Skip to comments."White People Food" Is Creating An Unattainable Picture Of Health
Posted on 08/30/2018 3:59:32 PM PDT by rickmichaels
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Tanisha thinks some food is white people food and it’s bad.
Tanisha is a racist.
“If you think about Italian food, which I love, its just as fatty [as soul food], but it doesnt have that same reputation.
It does IF people eat it in horse-sized proportions! I like soda, but I don’t buy it in 2 quart bottles and drink it at one sitting...
Travellers. Poor. Welfare folks. In the 50s they still used fresh stuff in the restaurants, hand’t gone alll chemical replacements yet, so refular folks could get a fresh meal.
Here is the real racism and they don’t even realize it as such.
Just as paying attention and getting good grades in school is “acting white”, so eating wisely is also “acting white”.
Because they cannot bring themselves to admit that both eating well and education are really just “acting smart”.
>>Over the course of a year, Gordon shed 60 pounds and outgrew the need for a CPAP machine simply by making some changes to her diet. <<
Did you or did you not resort to a “Whipipo” diet to lose those pounds? Leafy greens (salads) and vegetables, unknown to the African continent.
Note that little factoid gets lost in the article.
Didn’t that happen on Hogan’s Heroes?
This is a nutty article for sure.
I just eat what I like and what I know is good for me.
Only the racist Left would think to divide food up into groups like this.
A group of foods "for white people" and another group of foods "for black people." Ridiculous.
Thing is when italian women cooked for familes, way back in the horrid, oppressive years of America, they demanded everyone “eat, eat, you’re skin and bones.” then got catty at people when they got fat.
I am from italian background, its typical.
Is this a joke? Or are people drinking deuterium?
The comments from the huff po readers seem pretty heartening, as many seem to question the sanity of making healthy eating a race issue.
*shuffles deck, picks card*
We visited Italy when I was a kid. Eating at a street cafe, I asked for s second plate of pasta. A Woman of Impressive Girth came out, speaking Italian, kissed me on the cheek in from of my family, and then brought out enough pasta to feed a medium sized army! And watched with a huge smile on her face as I struggled to make a dent in it...
Hey, a lot of that “health food” stuff doesn’t sound good to me either, and I am one of the most melanin-deficient people ever. BTW, don’t ask me about my cholesterol or any of htat happy jazz.
“Its not white people food - its yuppie SWPL food.”
Yep. And not sure what is unhealthy about chicken and collard greens. Sounds a lot like the chicken and rice and a salad my mom would serve up.
Serving size - when I was a kid everyone would get a baked potato, a scoop of vegetables, and maybe 4 to 6 thin strips of meat. Dad might have gotten more. I have to shake my head on the rare occasion that we have steak, and my wife puts out a huge slab of meat for all of us.
BTW - the article only talks about restaurants. Does nobody eat at home anymore?
“White People Food?” Like venison, eastern salmon, trout, home grown veggies and chickens?
“a”, not “s”, and “in front”, not “in from”. Gotta learn to review before posting.
It’s ok Tanisha!
You can go back to the diet of crocodile dung, lizard guts, and spoiled hippo that your ancestors were raised on.
No guilt there!
Well I used to go to a smokehouse run by blacks. Really good food but I knew it wasn’t good for me. Every vegetable was even loaded with cholesterol but gawd was it good. But I knew better than to eat it every day.
I’ve also eaten Chinese food. Indian food, Italian food, a few french dishes etc. Never thought about not eating food because it belonged to some race or ethnicity. That would be racist. I ate it cuz it was good.
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