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    (Original post by GeologyMaths)
    Anyone else want to argue with the truth?
    You're either one determined troll or hilariously ignorant.

    So no thanks, I've better things to do.
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    (Original post by Angry cucumber)
    I'll clean this thread when I'm on a computer. GM can have his own thread

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    Trying to hide your nutrition incompetency that you have flooded this thread with?
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    (Original post by SophieSmall;[url="tel:63074125")
    63074125[/url]]You're either one determined troll or hilariously ignorant.

    So no thanks, I've better things to do.
    Amusingly, i think it's the latter.
    (Btw, i meant to put in addition to having a 120kg Bench, 90kg with visible abs after 18 months training etc etc that he is also 17).
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    (Original post by Unistudent77)
    Amusingly, i think it's the latter.
    (Btw, i meant to put in addition to having a 120kg Bench, 90kg with visible abs after 18 months training etc etc that he is also 17).
    Which don't you believe?
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    (Original post by Unistudent77)
    Amusingly, i think it's the latter.
    (Btw, i meant to put in addition to having a 120kg Bench, 90kg with visible abs after 18 months training etc etc that he is also 17).
    And a semi pro cycling nutritionist

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    (Original post by Angry cucumber)
    And a semi pro cycling nutritionist

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    Which dont you believe? I can proof all
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    (Original post by GeologyMaths)
    Which dont you believe? I can proof all
    We'll start with the nutrionist part

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    (Original post by Angry cucumber)
    We'll start with the nutrionist part

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    a person who studies or is an expert in nutrition.

    Where does it mention certified or qualified?

    And if you use your stupid "so i look up diagnosis on wiki so i'm a doctor" argument, a doctor is:

    a person who is qualified to treat people who are ill.
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    (Original post by GeologyMaths)
    a person who studies or is an expert in nutrition.

    Where does it mention certified or qualified?

    And if you use your stupid "so i look up diagnosis on wiki so i'm a doctor" argument, a doctor is:

    a person who is qualified to treat people who are ill.
    Do you give nutritional advice in a professional environment?
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    (Original post by GeologyMaths)
    a person who studies or is an expert in nutrition.

    Where does it mention certified or qualified?

    And if you use your stupid "so i look up diagnosis on wiki so i'm a doctor" argument, a doctor is:

    a person who is qualified to treat people who are ill.
    So basically you're just gillian mckeith - unqualified, lacking any understanding of the subject matter but using the lack of need for certification to give your nonsense credence.

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    (Original post by GeologyMaths)
    a person who studies or is an expert in nutrition.

    Where does it mention certified or qualified?

    And if you use your stupid "so i look up diagnosis on wiki so i'm a doctor" argument, a doctor is:

    a person who is qualified to treat people who are ill.
    So if I watch a few physics videos am I suddenly a physicist?

    "an expert in or student of physics."

    You're not an expert in nutrition, and to claim you are is laughable. Nor are you actually studying nutrition. Looking up some things on google and reading a few papers does not equate to actually studying the subject.
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    (Original post by GeologyMaths)
    a person who studies or is an expert in nutrition.

    Where does it mention certified or qualified?

    And if you use your stupid "so i look up diagnosis on wiki so i'm a doctor" argument, a doctor is:

    a person who is qualified to treat people who are ill.
    A nutritionist is a person with qualifications in it. You hold none; you'd know that fat and protein are more satiating than carbs if you did. Or did some half decent reading.

    So we'll chalk that up as a lie

    Forum 1 - 0 GM

    Next claim - 10% bf%
    Any proof?

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    (Original post by MountKimbie)
    Do you give nutritional advice in a professional environment?
    Depends what you consider a professional environment to be
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    (Original post by GeologyMaths)
    Depends what you consider a professional environment to be
    Where you are being paid a salary for your service.
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    So if I watch a few physics videos am I suddenly a physicist?

    "an expert in or student of physics."

    You're not an expert in nutrition, and to claim you are is laughable. Nor are you actually studying nutrition. Looking up some things on google and reading a few papers does not equate to actually studying the subject.
    depends what they meant by "student".
    I am a nutritionist and can use critical thinking with mechanistic data analysis to help people.
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    (Original post by GeologyMaths;[url="tel:63074345")
    63074345[/url]]Which don't you believe?
    No i don't.

    You started age 15 and a half (roughly).
    You must have weighted 75kg at most. Doubt you were really lean at that weight.
    So 15kg in 18 months and still have abs.
    Even more laughable if you claim to be 10% bf.

    Then we could move to the training side of things....
    You prioritise cycling over the gym if i remember correctly. Nothing wrong with that at all but this would inibit gains.

    Then we go onto the fact you don't track calories. You claim to be more power lifting based, so my guess is if you can indeed bench 120kg and are 90kg at 6'0 while not tracking calories (ie too big a surplus to be 'optimal) then
    You are not slim. You are quite heavy and are miles away from 10% bf.

    If that isn't true then the rest of your claims are BS. NO WAY are you are all of those things.
    Gained over 15kg weight while currently being 10% bf, while benching 120kg, while prioritising cycling, while not tracking calories having trained for only 18 months or thereabouts.

    (Original post by Angry cucumber;[url="tel:63074405")
    63074405[/url]]And a semi pro cycling nutritionist

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    They are too numerous to mention all at once (his claims).
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    (Original post by MountKimbie)
    Where you are being paid a salary for your service.
    No
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    (Original post by GeologyMaths;[url="tel:63075153")
    63075153[/url]]No
    What do you feel qualifies you to claim to be a 'nutritionist'?
    Do you make this claim due to the peer reviewed papers you have read? Courses you have done?
    Just unsure what has led you to think that you are a 'nutritionist'...?
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    (Original post by Unistudent77)
    No i don't.

    You started age 15 and a half (roughly).
    You must have weighted 75kg at most. Doubt you were really lean at that weight.
    So 15kg in 18 months and still have abs.
    Even more laughable if you claim to be 10% bf.

    Then we could move to the training side of things....
    You prioritise cycling over the gym if i remember correctly. Nothing wrong with that at all but this would inibit gains.

    Then we go onto the fact you don't track calories. You claim to be more power lifting based, so my guess is if you can indeed bench 120kg and are 90kg at 6'0 while not tracking calories (ie too big a surplus to be 'optimal) then
    You are not slim. You are quite heavy and are miles away from 10% bf.

    If that isn't true then the rest of your claims are BS. NO WAY are you are all of those things.
    Gained over 15kg weight while currently being 10% bf, while benching 120kg, while prioritising cycling, while not tracking calories having trained for only 18 months or thereabouts.



    They are too numerous to mention all at once (his claims).
    I started at 16 at 90kg of mostly fat. Went up to 110kg (have pics), and got back down to 88-90kg with abs and at 10% (have pics). So i am 10% bf and i am definately not a power lifter physique and can bench 120kg. I cycle now mostly but i'm not looking to build muscle so i'm not sure why you said cycling will inhibit "gains". I dont track macros because it does not make sense; tell me any kenyan marathon runner that track their macros, and they win races everytime.
 
 
 
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