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    Fast food at wendy's made me sick






    I decided to have a cheat meal at wendy's with the kids. I had a bacon cheeseburger with fries. I didnt go for the biggie though. It tasted pretty good, but like 20 minutes later. Oh my god. I could feel the food trying to digest it hurt everytime I moved and I got really bad stomache pains. I guess this is what happens after eating clean for so long.
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    I haven't had fast food more than five or six times in the last four years. Forunately, I've never been fat due to a blast-furnace-like metabolism, so when I was in high school, I pounded through burgers like there was no tommorrow.

    On no less than THREE occasions did I get gastroenteritis from Wendy's - and not always the same location either. This is in Canada mind you. Basically, a strong case of gastroenteritis feels like the worst intestinal cramp known to man - it's rather nasty and includes severe diharrea, exruciating cramps, sweating, nausea/vomiting, etc.

    I'm of the opinion that their meat must be the lowest quality of any fast food restaurant. Since we lack all the fast-food places America has, I stick to Dairy Queen, which actually BBQ's their meat, rather than frying it or nuking it in a microwave.

    You guys have DQ? The best for a good cheat once in a while - especially on a bulk
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    Dariy Queen is the absolute best place for ice cream!!!! the blizzard is a genious invention!
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    MMM Dq..ICECREAM

    that is why I DONT eat that junk even on cheats... mcdonalds, etc makes me want to
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    Re: Fast food at wendy's made me sick

    Originally posted by once was fat
    I decided to have a cheat meal at wendy's with the kids. I had a bacon cheeseburger with fries. I didnt go for the biggie though. It tasted pretty good, but like 20 minutes later. Oh my god. I could feel the food trying to digest it hurt everytime I moved and I got really bad stomache pains. I guess this is what happens after eating clean for so long.
    Yeah, something like that happened to me once. About a year ago i had been cutting for like 4 months straight. Decided to finally cheat, and ordered a pizza from the best little pizza place around here. It was delicious, but felt like a ton of bricks sitting in my stomach. Made me completely nausious, and i almost vomited a few times. I havent had pizza since...

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    Sonic, when I cheat, is pretty good and doesn't have the after effects. Normally, I like the get two of the burgers with mustard (No 1 or 2, forget), two foot long coneys with cheese and onions on it, and some tots.

    Not good for you, but damn........it's worth every penny.

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    I like Sonic too for cheats-- I go there maybe Once every other month!! I get the grilled chicken sandwhich & fries.

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    I imagine that if I were to eat a bacon cheesburger and fries at Wendy's I would definitely have some serious gastro-intestinal problems!

    The main reason is my diet has been almost devoid of saturated fat, salt and sugar, except for the small amounts in "healthy" food, for over 2 months now.





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    Mmmmm.... Sonic... Double cheeseburger... **drools**
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    hmmmmmm french fries ***Droooooooool***

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    yeah try eating wendys spicy chicken with an ulcer. i like lived off of those things for almost a year. worst pain you could imagine but i kept eating them (soo goood) one time i actually got so sick i actually layed on the ground in the parking lot in the fetal position squirming for like 10 minutes. wow that was embarrasing but its all that would make it even remotely bearable. Ive found the best thing to take when eating nasty grasy fast food is ZANTAC 75 before you eat. I am a hot sauce ADDICT and with an ulser you need something, and ive tried alot of stuff but ZANTAC was by far the best! Oh and whoever said wendys in the nasties food i beg to differ, I say Burger King (maybe Taco Bell), I also tried that for about a year, and had the same problem but with any of the food(this was pre-ulser, i actually think this might have helped create it). Now Im a mcdonalds fiend, and that is not as bad but Ive been getting alot of pimples recently so hopefully theyll go away when i find and start a diet!

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    Wendys is gawd awuful... I got a Triple Double(6patties) there and have not eaten fast food since. Made me hella sick!

    On another note...
    hmmmmmm french fries ***Droooooooool***
    I saw my friend eating fries and said "How can you eat that shit?" and was replied to with a very stern "Hey man, not everyone is like you. We dont spend countless time prepping meals, or buying expensive food!"
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    Thats weird because I ate at Wendys thils weekend for the first time ever because my girlfriend wanted to and I actually got sick too.

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    Originally posted by PreMier
    Wendys is gawd awuful... I got a Triple Double(6patties) there and have not eaten fast food since. Made me hella sick!

    On another note...
    I saw my friend eating fries and said "How can you eat that shit?" and was replied to with a very stern "Hey man, not everyone is like you. We dont spend countless time prepping meals, or buying expensive food!"

    I've done the same before and got this from my friend "I'm not gonna deprive myself like you do!"

    I have also gotten what you pointed out that your friend said PreMier.
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    Well your friends have a point.

    I've said it once or twice already, but we eat like animals - and I don't mean in terms of our voracious appetites.

    When I see people saying "mmmmm! vanilla whey powder on oats is yummy!" in the nutrition forum, I can only shake my head. Who the hell do you think you're kidding? I mean, hey, if you can fool yourself I suppose that's good enough

    Our meals of choice largely take the fun, or at the least relaxing qualities out of enjoying a meal. It does look pretty damn silly to others when you categorically refuse a single piece of pie simply because it has sugar in it.

