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 No.311496[View All]

do beverages even make sense? do they deserve to exist? i don't think so. beverages are shit. i question the general concept behind them. when i see someone drink lemonade i instantly consider that person an idiot; that someone who is drinking sugary industry juice because they made it taste nice. that's someone who was tricked into selfharm to me.

myself i like to drink fruit juices. i very much believe in the juices i make myself from real fruit. a fresh juice from an apple? that's so nice that everything else compared feels like a waste. occasional get distracted and resort to buying in boxes from the supermarket. currently i drink nothing but water. drinking only water is fine too though. that's plenty especially when the food is as dense as modern food. that's plenty for the body.

AND THEN FAT PEOPLE LIKE TO BUY CASES AND CASES OF STUPID STUFF THEY DRINK THAT THE FACTORY MADE. SOME EVEN HAVE ALCOHOL IN THEM 😆

people drinking alcohol is so funny to me. i use 99% isopropyl alcohol to dissolve spraypaint off when some asshole spraypaints my car. and the same stuff people drink for fun. that's just more self-harm. why they keep harming themselves.
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 No.311697

>>311696
not him, but zero calories doesn't mean it doesn't affect your body in some way. there are studies that show that artificial sugar can produce a insulin spike just like real sugar and that influences if and/or when the body burns fat. the calorie in/out conceptualization is too simplistic to account for all the variables in a person's metabolism.

 No.311698

>>311696
>Your post makes no sense because Pepsi Max has literally zero calories. It's not making anyone fat.

i don't believe you read the post but regardless, i can tell you respect calories and i look down on you for it. you don't question deep enough. you question minor details based within the framework of established conversational habit and that is a mistake. your degree of questioning is within establishment bounds. what you would do if you were smart is this: your questioning would include the validity of the framework and if the framework is not a genuinely useful tool, you would leave it behind.

calories are a useless information, i do not respect calories, what i do instead is bothering to keep track of how each type of food digests. you can not reduce the complex issue of human digestion into a number. fuck your number.

 No.311702

>>311697
>not him, but zero calories doesn't mean it doesn't affect your body in some way.

the dude (clearly conditioned by the same min/max logic of currency systems) probably believes that a certain number of calorie is needed by the body. less is starvation and more is getting fat and it does not matter what the food is because everything is just this calory number.

furthermore he most likely believes the body bothers to store unused calories; like his body is a bank account. he thinks his body cleverly digests the food, retains only the energy and saves it in the body to be used at a later date when times are not as plentiful. the currency logic makes him think that he is an investor but he can not access his bank account and also the interest payment is cancer…

meanwhile what he believes are his fat reserves is more accurately seen as a malfunctioning digestion process that simply can not keep up with the massive loads and exceeds the body's capacity to clean itself. so the body carries on uncleaned with lymphatic systems so stagnant that they turn his lymph into cheese, including the characteristic smell. microorganisms love this internal human cheese. what a great investment, why not have another slice of pizza; i'm way over here where the air smells better crunching on an apple in the meantime.

 No.311710

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>>311702
Then explain how Auschwitz only had underweight skeletons and not a single overweight prisoner, if weight isn't simply an equation of calories expended daily vs. calories eaten.

 No.311711

>>311710
Himmler lyposuctioned the fat out of those Jews in order to make soap

 No.311712

>>311711
Where are the lipo scars? Their bodies are uniformly skin and bone everywhere.

 No.311713

>>311712
>Where are the lipo scars?
can't show, rule 7

 No.311726

>>311710
>Then explain how Auschwitz only had underweight skeletons

my first guess would be they did not eat enough. i don't see how this relates to the nonsensical invention of calory.

 No.311729

>>311710

i have seen none of you calorie believers ever bothered to care how many of the calories where pooped out again unused. you pride yourself on knowing how much energy goes into the system but do you know how much energy comes out? no.

do you know whether there is a difference in each food on how much of it goes out again unused? nope you not know.

do you know whether everyone excretes the same amount of unused calories? no you don't.

do you know how much unused calories should be excreted? of course not, you would not even know what parameters to choose in such an experiment.

the more you think about how the human turns food into energy, the more you care about digestion. it is more of an artform or a craft then a science.

these short sighted math acolytes in their undignified quest to lie and pretend that math is the purest of all the sciences will have you believe it makes sense to express the complex interconnected issue of human digestion as just another number. that's not science, that's the same greed you find in monetary systems. i twisty my lips while stroking my beard in arrogance towards your smallminded legacy ideology of currency and math.

