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    Incorrect. As stated above, the chemical...

    Incorrect. As stated above, the chemical composition of the sugars are identical.
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    Why are you looking for low fat options? Is...

    Why are you looking for low fat options? Is malnutrition the goal?
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    I'm speaking about a caloric fast. If you're...

    I'm speaking about a caloric fast.

    If you're just consuming the foods you listed, your diet would likely be astonishly deficient in dietary fat and micronutrient.

    Anyway, read post #2.
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    Your question implies that you're very confused...

    Your question implies that you're very confused about nutrition, as the name of one or more foods you eat is not what determines if you lose, maintain or gain weight.

    My suggestion: start...
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    What specifically do you mean by "eat healthy"?

    What specifically do you mean by "eat healthy"?
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    Generally speaking, you should avoid fasting for...

    Generally speaking, you should avoid fasting for over 24 hours if you want to optimize muscle development/retention.

    That said, it sounds like your diet is terrible, from what you describe and...
  • Is that your motivation for attending medical...

    Is that your motivation for attending medical school ;)
  • An intake of ~0.6 to ~0.8 grams of protein per...

    An intake of ~0.6 to ~0.8 grams of protein per pound of bodyweight is sufficient to optimize muscle retention. Of course, you can consume more protein if that's your preference, but it is not...
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    How have you determined your caloric intake...

    How have you determined your caloric intake requirements?
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    Probably so.

    Probably so.
  • FYI: "You're" is a contraction for "you are" and,...

    FYI: "You're" is a contraction for "you are" and, thus, my usage is correct.
  • ^^^ I have have explicitly indicated that those...

    ^^^ I have have explicitly indicated that those foods contain fat, not imply that the foods are composed of fat, as my wording is prone to misunderstanding.

    Thanks for pointing that out, as I'm...
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    Water content can vary greatly in frozen foods. ...

    Water content can vary greatly in frozen foods. Also, caloric content and the macronutrient composition of foods, especially whole foods, often vary +/-20% from one instance to another, even when...
  • Again, it's often best not to further restrict...

    Again, it's often best not to further restrict intake by miscategorizing foods, even though the tendency to miscategorizing foods is prevalent in the media and even on this forum.

    It's almost...
  • "Newbie" gains of ~2 pounds of dry muscle weight...

    "Newbie" gains of ~2 pounds of dry muscle weight per month is the best case for an average adult male of ~180 pounds. The OP is currently of much lower weight, which will likely reduce proportionally...
  • You're listing foods by one of the two or three...

    You're listing foods by one of the two or three macronutrients that such foods contain, which could easily mislead the OP. Why not just answer his questions truthfully, without mislabeling foods as...
  • Keep in mind that the most dry muscle weight you...

    Keep in mind that the most dry muscle weight you can gain per month, at your current weight, is well under 2 pounds and probably closer to about 1.3 pounds, so gaining weight aggressively will result...
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    Impressive catch, sir. What motivates this...

    Impressive catch, sir.

    What motivates this type of trolling escapes me completely.
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    Please explain what you mean.

    Please explain what you mean.
  • ~0.5 pounds per week, given your height and...

    ~0.5 pounds per week, given your height and weight, is fine, though you could be a bit more aggressive and shoot for close to 1 pound per week.

    That said, if you fear gaining body fat and you're...
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