How To Make Yourself Fat

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chubaway
chubaway Posts: 1,645 Member
I retracted my post because most people seem so quick to criticize, and make fun rather than discuss . . . or inform.

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  • FunkyTobias
    FunkyTobias Posts: 1,776 Member
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    If you're the type of person who thinks what happens in one type animal isn't necessarily what happens in another, then this post won't help.

    Thinks? No.

    Understands that the biological pathways differ between different species? Yes.

    So we can safely ignore the rest of your post.
  • chubaway
    chubaway Posts: 1,645 Member
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    So it seems many experts strongly suggest not combining fats and cards. Here's just one article I found . . .


    http://www.metaboliceffect.com/worst-food-combination-for-weight-loss/
  • Taylorferguson1
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    Do I look like i'm grey and have wings and chew protein pellets and shredded carrots ... NO
  • SideSteel
    SideSteel Posts: 11,068 Member
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    So it seems many experts strongly suggest not combining fats and cards. Here's just one article I found . . .


    http://www.metaboliceffect.com/worst-food-combination-for-weight-loss/

    You can manipulate food combinations until you're blue in the face, but if you're consuming excess energy beyond your needs you will gain weight, and if you consume less energy than you expend you will lose weight. This happens regardless of how you combine or partition your macronutrients.
  • FunkyTobias
    FunkyTobias Posts: 1,776 Member
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    One thing that really bugs me is when someone makes an adamant claim about how the body works, but has no objective evidence to back it up. Such is the case with claiming that mixing fats and carbs is the ticket to fat gain (or fat retention). To my knowledge, there’s only a single study directly comparing the separation of carbs and fats versus their combination [2]. Both groups lost a significant amount of bodyweight. Although not to a degree of statistical significance, the combination group had greater weight and fat loss. The researchers concluded that despite popular belief, the separation of macronutrients (carbs and fat in particular) had no metabolic benefit over consuming them together.

    http://alanaragon.com/carbs-fat-friends-after-all.html
  • SideSteel
    SideSteel Posts: 11,068 Member
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    One thing that really bugs me is when someone makes an adamant claim about how the body works, but has no objective evidence to back it up. Such is the case with claiming that mixing fats and carbs is the ticket to fat gain (or fat retention). To my knowledge, there’s only a single study directly comparing the separation of carbs and fats versus their combination [2]. Both groups lost a significant amount of bodyweight. Although not to a degree of statistical significance, the combination group had greater weight and fat loss. The researchers concluded that despite popular belief, the separation of macronutrients (carbs and fat in particular) had no metabolic benefit over consuming them together.

    http://alanaragon.com/carbs-fat-friends-after-all.html

    Just adding this: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10805507
  • Lyadeia
    Lyadeia Posts: 4,603 Member
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    Sad I didn't get to read the "awesomeness" in the OP. :sad:


    :laugh:
  • AnvilHead
    AnvilHead Posts: 18,344 Member
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    Sad I didn't get to read the "awesomeness" in the OP. :sad:


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    Summary: Pigeons get fat when they eat carbs and fats together. So will you.
  • Lyadeia
    Lyadeia Posts: 4,603 Member
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    Sad I didn't get to read the "awesomeness" in the OP. :sad:


    :laugh:
    Summary: Pigeons get fat when they eat carbs and fats together. So will you.

    Wait...will this happen even if I don't have feathers and a tail? Do I have to eat pigeons to see this work? So sad. Now I can't ever make chicken pad thai ever again. Damn that fatty peanut butter and those carbolicious rice noodles. :laugh: