What do you guys think of this?
Look at Doug Graham. Look at Harley. Michael Arnstein. There is still the 10,000 dollar reward from Harley to who can find the fat longterm fruit eater.
Eat as much soft drinks and junkfood you can for 2 years and see what happens.
Eat as much fruit as you can for two years and see what happens.
A study has shown that fructose - which is used to sweeten soft drinks and junk food - might be more harmful than other types of sugar.
They aren't talking about fruit and the test wasn't with fruit. Case closed. ^_^
It's like the journalist think: "Oh it's FRUITsugar, so fresh, organic, ripe and whole fruits equals obesity. Yep yep, I'm an expert at this journalist thingy!" ;)
I hate it. Compare the last sentence of this 'article' with the headline. Bad publishing i call this.
Subjects then began an 8-week outpatient intervention and consumed either fructose- (n = 17) or glucose-sweetened (n = 15) beverages at 25% of energy requirements with self-selected ad libitum diets.
Naw, their self-selected, high-fat, high junk-food diet absolutely has nothing to do with creating a predesposition to having some negative effects from having an excess of calories from certain sugar drinks.
Not a chance. Fruit makes you fat.
I quote from the study itself:
Gone fruity: A natural sugar found in fruits could lead to obesity if it is used to sweeten foods
Most of these studies are full of goose poop. All you have to do is read how it is worded. Here, and I am quoting from the page, is the word if.
They did not add a control in their study for low fat raw fruits and greens in there natural and whole forms. They isolated the fruit sugar and added it to other cooked and chemical laden foods.
So my question might be is it the fruit sugar or the food the sugar was added to itself causing the problem.
Ironically, this diet proves that low fat fruitarian diets could work although not specifically worded:
Scientists at the University of California put 33 overweight adults on a diet comprising 30 per cent fat, 55 per cent complex carbohydrates such as bread and rice, and 15 per cent protein for a fortnight.
For a further ten weeks they were moved to a diet in which a quarter of their energy came from either fructose or glucose, New Scientist reports today.
Yeah, that is the impression I had too. I just wanted some confirmation.
Fruit based diets DEFINITELY make you fat longterm. I mean 100% of long term fruitys are fat right?
Look at these 2 long term eating fatsoes. http://www.30bananasaday.com/forum/topics/pictures-of-the-male-and