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News Comments > Out of the Blue
24. Re: Out of the Blue May 5, 2016, 23:38 bigspender
 
Cutter wrote on May 5, 2016, 22:05:
bigspender wrote on May 5, 2016, 18:55:
Cutter wrote on May 5, 2016, 12:49:
Intermittent fasting like the 5 2 diet is the only way to do it. It's far healthier too. After all, that's how we evolved. The Fast Mimicking Diet is interesting too but still needs a lot of research. Here's a an interesting study with some hard science on it.

FMD

Sauron, given your background I'd appreciate you chiming it on it.

The problem with intermittent fasting is that you're getting intermittent nutrients. You'll lose weight fast for sure, but when it comes to health, you want steady, consistent and permanent results. Nutrient intake is the key to health, not calorie counting (see my post below).

Also with many of these fasting style diets, you're just losing water content from your body, instead of depleting your adipose tissue.

I'd be vary careful of diets that make claims of "that's how we evolved" many people mistake survival and evolution as the same thing, and marketers take advantage of it. For example people that live on the north pole have a very high fat diet which they survive on, enough to reproduce, but they are certainly not evolved for it, as their angiograms would show.
Don't even get me started on the Paleo diet people *shakes fist*

And, just as I expected they tell you to eat large amounts of saturated fat, aka, one the major causes of heart disease which kills a person every 8 seconds in the US alone.

Lastly, any diet that is exploiting a survival mechanism (ketosis) is not going to be healthy. Ketosis is a last measure to stop people from starving to death when food is unavailable, not a regular function of the human body, and does a lot of harm. The definition of ketosis is "abnormal fat metabolism" after all.

No, that's not how it works at all. First off, eating to lose weight is a myth. Second, these are water based fasts. They're calorie restricted - meaning 600 per day for men. They're telling you to eat mostly plants but good fats are essential too. Having your body use up ketones is essential because it normalizes blood glucose and gives your pancreas, liver, and kidney a break they desperately need these days. The science on intermittent fasting is in and has been for a long time now. It works. It's good.

Most people get to their target weight and than just do maintenance of 1 day a week from that point forward. The rest is just common sense, moderate excercise - mostly aerobic. And, as Michael Pollen said, "eat real food, not too much, mostly plants".

Watch this.

Eat, Fast, Live Longer

Read this.

The Fast Diet


Couldn't agree more about the statement on "eat mostly plants". Most edible plants, will have nutrients you need and none of what you don't need. So no baggage

I think it's great that he was able to lose weight by the end, since avoiding all of that potential medication is one of the best things you can do, but losing weight does not necessarily decrease mortality, and with the foods he's eating he'll still eventually be placed on statins, which will end up doing as much harm as good. (There is a reason why certain doctors seminars as sponsored by high cholesterol food companies along with statin companies, they want to sell you the cause, as well as the fix.)

For example he's eating bacon and eggs for breakfast throughout the show.

The eggs he ate have the equivalent cholesterol of two Burger King whoppers per egg, or measured in terms of lifespan reduction, he's just smoked 4 cigarettes per egg. This is what causes heart attack and stroke, the narrowing of arteries that supply blood to the brain and heart, eventually narrowing so much that blood doesn't flow to critical areas. Even when the arteries are slightly narrowed, a bit of blood flow can rip off the cholesterol plaque from the side of the artery, causing a blood clot which again would stop the blood flow to a critical area. Skinny or not, this process will happen, as long as the cholesterol laden foods keep being eaten.

The show was made before bacon was classified into the same carcinogenic category as radiation and cigarettes, so it'd be interesting to see if he's still keen on eating it.

Processed meats like bacon are doubly bad, because when you cook them at frying or baking temperatures it's creating the exact same chemicals as a burning cigarette, only now you're exposing a surface area of a football field (your intestine) to the chemicals, instead of just a living room's surface area (lungs), the more exposure the greater the chances of disease. Colon cancer is not fun, unless you consider fun being probed by a 5 foot long mechanical arm, with a chance that gases uses to inflate your colon for visibility will ignite.....

