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/fit/ Health & Fitness

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:07:06 No.23410050

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Hi, quick question, are whole boiled eggs a good fit food? I love them but not sure if there may have too much fat in them. Can I keep eating them whole?


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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:07:53 No.23410060
Hard boiled or baked is probably the healthiest way to eat eggs.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:08:14 No.23410064

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>>23410050
>too much fat

fucking fda assholes...

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:09:15 No.23410078
>>23410050
>>23410064
I eat 3 for breakfast every day. Hard boiled eggs are like the perfect food.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:09:19 No.23410079
For bulking they're great.

And if I remember correctly, the saturated fat and cholesteral in eggs don't contribute to high bad cholesteral in the body or heart problems.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:11:51 No.23410107
>>23410079
It's got nothing to do with eggs; it's just that dietary cholesterol has no correlation with blood cholesterol

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:14:00 No.23410144
>>23410107
What about saturated fat? Is that as bad as everyone says it is?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:15:53 No.23410169
Eggs are fucking amazing and don't let anyone tell you to just eat the whites. Most of the nutrition is in the yolk while most of the protein is in the whites.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:15:56 No.23410171
>>23410144

Most of fit would say no.
The truth is, different people say different things. If it is bad, it's not clearly terrible for you, the way chain smoking or asbestos are.
Personally I think saturated fat is a great thing to eat.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:16:11 No.23410176
>>23410144
no. and neither is salt(well table salt at least)

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:17:19 No.23410193
I eat 9 a day.
They are good.
Prepare for farts.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:17:24 No.23410196
>>23410144
No, it is not. Metastudies in the last decade found that all that sat-fat-is-bad crap was bad science. Saturated fat is no worse for your heart than carbs are, and the real result is that some polyunsaturated fats have heart benefits above what's normal.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:17:53 No.23410204
Eggs are great...If you lose the yolk, you lose most of the nutrients.

This whole "fat is bad" shit is a myth...There are bad fats, and there are good fats. The fat in eggs falls under good fats.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:19:36 No.23410233
There is never a time to not eat boiled eggs.If left to my own devices i will down a dozen a day.They make great snacks.I've heard they can make you constipated,but I've never had problems.even uf i did id probably still eat the shit out of them.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:20:53 No.23410263
>>23410204
And by bad fats you mean rancid fats and trans fats that aren't naturally occurring in cheese etc. Good fats are pretty much everything else.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:21:38 No.23410274
Eggs are God's gift. Up until recently I ate 3 most mornings and there were no negative effects.
Also, it's fun to dick around with ways to cooking them

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:23:03 No.23410300
>>23410233
"if left to my own devices" hahaha. Not sure why, but this made me lol. Most of /fit/ would prob just be jerking off to zyzz pics.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:24:01 No.23410318
>>23410144
saturated fat is fat your body doesn't burn or use immediately. it bypasses metabolic processes and is directly stored as fat. the only way yiu can burn saturated fats is to do exercise where your heart rate is in the fat burn zone

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:29:32 No.23410391
Protip: add a tablespoon of baking soda to the water when you boil eggs. Makes the shell peel off a lot easier and faster.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:35:01 No.23410482

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>>23410318
>so much fucking momscience

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:36:03 No.23410501
>>23410050
It is. I'm eating 8 eggs every second day, 4 of them whitout the yolk,but that to avoid a vitamin A excess as I also eat sweet potatoes.

I had a blood test this monday and all my cholesterol levels, tryglicerids, HDL and LDL are pretty well.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:36:55 No.23410513
>>23410391
i just fill the pot up with cold after boiling and let the eggs sit in for a minute or two. works a charm

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:38:16 No.23410539
>>23410176
I eat 2500mg of sodium above the recommended amount per day. am I gon die?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:38:42 No.23410547
>>23410050
Moderation fool. I'd say around 4 daily at max depending on your size and the rest of your diet. If they are "organic" 5 because they're smaller.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:39:43 No.23410560
>>23410482
Alright mr. phd in nutrition, how does the body deal with saturated fat?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:40:05 No.23410568
>>23410539
You need 3-5g a day.