    I find alot of people in the BB world, not neccearily those on the forum, are far too anal about what they eat. Sure, if you're on a cut or prepping for a competition - yes, you do what you have to - I would NEVER contradict that. However, for those out there who are bulking, or those who aren't quite as serious as some others - for crying out loud, loosen up a bit...
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    bluecorsair, i happen to find a bowl of oatmeal delicious AND comforting..moreso than cheesecake and other junk cuz frankly the guilt, fat gain and stomachaches arent worth it..

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    Originally posted by greekblondechic
    bluecorsair, i happen to find a bowl of oatmeal delicious AND comforting..moreso than cheesecake and other junk cuz frankly the guilt, fat gain and stomachaches arent worth it..
    In clinical psychiatry we call that confirmational bias. Better known to the layman as "denial"

    heh, whatever floats your boat I guess. If you feel guilty for eating one piece of none-too healthy food once in awhile, maybe you need to relax a bit eh?

    No offense intended of course. There's healthy eating, then there's denying we have human appetites, lol
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    Its not that eating unhealthy makes me feel guilty... Its that I dont enjoy it.
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    Greek, I completely agree with you. I detest eating greasy/overly sugary foods, though I treat myself to cake every now and then. I don't think it shoudl be that hard for people to conceive that there are people who actually ENJOY eating cleanly. I love it, and can't imagine eating any other way.

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    I hate some healthy food. I still eat it because I want to stay fit. But do not throw a burger in front of me. I'll tear the shit up.
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    Originally posted by donescobar2000
    I hate some healthy food. I still eat it because I want to stay fit. But do not throw a burger in front of me. I'll tear the shit up.
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    Originally posted by BlueCorsair
    Well your friends have a point.

    I've said it once or twice already, but we eat like animals - and I don't mean in terms of our voracious appetites.

    When I see people saying "mmmmm! vanilla whey powder on oats is yummy!" in the nutrition forum, I can only shake my head. Who the hell do you think you're kidding? I mean, hey, if you can fool yourself I suppose that's good enough

    Our meals of choice largely take the fun, or at the least relaxing qualities out of enjoying a meal. It does look pretty damn silly to others when you categorically refuse a single piece of pie simply because it has sugar in it.

    I find alot of people in the BB world, not neccearily those on the forum, are far too anal about what they eat. Sure, if you're on a cut or prepping for a competition - yes, you do what you have to - I would NEVER contradict that. However, for those out there who are bulking, or those who aren't quite as serious as some others - for crying out loud, loosen up a bit...
    It's all about how much things cost and the reward they give. I find that if I eat unhealthy food, and gain fat, the cost is bigger than the temporary reward I get from eating it. So I just try not to
    I believe in cheat meals though as I know most people here do.
    In my experience, people who say "You're too damn strict" and "come on, live a little" the most are the ones wishing they had the determinition to do what we do. This is not directed to you, just people around me Of course, it is all about balance and I agree that many people here (including myself) need to learn more about it

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    ^^ That is my point exactly...I mean, I have grown to love healthy foods (I can honestly say that a good bowl of oatmeal cooked with cinnamon sticks, banana essence and a few walnuts is my favourite meal on the planet) but I wasn't always this way, but all this time I have definitely felt that the trade-off and long term benefits of clean eating far outweighs the temporal satisfaction of processed and greasy foods. The havoc such foods wreck on your blood sugar and your digestive system are needless to say not very much fun at all.

    And yeah, the people who try to derail you from your dietary quest most often are the people who lack the discipline to even imagine doing what you do. You should pride yourself on your spartan determination and kickass discipline, it is a feat that 95% of the world population lacks the willpower to do.

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    Hey I eat clean, and as an ecto, I simply don't have it in me to be fat. If I ever get to 15% bf it'd be a miracle. Mind you, my lean mass is accordingly pretty small as well. Such is my mixed blessing as it is.

    I just feel that denial of any sort is unhealthy. I'm in the psychiatric field, and I've seen what happens when people deny themselves certain things for too long - the rebound gets ugly, or sometimes it simply affects their personality in a very negative way - yes, even food can do this. I've noticed some people becoming very elitist, and looking down on those who choose to indulge like most of the population does. While too much is always a poor choice, too little can be almost as detrimental I believe.

    I suppose BB'ing is a true lifestyle for some, and I can respect it as such. I take it very seriously myself, as I am always in a constant battle with my exceptionally poor genetics - at 22 and male, I find myself with the bone-structure of an adolescent girl. However, when every waking moment is centered around this lifestyle, that's when it becomes intrusive, and to me, is more trouble than it's worth.

    This being said, I'm eating my oats and whey right now. I'm such a hypocrite
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    Originally posted by BlueCorsair
    Hey I eat clean, and as an ecto, I simply don't have it in me to be fat. If I ever get to 15% bf it'd be a miracle.
    Well you're not allowed to say anything about eating junk then I'll twist it a little for ya, if there was a specific type of food that would make you skinnier and make it harder for you to reach your goals of getting big, would you eat it? Nope, don't think so! And that's why I don't eat ice cream everyday that makes me fat and keepa me from reaching my goals

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    Originally posted by P-funk
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