Many thanks to Brian Dunning at Skeptoid for the research on negative calories.
Tags: Diets, food, health, Negative Calories | 4 Comments ^
Well then, time for the magic fat burning berries. You won’t have trouble finding adds for them everywhere.
one of the most important ways our ancestors increased their calorie intake was cooking. both vegetables and meat multiplied their available calories when cooked. the tables we use for calories for food were made almost a century ago by testing raw foods and therefor are understated.
Also, wouldn’t “negative calories” essentially be accelerated starvation? Doesn’t sound like a healthy diet plan even if there was any truth to it.
How about Running and Exercise, instead of relying on the Basal
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