Dieticians need to stop MESSING with my HEAD and just settle on what does and does not work dietwise. Calories in calories out works and then it doesn't....some stand by the theory and some don't.
How hard can this be?
How can we possibly be here in 2012 and not have a firm understanding of what makes folks fat and what makes them Not Fat?
How can we could JUST be learning this stuff. We were supposed to have flying cars by now instead of having our scientific minds mired down in trying to figure out how the hell human beings can keep from getting too fat.
Here are four myths I read about today in a CBSNews article
- A calorie is a calorie is a calorie
- Calorie counts are always accurate
- Counting calories is the key to weight control
- Cutting 3500 calories equals one pound of weight loss
But I am trying to track down exactly about this whole business about calories from different foods functioning differently in the body. Here's what the article wrote:
So there it is.