There is value in cravings, because if you look behind them, they inform you that something is missing or not quite right. It's up to you to interpret the meaning behind a wild lust for cake, or various other junk food, and better substitute that with some other substance. As I already said. Though, if you lack the mind for it, as you clearly do, you'll just continue looking at cravings through a pin hole and miss the big picture.
Originally Posted by primalmedic413
"The fact that a taste of chocolate can provoke a wild lust for more chocolate, or that once cigarette renews the addiction, does not mean that the presence of chocolate or nicotine in the blood creates a craving. Rather, it is that an organism in an unstable state perceives the availability of something which promises to partially restore the desired stability."
 for the rest of that nonsense, as you clearly don't know what you're talking about regarding insulin and probably get all your information from low carb primal blogs.
Majority of lean people consume most of their calories from carbs, clearly don't know what you're implying besides desperately trying way too hard to look cool by rehashing a long passed "popular" opinion.
Ignore him. Derpamix is our resident troll who's young, super tall, super skinny and thinks its ok to eat 300 grams of carbs a day and that the rest of us are crazy for not being able to do the same and stay at a cocaine addict's weight.
No one thinks I'm the resident troll anymore, you're behind the times. I've helped countless people on these forums already from the disastrous effects of low carb paleo.
Last edited by Derpamix; 05-22-2013 at 07:29 PM.
Time is passing so quickly. Right now, I feel like complaining to Einstein. Whether time is slow or fast depends on perception. Relativity theory is so romantic. And so sad.