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Old 07-27-2010, 05:00 AM   #17 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by tandoorichicken View Post
Probably true, but some people's required deficits are less, like around 1500 kcal/day. Those are the people that need to watch number as well as quality of calories.
If that is the case, I believe it would be even more difficult to eat too much fat to the point that it gets stored. It is REALLY hard to eat too much fat/protein.

Once you cut out the grains and carbs from processed 'low-fat' silliness and your body and insulin level stabilizes, you just don't feel hunger like you once did, and the frequency of putting food in your mouth throughout the day drops dramatically.

The beauty of eating primal allows me to not have to pay attention to anything. I have been putting my food in on fit day just to watch my carb levels (from fruits) because I am determined to reveal that there are, in fact, ab muscles in there. I have a good idea of how much is the right amount so it is pretty much unnecessary anymore.

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