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Comment: Re:Staying with the Halo theme eh? (Score 1) 62

by losfromla (#49361537) Attached to: New Screenshots Detail Spartan Web Browser For Windows 10 Smartphones

hahahaha, you got me! That's good, I feel so embarrassed now. j/k
So, you're a fanboy and the right tool for the job for you will always be provided by microsoft, that's cool, just be upfront about it, ok?

I don't think that anyone would think you are a hipster for liking M$. Is that what you meant to write or did you mistype?

Comment: Re:eliminate extra sugar (Score 1) 496

by losfromla (#49335801) Attached to: Hacking Weight Loss: What I Learned Losing 30 Pounds

I agree, you aren't going to get too exact, so I think you have to use judgment and eyeball the fat content and calculate accordingly. You'll be off a bit but you will be closer than by not doing any estimation and math at all. I stick to vegetables that have negligible net carbs so those don't count for anything, fats and oils I weigh, I treat fatty proteins as proteins because I probably eat more protein that I need given my weight and sedentary lifestyle so for me it is pretty simple. If I were more concerned about protein intake due to a bodybuilding hobby/addiction, I would probably just compensate fatty proteins by adding more protein. I am not very strict as you can tell but my methods work fine for my needs.

Comment: Re:Common sense (Score 1) 496

by losfromla (#49331699) Attached to: Hacking Weight Loss: What I Learned Losing 30 Pounds

Perhaps not but you strongly implied it by tying it to "40% of the daily recommended intake". So it is 1000 calories over a week? A month? A year? You were implying that you burn off almost half of your recommended daily intake by running that many calories off in a day. So, which is it? How much are you exercising away per day? Enquiring minds want to know.

Comment: Re:eliminate extra sugar (Score 1) 496

by losfromla (#49331663) Attached to: Hacking Weight Loss: What I Learned Losing 30 Pounds

Ketone is not a waste product, read the first paragraph here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K...

High carb + higher carb is what is happening in the American diet and high carbs are the problem.

High carb + high carb + low fat is also a problem, see?

High healthy fats + high healthy fats = not easy to overeat because you feel so damned full. I did this just a couple of days ago and man did I feel full on a very low volume of food, maybe a cupful of cabbage and an ounce of broccoli with four ounces of fatty rib meat and maybe four more ounces fat and oil. So probably about 2500 calories but I could probably have gone all day on that meal, except it was dinner so I just went to sleep. No acid reflux, no bad dreams, no digestive problems...

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