If you're eating 5.5g, you might want to cut down a bit.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:41:59 No.23410597
>>23410539
Nigga is you exzurcizin and swehtin? What about drinkin water... Ok then you iight.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:43:00 No.23410621

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>>23410501
proof

>in b4 spanish

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:43:24 No.23410632
>>23410513
Yes, this is a must, no green/gray yolks here.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:44:05 No.23410648
>>23410318
> the only way yiu [sic] can burn saturated fats is to do exercise where your heart rate is in the fat burn zone

wat

captcha: his atribro

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:45:26 No.23410677
>>23410050
So long as you're keeping track of your calories and macros so you don't go overboard on the fat content, there's no reason not to eat them, they're high-quality, complete protein.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:46:15 No.23410685
>>23410648
do you know the difference between a cardiovascular heart rate and a fat burn heart rate?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:57:51 No.23410851
>>23410539
what kind of salt? sea salt is fantastic and most traditional cultures will use upwards of 10x that amount daily

animals also lick salt rocks, which to me indicates a incredible need for salt. remember that salt is a basic part of neurochemistry, its needed to pass signals from cell to cell

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 02:58:58 No.23410869
>>23410851
>implying there are different kinds of sodium chloride

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:01:01 No.23410905
>>23410869
>implying its not the ratio to other minerals that matter

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:01:24 No.23410910

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>>23410050
I only eat 2 eggs a day cause of the cholesterol but apparently I was wrong about that and the high cholesterol was a miscalculation by the FDA- but I'm sticking with 2 just to be safe

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:02:06 No.23410919
>>23410144
No, saturated fat is fine.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:06:54 No.23410990
I started being allergic to eggs 3 years ago for no fucking reason. I can eat any egg containing product or really anything made with eggs in it. But fuck me if I eat JUST an egg,let alone a goddamn omelet. My throat closes and my chest feels like it will burst,its so painful. I can hardly breath. I hate this so much.

Will it ever go away?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:10:04 No.23411041
>>23410910
Cholesterol wasn't a "miscalculation", it was straight up broscience.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:10:52 No.23411054
>>23410990
>Will it ever go away?
Who knows bro, just don't get your eggspectations too high.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:12:59 No.23411082
>>23410990
It might but it's hard to say eggsactly when.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:17:19 No.23411170
Eggs contain high dietary cholesterol as well as a decent fat/protein ratio. The high dietary cholesterol and fats make your body increase production of testosterone.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:18:59 No.23411201
>>23410990
I hope it does bro, I'd be eggstatic for you if so

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:21:09 No.23411242
>>23411201
>>23411082
>>23411054
I already fucking hate this place and you faggots are egging it on.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:23:37 No.23411283
>>23410144

saturated fat simply is a fat that contains no double bonds of Carbon. This means it can be packed in much easier and thus requires more effort to unpack as opposed to monounsaturated (1 carbon double bond) and poly (multiple)

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:24:02 No.23411291
>>23410144
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20071648

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:24:52 No.23411309
>>23411283
carbon monoxide is simply one carbon atom bonded to one oxygen molecule, as opposed to the two oxygen molecules in carbon dioxide.

Shall we go on?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:25:41 No.23411323
>>23410263
Yep.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:27:27 No.23411349
>>23410685
>fat burn heart rate
kill yourself

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:27:28 No.23411350
>>23411309

what's with the smart ass attitude of this board?

it's not that saturated fat is bad, it's just that replacing it with mono and polyunsaturated fat alternatives may be a better substitute since these fats reduce your chances of cardiovascular disease and various types of cancer.

fat is still fat and all of it still contains the same amount of kcal per gram. it's something about the unpacking process I still don't really understand so well.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:27:44 No.23411354
Low fat is a gimmick, eat as much fat as you want. It doesn't get turned into bodyfat you know.

