Is Subway good for you?

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by mikeg313 View Post
    Ya just listen to this guy. He really knows what he's talkin about . Just look at em.
    says the overweight man
    im pretty shredded, so thanks
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  2. Seriously be honest. If you think subway is healthy, you are an idiot. It is simply the lesser of evils when compared to mcdonalds, burger king, etc. Other than that, Subway and healthy should never be mentioned together
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by CATdiesel76 View Post
    Seriously be honest. If you think subway is healthy, you are an idiot. It is simply the lesser of evils when compared to mcdonalds, burger king, etc. Other than that, Subway and healthy should never be mentioned together
    ok. what do you consider "unhealthy" maybe tats what w need to establish
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by cumminslifter View Post
    says the overweight man
    im pretty shredded, so thanks
    Overweight? you are a complete moron.Your not shredded your scrawny. Do you even lift? Last time I was your size I was homeless and I still looked better. Your chest looks like a bird cage bro!. Nobody wants to see your ribs flexing so shut up and put a shirt on.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by mikeg313 View Post
    Overweight? you are a complete moron.Your not shredded your scrawny. Do you even lift? Last time I was your size I was homeless and I still looked better. Your chest looks like a bird cage bro!. Nobody wants to see your ribs flexing so shut up and put a shirt on.
    that's called a serratus anterior and obliques, not ribs.
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  6. Unhealthy = ****ty processed food, tons of chemicals, preservatives, sugars, etc. We know what unhealthy is. Subway might not be the absolute worst place ever, but it is still very much not good for you.

    Google search the ingredients. Chicken should not have 20 ingredients. Nor should vegetables.

  7. From a long-term health prospective, probably not, largely because Subway's food is chalked full of additives and preservatives.

    From a bodybuilding, weight lifting perspective, the food isn't that bad for a person on the go, assuming that it fits within your nutritional macros.

  8. http://www.subway.com/Nutrition/File...ngredients.pdf
    I don't see 20 ingredients for vegetables and go to your local supermarket and pick up a package of deli meat or prepackages meat and you will find the same thing.
    they aren't going to sell organic foods at subway
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by cumminslifter View Post
    that's called a serratus anterior and obliques, not ribs.
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    Mike's original argument made sense, your weird semantics attack failed.

    You are not "ripped", simply skinny. Ripped requires low body fat and muscle mass, you only have one part of the equation.

    You have to be trolling.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by TexasGuy View Post
    Mike's original argument made sense, your weird semantics attack failed.

    You are not "ripped", simply skinny. Ripped requires low body fat and muscle mass, you only have one part of the equation.

    You have to be trolling.
    I actually carry more LBM than a lot of ppl my age at my stats
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by cumminslifter View Post
    http://www.subway.com/Nutrition/File...ngredients.pdf
    I don't see 20 ingredients for vegetables and go to your local supermarket and pick up a package of deli meat or prepackages meat and you will find the same thing.
    they aren't going to sell organic foods at subway
    Of course other deli meats are going to have the same trash that's not even remotely close to this argument. The argument is whether or not Subway is healthy and it quite simply is not. Processed white bread and garbage, additive laden meat is not healthy period. Of course there are better options or worse options thats not the point. The point is that Subway is not good for you.

    I was wrong on the vegetables and 20 ingredients. Must have seen an incorrect list. However, thats not to say they arent some garbage gmo variety. Who knows there.

    What that list does tell you is that every one of those breads is nothing more than refined white bread and the meats are trash.

  12. Also, that chicken breast looks remarkably similar to what mechanically separated chicken is. For those of you not familiar, google it and keep a barf bag handy

  13. I used to work at subway... Never eating there after working there that place is fukin gross. Microwaved soup ha wtf? It's supposed to be healthy not Some cambells soup thrown in a fukin microwave. The bread comes in a box which is as bad as the meat which is practically dog ass. Don't eat there they have cockroaches and dropped everything on the ground that you consume. Fuk subway cheap fuks

  14. Quote Originally Posted by cumminslifter View Post
    I actually carry more LBM than a lot of ppl my age at my stats
    .... And that ain't sayin much

  15. Quote Originally Posted by cumminslifter View Post
    I actually carry more LBM than a lot of ppl my age at my stats
    Fortunately you can just starve if you're looking for a ratio only. If you want an impressive fat to muscle ratio though, build some muscle before you go throwing composition insults around, especially when they don't even make sense. Google "inference" too.

    The concern over highly processed meat is legitimate and it should've been left at that.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by CATdiesel76 View Post
    Also, that chicken breast looks remarkably similar to what mechanically separated chicken is. For those of you not familiar, google it and keep a barf bag handy
    It's processed and bleached , re-purposed chicken parts pressed into a chicken breast shape to create the illusion of eating a healthy product. Basically what you're eating is a large un-breaded chicken nugget served on a chemical loaf garnished with low cost genetically engineered vegetables. "That's subway fresh"!

  17. Quote Originally Posted by mikeg313 View Post
    It's processed and bleached , re-purposed chicken parts pressed into a chicken breast shape to create the illusion of eating a healthy product. Basically what you're eating is a large un-breaded chicken nugget served on a chemical loaf garnished with low cost genetically engineered vegetables. "That's subway fresh"!
    Exactly what I was thinking. Im going to leave it at that. If the OP can't decide after this, than that is his fault

  18. Quote Originally Posted by CATdiesel76 View Post
    Of course other deli meats are going to have the same trash that's not even remotely close to this argument. The argument is whether or not Subway is healthy and it quite simply is not. Processed white bread and garbage, additive laden meat is not healthy period. Of course there are better options or worse options thats not the point. The point is that Subway is not good for you.

    I was wrong on the vegetables and 20 ingredients. Must have seen an incorrect list. However, thats not to say they arent some garbage gmo variety. Who knows there.

    What that list does tell you is that every one of those breads is nothing more than refined white bread and the meats are trash.
    agreed with this and yes I know the meat is grade "A" but its not any worse than deli meat at your local store
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by TexasGuy View Post
    Fortunately you can just starve if you're looking for a ratio only. If you want an impressive fat to muscle ratio though, build some muscle before you go throwing composition insults around, especially when they don't even make sense. Google "inference" too.

    The concern over highly processed meat is legitimate and it should've been left at that.
    I wasn't the one who made a personal insult first anyway.
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  20. Just like any other restaurant it all depends on what you order

  21. I just pounded out a 6in chipotle steak and avacodo... delish.
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  22. Quote Originally Posted by tyga tyga View Post
    I just pounded out a 6in chipotle steak and avacodo... delish.
    Yummy

  23. Quote Originally Posted by cumminslifter View Post
    agreed with this and yes I know the meat is grade "A" but its not any worse than deli meat at your local store
    I agree other than maybe top stuff like Boars Head. I never claimed it was any worse. The op just asked if Subway was a healthy meal option or not and it isn't. That is not me saying its the worst stuff in the world, it just isn't healthy

  24. I've found that a whole chicken on the grill, beer can style preferrably, makes a great sandwhich. You can even buy an organic chicken. Shred it on a whole wheat bun with onion, avocado, tomato and garlic pesto with provolone.

    Roasted pork tenderloin, roast beef, beef tenderloin...

    All of these can be bought whole and made at home, even organic varieties from the bread and veggies to the meat and cheese. The sandwich will absolutely be identifiable from Subway, and healthier. Even on a Submarine style roll.

  25. well if you guys are looking for organic, non preservative then your food choices are going to be pretty limited anyways and yes subway would not be an option for you then.
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