You can of course choose to undercook them, but then your exposing yourself to DNA damaging bacteria which goes on to form cancers as well.

Either way you cook it, the bacon proteins are sulfur containing amino acids, so they end up as sulfuric acid in the blood forcing your kidneys to hyper-filtrate and they'll eventually wear out running at max capacity time and time again. Those proteins also contain methionine which helps cancer cells grow their own blood supply. Not to mention promote IGF-1 production, which is exactly what he's trying to prevent.
Plant protein doesn't have any of these negatives, and have a bunch of benefits, that I won't go on about, unless you want me to..

The other things is, when you are fasting you are missing opportunities where you can in take essential nutrients, like vitamins, anti oxidants, lignans etc

I read all of that in "How Not To Die"


Another thing that bothered me about the show was, that it took him a year to get the better blood results, and that was all because of one thing - his weight loss - not because he cleaned up his diet, or increased his nutritional intake. He simply ate bad less often. Which is a good start, but if instead of fasting he simply just ate vegetables all day, he'd get much better results.

If you start eating a whole foods diet, you can have these blood results in as little as a month, and in the same time line as he did, you'll have the weight come off too. No starvation, no exercise, and tons of nutrients.

At his age not eating for 2 days means there is a really good chance he'll go hypoglycemic and crash his car into someone....

I also think that it's counter-inuitive to starve yourself to lose weight, because the body is too smart for that. When you are starving the body goes into "drive with a lite foot mode" and holds onto the fat as best it can. Then when food becomes available it does it's best to turn it into fat, in case you get into a starving situation again. Which is why most people will end up with more weight that what they started with after they tried dieting.

And lastly, why eat fat when that is the one thing you are trying to get rid of? Why keep filling up the fat stores, only to try to deplete them. Instead it seems better to stop adding to the fat stores, and let them deplete naturally, and fuel yourself with carbs (which have a very hard time turning into fat, despite whatever the fitness industry says).



That guy Joe in Washington, he makes a bowl of berries, cuts off apple skins because the apple meat is sugar, then pours dextrose powder on it? or was it protein powder? either way.... seems sus.


TL:DR
Dr. Greger has done a video on exactly this topic, calorie restriciton vs plant based diet!
http://nutritionfacts.org/video/caloric-restriction-vs-plant-based-diets/

Note the part where mentions that the rodent research does not match the results in humans....

The only reason why fasting has results is because you are eating less of bad food, not because it's lower calorie. But the real trick is replace the bad food with good food, and results are better.

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News Comments > Battlefield Teaser Trailer; Announcement Tomorrow
16. Re: Battlefield Teaser Trailer; Announcement Tomorrow May 5, 2016, 21:38 bigspender
 
<Electric-Spock> wrote on May 5, 2016, 20:58:
I believe the guy in the trailer is just a random dude at EA headquarters on his knees begging for less console drivel and mod support for the PC.

Of course he is just about to catch a bitch slap from the current EA CEO, who's name is Cash DLC McDiamonds, I believe.


LOL! As funny as that it makes me really sad too.
 
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News Comments > Battlefield Teaser Trailer; Announcement Tomorrow
15. Re: Battlefield Teaser Trailer; Announcement Tomorrow May 5, 2016, 21:35 bigspender
 
MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on May 5, 2016, 21:15:
Hopefully it's the shadow of a giant mech, ala BF2143. Otherwise, meh. I'm WW2'd out.

Yes please, mech's please
 
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News Comments > Battlefield Teaser Trailer; Announcement Tomorrow
9. Re: Battlefield Teaser Trailer; Announcement Tomorrow May 5, 2016, 20:14 bigspender
 
We need the CSI team to enhance the reflections in his eyeballs so we can see what he's looking at!  
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News Comments > DOOM Launch Trailer & System Requirements
2. Re: DOOM Launch Trailer & System Requirements May 5, 2016, 20:10 bigspender
 
I really want to like this, but I just can't get past the Disney influence in the graphics...  
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News Comments > Battlefield Teaser Trailer; Announcement Tomorrow
5. Re: Battlefield Teaser Trailer; Announcement Tomorrow May 5, 2016, 19:55 bigspender
 
Battlefield 1914?  
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News Comments > On Sale
1. Re: On Sale May 5, 2016, 19:48 bigspender
 
Zombie Army Trilogy is actually quite fun. Co-op especially. It's got a B movie feel to it when the synth soundtrack kicks in.

