mmoodd69
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Start Weight
167.0 lb
Lost so far: 9.0 lb

Current Weight
158.0 lb
Performance: losing 0.6 lb a week

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158.0 lb
Still to go: 0 lb

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Thermodynamics? Not really...
Shari22 wrote:
mmoodd69 wrote:
Explain how someone can lose weight after initiating caloric surplus by cutting starch but actually upping calories with increased fat intake. Very Happy


If true, the changes made actually created a calorie deficit.


Wow. So in your book, does 5 + 2 = 4?
posted 19 Oct 2013, 09:22
Any Virgin Dieters
No virgins in my area so I have no idea how they taste.
posted 08 Sep 2013, 15:09
Thermodynamics? Not really...
Fedaykin wrote:
mmoodd69 wrote:
Fedaykin wrote:
Create a calorie deficit and you WILL lose weight.


Explain how someone can lose weight after initiating caloric surplus by cutting starch but actually upping calories with increased fat intake. Very Happy


If true, the changes made actually created a calorie deficit.


Wrong.

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Create a caloric surplus, and you will gain weight.


Wrong.

No one argues fat has approximately 2x the caloric value of carbs. If you more than offset the carb loss with fat increase, and all other factors remain static (mine did and do), you are by definition creating a caloric surplus compared with where you began. By YOUR mythology I should have gained weight. I lost it. I'm not the only one. There is a big factor here that people like you are simply refusing to even acknowledge because it will prove your whole mythology dead wrong as the universal Truth you want it to be.

But thanks for playing. Now for our next contestant on CICO! IS! BOGUS!
posted 07 Sep 2013, 14:32
Thermodynamics? Not really...
Fedaykin wrote:
Create a calorie deficit and you WILL lose weight.


Explain how someone can lose weight after initiating caloric surplus by cutting starch but actually upping calories with increased fat intake. Very Happy
posted 07 Sep 2013, 06:55
Thermodynamics? Not really...
Diablo360x wrote:
I don't need to read anything further. I have tried every type of diet


No you have not.

You've never tried an ultra-high saturated fat/moderate protein diet, with the fat calories more than making up for severely reducing carbohydrate to a max of 20 grams per day...a diet where you actually end up eating MORE calories despite cutting carbs.

You haven't tried that diet - MY diet - because you're terrified of it. You're terrified you aren't tough enough to stick it out for even 30 days but you're even more terrified it will work and, in working, will utterly destroy your CICO myth, causing you to come back here and admit you've been dead wrong this whole time. So you won't even try it.

But since you want us to believe you've tried every diet, including mine, and they all still boil down to calories, you really don't have anything else to discuss, do you.

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The difference between me and the carbaphobes is that I acknowledge that low carb diets work. But they work given a calorie deficit ONLY as with any other diet if weight loss is your goal.


You are either a truly stupid fool or a persistent troll who gets off repeating himself despite what we try telling you. Whichever you are, you are not honest.

Try my diet for 30 days and see if you can come back and say that it's all about cutting calories. I dare you. I defy you. I challenge you. Man up, put up or shut up, once and for all.
posted 01 Sep 2013, 06:47
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It appears I've hit the goal I set for myself some months back and so will now tweak my diet to slowly introduce good carbs that I'd been strictly lim ...
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