rogerfederer saidRight now I'm 20 and in college. With finances being really hard, I don't have money nor the time to workout. I'm always studying and working and even if I did have together time I can't afford to feed myself to eat enough to put on weight or to use supplements and a gym membership. So I'm just gunna stop trying. I'm gonna let myself go. But I'm hoping when I graduate and get a job that pays pretty well and I'm in a set routine, I'll finally be able to work hard for that body I want. The only problem is by the time I graduate I'll b 24 and I'm scared I will have waited too late to put on muscle. I might have to wait even longer like 26 perhaps. By that time I'll b only and it might b too late and I will have missed my chance at that gorgeous body. So will it b too late? my friend dont worrie and your metabolism will lower when your about 40 10% so you still can have the body of your dreams but...i woudl advice you to not eat as much red meat and try eating very healthy like lots of vegetables...it will help your body gain important vitamines and nutrients and lots of antioxidants...red meat has lots of toxins in it ...so if you do that you will actually have earned a little more money....so are you capable of a healthy life?
Can you give evidence as to why red meat is bad for you? Ugh... I would have advised this guy to eat lean meat and veggies, not avoid meat. He wants protein to maintain muscle mass. Sorry for being so direct. I'm not trying to attack. I just get frustrated when people make scientific claims without citing the science to back it up.
My suggestions come from the following locations, which are all backed up by scientific studies.
"good calories bad calories" the book
just to name a few sources.