 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
20. Re: Out of the Blue May 5, 2016, 19:39 bigspender
 
BobBob wrote on May 5, 2016, 19:34:
bigspender wrote on May 5, 2016, 19:06:
Some of these books are so out of fashion you can buy them for less than a $1 on amazon or any 2nd hand store, so it's essentially free to try.

I think it's great that you are trying to help people get healthy. Hopefully, some will read the books. Thumbsup

Thanks, I just hope I'm not coming across as a Jehovah's witness or some cultist with my enthusiasm LOL

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News Comments > Out of the Blue
18. Re: Out of the Blue May 5, 2016, 19:06 bigspender
 
Retired wrote on May 5, 2016, 12:31:
Flatline wrote on May 5, 2016, 12:11:
sauron wrote on May 5, 2016, 11:28:
A new Biggest Loser study shows why it's so hard to lose weight and keep it off

The NY Times also has a great article on that scientific study, which has been published in the journal Obesity . The study, and the commentary in the Times article, are really insightful:

NY Times Biggest Loser article

Link to full study, and summary

Note that the Times only allows 10 free articles a month, and the original study may need a subscription but the summary page is free.

A physicist in one of the forums I hung out on had issues with the study format itself. It used a particularly high-aiming equation to estimate resting metabolic rate, whereas the standard equation that is considered most accurate was 50% closer to actual measured metabolic rates. The regression curve that they used was possibly overly simplistic, and he also mentioned from his reading of the study that it appears that if metabolic "damage" can occur, it seems to be related not to the rate of caloric expenditure that your lean mass goes through, but moreso there's a reduction of calories based on fat mass.

Takeaway: The study has some issues that might skew the data towards the more dramatic end of results, and if you lose weight, do yourself a favor and bulk up a little and put some muscle on.

Why is it so hard to keep off weight? Well, cause when you are on the show, it is YOUR JOB to work out all day and be fit. In the real world, we have real jobs, families, responsibilities. Finding 4+ hours a day to go to the gym just isn't that easy....

I got pneumonia a couple months ago, super bad. I lost 12 pounds, I have been able to keep 10 of them off just by managing portions. I love to eat, but reaching that age where I need to keep things in check a bit.....sucks. If I were to get back into a workout routine, I am sure I could drop 10 more, which I think is considered "ideal" for my body type....currently cruising along at about 185 (took a dump this AM).

The biggest thing I have noticed with my weight gain is the sleep apnea has kicked in. The more weight I gain the worse it gets. Drunk sleeping also makes it 10x worse. I think 200 is the most I have put on. It is crazy the difference between 195 and 200, not just a mind thing, but how I "feel" moving around.


I'm the same way, I LOVE eating, I love great food. Check out my post below (post #16). I've been stuffing my face with mexican, asian, italian, indian, burritos, burgers, pies, pizzas you name it, and no f**cken salads

I've been losing weight steadily over the last 2 years, my cholesterol and blood pressure are now that of a child. Not gloating, just pointing out that there is definitely a way that works and is easy to do for a normal person. My lifestyle consists of sitting at the computer for 15hrs a day...

You probably wonder why you've never heard of this? I did too, and well, there is no money in steady permanent results. So they don't have the budgets of these "get thin quick" scams.

Some of these books are so out of fashion you can buy them for less than a $1 on amazon or any 2nd hand store, so it's essentially free to try.

