Food processed to be low cal is crap. I’d rather have nothing.Click to expand... One would be an idiot to replace one 300 calorie beer for two 150 calorie beers if the goal was to save calories.
Anyway, personally, I'm fit (my avatar is not me, it is Shaun Ryder). I had to reduce my calories to offset potential damaging weight gain as I suffered through completely ruptured lumbar discs and subsequent surgery, and now in recovery mode where exercise is somewhat limited. In that time I learned to appreciate deftly made beers that aren't designed to challenge as much as they are to be enjoyed in celebration.
I'm not here to make a statement about high calorie beers. I will say that to state something like "the day I consider calories in beer is the day I stop drinking beer", is unfortunate, because as I stated, the day will come when you need to better consider what you are doing to your body. So while we collectively ignore the health factors, some of us are thinking about longevity.
Also, eating processed diet food is a fool's path to healthy. You're not teaching anyone anything with that statement.
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