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Lyle,

How much fiber do you recommend for the purpose of staying full?
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10+ g/meal is probably a good starting place. Most people get far less fiber than they should
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Fiber seems to constipate me (though I have other problems in this regard, undiagnosed as of yet)

Weird stuff. Wonder if its the type of fiber thats at issue
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this was not the article to make a huge distinction between soluble and insoluble fiber
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this was not the article to make a huge distinction between soluble and insoluble fiber
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Lyle,

Great article. One question, though.

I read somewhere (can't place it right now) that in animal studies- fiber didn't suppress appetite. Water, fiber, etc was added to food to make it less calorically dense. Regardless of how 'bulky' the food was, animals ate until protein requirements were met (similar calories).

Certainly not questioning you - just wondering if you had heard that? Thoughts?

Thanks.

Joe
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great article. my roommate is very obese, at least 130 pounds overweight, and I've noticed that "hunger", however she defines it, is her excuse for every bowl of popcorn, dorito, donut, or second helping. even with her doctor telling her she has to lose weight, that she has metabolic syndrome, that she's now getting stress fractures in her feet because of her weight..."hunger" trumps.
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great article. my roommate is very obese, at least 130 pounds overweight, and I've noticed that "hunger", however she defines it, is her excuse for every bowl of popcorn, dorito, donut, or second helping. even with her doctor telling her she has to lose weight, that she has metabolic syndrome, that she's now getting stress fractures in her feet because of her weight..."hunger" trumps.
Laziness is the key to dieting successfully; if you're too lazy to get your I need to read the rules post.I need to read the rules post.I need to read the rules post. off the couch/computer chair to make/fetch food to satisfy your hunger, you'll lose weight.

That and meal planning.
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Laziness is the key to dieting successfully; if you're too lazy to get your I need to read the rules post.I need to read the rules post.I need to read the rules post. off the couch/computer chair to make/fetch food to satisfy your hunger, you'll lose weight.

That and meal planning.
Meal planning sucks. Different people need different approaches.

IF-style dieting is the only way I can maintain sub-10% BF with ease, while still going out and not worrying about hitting calorie/macro-targets all the time. Big props to Work (Martin - Lean Gains) and Brad Pilon (ESE) for their IF-protocols.

Martin's upcoming book is a must read.
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