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    ^ If you're just gonna copy pasta, include the...

    ^ If you're just gonna copy pasta, include the link as to not plagiarize and aware others who is supplying the information:

    https://macrosinc.net/kb/refeed-day/
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    It's not obvious at all. I believe I refuted the...

    It's not obvious at all. I believe I refuted the hell out of it.


    At the end of the day, you did some horrendous extrapolation making almost anything cooked seem dangerous.


    And I went over...
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    I went over this already. Thoroughly. ...

    I went over this already. Thoroughly.



    Thanks, I found some interesting tid-bits:

    "At low temperatures (around 100 °C), steaming, boiling, or stewing generate much lower levels of these...
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    So...odd.

    So...odd.
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    Temperature doesn't matter? Seriously? Any heat...

    Temperature doesn't matter? Seriously? Any heat from an oven is a concern? Provide evidence that roasting in a can at lower temperatures is a reasonable health concern. I can't believe I'm having...
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    I did. I also read your ridiculous extrapolation...

    I did. I also read your ridiculous extrapolation and responded to it appropriately.

    This was "roasted" in the can. Again, marketing. How high a temperature did they "roast" this product at? How...
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    A little common sense needs to be employed here....

    A little common sense needs to be employed here. "Resulting in a delicious rotisserie taste" is something a marketing dude came up with. Roasting, in a can or elsewhere, is not what the WHO was...
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    https://www.livescience.com/55479-does-caffeine-ca...

    https://www.livescience.com/55479-does-caffeine-cause-dehydration.html


    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3886980/
  • Yelp reviews with a link to his now defunct...

    Yelp reviews with a link to his now defunct website:

    https://www.yelp.com/biz/damen-griffith-longview

    His one 5 star review unsurprisingly comes from someone who never reviewed any other...
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    https://www.wcrf.org/informed/articles/news-fresh-...

    https://www.wcrf.org/informed/articles/news-fresh-tuna-no-longer-counts-oily-fish
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    No, it's not. Threads are often closed in...

    No, it's not. Threads are often closed in instances of the OP regarding weight lost advice being sought for those under 18, but giving calorie cutting advice to minors is not a rules violation.
  • Joe Rogan has shown how gullible he is for years....

    Joe Rogan has shown how gullible he is for years. He also makes the same claims that are factually incorrect over and over again on a very popular podcast, showing that he never bothers fact...
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    A kidney expert at the University of Pennsylvania...

    A kidney expert at the University of Pennsylvania and the Institute of Medicine both state that drinking to thirst is fine in most cases.

    ...
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    1. The discussion isn't regarding the OP. 2. I...

    1. The discussion isn't regarding the OP.

    2. I was eating eggs in 2012 and I haven't given up on eating them.
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    No, the eggs were not "pre-heated" and the study...

    No, the eggs were not "pre-heated" and the study does not use that word, it uses the word "cooked." You can't just make two words synonymous because you want them to be. Pasteurized Eggs that are...
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    I get jokes just fine, Shecky.

    I get jokes just fine, Shecky.
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    Not all dairy comes from cows. OP, the answer...

    Not all dairy comes from cows.

    OP, the answer is 'yes'. The almonds get stuck in the camels teets.
  • Speaking of chicken: ...

    Speaking of chicken:

    https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/region_prices_by_city?itemId=19&region=150

    Damn!
  • Food prices are pretty diverse in Europe. Here...

    Food prices are pretty diverse in Europe.

    Here are prices for beef round in 90 countries. Switzerland is most expensive at number 1 and coming in at 88 is Ukraine. In western Europe we have...
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    What website? The nutrition will be more...

    What website?


    The nutrition will be more accurate with cooked bacon because you're draining off oil, and I'm assuming measuring is not your strong suit.

    You don't have to "get" 100 g of bacon...
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