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Posted: 7/23/2012 1:45:12 PM
be easy - You do not get the point. Why do you think we have so many obese people in the world today? Because most people have no clue on how the body works

"put on a rubber suit and go run in the 95 degree weather
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Sweat is just water, so you dont lose weight by doing this, only water.

"burn more calories than you take in without distinguishing between good calories and what bad calories do to your system."

The way to lose weight is to burn more calories than you take in daily, that is exactly the point. The amount of calories needed is individual from person to person. Metabolic rate, age, gender, height, weight etc. changes the amount of calories you need on a daily basis.


Nutrition is not rocket science my friend even tho you want to make it seem more complex, it isn't.


BMA - You are spot on buddy



Be easy, do me a favor buddy, find out how many calories you will need to break even on the weight, lets say that number is 3000 calories. The next week, you eat 2700 calories and i can guarantee you by 100% that you will lose weight. (Not taking daily activity and such into consideration. If you do not lose weight, i will give u 1 grand.

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Posted: 7/23/2012 3:51:27 PM
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Posted: 7/24/2012 8:17:04 AM
Be easy, do me a favor buddy, find out how many calories you will need to break even on the weight, lets say that number is 3000 calories. The next week, you eat 2700 calories and i can guarantee you by 100% that you will lose weight. (Not taking daily activity and such into consideration. If you do not lose weight, i will give u 1 grand

Ok liar, let's do this
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Posted: 7/24/2012 8:28:38 AM
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Posted: 7/26/2012 12:05:19 PM
up 5 pounds in only 48 hours
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Posted: 7/26/2012 12:27:18 PM
What are you on "liar"? U havent even checked how many calories u need to break even.
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Posted: 7/26/2012 10:11:33 PM
what in God's name...
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Posted: 7/27/2012 12:15:38 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by be easy:

well look what we have here, a convention of liars

welcome to the discussion, BMA the liar

I guess i need to be more specific, in that when i'm talking about weight loss, it is in reference to FAT loss. I guess you can pat eachother on the back after advising someone who'd like to lose weight, to have a limb amputated, a lobotomy, or a breast reduction

Your body does not store fat based on a surplus of calories, so it is silly to assume that causing a deficiency in caloric intake will result in FAT loss. Fat storage is regulated by hormones (insulin), via the pancreas secreting insulin as a feedback response to the liver flooding the body with glucagon.

I understand that you were instructed to think otherwise, but (wether or not this was intentional misinformation) it is misinformation. Obese people (in general) suffer from insulin sensitivity, where the feedback system breaks down from consuming complex carbs/sugars over time, and the body turns to storing more and more fat. To reverse this breakdown of our human bodys system, the solution is to disregard how many calories one takes in, and rather focus on something tangible that actually effects fat storage, and that is carbohydrates/sugar



Glucagon comes from the Pancreas, not the Liver.
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