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    Didn't see this till now....in the 2000-2500 zone. I'm male 5'9" 160lbs.
    Well that makes me feel pretty guilty. Lol.

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    Re: addictive properties of nuts/nut butters - I believe that the inflammatory effects of O6 and mycotoxins are important factors. Both elevate heart rate shortly after consumption. I used to eat a lot of nut butters but ditched them about 5 years ago as I found them stupidly addictive. Now I only eat nuts very occasionally (a few times a year) when I eat out.
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    Originally Posted by Neckhammer
    Didn't see this till now....in the 2000-2500 zone. I'm male 5'9" 160lbs.
    Well that makes me feel pretty guilty. Lol.
    I'm 5'9" but always float between 170 and 180, on slightly more calories - but my body fat tends to stay low! It seems like I have more control oover my body composition than I do my weight. Neckhammer, if you eat even more than that do you gain more lean muscle or just overall mass?


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    Grain products. Doughnuts, brownies, cake, if I eat one piece I will eat more. So I never buy these things for myself and I am not in situations where I have access to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paleo-bunny View Post
    Re: addictive properties of nuts/nut butters - I believe that the inflammatory effects of O6 and mycotoxins are important factors. Both elevate heart rate shortly after consumption. I used to eat a lot of nut butters but ditched them about 5 years ago as I found them stupidly addictive. Now I only eat nuts very occasionally (a few times a year) when I eat out.
    Yeah, I'm beginning to think the mycotoxins more so than anything else makes them addictive. If I ate flaked coconut, I'd be effing full after 600 calories, but I can definitely keep going after that many calories in nuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knifegill View Post
    I'm 5'9" but always float between 170 and 180, on slightly more calories - but my body fat tends to stay low! It seems like I have more control oover my body composition than I do my weight. Neckhammer, if you eat even more than that do you gain more lean muscle or just overall mass?
    Good question, I actually got down to 150lbs then attempted to do a "bulk". I put on about 15lbs over the course of 9 months or so. I know I increased lean mass, but cant deny that there was some fat with it.....so I went back to just eating normal (i.e. 2x rather than 3x/day and not downing a bunch of raw milk). Dropped 5 lbs pretty easy and I'm fairly content at 160lbs. So I guess the short answer would be I gained MASS not just lean mass.

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    Brie. I will eat exactly as much as I buy, within a day or two at most. It is ridiculous.

    TJ's now sells mini brie bites, and I take them to work. One is just enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuzzylogic View Post
    Brie.
    Hell... YES: me too.

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    cheese. particularly this one awesome type of crafted soft cheese i bought at the farmers markets that has chunks of apricot through it and is rolled in crushed almonds. i dont think i should buy it tomorrow morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunsis View Post
    cheese. particularly this one awesome type of crafted soft cheese i bought at the farmers markets that has chunks of apricot through it and is rolled in crushed almonds. i dont think i should buy it tomorrow morning.
    Yum! I bet you did buy it, because life's too short!
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