Joe Rogan slammed “fat professors” who advocate unhealthy lifestyles on Saturday’s episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience.”
“F— fat professors, f— off, you’re unhealthy, that’s not good at all,” Rogan said.
Rogan’s guest was Derek, a fitness influencer on the YouTube channel More Pics, More Dates, where the two appeared. A link to a document from the University of British Columbia in Canada. The document defended removing nutritional information from menus because putting calorie counts next to items could be “triggering” for some students.
“It can be triggering for those with disordered eating habits or eating disorders,” the document told students. “For those of us who have had a past or current relationship with food, when we are presented with calorie information, it can be a trigger and affect our ability to repair our relationship with food. can. By de-nutrition. informed, we can focus more on enjoying food and creating a satisfying experience.”
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Derek described how the university “removed all nutritional information from the foods students received on their meal plans because it was ‘too refreshing’ to list calories.”
He continued, “it presents a scenario where you can’t even self-regulate, even people who want to stay at a healthy weight, you can’t understand what … we eat.”
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Rogan recalled a viral video showing a female professor, “talking about [how] Avoiding certain foods is simply “fear of fat” and “not based on science.” He also recalled the woman telling him that “you shouldn’t deprive yourself of donuts” and that “it’s wrong to call certain foods ‘junk food’.”
“How do you talk about this in public?” Rogan wondered.
Rogan criticized the idea that people are bothered by “real data” about their food choices, saying that “it’s not that anyone should tell you what to do or what not to do, but you should know. .”
The host demonized the basics, saying, “they’re raising the most resilient people known to man, where every micro-aggression, anything that can trigger you, these it’s all taken away and you’re just raw. and vulnerable.”
“We protect you in this university system and then we spit you out into the world where you infect corporations with this ideology – and that’s what we’re experiencing,” he added.
“It’s wild that this shift to a comfort mentality has become the norm,” Derek replied. “I think that’s partly why men’s testosterone levels are dropping so much — just like the lifestyle and the push to be a piece of shit — being frustrated and bullied by everything, none of which is conducive to masculinity.”