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    Fats and Protiens

    Your body has natural mechanizims to tell you when you have eaten enough fats and protiens. So eat as much of these as you want. Just make sure you are not eating damaged fats. Make sure you are eating healthy fats.

    What do ya' all think of this statement?

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    eh?

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    Bullshit. You'll know when you have taken in too much protein iwhen you start having kidney stones. You'll literally start pissing rocks. Not a nice feeling.

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    i think you guys have no idea what you're talking about.

    1. protein doesn't cause kidney stones

    2. fat people exist

    these two true statements disprove every other statement made in this thread so far.

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    PWNED by Jenfucius.
    Deluxe247 tells it like it is:

    you ninja fags just got owned in a bad way. this thread should go to the classics and mega thread forum due to the sheer size of taebo_master and gajusceaser's penis. (with which they just smacked across these ninja's faces)
    from:

    This Classic Thread - http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=9653&perpage=15&pagenum ber=14

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    damn, getting science props from gay-justice. i truly am a nerd. *adjusts horn-rimmed glasses, pulls up suspenders and breaks out into loud snorting laughter*

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    Originally posted by Jenfucius
    i think you guys have no idea what you're talking about.

    1. protein doesn't cause kidney stones

    2. fat people exist

    these two true statements disprove every other statement made in this thread so far.

    I do not understand how you have come to the conclusion that those two statements disprove what I have said, would you explain please?

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    Your body tells you when it's got enough... but most people don't seem to make a habit of listening to their bodies. Thus yes there are fat people...
    Now or never.

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    Originally posted by Jenfucius
    i think you guys have no idea what you're talking about.

    1. protein doesn't cause kidney stones

    2. fat people exist

    these two true statements disprove every other statement made in this thread so far.

    Since I cannot wait for your answer to my above question. I think I know where you are coming from.

    Protein and fat do not make a person fat. High insulin levels make people fat. High insulin levels come from eating to many carbs.

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    eating more than you burn off with metabolism plus whatever you do all day is what makes you fat. it's not what you eat, it's how much you eat.

    protein is a measure of failing kidneys. normally protein does not enter the kidney and if it does that means you have a problem. kidney stones are usually calcium salts or some other stuff that crystalizes, it's different.

    your body generates signals to tell you that you're done eating. some them are hormones released by your gut, some are mechanical, such as the feeling of a full stomach. fat cells also release a chemical called leptin that makes you feel full.

    however, most people are driven to eat more since from an evolutionary perspective, we are designed to hold food not burn it since there was a scarcity of food throughout most of our history.

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