How credible is the Randle cycle? The idea that I've gathered is:
>carbs inhibit gluconeogenesis from fat
>fat inhibits gluconeogenesis from carbs
Effectively meaning that if you consume carbs + fat at the same time, neither gets properly absorbed and both go to fat storage. Now obviously this can't be absolute, 50cal of fat isn't going to prevent you from absorbing 800cal of carbs as glucose. But, can it prevent you from absorbing a notable portion of it?
I've seen people who propagate the Randle cycle portrayed as fat fucks on IST. Why is this? Is the Randle cycle a keto cope? Is it a carnivore cope? Is it a vegan cope? What is the Randle cycle, IST?