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    Help with an explaination

    My understanding is that when protein is help constant there is no metabolic advantage in a VLCARB ketogenic diet.

    The argument I'm faced with is this: it takes more chemical energy to convert fat...
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    First of all if your on a cut you should be...

    First of all if your on a cut you should be cutting back on your carbs and increasing your fat and your protein should be at least 30%. Secondly, olive oil or canola's omega 3's don't convert well...
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    I'm not sure why you added a quote from...

    I'm not sure why you added a quote from me.........glycogen as I explained in that previous post is already stored energy that can only be used for that purpose.... meaning... exclusively....excess...
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    Protein is muscle sparing in a deficit and the...

    Protein is muscle sparing in a deficit and the reason why a higher protein diet is effective for fat loss while protecting lean body mass. Weight bearing exercises is the flip side of this scenario,...
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    The body doesn't store fat in a big deficit, it...

    The body doesn't store fat in a big deficit, it may depending on the circumstances protect our fat stores by slowing our metabolism and relying on (consuming) muscle for energy...In a deficit the...
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    Glycogen doesn't get stored in the blood, nor...

    Glycogen doesn't get stored in the blood, nor does glycogen get converted to fat, just saying.
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    When saturated fat is replaced with unsaturated...

    When saturated fat is replaced with unsaturated fat HDL is decreased across the board, and polyunsaturated fat decreased both in most incidents C'mon saturated fat has never been detrimental and...
  • I agree with the environmental concerns,...

    I agree with the environmental concerns, considering we've clear cut our whole continent over the last 200 years, it's good that we preach the word to other countries. The oil is another story....
  • Thread: Saturated Fat

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    Atherogenic dyslipidemia is reduced with...

    Atherogenic dyslipidemia is reduced with saturated fat when it replaces carbs. The reason, because it effects sdLDL positively, makes them larger. The larger particles of LDL are considered "good...
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    Reducing meat intake reduces HDL. Increasing...

    Reducing meat intake reduces HDL. Increasing carbs will also decrease your HDL..............see the trend.
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    I prefer krill oil.......less potential toxins....

    I prefer krill oil.......less potential toxins. As far as how many you need in a day is dependent on your diet, weight that kind of thing......I take around 3 g's of fish oil most days.
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    Most of your post didn't make much sense, but...

    Most of your post didn't make much sense, but this particular factoid is a doozie. Eggs have cholesterol and not LDL or HDL, it's just cholesterol. LDL is a lipoprotein, not cholesterol. Egg...
  • There's a number of good reasons but the one that...

    There's a number of good reasons but the one that is probably the worst is it's effect on the cellular level. They can effect the myelin sheath that protects our neurons and they also take the place...
  • It's just not that simple.......Nutrition is not...

    It's just not that simple.......Nutrition is not only complex, it's a matrix that is still unfolding. There's so much conflicting data that it would be impossible to point you in the right direction....
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    Some will say as soon as you take out the yolk,...

    Some will say as soon as you take out the yolk, it's processed. Processed meaning there's something wrong (bad) with the food nutritionally speaking, or it's done to preserve the food to extend the...
  • Thread: eggs!!

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    My go to egg breakfast is generally a 6 egg...

    My go to egg breakfast is generally a 6 egg frittata. I usually saute up a few cups of red, green peppers, onion, broccoli, and if I have left over shrimp or chicken I'll throw that in too. Then add...
  • Thread: eggs every day?

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    And if it's the cholesterol your worried about,...

    And if it's the cholesterol your worried about, don't be. Dietary cholesterol has very little effect on our blood cholesterol. Dietary cholesterol is neither good or bad it's just cholesterol with...
  • Yeah but you get all sorts of other neat stuff...

    Yeah but you get all sorts of other neat stuff when you eat food.
  • Someone that has low body fat to begin with and...

    Someone that has low body fat to begin with and is trying to build muscle and lose fat will tell you it isn't possible, which for the most part it isn't. People that might be classified as skinny fat...
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    Well no, cooking eggs doesn't destroy the amino...

    Well no, cooking eggs doesn't destroy the amino acids, it actually makes them more bv by around 40 %. Cooking any amino acids denatures the protein strands that they are attached to, which is part of...
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