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Why do people get pissy about this? What part ofMOAR CHEESE FOR YOUis a bad thing? I'm not trying to ban cheese, for gouda's sake!
No one is pissy, I think, we just want to make sure you understand how completely wrong you are about cheese.
The 'food' industry uses HFCS as you describe cheese. Adding more HFCS to a processed item covers up the item's inherent shittiness of flavor because the human physiology is programmed to hoard anything with sugar.
I would love to do a cheese tasting at Expo.
Betsy and I frequently make an easy meal we call 'taco boats'.Cut a couple bell peppers in half, fill with taco stuff (we just use taco spiced chicken and onions), top with cheese, bake at 350 for about ten minutes, broil for the last couple minutes for browned cheese. If you skip the cheese, also skip the broil, and cover them with something else or the meat will dry out a bit on top.We like this so much, and it's so easy to make, we have it at least once a week.
@RyanMM, the oldest young man I know.GET OFF MY LAWN!
primesuspect said:(Also, I know her IRL and she's awesome)
(Also, I know her IRL and she's awesome)
AlexDeGruven said:Too much protein can also have kidney repercussions, which is why many high-protein, low-fat diets can be very dangerous.
Too much protein can also have kidney repercussions, which is why many high-protein, low-fat diets can be very dangerous.
More science. Not a huge sample size, but an interesting study nonetheless.
I really hate it when media doesn't cite the original study, which is here: http://annals.org/article.aspx?articleid=1900694
For a prospective human study, it is actually a decent sample size - you always want better, but anything with >100 humans is reasonable, so long as you don't try to slice them into too many subgroups, and you randomize and match each group as well as possible. A bigger concern would be that they had people self-report their diets, which is always subject to bias, and do so retroactively, rather than keep dietary notebooks in real time. One notable thing (only because of the title of this thread) was that they did not put the high fat group on a ketogenic diet, only a low carb/low glycemic index diet - they requested the group stay <40g/day carbs, which is about 27-30% of the average calorie intake of the high fat group (remaining was 20% protein; 40% fat), so this really doesn't say as much about "high fat" diets as much as it does about perhaps stepping back from "high-carb" diets to a more even ratio of macronutrients.
Icrontic — Home of the Big Beef Burrito since 8-8-2000, fool.
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