Also, don't eat egg whites because that is retarded. The yolk has all the good parts.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:28:36 No.23411361
>>23410263
trans fat can occur in nature, you're probably thinking of hydrogenated.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:29:13 No.23411374
>>23411361
thats why he said "that aren't naturally occurring in cheese etc."

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:30:18 No.23411389
>>23411374
yeah good call on that.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:30:22 No.23411391
>>23411350
why not just eat lots of all the fats and then lower carb?
>>23411354
why not both?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:30:54 No.23411401
>>23411391
I meant eating just the egg whites is retarded.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:31:29 No.23411412
>>23411309
Yes, and due to the dipole dipole interaction carbon monoxide has stronger intermolecular forces than carbon dioxide amirite?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:32:01 No.23411423
>>23411391
because converting fat to energy is not as efficient as carbs.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:33:21 No.23411454
>>23411423
are you sure? considering they're 9kcal instead of 4kcal, I would think it would be more efficient.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:34:39 No.23411473
>>23411454
ARE YOU FUCKING RETARDED SON?

Think about what is the basic unit used for cellular respiration. It's glucose

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:35:33 No.23411487
>>23411412
babby's first chemistry class

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:37:29 No.23411535
>>23411454
It goes through an entirely different process. fat cannot get converted into pyruvate but instead directly goes into Acetl Coa. I'm not sure if any ATP is gained in that reaction

it does go through the ETC though which is where a majority of energy comes in. but you're spending more than double your caloric intake for a less efficient process...

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:41:26 No.23411605
>>23410144

It's bad when eaten in conjunction with poor diet and exercise.

Otherwise, it's totally fine.

I.E. The average American diet of 25% high fructose corn syrup.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:48:10 No.23411727
>>23411473
no, i didnt major in cellular biology

also, gluconeogenesis

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:53:04 No.23411824
Scrambled or Whole /fit/?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:53:34 No.23411832
>>23411727
But glucose shit you should have learnt in highschool.

Looks like gluconeogenesis is making glucose from substances other than carbs. Wouldn't it be logical to think it's more efficient to convert carbs into energy since they are made of glucose in the first place?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:57:15 No.23411878
>>23411832
logical? probably not. functioning entirely? i dont know, and i cant find any sources on it

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:41:45 No.23413298
they are but you need a shit load of them to get any actual benefit out of it

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:34:18 No.23414883
THE ONLY BLOOD MARKER THAT CORRELATES WITH HEART ISSUES 100% IS HOMOCYSTEINE!

HOMOCYSTEINE!

CHECK YOUR FUCKING HOMOCYSTEINE LEVELS!!!

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:38:37 No.23414908
anyone here prefer them fried or scrambled?

I usually change it up every week. 3 week cycle
Hard Boiled - Over Easy - Scrambled
then back to Hard boiled and repeat

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:41:31 No.23414925

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>>23410685
gr8 b8 m8

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:43:41 No.23414940
>>23410318
>exercise where your heart rate is in the fat burn zone
>(DOUBT)

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:44:39 No.23414944
>/fit/ knows nothing about fat and what it does for the body
>/fit/ thinks you can have too much fat in a calorie allowance

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:44:49 No.23414946
>>23410318
>imagining whole globs of lipids being absorbed through microvilli and pushed around by cells into your subcutaneous layer

10/10 I lol'd hard

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:45:49 No.23414953
>>23414883
Is this true??? What is homocysteine and how does it change/why is it correlated to closely to heart disease?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:52:03 No.23415008
>>23411727
Gluconeogenesis exists only to help your brain survice, it needs 20-30g of glucose/day.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:52:50 No.23415024
>>23411454
Yes. Lipids have lots of energy. Which is why they are the storage form of energy. But everything you eat gets broken down into glucose, glycogen, polypeptides and fatty acids. Whatever you don't burn up (read: use to make atp)or anabolize into proteins gets built into a lipid (or glycogen in the liver) to store in adipose tissue for future use.

That being said, your body will make fat out of any carbon chains you give it if you give it too many, be it from protein carbs or fat.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:52:58 No.23415027

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