 No.311730

>>311729
you would go this far to defend whales chugging pepsi max

of course it's not a perfect system. but for losing weight it is sufficient to understand consume less calories

 No.311732

>>311729
>i have seen none of you calorie believers ever bothered to care how many of the calories where pooped out again unused. you pride yourself on knowing how much energy goes into the system but do you know how much energy comes out?
That isn't how it works.
The energy output isn't poop. Poop is a waste product.

Are you just trolling or did you get straight F's in biology all your life?

 No.311734

>>311729
The body pretty efficiently digests everything by the time it reaches the other side of you, over 95% of the calories. There are some differences in how much energy is lost to heat from one macronutrient to the next, but the only one that has significant losses to heat is protein. Your body is also not equally good at converting all macronutrients to fat. Fat and carbs are easy to store while excess protein takes more steps to turn into sugar and sometimes can just be turned into waste products like urea and filtered out by the kidneys if your body can't use it all. So basically your body will absorb virtually 100% of the fat and sugar calories you ingest and like 80% of the protein calories.

 No.311735

>>311734
btw, I should mention that research shows that more processed foods are easier to digest and therefore lose less energy to heat. The two main factors are protein and fiber. So if you destroy the fiber (like in juicing) it means you're increasing the amount of calories available to the body.

 No.311736

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You're entertaining the argumentative side of a guy who believes that knowledge regarding carrot's benefits on eye health is "deep vegan lore". He's only here because everywhere else he'd like to be has kicked him out for being how he's being here.

 No.311737

>>311734
I wouldn't call conversations to heat as waste since with warm blooded animals like humans it's apart of maintaining homeostasis. Bodies are cool like that. What would be waste in a artificial system is put to productive use.

 No.311740

>>311730
>of course it's not a perfect system. but for losing weight it is sufficient to understand consume less calories

>but for losing weight it is sufficient to understand consume less


then why even have calories? there is no reason. the only reason calories make sense is if you desperately seek reasons to do more math and go so far as to invent reasons to do it. like a lonely person inventing imaginary friends.

you could have known that you lose weight if you eat less without having to invent math. seriously the more i see you acolytes defend it without a reason the more i consider mathematics a mental illness… math seems to be a subdivision of christianity, it is a way to get people used to their oppression. it detaches people from reality and turns life into statistics.

fun fact (well fun for me, i don't think math acolytes have fun, they instead have pride in having the right numbers in their idiotic equations)… anyways fun fact: that's not even true depending on what you eat that if you eat more that you gain weight. i know food that you can eat as much as you want from, even overeat and you don't gain weight and you don't get fat from it. i did the calculation, the knowledge of calories increases your chance to know why that is by exactly 0%.

 No.311741

>>311732
>That isn't how it works.

that's the strong biblical conviction to calories that cloud your mind. you must believe that you have a digestional efficiency of 100%.

math says it, you believe it, that settles it. trust the science. safe and effective.

 No.311742

>>311734

i resent that you try to build your understanding of a natural process of digestion on the foundation of a unnatrual mathcist concept.

when i see you throw that high number of 95% around, reminds me of what some dude once said as a joke when someone told him that people only use 5% of their brain. he said "oh yeah? i heard people only use 5% of their hand"

as the body of a person learns how to digest something by choosing a different digestion program (like choosing different settings in a washing machine) the efficiency gradually increases, the macrobiome gradually learns to handle it, the bowelwalls learn how to draw the nutrients out of the pre-poop BUT THEY DON'T REACH 95%. that's astronomically unrealistic. obviously i have not measured but 95% is something i expect a body to reach after a decade of only eating the one food in question and that's something you have not even begun to account for that different food that you eat reaches a different percentage.

would not surprise me if most what you eat only gets digested like 20% and then most energy you drink come from alcohol or energy drink or some other nonsense that the industry trained you to accept via marketing and peer pressure.

also protein is nonsense. stupid macronutrient perspective, again tricking people out of doing the hard work of understanding digestion deeper, despite being affected by it as regularly as the lung draws breath.

