Man Eats Raw Chicken in Post-Workout Meal, Says Vegetables Make You Weak

A man has said that he regularly eats raw chicken and unpasteurized butter and milk as part of his post-workout meal, alarming Twitter users, as he claims vegetables make you weak.

On Saturday, Twitter user @BlazenBrady posted a photo of his meal and said: "Post-workout meal: fresh raw chicken, week-old steak I left in my fridge, my favorite, bacon, raw butter, raw milk.

"Chicken is not bad at all and tastes fine. This meal is my standard meal I usually eat all the time, I eat mainly more steak over chicken though usually."

Post workout meal
-fresh raw chicken
-week old steak I left in my fridge
-my favorite, bacon
-raw butter
-raw milk

Chicken is not bad at all and tastes fine. This meal is my standard meal I usually eat all the time, I eat mainly more steak over chicken though usually pic.twitter.com/1q2rGOm6qF

— Blazen (@BlazenBrady) May 7, 2021

Brady then posted a follow-up video captioned: "Since everyone is asking me for a video of eating raw chicken here you go. And remember the Raw Primal Diet is your natural diet, that regenerates you over time and will make you feel amazing."

In the video, he says: "It's not even bad bro, you guys are tripping, like, I mean you guys are terrified of it just because they told you there's bacteria in it. It's your natural diet, like you'll literally naturally want to want to eat it."

Brady tells his viewers: "It tastes the same. Like, maybe it's not as good tasting, it's not like amazing tasting, but it doesn't taste f****** bad. It's literally your normal diet. Here you go."

He then eats a piece of the raw chicken and says: "Two seconds, there you go. I just eat it every single f****** day. I'm not going to lie, I wash it down with milk to get used to it, when I first started because I didn't like the taste so much, now it's a lot easier.

"I still do the milk because it's easier to wash it all down but it doesn't taste bad at all bro. I could eat f****** rotten meat, two-week-old meat, bro. I don't give a f***. It just all tastes the same."

Since everyone is asking me for a video of eating raw chicken here you go. And remember the Raw Primal Diet is your natural diet, that regenerates you over time and will make you feel amazing. pic.twitter.com/8rxhWuhjfP

— Blazen (@BlazenBrady) May 7, 2021

Twitter users were alarmed to hear about Brady's diet, like one who joked that he is "calling this a meal and not a death sentence," and another who said Brady is "eating like before fire was a thing."

Others were hoping that Brady was lying about his diet, like one Twitter user who said: "I refuse to accept this isn't a bit. For my own mental health," and another who asked: "this is a bit right?????????"

Despite the outpouring of concern in response, Brady seems steadfast in his beliefs, including the idea that eating vegetables can "cause issues."

In a tweet, he said: "The plant-based agenda wants you to become a weak slave.

"Vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, are not optimal health. All of them contain antinutrients which cause issues. Think of it like nature's candy, it's fine in moderation and for certain circumstances, but not your main diet."

The plant based agenda wants you to become a weak slave.

Vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, are not optimal health. All of them contain antinutrients which cause issues.

Think of it like natures candy, it’s fine in moderation and for certain circumstances, but not your main diet https://t.co/uUtaffBZ00

— Blazen (@BlazenBrady) May 8, 2021

In response to someone asking him why he doesn't become vegan, Brady said: "vegetables have a defense mechanism called antinutrients that can build up over time and cause problems.

"Vegetables also do not have nearly all the minerals/vitamins you need for a diet, while animal products contain all the vitamins/minerals we need."

He also told another Twitter user: "there is no toxicity to eating raw meat. cooking is what adds the toxicity," and that, "cooking milk kills nutrition and creates toxicity from the cooking."

Despite what Brady may believe, people are urged not to eat raw chicken or drink unpasteurized milk.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says: "Some foods are more associated with foodborne illnesses and food poisoning than others. They can carry harmful germs that can make you very sick if the food is contaminated.

"Raw foods of animal origin are the most likely to be contaminated, specifically raw or undercooked meat and poultry, raw or lightly cooked eggs, unpasteurized (raw) milk, and raw shellfish."

The CDC says that most raw poultry contains Campylobacter and may contain Salmonella, Clostridium perfringens, and other bacteria, while raw meat may contain Salmonella, E. coli, Yersinia, and other bacteria.

Newsweek has contacted Brady for comment.

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Stock image of raw chicken. A man has said that he eats raw chicken as part of his post-work out meal. Lilechka75/Getty