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How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity
Article with a lot of big words at the link. TL;DR, it's not eating too many calories, it's eating too many carbs. LINK


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re: How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity
.... the calories ain't helping
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re: How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity
the food pyramid was created in the 1970s and infallable.

the science is settled.


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re: How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity
The very first sentence is all about how important of a journalist the author is and should be indicative of the content of the rest of the article.


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re: How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity
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science of obesity


Here's some science for you

Put down the cheeseburger, fatty.

Mixed in a salad or 2, jumbo

Go for a fricking walk


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texasmason
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re: How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity
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science of obesity


Burn more calories than you take in and you lose weight....science

Burn fewer calories than you take in and you gain weight....science


jaytothen
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re: How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity
Bacon and pork belly is low-carb, ergo I'm not a fattie for eating a bacon and burnt end salad for breakfast.


sawtooth
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re: How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity
Move more….eat less


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efrad
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re: How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity
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Here's some science for you

Put down the cheeseburger, fatty.

Mixed in a salad or 2, jumbo

Go for a fricking walk




Throw the salad away, no need for that at all, waste of time and chewing
Pick up the cheeseburger, take the bread off
The nutrient-dense meat will satiate you quickly without a tremendous surplus of calories


ConfusedHawgInMO
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re: How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity
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the calories ain't helping



No but you probably wouldn't get fat eating 3,000 calories a day of raw vegetables.


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subotic
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re: How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity
You'd be eating all day trying to do that.


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KamaCausey_LSU
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re: How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity
Burn more than you take in, lose weight.

But 60-75% of your daily calories burned (Daily Energy Expenditure) comes from your resting metabolism, not exercise. And that metabolism is significantly affected/controlled by hormones. Any hormonal imbalance that causes a decline in your resting metabolism will have a significant impact on the calories out portion of the energy balance.


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The Boat
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re: How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity
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it's not eating too many calories, it's eating too many carbs.

That’s right there’s no calories in those carb-y foods


GoCrazyAuburn
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re: How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity
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No but you probably wouldn't get fat eating 3,000 calories a day of raw vegetables.


Why wouldn't you?


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efrad
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That’s right there’s no calories in those carb-y foods



Yes, obviously there are calories in carbs, but there are also calories in the other macronutrients, and they will have different effects on weight outcomes. Because your hormonal response to each macronutrient is different. That there are calories in carbs doesn't negate this.


GreatLakesTiger24
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re: How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity
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it's not eating too many calories, it's eating too many carbs.
please God stop this lie. it being repeated so often is fricking over fat people who are trying to get better.


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DemonKA3268
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re: How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity
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Pick up the cheeseburger, take the bread off The nutrient-dense meat will satiate you quickly without a tremendous surplus of calories


With or without the finger?


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