This comment was edited on May 5, 2016, 19:29.
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
17. Re: Out of the Blue May 5, 2016, 18:55 bigspender
 
Cutter wrote on May 5, 2016, 12:49:
Intermittent fasting like the 5 2 diet is the only way to do it. It's far healthier too. After all, that's how we evolved. The Fast Mimicking Diet is interesting too but still needs a lot of research. Here's a an interesting study with some hard science on it.

FMD

Sauron, given your background I'd appreciate you chiming it on it.

The problem with intermittent fasting is that you're getting intermittent nutrients. You'll lose weight fast for sure, but when it comes to health, you want steady, consistent and permanent results. Nutrient intake is the key to health, not calorie counting (see my post below).

Also with many of these fasting style diets, you're just losing water content from your body, instead of depleting your adipose tissue.

I'd be vary careful of diets that make claims of "that's how we evolved" many people mistake survival and evolution as the same thing, and marketers take advantage of it. For example people that live on the north pole have a very high fat diet which they survive on, enough to reproduce, but they are certainly not evolved for it, as their angiograms would show.
Don't even get me started on the Paleo diet people *shakes fist*

And, just as I expected they tell you to eat large amounts of saturated fat, aka, one the major causes of heart disease which kills a person every 8 seconds in the US alone.

Lastly, any diet that is exploiting a survival mechanism (ketosis) is not going to be healthy. Ketosis is a last measure to stop people from starving to death when food is unavailable, not a regular function of the human body, and does a lot of harm. The definition of ketosis is "abnormal fat metabolism" after all.

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News Comments > Out of the Blue
16. Re: Out of the Blue May 5, 2016, 18:46 bigspender
 
sauron wrote on May 5, 2016, 11:28:
A new Biggest Loser study shows why it's so hard to lose weight and keep it off

The NY Times also has a great article on that scientific study, which has been published in the journal Obesity . The study, and the commentary in the Times article, are really insightful:

NY Times Biggest Loser article

Link to full study, and summary

Note that the Times only allows 10 free articles a month, and the original study may need a subscription but the summary page is free.


I've said it before many times here, and at the risk of you guys rolling your eyes at me: Eat more food, to lose more weight

The trick is though to eat filling whole plant foods. Beans, potatoes (sweet is better), rice (brown is better), whole grain breads, whole meal pasta.


If you are truly interested in permanently losing weight read any of these books below, eat their hearty meals, and you'll be losing weight at average of 2.5kg a month. Doesn't sound like a lot, but after 2 years that's 60kg. and that's WITHOUT EXERCISE!


The Starch Solution - Dr John McDougall
The Negative Calorie Effect - Dr Neal Barnard
Power Foods for the Mind - Dr Neal Barnard
Engine #2 Diet - Rip Esselstyn
21 Day Weightloss Kickstart - Dr. Neal Barnard.

Or if you want just a pure scientific view (no recipes in this one though) there is always "How Not To Die" by Dr. Michael Greger of nutritionfacts.org

I keep banging on about this because I was overweight, and I didn't want to believe the real science. I was dazzled by all the bro-science....it took me all 6 books to get it into my thick head that the science was real. But any one of those books will give steady, permanent results, unlike any diet.

Here's to stuffing your face and losing weight! PERMANENTLY


 
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News Comments > Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III Announced
12. Re: Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III Announced May 3, 2016, 22:57 bigspender
 
Trevellian wrote on May 3, 2016, 22:21:
Gameplay or GTFO. Tired of CG trailers.

+1 I wanna see gameplay not CG that has nothing to do with what the game will be like.
 
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News Comments > Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Announced; CoD4 Remaster Confirmed
47. Re: Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Announced; CoD4 Remaster Confirmed May 3, 2016, 01:26 bigspender
 
jdreyer wrote on May 2, 2016, 14:22:
- Didn't we already have some CoD partly in space? Ghosts I think? I didn't play it, just remember the trailers.

- It looks like they've upgraded the engine finally. It's looking pretty sharp.

- Dudebro sci-fi. Still, looks kinda cool.

- I preferred the campaigns of the MWs over BLOPs. Here's to hoping they stick to the former.

