Why aren't vegetarian s obese?
Hi guys, I fallow the primal blueprint for sometime now and I'm so happy with the results, never the less I find indisputable biochemical arguments in favour of the model. However this question can't stop hunting me - why aren't vegetarians obese. They eat mainly grains and starches and yet they are not obese and most of the vegetarians I know are not even skiny fat. All that carbo is supose to skyrocket their insulin, and there for - all additional should be turned into trigliceryds and stored as fat.Yes the all look sick and foggy minded but not obese. This is even their main argument - "I am skiny and I feel very light thats why I become vegetarian". I am strugaling to get this straight
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