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So apparently fat people can't even acknowledge their own fatness anymore

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Haha oh please. This is common sense stuff we're talking about here. What specifically is it that you have issue with? You obviously find some of what I say to be valid and it bothers you, otherwise you wouldn't be making cute little Nazi space station jabs.

Ok then...

 

No i'm not. It's literally impossible to not lose weight by switching to a raw vegetable and juice diet.

This assumes that there is no possible way to intake more calories with raw veggies and juice than you expend.  By saying "literally impossible" you make this not improbable or unlikely but outside of the realm of human achievement.

 

A diet of potatoes, corn, starchy beans (like Limas), fruit, and 100% fruit juices would fall well within your definition but would be supremely bad for weight loss.  Toss into that mixture a complete lack of anything resembling exercise and you have a recipe for being overweight.

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It is a physical certainty that if you expend more calories than you intake then you will lose weight over a given period of time. This is an absolute truth.

 

For most people, but not all. There are certain medical conditions (and certain vital medications) that can cause someone to be overweight.

 

You cannot ascribe your formula or Venom's to be "absolute" for everyone. It's simply not.

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For most people, but not all. There are certain medical conditions (and certain vital medications) that can cause someone to be overweight.

 

You cannot ascribe your formula or Venom's to be "absolute" for everyone. It's simply not.

 

Incorrect.

 

There are certain medicines that keep you from being able to spend enough energy to overtake the calories being brought in, but there is no medication that stops the truth that burning more calories than consuming is weight loss.

 

Calories is a measure of energy. We know energy cannot be created, only converted. Therefore, if you take in less energy (food) than you spend (activity), your body will convert its stored energy (fat) and weight is lost. This is an absolute truth.

 

You can question if medication, depression, etc prevent people from burning calories. Thats a legitimate problem.

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Didn't realize you were a miracle worker.

 

Too bad it doesn't help your delusions.

You can't be serious. Guess fat people should just continue being fat forever since apparently theres nothing they can do. Such victims they are!

 

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Didn't realize you were a miracle worker.

 

Too bad it doesn't help your delusions.

No miracle here sir. Just common sense.

 

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Incorrect.

There are certain medicines that keep you from being able to spend enough energy to overtake the calories being brought in, but there is no medication that stops the truth that burning more calories than consuming is weight loss.

Calories is a measure of energy. We know energy cannot be created, only converted. Therefore, if you take in less energy (food) than you spend (activity), your body will convert its stored energy (fat) and weight is lost. This is an absolute truth.

You can question if medication, depression, etc prevent people from burning calories. Thats a legitimate problem.

Bolded part is false.

Calorie restriction leads to lean muscle loss, not fat loss.

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You can't be serious. Guess fat people should just continue being fat forever since apparently theres nothing they can do. Such victims they are!

 

 

I didn't say that at all, but you cannot say that ALL fat people are fat because of their own doing. It's simply not true.

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No miracle here sir. Just common sense.

 

 

Not a sir ... and no common sense on your part.

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I just had some chicken parm instead of a salad.

 

Bad choice.

 

 

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I didn't say that at all, but you cannot say that ALL fat people are fat because of their own doing. It's simply not true.

Sure it is. You do realize that you're implying that it is literally impossible for some people to lose weight? That's a ridiculous concept, especially considering that being obese is not a natural state of being for the human body. Anyone can lose weight if they really want to. Sounds like someone's just making excuses.

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