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    Default Doctor Explains Why Calories in vs Calories Out is a Fallacy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    most important the weight of the food eaten, and example is a loaf of white bread versus a heavy loaf of sourdough..
    But doesnt that simply equate to cals for the mass eaten?
    To feed your gut same amount of mass of white bread as heavy sourdough would equate to more cals for equal mass. Putting the GI aside its simply reducing cals for the mass eaten.
    Hence its back to the myth of calories in vs out.
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    I’m simply stating two slices of a “heavy” bread will me more filling I’d say there could be more (in very simple terms) water in the heavy foods.

    when you look at a nutritional label check out the weight.


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    Chicken satay versus ph possibly the same calories?
    dont know but ph fills me guts I feel like I’ve eaten a truck load


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    Water, fibre and protein tend to make foods feel more filling per calorie.

    Fat and sugar are less filling per calorie.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    Chicken satay versus ph possibly the same calories?
    dont know but ph fills me guts I feel like Ive eaten a truck load
    Its maybe the noodles in it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazza20 View Post
    Water, fibre and protein tend to make foods feel more filling per calorie.

    Fat and sugar are less filling per calorie.
    For me its carbs, they fill my guts like a mofo.
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    Default Doctor Explains Why Calories in vs Calories Out is a Fallacy.

    I can eat 20 of those Imperial Mandarins and not feel full.
    They are sweet and juicy.
    60-80 cals each depending on size.
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    Eat less you fat bastards



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    Quote Originally Posted by Grunta View Post
    Its maybe the noodles in it?
    Noodles are a factor but (for me) its just the sheer amount of broth in the bowl I usually cant finish all the noodles.


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