- The original MW campaign was a lot of fun, playing a remastered version with modern graphics will be cool.

- I'm sure there's some work to remaster MW, but it's a small fraction of creating the game from scratch. Including it in order to charge $80 for the base game of IW is a neat trick. Expect more of this going forward. This is the new normal for these games.

For sure. I'm torn between the SCI-FI vs the dude-bro take on it all.

I hope a 2142 will fix that. Although BF4 was a bit on the dude bro side too.

I guess there is still the Deathwing FPS by Struem to look forward to.
 
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News Comments > Space Hulk: Deathwing Gameplay Trailer
17. Re: Space Hulk: Deathwing Gameplay Trailer Apr 30, 2016, 03:37 bigspender
 
Damn this is exactly the type of game I've been waiting for!

Everything about it looks great so far.
 
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News Comments > DOOM Single-Player Video
57. Re: DOOM Single-Player Video Apr 29, 2016, 23:08 bigspender
 
Xero wrote on Apr 29, 2016, 17:59:
You guys want a true Doom feeling sequel, grab yourself a FREE copy of Brutal Doom (provided you have one of the older Doom games on Steam), and enjoy.
It's so damn fast, fluid, gory as hell, and well, it's DOOM. Incredibly addicting due to the modern updated FPS controls and speed at which you mow down hordes of Demons.
If they charged for it, I would of happily paid.

Here here!
 
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News Comments > DOOM Single-Player Video
21. Re: DOOM Single-Player Video Apr 29, 2016, 01:00 bigspender
 
Hump wrote on Apr 28, 2016, 21:39:
Looks fine to me. Jesus Christ people, get a grip on yourselves.

It does look fine. That's the problem, it's not EXCELLENT, just fine. It needs to be excellent because it has a lot to live up to. Most people don't want the sequel of the FPS that started it all end up as just another Doom clone.


Also it simply does not feel anything like Doom. This is not Doom.

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News Comments > DOOM Single-Player Video
20. Re: DOOM Single-Player Video Apr 29, 2016, 00:57 bigspender
 
The gameplay and gunplay look fairly good, but graphics are so clean, and well halo like. Where's the space grit!?

I think I'll wait until this is on special and there are plenty of mods that turn in it back into Doom. Assuming of course that it has mod support...

EDIT:
HOLY CRAP THE PLASMA RIFLE LOOKS LIKE A WATER BALLON CANNON!

Hell is like a kids cartoon.

Nope nope nope

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News Comments > John Romero's BLACKROOM Kickstarter
24. Re: John Romero's BLACKROOM Kickstarter Apr 25, 2016, 19:19 bigspender
 
Kxmode wrote on Apr 25, 2016, 19:02:
BLACKROOM is metal. It features a new soundtrack and compositions by acclaimed metal guitarist George Lynch, frequently cited as one of the best metal guitarists in the world.

I'm pretty sure Slash from Guns N' Roses is one of the best metal guitarists in the world. His solo part in November Rain is crazy!

I dunno if most people would define Guns N' Roses as metal. It's more somewhere between Glam and Hard rock. Not that it takes away from the November rain solo.
Although now that I think about many of the bands Lynch was in are very glam rock too. *shrugs*

What I really came here to do is, to say that this game will be an epic fail.
 
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News Comments > DOOM PC Support Details
5. Re: DOOM PC Support Details Apr 22, 2016, 22:37 bigspender
 
NotOneOfUs wrote on Apr 22, 2016, 21:29:
Where's the setting to make it not feel like Halo?

Haha this!

I hope this thing at least has mod support so someone can mod the Doom back in to it.



I guess this will probably die like Quake 4....
 
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News Comments > AER Trailer
2. Re: AER Trailer Apr 21, 2016, 16:59 bigspender
 
Cutter wrote on Apr 21, 2016, 09:47:
If the only thing you can do is fly around and check out the game world shouldn't that world at least be beautiful and visually interesting?

Maybe one day PCs will get fast enough so they can map textures onto polygons!
 
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