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Why is it that when I need organ meats most in my diet, I find them the least palatable?

Answered on January 11, 2014
Created January 11, 2014 at 1:59 AM

I find that whenever I need organ meats most in my diet (ie. period, intense training) I find them the least palatable, and instead want really palatable foods like fruits, nuts, chocolate, starchy vegetables, and fermented dairy?

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on January 11, 2014
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on the other hand, you could argue, that during your period & when intense training, you need fruits, nuts, chocolate, starchy vegetables, and fermented dairy...

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Because the theory of cravings dictating one's dietary needs/gaps is not legit. Cravings are more psychological than physiological.

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Because you're not fat adapted yet, and so your liver asks for the type of foods that it can actually break down fast, as it needs them ASAP under these conditions. When you become fully fat adapted (usually it takes 2 years to be FULLY fat adapted), then you won't have a problem wanting liver after a workout.

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