[quote]Professor X wrote:
I honestly think some of you need to stop reading so much from these sites. I can’t even believe people are now afraid of to eat enough because they fear a food allergy MAY develop.
You still need to admit that eating the same foods over and over again will probably cause you to develop a food allergy. Milos Sarcev explains in his seminar video pretty clearly how this happens. Lets say you start eating skinless chicken breast as your protein source for all 6 of your meals each day. 10 days later, you might notice some indigestion and you might have some trouble forcing down that chicken. You’ve probably developed a mild food allergy. If you eat egg whites all the damn time because you’re too lazy to cook meat, then you might develop a food allergy to that.
You can eat as much as you want as long as you have some variety in your diet. Have Eggs for breakfast, Cottage Cheese for your snack, Beef for lunch, Whey after your workout, Turkey for dinner, and Casein before you go to bed.
I eat 5 chicken breasts for dinner and 5 eggs for breakfast almost every day. I don’t have food allergies. But I used to eat egg whites twice a day and I wanted to gag every time I ate them until I figured out I probably had a food allergy from eating them too frequently. So I think you can eat a TON of the same stuff in one sitting but you can’t eat the same stuff throughout the day.