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Old 08-01-2015, 12:41 PM   #1
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To the folks that fear "getting super fat" doing a mostly clean eating, muscle building bulk...

People who eat 90% clean, whole foods don't generally get super fat. I can eat 1,500 calories of ice cream or Doritos in one sitting. EASY. I can't eat the equivalent in potatoes (10 potatoes) or chicken breasts (7 breasts) in one sitting.

People who eat calorie-filled energy drinks, Doritos and fast food have an easier time getting super fat. These foods are calorically dense.

People who monitor calorie intake generally don't get super fat because they aren't guessing at intake, and they can make adjustments as needed.

People who don't monitor calorie intake tend to gain fat because most of them underestimate their food intake.

Read this:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1454084

"In contrast, the subjects in group 1 underreported their actual food intake by an average (+/- SD) of 47 +/- 16 percent and overreported their physical activity by 51 +/- 75 percent."

Conclusion:

"The failure of some obese subjects to lose weight while eating a diet they report as low in calories is due to an energy intake substantially higher than reported and an overestimation of physical activity, not to an abnormality in thermogenesis."
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I always recommend Myfitnesspal.. It make dieting so much easier.
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I always recommend Myfitnesspal.. It make dieting so much easier.
Same here. Having the app on my phone helps too.
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"The failure of some obese subjects to lose weight while eating a diet they report as low in calories is due to an energy intake substantially higher than reported and an overestimation of physical activity, not to an abnormality in thermogenesis."

When I used tro ask my clients to estimate how many calories in a Snickers Bar and how many calories burned in an hour at the gym, they usually got it backwards, which was in line with this finding.
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