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    The max. burn from fat per day is 22kcal/lb?

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    Seems silly really. I appreciate the effort of putting it in mathematical terms of caloric load, but the reality is that resistance training and protein are the predominate ways to retain muscle while losing fat. A calculation of how much fat you could theoretically access and burn does nothing to promote the hormonal response necessary to do so. Any plan of action that does not adequately address protein needs and training is doomed to fail when it comes to body comp... no matter how much caloric arithmetic you do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atwood View Post
    Rolls, bagels, cereals, low fat bran muffins, crackers, or Melba toast,
    Low fat protein such as peanut butter, lean meat, poultry or fish, or boiled eggs,
    Peanut butter is not low fat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eKatherine View Post
    Peanut butter is not low fat.
    +1

    You'd think the word 'butter' would have been a clue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atwood View Post
    Rolls, bagels, cereals, low fat bran muffins, crackers, or Melba toast,
    Yuck! Why?

    Your linked website seems oddly anti-fat, pro whole wheat. Are you sure you're in the right place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kayell View Post
    Yuck! Why?

    Your linked website seems oddly anti-fat, pro whole wheat. Are you sure you're in the right place?
    In the right place to spam that website. All this person's posts are pushing a conventional diet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eKatherine View Post
    In the right place to spam that website. All this person's posts are pushing a conventional diet.
    Because this is such a great place to pick up people who are into that. :eyes: Must want the ad views.

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    I tend to take most information like this as guidelines, and focus more on keeping intake low carb and making sure I get enough protein.

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    No way, the log rollers back in the day were said to require 10,000 calories per day to maintain their weight.

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