 No.311743

>>311735
>btw, I should mention that research shows that more processed foods are easier to digest and therefore lose less energy to heat

oh yeah, is that what the covid nurse told you?

 No.311744

>>311737
>I wouldn't call conversations to heat as waste since with warm blooded animals like humans it's apart of maintaining homeostasis. Bodies are cool like that. What would be waste in a artificial system is put to productive use.

in most people's bodies that hardly use their body to perform, heat mostly is a reflection of the emotional state. in other words it uses the 'heatmap' of the body as a canvas to paint on the depression the person has as coldness.

if you ever danced for a long time and feel how nice the body feels during and afterwards. even if you usually did not perceive it as cold the next day when you have stopped dancing, the body feels all cold and nasty; which explains the way people who know how to dance dress on an off day to an extend.

 No.311745

>>311735
experts agree that massaging your back gently without making fun of your pimples reduces harmful greenhouse gases by 30%

 No.311746

>>311735
>btw, I should mention that research shows that more processed foods are easier to digest and therefore lose less energy to heat.

don't you live in the developed world just like i do where supermarkets are filled with the finest food from all over the planet? your priorities are completely disconnected from your lived reality. chances are you never experienced food shortage ever and most likely never will.

in a technological world with advanced supply chains, even if you were correct that processed food is easier to digest (which it is not), what reason to you have to focus on energy loss? ENERGY LOSS? not enough energy? not enough food? nobody has that problem. completely misguided line of thinking. not enough energy is the exact opposite problem people have. people have the problem of having too much food and eating beyond what the body should ingest. you are like a blind child and you worry about colors even though you have never seen a color…

>The two main factors are protein and fiber. So if you destroy the fiber (like in juicing) it means you're increasing the amount of calories available to the body.


i've been living without protein (unless you count the two times a year where i eat tofu for fun) for almost a decade and i've been living without fiber for weeks, i don't think either are necessary. they serve their purpose but if you know what you are doing, there are ways to prevent the problem they are solving.

mathist sheep though i don't respect you i hope i have not angered you, may your god (the numbers) protect you because you are too innocent for this complex world of cause and effect.

 No.311749

>>311740
because it's still useful

we use fuckng 'british thermal units' for calculating heating and cooling and 'tonnes' of equipment inr elation to square footage. is it perfect? fuck no. windows, wall insulation, trees outside, attic insulation, siding and roof color, there's a million things that you would need to actually factor in. but it works, kinda

 No.311750

>>311749
>because it's still useful

i don't think it is. name a use (and i'm trying not to be an ass about it)

i get that you are conditioned to accept it and led to believe it is useful but what is the actual use?

 No.311789

>>311749
>because it's still useful

you insist it is useful, yet you can not name a single use. i can't either but i am not so arrogant and foolish like you are to insist that they are good for something even though they are not.

i have yet to encounter a single good justification for the existence of calories. what can they do that i can not do without? nothing. they add nothing. they add a lot of work for obedient nerds in labcoats who also insist they are good for something. is just part of the big theater.

some people actually work, they build the roads the cars drive on. those roads then are needed by the actors in labcoats so they can be rescued with ambulances every time something goes wrong in their fragile mismanaged bodies. safe and effective *thumbs up*

how people like you accept scientific concepts just out of obedience disgusts me deeply. you parrot things that are not useful just to belong i guess. now you belong to a group of undignified actors and liars who are either unable or have accepted that they are forbidden from questioning the world that has been constructed around them without their contribution; similar to a labrat. that's what you are. and you were one of the nice one who would even speak to an edgelord like myself with this evil questioning of what is sacred. i already feel weird about the future and i understand a lot of shit. i don't even wanna know how bad someone like you must feel, to whom almost everything is a mystery with no ability to make sense. this is me trying to say something nice to you so that it will make sense to your cultust brain: i hope that the numbers allign for you in a way that makes the probability permutate in your favor.

