It might just be that I have too much CW ingrained into me from culinary school and nutrition classes, but I can't wrap my mind around the concept of eating more calories and fat than ever, EVER, before and losing weight. I believe it's effective, but I'm a nuts a bolts kind of person, I wan't to understand how it works. I'm educated on the effects of insulin in the process of storing fat, I understand that excess protein will be converted into glycogen in the liver, thus producing insulin, I can quote you GI's on almost any vegetable, carb counts on every nut, but I just can't understand the fat breakdown. I'm reading Good Calories Bad Calories currently, so if its in the book, just tell me to shut up and keep reading. But still, if anyone is feeling expressive and generous, help me understand.... Please?
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Eat fat burn fat?