Cult keeps doing the thing that causes chest pains and asks Hawaiian Fat Blob about it. I’m kind of speechless about this. What can be said about this? It speaks for itself. If something is giving you chest pains, it’s a bad idea to keep doing it. Chest pains are something you should have checked out by a doctor. This is obvious to anyone with an IQ of at least 10, but the Paleo-Game Cult thinks that doctors are all conspiring against them.
The fact is that game, the paleo diet, etc. don’t deliver any results its proponents claim. Instead you end up with things like chest pains. What more evidence do you need that something is a bad idea?