I just quoted an exact post of mine that stated exactly what you were talking about. What are you talking about "moving goalposts"? People are unhealthy, no shit, but you can't point out a single variable of food consumption that is actually killing people. I just said in that exact post modern medical science is keeping people alive. How to reading comprehension?
Originally Posted by J. Stanton
Honestly, I have no idea what you're rambling on about. I'm not sure if you're just not understanding the study, or what. I'll try to make it easier to understand.
This is an abstract of an experiment in progress, not a peer-reviewed paper. A search of Pubmed reveals no further paper on the subject, even though the abstract is over two and a half years old...
...which should tell you something about whether that particular hypothesis turned out to be correct.
Yes, I'm pretty sure Coca-Cola made with HFCS doesn't magically have 5x the amount of calories it says on the label due to "undigested cornstarch". There's 39 grams of either cane sugar or HFCS in a 12 ounce can of Coke. If there were really 5x the amount of carbohydrate, that would be 195 grams of carbohydrate in a single can.
Note that 12 ounces = 1 1/2 cups, and cornstarch weighs 125 grams per cup. I'm pretty sure there isn't OVER A CUP AND A HALF OF CORNSTARCH IN A CUP AND A HALF OF COKE.
The measurements made after hydrolysis revealed about 400-500% more calories(higher carbohydrates) than what was listed on the soda labels, which points to the presence of undigested cornstarch molecules, which corn syrup and HFCS are derived.
It's not that hard to grasp. It also coincides with rising obesity rates.
And you look like nothing but a cheerleader standing on the side with absolutely nothing knowledgeable to contribute aside from anecdotal experiences. "CARBS ARE EVIL (insert internet buzzwords like troll)" Could you be any more unoriginal? No idea why I bother replying to you.
Honestly, Dermapix, just go back to the Peat party. You are making a serious fool of yourself.
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