 No.311798

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>>311740
>>311789
>then why even have calories? there is no reason. the only reason calories make sense is if you desperately seek reasons to do more math and go so far as to invent reasons to do it.
>some people actually work, they build the roads the cars drive on. those roads then are needed by the actors in labcoats so they can be rescued with ambulances every time something goes wrong
It can be a potentially harmful abstraction, for instance low-carb and low-fat diets can appear the same in terms of calories, yet produce different levels of glucagon/insulin and other hormones. An industrious age thinks in terms of processes that consume inputs and produce outputs, rather than networks, cycles, or monist states, so thinking in terms of calories in/calories out instead of the changing nutritional pathways comes naturally to most people. The same critique applies to your precious roads

 No.311801

>>311798



>The same critique applies to your precious roads


how did you know they are precious to me? because they are. roads are nice mane, i like two diametrically opposed kind of roads.

i like the roads in rural area between farms and woods. minimal roads, sometimes with bad asphalt, sometimes no asphalt and sometimes they have old ugly industrial stones.

i also like the modern 3-lane highways. when those are in good condition and not too crowded they are an unbelievable way to go to a different city fast. if you have ever driven on a nice highway you can not help but be in awe of how conveniet and useful this can be and how difficult the construction must have been. oh yeah and they are cumbersome to maintain and repair. i shit on my government for every reason i can find but the roads are something to be proud of. what a logistical achievement.

>for instance low-carb and low-fat diets can appear the same in terms of calories, yet produce different levels of glucagon/insulin and other hormones


this can be easily felt. only eating a certain food for a week for example. i believe if most people ate only pizza and then saw how they felt a week later they might never eat it again. but people don't do that, they mix their food so much that they can never know the impact one single food source has. i've come around to believe that this is foolish. if a food is bad, it can hide among better food forever and the sinner who eats it will never truly know.

i've done this with watermelon. i've eaten nothing but watermelon for 3 weeks. quite the enlightening experience. made me look at 'normal eating' with bewilderment. it was befuddeling.

 No.311804

>>311801
Was your poop red?

 No.311812

>>311804
>Was your poop red?

yeah. it was bright pink rather and as thin as a finger. since it leaves so little residue in the body, consequently wiping after a monofruit poop is 2 wipes and done. it takes seconds. it does not include any kind of inconvenience like when eating industrial. it is such a minor event, i don't even sigh in an annoyed manner when i have to go pooping.

there is no need to wipe extensively because nothing sticky comes out the ass. IT IS NOT THE FIGHT AGAINST GOO ARMED WITH BITS OF ABSORBING PAPER. unlike industrial wiping, it is more like drying off pink water. once i felt it i was convinced that this was normal human digestion i am experiencing in a sick world that was taught to selfharm through food.

poop was not meant to feel like dry toothpaste barely letting itself squeeze onto the toothbrush. it was not meant to be sticky like nutella. oily poop is disgusting, i don't even wanna know how disgusting pooping must be for fat people.

 No.311814

>>311812
>it is more like drying off pink water.


there is this linguistic expression "having a stick up their ass". i think this points towards something real.

when the bowels are not filled with such a gooey mess, then the entire body feels better. it feels like a curse being lifted. i do think there is something to that idea of bowelwalls being obstructed. caked intestines.

you ever seen someone build a house from bricks or stones? they make a goo from wet stone-powder and use it as a glue and then they put it in between their stones or bricks and they hold up resulting in a house.

i imagine it behaves similar in the gastrointestinal tract when someone was so foolish as to eat industrial. like nutella there is this gooey paste getting squeezed through the moist tunnels, which at some point even goes upwards where the gravity doesn't help but becomes an obstacle. this paste travels through the human pipe and touches all the walls all the time and might leave a residue whereever it touches. also it is warm in there so that helps everything stick. depending on how horrible the person eats there might be a curved wall inside the person, slowly getting harder and obstructing the ability of the body to absorb through the bowelwalls.

the sides of the boweltunnel want to suck the nutrients out of the pre-poo but they can't do it because for pre-poo to be able to be absorbed, it needs to NOT BE BLOCKED BY A HARDENED WALL MADE FROM GOO whenever it tries to touch. imagine you were reputable industrial manufacturing company and you make a complicated product and it has like 30 steps until a product is finished. and then towards the end of the process one of the machines that should drain liquid from your products but since the drain is clogged, no water can flow down the drain. that means one of the 30 steps has stopped and you no longer get the quality the factory was built to put out.

