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Calories in - calories out DOES NOT WORK.  The Biggest Loser proved this beyond a shadow of a doubt.  These poor people have permanently reduced their metabolism to the point where they will never be able to keep the weight off.  50 years of following the FDA's ideas has brought us to Obese America.  Follow a Keto diet and incorporate fasting into you life.  It is time for you to learn about Autophagy. 

 

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On 12/5/2018 at 3:18 AM, Dazed said:

Calories in - calories out DOES NOT WORK.  The Biggest Loser proved this beyond a shadow of a doubt.  These poor people have permanently reduced their metabolism to the point where they will never be able to keep the weight off.  50 years of following the FDA's ideas has brought us to Obese America.  Follow a Keto diet and incorporate fasting into you life.  It is time for you to learn about Autophagy. 

 

Very uneducated post. Calories in-calories out depends on the basic principles of thermodynamics which is PROVEN science.

 

*herp derp* I saw 2 people on biggest loser who got fat so that proves that everyone will get fat that follows calories in-calories out. Look up pubmed where there are studies that show calorie restricted diets result in weight loss every single time and in some cases leads to other benefits

 

IMO a problem arises when someone who tries to lose weight way too quickly cuts their total calories down to sub 1000 levels then of course they are going to have problems and their metabolism will sometimes take a hit. That’s why dieters need to take it slow and steady and drop calories over time.

 

and lol at recommending keto to people who are already having a difficult time following calorie restriction 

 

second lol at “auto faggy” bahaha

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For 99% of the population and looking at a diverse range of foods, controlling calories in calories out is virtually an absolute mechanism for controlling body-weight. Denying this is denying the laws of reality, and an excuse for pathetic losers who not only can't control their eating habits, but are so insecure they resort to denying basic laws of physics to explain their weight problems.

 

 

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And also

 

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These two charts alone show very clearly this as a conclusion. There are some foods and forms of macronutrients that require differing amounts of energy to digest, and different people have different metabolisms, but in all cases a calorie in is a calorie out. Its idiotic to state otherwise, no ones metabolism can turn 200 calories into 400, which is essentially what you're suggesting.

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4 hours ago, JeanLDD said:

For 99% of the population and looking at a diverse range of foods, controlling calories in calories out is virtually an absolute mechanism for controlling body-weight. Denying this is denying the laws of reality, and an excuse for pathetic losers who not only can't control their eating habits, but are so insecure they resort to denying basic laws of physics to explain their weight problems.

 

 

Screen-Shot-2017-05-24-at-10.33.05.png

 

 

And also

 

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These two charts alone show very clearly this as a conclusion. There are some foods and forms of micronutrients that require differing amounts of energy to digest, and different people have different metabolisms, but in all cases a calorie in is a calorie out. Its idiotic to state otherwise, no ones metabolism can turn 200 calories into 400, which is essentially what you're suggesting.

Yes! An educated person with common sense and grasp of scientific knowledge! Thanks JeanLBB

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