Anyone else eat spoon fulls of Nutella?

No, he was legit…

Mike Dolce I think was the guy. He had all the fighters eating Nutella and he swore by it

And Duane Ludwig promoted peanut butter and swore by that

Isn’t right after that when Rampage turned into a broken thyroid fatass? Damn nutella threw off his circuitry. Watched clips of those recent Jaxxon podcasts with him, he’s lost a ton of weight doing the fasting thing.

He was just pushing and selling massive amounts of roids. That’s what the dolce diet actually was. This guy dropping all this dirt in bjj just dropped that recently. Said GSP was on sarms and peptides for Bisping fight.

I should look for a copy of Dolce’s diet book. Be cool to read a little out of curiosity. I think I remember people making jokes about what was in it. Goofy shit presented as nutritional magic.

lol its poison

Founded in 1946 in Alba, a picturesque town in the north of Italy, by brothers Pietro and Giovanni Ferrero, the Ferrero Group is now one of the world’s largest sweet-packaged food companies with more than 35 much-loved brands such as Kinder, Nutella, Ferrero Rocher, and Tic Tac, sold in more than 170 countries.

Michele Ferrero, widely regarded as the richest man in Italy and — a distinction more notable to lovers of sweets everywhere — the creator of Nutella, died on Saturday at his home in Monte Carlo. He was 89.
Mr. Ferrero presided over a vast international confectionary empire; he was sometimes referred to as a real-life Willy Wonka. He ranked 22nd on the most recent Forbes list of billionaires, with an estimated net worth of $26.5 billion. The magazine stated the source of his wealth simply: “chocolates.”


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“my dog and I prefer Skippy smooth.”

  • the OG

Every time I’ve consumed any of Dolce’s content (reading, video, etc), he talked and talked and talked without actually saying very much. I’ve never seen him give any concrete recommendations (even as a starting point), though I’m sure there’s something out there.
From what I’ve seen, it’s essentially eat whole foods, have a decent amount of protein (e.g. - 30g) at each meal, eat every 3-4 hours, eat until you’re sufficiently full, but don’t go crazy, don’t track anything.
I’m sure there’s probably more to it than that, though.

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Using Rolling stone as a source of truth is like asking a fat blue haired feminist if body positivity is good for society.

There is a lot of bullshit in the article but this in particular stands out for being very misleading.

  • Seed oils also tend to contain more omega-6 fatty acids, which are known as essential fatty acids because our bodies do not produce them naturally.
    Some have speculated that seed oils may be disadvantageous to our health because the body requires a proper ratio of omega-3s (which are found in sources like nuts and fish) to omega-6 fatty acids, and consuming too many foods containing omega-6s can disrupt that balance or contribute to inflammation. But while there is plenty of evidence that omega-3s are good for you and can help decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease, there is limited evidence supporting the idea that omega-6s should be avoided entirely. Most nutritionists will recommend a healthy balance between both.

This is deliberately misleading bullshit. Nobody is saying you should avoid Omega 6s entirely.

The idea that too many Omega 6’s have an inflammatory effect on the body (which Seeds oils contain plenty of relative to Omega 3’s) is something even the article doesn’t deny.

It just tries to deflect and mislead by saying there limited evidence for supporting no Omega 6’s and that nutritionists say there should be a balance between both.

You don’t get a healthy balance of Omega 6’s and Omega 3’s from unnatural seed oils. Not to mention most of these seed oils are rancid and full of pesticides anyway.

Thanks for the information. I only posted it because I thought it was odd that rolling stone was mentioning politics and food choices. I thought it was music related? From my personal stance I don’t trust a fuckin thing big medicine says about food. The food pyramid from my childhood is a lie. I don’t believe that saturated fats are the devil. I think sugar, processed food, and certain oils are the problem. Google says canola oil is so healthy. I doubt that.

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just like $$ in the bank, Progressives’ only want to disagree with anything “the right” agrees with
in this case, healthier diets and exercise

they do not have conviction or belief, they just want to “own and fight” “wingnuts”

remember the “mean girls” in junior high?..progressives are the politcial personification of those “mean girls”

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That’s because Rolling Stone is a hardcore leftist media publication, and hardcore leftist organizations, media, etc actively discourage people being healthy and getting in shape for themselves outside of govt “approved” means and / or big pharma.
I mean:
-Rolling Stone has the aforementioned article about “the right” being obsessed with seed oils
-PETA has put out social media content saying white milk perpetuates racism
-one of the two biggest comorbidities with covid (the other being old age) was being significantly overweight…meanwhile, the govt not only shut down gyms, dojos, dance studios, and even public parks during lockdowns, but bribed people to get jabbed with free pizza, cheeseburgers, & doughnuts
-countless articles lamenting “conservatives” for actions such as “fat shaming” (look at people slamming Oliver Anthony - a self-admitted centrist who dislikes the left and right - because of his “Fudge Rounds” lyric; multiple music publications ran with articles on Lizzo attacking Candace Owens’ “fat shaming”; etc)
-CNBC has published articles discussing editorials saying that since Hitler had his Hitler Youth practicing martial arts & fitness, that promoting MMA / BJJ and bodybuilding / working out is akin to right-wing extremism
The shit just goes on & on.


Yeah I thought that was really odd too? Shows IMHO that all these outlets are in cahoots with each to promote an agenda.

You have a good food philosophy which I adhere to as well. I eat a lot of saturated fats and have never felt better (used to be a vegetarian for a decade).


I love Nutella on a spoon. I am such an addict that I now buy store brand versions of it,.like someone who used to drink grey goose ending up buying aristocrat vodka.

I also think a lot of the media take on nutrition is bullshit.

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Here come the food snobs.

“McDonald’s is terrible for you, it tastes bad”.

No, it does not. It’s engineered to taste great.

Nutella is great too.

That little fucker is 250 calories. Nutella’s gotta be worse. Google says 2000 calories for women and 2,500 for men average. Making that 1/8th and 1/10th of daily calories for humans in that little package.