Perhaps I've missed it, but are there no pictures in the thread for comparison purposes?
BMI is a crock because it doesn't make a difference between fat weight and muscle weight.Aye.. What a superficial society we have become. ROFL. Body types, metabolism, BMI (which is a crock anyways since it doesn't take into account Bone Density etc) all vary per individual.
Really it comes to down to what type of food you are putting in your body. As we age, some become more intolerant of certain foods.
Isn't Kreb's cycle the mitochondrial process of cellular respiration nowadays known as the Citric Acid cycle?Its all hormonal/Kreb Cycle. The only reason no pill comes out to treat obesity is because it would mean, solving the hormonal/Kreb Cycle dilemma, and no one would get sick and die. Bad for business.
That's true. If a you have an eating disorder and don't take care of your body, you'll be out of shape. Serena once said she was out of shape and had to watch out for what she eat.what a dumb excuse, you could have the best genetics in your family when it comes to weight but if you eat a lot you'll get fat
You may be trollish when it comes to the WS and Federer, but you are pretty sensible guy on most things.Duh!!!
Thats what I said!
You should learn the basics before you comment. GI index does not come into play unless you eat carbs by themselves, which most people don't. Being full and being hungry is all psychological. If you don't have the will power to stop eating once you have hit your calorie limit, then that is on you.I'm confused....you say:
1. Weight gain and loss has nothing to do with genetics
2. The genetics only play a roll in body
Which one is correct? Obviously #1 is not if #2 is. And "role" is the correct word where you used "roll."
Do some research about weight and you'll see genetics DOES have a role in many things including body type and weight. Obviously we're given a certain mold based on our genetic code which will ultimately be tweaked by our daily actions. Those actions include how many calories we eat and how many we expend. What type of foods we eat affects eating habits as some foods burn VERY quickly (say sugar) which we can become hungry faster. Slow-burn fuels keep us full longer and often keep us from eating excessive calories.
==Isn't Kreb's cycle the mitochondrial process of cellular respiration nowadays known as the Citric Acid cycle?
Sorry, read this in my son's biology book, and was dying to mention it somewhere