It's easier to eat more than to eat less! Right?

View Poll Results: Which is harder? To eat more or less?

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  • To eat more. Cost more money also

    20 47.62%
  • To eat less! I'm a fat azz.....

    22 52.38%
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    It's easier to eat more than to eat less! Right?






    I dont think so. I've been trying to gain weight and its so hard to force eat and when I do I get sick!
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    It's easier to fight the temptation of cheating than it is to stuff 4500 calories down my throat a day.
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    I find it's easier to control eating small, rather than making yourself eat big, generating cravings, and hence eating everything that comes your way.. eating a lot of clean food is difficult for me

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    how about drinking so much goddamn water?! I am 2 weeks away from a show and I'm near 3 gallons of gaddum water!!!!
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    actually, I am going into a mass phase after the show and I will welcome the feeling of fullness. I will also welcome the pizza, the macaroni, the chocolate chip muffins from Dunkin Donuts, the milk, the coffee with 1/2 and 1/2, the sugar pops cereal, the fruity pebbles, the burgers from Applebees, bacon, sausage, meatballs, lasagna, did I mention the pizza, olives, swiss cheese, butterscotch pudding, chocolate....cough..sorry, choked on my own drool.

    So, if you ask whether or not its easier? helloooooo?????
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    definetly easier for me to eat less when my diet is on. I can't/won't stuff myself just to get the cals in
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    neither are particularly easy! i voted that its easier to eat a lot, but that probably only because i'm cutting right now and every day i am constantly reminded of how tough dieting is... when it comes to bulking its pretty tough too, but meals are a LOT nicer! bulking is definately more enjoyable and easier for myself, i miss my tortilla wraps, steaks, baked potatos, sandwiches, cereals and other good ole "off season" food

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    Quote Originally Posted by young d
    neither are particularly easy! i voted that its easier to eat a lot, but that probably only because i'm cutting right now and every day i am constantly reminded of how tough dieting is... when it comes to bulking its pretty tough too, but meals are a LOT nicer! bulking is definately more enjoyable and easier for myself, i miss my tortilla wraps, steaks, baked potatos, sandwiches, cereals and other good ole "off season" food
    agreed.
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    I think it all depends on what you're used to, and what your daily schedule is... When your schedule changes due to work and/or school it can be difficult to get meals in at a regular time.... In that respect it's easier for me to eat less, but that's more of an excuse to skip a meal... Last year when I got used to my schedule, it was 2nd nature to eat 4000 cals a day, now I'm trying to get back up there, but it's probably closer to 2500 or so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanp156
    I think it all depends on what you're used to, and what your daily schedule is... When your schedule changes due to work and/or school it can be difficult to get meals in at a regular time.... In that respect it's easier for me to eat less, but that's more of an excuse to skip a meal... Last year when I got used to my schedule, it was 2nd nature to eat 4000 cals a day, now I'm trying to get back up there, but it's probably closer to 2500 or so.
    Agreed....at one point I was taking in over 5k cals and it was easy! Now after cutting for a long time I am struggling with 2500-2700 cals. It will grow in time its just a mattor of how your stomach adapts.

    I also agree with LAM about not stuffing my self beyond comfort.
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    It's damn easy to eat more but eat less is crazy. That is the time for craving all kind of food. The temptation will be in your face.
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    Cutting is easier then bulking and you always feel better when cutting. Your not bloated and holding a lot of water which sucks big time

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    So am I the ONLY one that finds it easier to eat more?!

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    I can hit 5000 kcals a day easy(all clean). But Im a machine.

    It definately is easier to eat less though(3500-4000kcals)
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