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From: John Rose (107.136.181.36)
Subject:         WHAT A FOOL BELIEVES...
Date: November 19, 2014 at 10:33 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Could you please specify what is posted by temp on November 19, 2014 at 3:50 am:

chris/temp/POWERLIAR wrote:

"You have some 80/10/10ers eating 200-300g extra grams of sugar daily and wondering why their gaining weight on such diet or why they have elevated blood triglycerides(blood fats). Ironic to have high blood fat levels like many high carb, low fat vegans do, considering you guys are so scared of fats."

No chris/temp/POWERLIAR, it's NOT Ironic, as it only shows how IGNORANT you are about how our bodies work. Thereís a very good reason why triglycerides are elevated and Iíll explain that reason for those with an open mind below, so you - chris/temp/POWERLIAR - can just IGNORE the Truth as you always do.

Why are Triglyceride Levels Higher on a Low Fat Diet?

If we consume and expend 2,500 Calories a day and 45% of those Calories that we consume and expend are Fat, 45% are Carbohydrates and 10% are Protein, then it will take just over 12 hours to digest those Fats at a rate of 93 Calories an hour.

However, if we consume and expend 2,500 Calories a day and 45% of those Calories that we expend are Fat, but 90% of our Calories that we consume are Carbohydrates eaten in 2 meals, then it will only take about 4 hours to digest those 2250 Carbohydrates, 1125 of which are excess Carbohydrates.

So it takes ~12 hours to assimilate 1125 Calories of Fat (2,500 X .45) and it only takes ~4 hours to assimilate those 2250 Carbohydrates, 1125 of which are excess Carbohydrates that are converted to Fat and they are DONE so much quicker and easier than had we consumed Fat.

So why are Triglyceride Levels Higher on a Low Fat Diet?

Itís because Carbohydrates, ESPECIALLY FRUIT, are easier and quicker to assimilate. Excess Carbohydrates are STORED as FAT FASTER than FAT is STORED as FAT and it is healthier to have Higher Triglyceride Levels than it is Lower Triglyceride Levels, unless these Levels are associated with Metabolic Syndrome, which is impossible on a relatively Low Fat Raw Vegan Diet.

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