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    White rice is typically a good option. Pretty...

    White rice is typically a good option. Pretty calorie-dense and not as filling as fibrous sources of carbs or fatty foods.

    Also, as several have already mentioned, drinking your calories is a...
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    Personally, whenever I cut carbs, my strength...

    Personally, whenever I cut carbs, my strength tends to suffer due to not eating enough overall calories; the high protein and fat content of a lower carb diet significantly stunts my appetite. But,...
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    I'm probably the most boring eater on the planet....

    I'm probably the most boring eater on the planet. I like to eat the same foods every day, for whatever reason. Breakfast is typically cottage cheese, orange juice, and (gasp) oatmeal.
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    I prefer to think of my overall caloric intake as...

    I prefer to think of my overall caloric intake as a weekly total rather than a daily total. Like Rich said, one day of overeating will not make a huge difference, as you're likely to compensate by...
  5. Trollolololo lol lol lol

    Trollolololo lol lol lol
  6. Oh come on.

    Oh come on.
  7. Sam's "experiment" is so ridiculously flawed, and...

    Sam's "experiment" is so ridiculously flawed, and it amazes me that people use it as "proof" that calories don't count/HFLC is the best way to eat.
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    Have you been eating a very low carb diet?

    Have you been eating a very low carb diet?
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    Sounds awesome! Make sure you add some butter to...

    Sounds awesome! Make sure you add some butter to slow down the glucose rush....;) (kidding)
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    The only problem with constant carbohydrate...

    The only problem with constant carbohydrate feeding would be if it consistently pushes you into a caloric surplus. Otherwise, assuming adequate intake of other macronutrients, why would it be an...
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    No support that diabetes is not caused by...

    No support that diabetes is not caused by sugar/carbs? Lolwut.
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    Please explain why, if you can. Simply saying...

    Please explain why, if you can. Simply saying someone is wrong helps absolutely no one.
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    Well, one of the main reasons glucose oxidation...

    Well, one of the main reasons glucose oxidation is inhibited is due to excess free fatty acids in the blood stream. This could be due to myriad factors including excessive stress. It's certainly not...
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    Having huge rises and falls in blood sugar...

    Having huge rises and falls in blood sugar (particularly leading to hypoglycemia) is an indication of the inability to oxidize glucose effectively (a faulty metabolism). If you cannot eat...
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    How are they damaging/exhausting?

    How are they damaging/exhausting?
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    There's no reason to worry about insulin unless...

    There's no reason to worry about insulin unless you're diabetic/severely insulin resistant. The insulin = fat gain concept has gone too far. As JoanieL alluded to, protein spikes insulin as well,...
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    There is a lot of conflicting information about...

    There is a lot of conflicting information about high carb vs. low carb, but the best advice anyone can give you is to experiment with both ends of the spectrum, including the middle ground. I've...
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    Either way, the "metabolic advantage" is so small...

    Either way, the "metabolic advantage" is so small to be insignificant when all factors are controlled.

    Carbs are still > fats tho ;)
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    You should certainly consider implementing a carb...

    You should certainly consider implementing a carb refeed once per week, or just a day on which you overeat in general.
  20. No, other than the fact that starches are much...

    No, other than the fact that starches are much easier to overeat when combined with fat.
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    Aren't you a teenager? When I was younger, I...

    Aren't you a teenager? When I was younger, I would get acne no matter what I ate. I don't think acne is an accurate measure of whether or not you're "allergic" to fructose/sucrose.
  22. Lol, I wouldn't put too much stock into what...

    Lol, I wouldn't put too much stock into what Ferriss says about nutrition.
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    I've always slept better on high carb, but it...

    I've always slept better on high carb, but it seems to be very individual.
  24. Typically somewhere between 180-210g.

    Typically somewhere between 180-210g.
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    Now that right there is logic, folks.

    Now that right there is logic, folks.
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