so the absorption part of the digestion, the part the entire digestion was about, gradually loses efficiency. you may have started at 60% and then you eat garbage over the years and the layer of cake build inside of the bowelwalls. 55%, 50%, 45%, 40%, ….

as the layer of cake becomes thicker and thicker it functions as a barrier against human absorption to occur. of course someone like that will end up with a cancer somewhere down there and it will be a complete surprise.

what do you think fastfood does to the bowelwalls. does it help to build up the obstructive layer of cake or does it help to powerwash the bowelwalls clean, like a 3 week matermelonjuicefast does?

 No.311821

>>311801
I do feel like absolute shit after eating a huge pizza for several days afterwards.

But the feeling it gives while you eat it is sometimes worth it.

 No.311822

>>311821
>But the feeling it gives while you eat it is sometimes worth it.

maybe for people who don't know how to make themselves feel good, otherwise this short term pleasure is a bad trade for long-term-unhealth when you could dance or skate or run for fun.

that's industry seducing you with one of it's most devastating inventions. cheese i believe to be poison.

this video does a good job of describing cheese from a shallow vegan perspective. is geared towards a basic audience. this does not have the deep stuff in it, this is what i as a conspiracy man myself would consider shallow, safe and uncontroversial.

Dude in a labcoat who speaks fast has a 50 minute powerpoint presentation where he is shitting on cheese:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3c_D0s391Q

 No.311823

>>311822
Even so, I'd rather die than never have molten parmigiano reggiano cheese mixed with some garlic.

Despite it cutting my life expectancy by a year.

 No.311824

>>311823
>I'd rather die than never have molten parmigiano reggiano cheese

oh that's terrible to hear someone decides to throw a human life away for some mouth pleasure.

>Despite it cutting my life expectancy by a year.


for it to only cut off a year you'd have to eat it as alittle as a small portion every few weeks. months without. you probably don't go months without…

 No.311840

>>311823
>cutting my life expectancy by a year.

i've head this excuse as a defense for a foolish short-focuses way of life quite often. i guess that is all you believe the choice of food amounts to. however one critical element is missing from this equasion:

not only do you live shorter then someone who uses his brain. you still wanna believe that the difference is years however the difference is decades.

but the short life you live is also reduced quality. maybe half a life or a third of a life or a fourth of an actual human life. you only feel half as good, you only smile half as often, you only feel part of the planet half as much, you only wake up feeling half as alive, you only have energy for half the things you think are important.

this is what you look like to me: SO WHAT WHEN I USE THE WRONG FUEL FOR MY FACTORY? IT STILL BURNS WHAT DO YOU WANT?! SO WHAT MY MACHINES BREAK DOWN SOONER AND MY FINISHED PRODUCT ISN'T AS GOOD AND IT SMELLS WEIRD AND POLLUTES THE AIR? SO WHAT? IT TASTES GOOD FOR A FEW SECONDS EACH DAY AS I SLOWLY TURN INTO A HANDICAPPED PERSON!

when you have the choice between taste and a life twice as nice and you choose taste, i'll go ahead and consider you dumb. and when you want to explain to me how you aren't, i'm not gonna listen because dumb people never say interesting things so no need to listen.

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 No.311843

>>311842
>What makes you even think it is unhealthy?

you wanna talk about it. that's not gonna change anything in your life and teach you nothing. if debating me with the ideas you picked up from other people solved anything, you'd be the smartest and happiest person in the world right now.

eat nothing but cheese for days and you will have your answer.

 No.311844

>>311843
You sound unhinged.

>eat nothing but cheese for days and you will have your answer.

Logically invalid methodology. Food can be healthy as part of a diet without being something that feels good to eat solely for days.

Nutrition is very hard and many people come to insane conclusions. Sad that you would avoid tasty food and harm yourself just because you have misconceptions.

 No.311845

>>311844
>You sound unhinged.
yeah, i try to be polite though and pretend towards people that they aren't garbage at least a little bit.

>eat nothing but cheese for days and you will have your answer.

Logically invalid methodology.

there isn't another method though.

