... The Only time this happens is with Diabetics....but when it happens it is a bad thing. ... (8 replies)
... Oh you probably could in one meal lol. Imagine eating mcdonalds and then a big slice of cheesecake at dinner time! Thats like 2000 calories all in one meal! (8 replies)
... I am a big eater but I couldn't IMAGINE eating 3500 calories at one time without throwing up! ... (8 replies)
... Oh. I had been previously misinformed. My mom said that we can only absorb a certain amount of calories at one time. She said if I eat something fatty, I might as well eat all of it because part of it will "pass through". She told me nobody could gain or lose a pound in one day. I guess that was bad advice. I'm glad I posted here. Thank you. (8 replies)
... How many calories can be absorbed at one time?
I know a pound is 3500 calories. I know a large meal at a restaurant can be 3500, but a person can't gain a pound in one day. So how much is absorbed and how much passes through? (8 replies)
... alories are equal. Don't forget that the human body is not at equilibrium but rather a system at steady state. And you must consider the kinetics of digestion, absorption etc. ... (23 replies)
... Always make time for breakfast, mostly within the first hour of waking up. ... (4 replies)
... I've helped to separate the most important question. The answer? NO, most diet pills are FAR from safe and generally include a plethora of drugs that will end up hurting your body in ANY amount.
There is a good side to this information, though. Some of the most effective dieting pills included citrus products as a prime ingredient. In all truth, even if you've heard the... (22 replies)
... r 12 hours a day, you may eat as little as 1000 calories a day and still not lose weight. Someone who digs trenches for 8 hours a day might lose weight on a 3000 calorie a day diet. ... (6 replies)