For quite a long time I thought that, no matter what, if you eat less energy than your body needs, you will loose weight.
Then I learned about this "Thyroid condition" case...
In that case, even when people eat less than their body really needs, the body will stockpile the fat, to the point that the person can't sustain her functions and will faint.
So, those people don't have a lot of choice if they don't want to faint, they need to eat more.
How many "Thyroid condition" do we have in the population ?
I don't know. Anyone has some information ?
I guess that's not very common.
But usually I see fat people at self-service restaurant with :
=> meat, sauce and hydrocarbs
for every single meal!
While I usually take:
=> various raw vegetables without sauce
=> not always meat, but at least one vegetables (fries not excluded but once a week at most)
=> yogourt, fruit or occasional pastry
Guess what ? My weight is stable since over 20 years ( +/- 500g at most), and I'm rather slim.
That's why I show now mercy at all for fat people.
The vast majority of them eat too much, I can see that everywhere.