>Food can be healthy as part of a diet without being something that feels good to eat solely for days.


whenever there is other food coming in: you can not be sure about how much the other food is nullifying a potential harm. the harm can then hide in the rest and you can not be sure what caused it. with only the cheese you would feel how it interacts with the body really quick but i guess you are too scared to question something you enjoy so much. probably every time you wanna think about it, you get an electric shock and are forbidden from going there by your fragile entitlement for comfort and ease. that's the part of your personality who most likely wears the pants while you are merely a passenger in your own life.

>Nutrition is very hard and many people come to insane conclusions. Sad that you would avoid tasty food and harm yourself just because you have misconceptions.


everything is hard to a fool. noo i eat tasty food in the winter. i'm coming out of a period of eating some cooked vegetable curries and they made me feel slow and dumb and weak. just rice was sauce made from actual organic tomatos from a blender and herbs/spices. i add lots of coconutcream in those curries. occasionally i have potato and sweetpotato fries with ketchup. that's tasty. biting in a nice apple that's like an electric feeling. i only feel how strong it is when i suddenly stop doing it and wonder why i feel so bad and don't even wanna be alive. and then i get the nice electric fresh fruit again and live feels good like it was supposed to.

 No.311847

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for simple cooking, i love my rice cooker. i make a cup or 2 of rice and while it cooks, i make a sauce with vegetables. recently been a bit lazy and i just put vegetables in a blender (tomato, bell pepper, garlic,) and pour them over some gently fried onions and spice and that's already a sauce. sometimes i make raw sauces too. also i use the rice cooker with a little stainless steel basket and that way i can use the steam to almost cook some vegetables. i love this with pumpkin or sweetpotato for some more fiberous dense meals.

that's probably not good enough for the gourmets. if i was disciplined (and i will be during the summer) i would switch the curry with a salad made from coleslaw. I STILL HAVE NOT ORDERED A FOOD PROCESSOR TO HELP ME MAKE COLESLAW. god damn i hate buying stuff so much. it is such a disgusting feeling to engage in the monetary system, just thinking about it makes me feel disgusted all over. so i procrastinate on buying things usually.

other then that i currently eat apples, bananas, dates, hazelnuts.

 No.311849

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in the summer i like to make a raw meal mostly from cabbage. is so simple i shred the vegetables with a mandolin-slicer (any self-respecting person would use a food processor…) and then i pour over a sauce i made in the blender. shreds+sauce=meal. here is a simple version:

cabbage
cucumber
bell pepper

real tomato as much as i can fit in the blender
1 onion
a few cloves of garlic
cilantro
sesame-paste
herbs&spices

and i don't put it into a bowl like all you basic people would, i put it into individually portioned thick glasses with a lit and those i put into the fridge with the sauce already on top. is so nice to have the fridge filled with so many glasses. when i eat those all day with a bit of fruit in the morning, i have these gigantic fiberous shits. having these rhinoceros sized shits cleans out the bowel like a broom sweeps the floor.

 No.311850

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this is what it feels like to run those cabage-meals through the body for a few days

 No.311851

>>311742
you are literally schizo

 No.311852

>>311746
I'm not saying that losing out on the energy is a bad thing, quite the opposite. When you have lots of easily digestible calories, especially carbs and fats then it creates a blood sugar spike and the liver starts making fat. This is the primary health issue that people face today:obesity. Fiber helps to literally encase the nutrients and keep them from breaking down so easily. Most processed foods are made from "nutrient slurries", ie ground up and otherwise processed ingredients. This is like doing a part of the digestion process for you. Your body absorbs it and the food itself doesn't really have bulk like normal actual foods because it's been ground into a paste so your body quickly digests it, stores it all in fat, but then you get hungry again because your stomach is registering that it is empty and all the calories have been digested already so your blood sugar drops. This causes people to eat again even though they've already taken in enough calories.

 No.311864

>>311851
>you are literally schizo

because someone who spends his life saging imageboard threads would know? i don't think you'd know. you are just a sheep who uncritically follow whoever is the loudest and the cruelest.

