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    Nah you're good. Honestly, while calories...

    Nah you're good. Honestly, while calories "matter" if you're eating healthy things and working out I believe it's very unlikely you will gain weight. Peter Attia, who is on a ketogenic diet (what...
  2. Yeah I'm excited

    Yeah I'm excited
  3. He said it's possible, but I get the point haha. ...

    He said it's possible, but I get the point haha. I wouldn't expect it to be, but I'm always expecting there to be a downside to everything :p

    Anyways, after further review, but ignoring the...
  4. Also if you're sleeping well, I'd say that's a...

    Also if you're sleeping well, I'd say that's a big factor in keeping the evil munchies away - eating 2000 calories of crap your body may be able to adapt to, but if you eat 4000 calories of crap...
  5. It is possible that ketosis could be harmful over...

    It is possible that ketosis could be harmful over time, as some people may not adapt as well to very low carbohydrate and can become glucose deficient: Carbohydrate Deficiency | Perfect Health Diet
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    Cool stuff, thanks. Is there any particular...

    Cool stuff, thanks. Is there any particular reason you chose the basic science side of the "applied" spectrum rather than the clinical/translational side?

    And did you ever consider medical school...
  7. Fish Oil - The Good, The Bad, and The Rats

    Too Much of a Good(?) Thing: When Fish Oil Starts Clogging Your Arteries and Fattening Up Your Liver. - SuppVersity: Nutrition and Exercise Science for Everyone

    So 1-2g when eating vegetable oils,...
  8. Vitamin D: 1 Billion People Worldwide Are Vitamin...

    Vitamin D: 1 Billion People Worldwide Are Vitamin D Deficient or Insufficient - SuppVersity: Nutrition and Exercise Science for Everyone

    Suppversity has a lot of studies and data on vitamin D.
  9. Yeah I didn't mean that the current topic was...

    Yeah I didn't mean that the current topic was CT-related, I was just noting how much you like cold-related topics haha. I agree about the seasonality angle (wasn't there some post by mark about a...
  10. Sure thing

    Sure thing
  11. Haha back to the love of ice Otzi (I remember...

    Haha back to the love of ice Otzi (I remember joining those CT discussions).

    Reminds me of those self-freezing frogs: Antifreeze-Like Blood Lets Frogs Freeze and Thaw With Winter's Whims
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  12. Loving the factoids guys, and the ability to...

    Loving the factoids guys, and the ability to listen to science (and the scientist). Paleobird how many years have you been posting?? You have almost 8000 posts in case you didn't know :)

    Anyways,...
  13. You don't want to eat potatoes pre-workout,...

    You don't want to eat potatoes pre-workout, because as you said it will be stored as fat if your muscles aren't insulin sensitive (like they are after a workout). You want to eat only fibrous veggies...
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    ^This is amazing. If we changed the title of this...

    ^This is amazing. If we changed the title of this forum to "Paleo Viagra in 3 easy steps", I bet this thread's popularity would skyrocket.
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    That's a pretty awesome theory. Can excess water...

    That's a pretty awesome theory. Can excess water retention in the wrong places actually cause inflammation? If so, CT +1, CW 0. I read the book too - probably my favorite science book (besides the...
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    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/25/health/brown-fat...

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/25/health/brown-fat-burns-ordinary-fat-study-finds.html?_r=1

    This article says it's 250 calories over a 3 hour period, where the water used was 18 degrees celsius....
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    Yeah Scholar and PubMed are like my life, sadly...

    Yeah Scholar and PubMed are like my life, sadly enough. I saw a bit of that shift in opinion on BAT as a bunch of people started referencing it with new studies (some of my friends even mentioned...
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    Thanks! I went on a research-binge after I...

    Thanks! I went on a research-binge after I discovered MDA, and have wanted to get more involved with this place ever since. Lovin' all the cool discussions going on - currently in college, and...
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    Sounds like a pretty good plan. If you've been...

    Sounds like a pretty good plan. If you've been low-carb for awhile, you might want to also try carb refeeds ala Leangains, because after extended LC you probably are insulin sensitive but have low...
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    Diet and exercise are certainly more effective...

    Diet and exercise are certainly more effective than CT (although I am interested in how a combination of all three would work - going even stricter on diet, harder/softer on exercise, and adding in...
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    I can see all the benefits of CT, in terms of BAT...

    I can see all the benefits of CT, in terms of BAT and increased caloric expenditure. But I don't see why that would be the only thing that could break a weight loss plateau for some people? Diet and...
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    This study from 1995 seems to refute the point that "because Michael Phelps and Lance Armstrong (and Lance might not even, seems to me that was a rumor - evidence?) train in the cold, they...
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    This is similar to a science daily article that...

    This is similar to a science daily article that came out recently (maybe the same? too lazy to check) New diet: Top off breakfast with -- chocolate cake?

    The basic idea is that metabolism is high...
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    I don't particularly have any reason to think...

    I don't particularly have any reason to think he's right beyond the fact that he seems to specialize in the topic of gut-health. The fact that he contradicted the CW of Dr. Oz leads me to believe he...
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    Mark made a post about this: What is Biphasic...

    Mark made a post about this: What is Biphasic Sleep? | Mark's Daily Apple

    And there were some studies done on 14 hours of darkness (if there were no artificial lights) causing sleep to split in...
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