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    I know you've tried lots of different variations, so I'm glad to hear you've found the "sweet spot"; for your own weight loss


    Keep up the good work!


    I'd say "Grok on"; but I'm afraid that's far too corny for me, hehe


    ETA - SS - I've always said, I'm not lazy - I'm just efficient!


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    SS, we should have a nice, fatty steak and some beer....and no exercise!


    Yeah, I'm doing my walks and some bike sprints, but those are really, really pushing the limits of what I'm willing to do.


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    Spices, rubs, and marinades! And don't forget sea salt. That stuff could make plywood taste great.


    Try canned tuna and sea salt smeared into celery stalks. Crunchy! Salty! Tuna-y!


    What is more fun than that?


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    Why aren't you willing to work out hard?


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    I like a high-fat diet, but if I ingest too much in the day, my stomach gets really queasy, so I've dropped it a bit.


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    Some people just flat out hate exercise arthur.


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    low blood sugar causes hunger and prevent satiety.

    high-carb suppresses glucogenesis and the body relies on the little circulating glucose available, leading to hunger after two hours or less.

    Getting hungry soon after a meal is a prerogative of high carb eating and the reason why everyone stops functioning at work or school in middle morning and afternoon.


    high-protein stimulates glucogenesis, which is why you can go for 12 hours and more without eating and feel no hunger.


    fat doesn't stimulate much glucogenesis and although you are extremely fat adapted your body will still get hungry when circulating glucose levels are lowering after a meal.


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    arthurb999, why do you like to exercise so much?


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    "I second the thought that we are all different. I tend to be more of a pragmatist though, and really love steak, so boredom or zero-ish carbing are not issues for me. I have actually reached a point where I crave fatty meat and find the most satisfaction after literally gorging on it. But then again, that's me."


    lol sound like me, dude.


    for a few years now, i've craved fatty meat and such more and more as time goes on. actually went zero-carb a couple of weeks ago and have not thought twice about it.


    ..........however, i do still have the beer binges, as well. been 2 week sans-suds and it's been a struggle. lol


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