 No.311865

>>311852
>I'm not saying that losing out on the energy is a bad thing, quite the opposite. When you have lots of easily digestible calories, especially carbs and fats then it creates a blood sugar spike and the liver starts making fat. This is the primary health issue that people face today:obesity. Fiber helps to literally encase the nutrients and keep them from breaking down so easily. Most processed foods are made from "nutrient slurries", ie ground up and otherwise processed ingredients. This is like doing a part of the digestion process for you.

grinding up i think could indeed help the digestion theoretically… in reality it makes people eat faster then they should, i am guilty of this myself. food should be chewed even if it is unnecessary because that way the enzymes in the saliva start to break down the food in the mouth takes a few seconds. people who don't chew enough or don't know they should be chewing as to mix the saliva with the food they are skipping an important step in digestion. chewing more even when it seems unnecessary is an easy step to improve digestion. so i could argue food already ground up makes the average unaware person chew less and thus reduce the quality of their digestion. pre-digestion in the mouth through sufficient chewing is important and this importance is reflected by the undignified measurement of calories exactly: not at all.

what about dehydrating, diluting, heating or even just pasteurizing, freezing, adding oil, or whatever else they are doing that i am not even aware of. that just kills enzymes, it kills helpful microorganisms and discharges the electricity that is contained in the food leaving you with dead food. that's like replacing batteries in your appliance but instead of fresh batteries you put in old batteries that barely hold a charge.

>Your body absorbs it and the food itself doesn't really have bulk like normal actual foods because it's been ground into a paste so your body quickly digests it, stores it all in fat,


i don't believe this to be true with the "storing fat". dude your body doesn't have a fat bank account where it carefully and deliberately stores the fat that you refined from your digestion. the fat isn't stored. it is stack overflow.

>but then you get hungry again because your stomach is registering that it is empty and all the calories have been digested already so your blood sugar drops. This causes people to eat again even though they've already taken in enough calories.


i've heard this lore but then i have also seen the people where i live. not so much recently but when i was younger i've seen some real fatties. it seems like their bellies slowly become so large that what they believe a proper portion for them is, ends up fitting inside them. the body tries to become whatever the driver of the body needs it to be. i believe it would be a matter of weeks until the situation that you describe where someone would eat again and again would result in the the tissue expanding and the person becoming fatter so that more can fit in one round of digestion, especially when you consider that the dense artificial industryfood does not digest in a matter of minutes like watermelons or oranges do, they can range from hours to days. meat is particularly difficult because it needs a certain strength of acid and it needs time. cats (unlike humans who may pretend to be) are actual carnivores and they sleep for large parts of the day.

the most intelligent way to eat industryfood i think would involve the longer digestion times. this idea OMAD (one meal a day) when it comes to industryfood is probably a good idea and maybe it is not even hard enough because of how densely packed the industry food is. maybe one gigantic portion of pasta every 2 days would be a better way of eating industrial, i dunno, i don't care. i like to eat in a way that respects the evolutionary work that has been done by the ancestors of being able to eat the most electrical foods and have the most developed nervous system. when i only eat fruit, my senses are so hightend that it freaks me out. smells are so strong that i am constantly disgusted how my dense city smells. living in a big city is a big mistake…

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>>311865
>i don't believe this to be true with the "storing fat". dude your body doesn't have a fat bank account where it carefully and deliberately stores the fat that you refined from your digestion. the fat isn't stored. it is stack overflow.

imagine a toilet where the flush is broken. it can't be flushed but people continue to poop and piss in it. the heap grows so big that they errect a ladder over the toilet and poop on the heap from high above. and then it leaks on the floor, you get the picture.

you are the dude who sees this and then says "LOOK, LOOK THE TOILET IS STORING FAT!". but the toilet isn't storing fat, it doesn't flush properly and everything is a mess and it smells bad.

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>>311865
you are legit the stupidest person on this site

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>>311873
so what if that is what you think, little conflict machine.

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poops are good small, thin, solid but not dry and 3 times a day. i ate apples, perfectly ripened bananas, blendercurry with rice and nuts. i even made a decafinated instant coffee with oat-milk and honey as kind of a sweat treat. mood is not good but the flame of hope is still flickering in the wind. breath is getting deeper. i have to get out of this nightmarish city of violent puppets.

wishing yall digestionally disabled wizards a nice day.


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