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Unread 03-11-2009, 09:12 AM
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Unread 03-11-2009, 01:53 PM
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Very nice article.
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Thank you for the article.

Do you think the results would change with a fourth diet, consisting of: pure sucrose, soy protein isolate and hydrogenated oil? Assuming identical macro ratio and caloric total.

I get your thinking about "clean" vs. "unclean". I'm just curious if a no whole foods diet would make a difference.
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Reverse the question: fundamentally speaking, why wouldn't it be the same? That is, why would that combination of foods being protein, carbs and fat generate a different hormonal response than what this study tested?

And 'because it will' is not an answer. Physiologically, why would you expect this to be the case.
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Great article Lyle, this article should be addressed especially to those people who belong to the extremes of both sides: the clean eating freaks and fastfood junkies. I think food discrimination isn't really a good idea, I love to achieve a very lean and toned physique yet I don't see anything wrong in treating yourself at least once a week for a fastfood or a restaurant food, what really matters is what you eat most of the time rather than what you eat all the time as long as you're hitting the macronutrients you need to sustain life.
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I can't think of a reason. I guess that 'conventional wisdom' is telling me that I'm forgetting something.

Maybe, I'm losing my marbles but besides hormonal responses, there will be physiological differences between the groups, right?

I appreciate the responses. I'm learning a lot from reading your articles.
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Wow, this report is like a secret birthday wish from the researchers to me. and it's not even my birthday!

I would have guessed that the hippie turkey meal would have had more fiber in it. Thus my surprise at there not being any differences in the rate of changes.
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