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    Excess Fat Consumption = Excess Oxidation?

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    Has anybody considered that copious amounts of fat of any kind may lead to extra oxidation? Just wondering what errybody else has to say about it.

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    Read more about the different kinds of fat and their relative susceptibility to oxidation. Plenty out there
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    saturates = very stable
    monos = reasonably stable
    polys = very unstable
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    Well maybe the question then is this: if more calories are consumed because of excess fat, does this mean you age more?

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    Saturated and monounsaturated fats are highly resistant to oxidation. I base my diet on saturated/mono- fats, as much as possible. More fat=less aging. The only bad fats are the omega 6 man made fats/industrial fats.

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    If you are on the primal diet you will be limiting those polys that are very unstable so not really an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrolimeade View Post
    Well maybe the question then is this: if more calories are consumed because of excess fat, does this mean you age more?
    gooood point

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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrolimeade View Post
    well maybe the question then is this: What the fuck am i talking about?
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