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Old 10-01-2011, 08:57 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by 5kgLifter View Post
True, but I notice that the body, at least for me, only requests as much as it knows it needs and I still end up losing weight unless I really go for broke with the food; it's when I'm not working out that weight gain starts, even with less eating.
I guess for me when I look at fat gain it comes down to the types of foods being eaten. When you work up an appetite are you eating a pork chop and some spinach or a bag of Doritos and a Mountain Dew? What is the nutritional value?

When someone is hungry, and eats empty calories...

I find myself eating more at night when I have a carb-heavy meal. I tend to crave fat or salt later.
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