Almost every time I have a discussion with someone regarding food, we end up talking about carbs vs. protein vs. fat. I end up telling them they're eating way too much fat; and also that fat makes you fat, not carbs.
They then proceed to "inform" me that the reason I can eat all those carbs and not gain any weight is because I'm very active. I'm active because I want to improve athletic performance, not because I want to stay thin. Also, I tell them how I was basically not active all winter and didn't gain any fat while eating 3,000-4,000 calories from carbs every day, but they tend not to believe me.
What can I say to the uninformed undercarbed person that will convince them that carbs will NEVER make them fat even when not exercising much?
read through here for plenty of ammo:
i would love that too
I'd love to see another video, Arin!