Whats the deal with fat and saturated fat? I dont want to stop eating cheese and drinking milk Posted on March 17, 2023 by Anonymous Whats the deal with fat and saturated fat? I dont want to stop eating cheese and drinking milk
it "probably" fucks up your "bad" cholesterol and causes permanent damage to your veins which ultimately "probably" leads to heart failure.
but it's possible that if you keep your "good" cholesterol high enough then it doesn't matter at all.
there are so many interest groups in this topic it's hard to find the truth. vegans REALLY want saturated fats to be bad because it is a huge win for the vegan diet.
nakadashi ninomae inanis
people have been drinking milk forever
You have to stop. You will lose the craving for it after a while.
fuck off, milk is great
You have to grow up.
>didn't get milkies as a baby
I have a theory that these emaciated gays who hate milk were deprived of it as a child and lash out at those who enjoy sweet mammary juice
>still has to get milkies as an adult
I have a theory that these emaciated gays who love milk were deprived of it as a child and lash out at those who don't lack proper nutrition
you crave things bc you need them you stupid gay
you need to eat less and move more
if it is a problem, cutting it out completely will help in the long run. no reason to keep bad habits
ask me how i know the color of your skin
>says that as he posts a girl with udders as hair
You can go easier on cheese if you are THAT worried, milk is fine as far as I know.
saturated fat is good for you.
man I've been eating 100g of fats per day of lard and eggs by 8 months now, nothing changed (by now lol lmao)
people with naturally high HDL levels really aren't impacted by saturated fat as much and have almost universally better longevity. People who don't have that have to minimize LDL to get normal life expectancy also probably have take meds from mid-life on. There's even people who are hyper cholesterol responders who wind up having heart attacks at 40 regardless of how clean their diet is. It's really not something that's in your hands unless you go zero fat which is why you should see a doctor about these things if you're concerned.
sounds like bs i smell environmental gene expression
epigenetics is mostly cope with like a grain of shit that happened when you were a baby and can't change now anyway.
>epigenetics is mostly cope
Literally the opposite is true
>urr muh genes so it couldn't be helped
>I wasn't a bad parent it's genetic!
everything is cope in the hands of fatty though.
>I'll eat keto because the eskimos did it I don't have eskimo genes but they'll turn on when I eat this shit
>I'll be high test when I get to 12% even though my test falls off below 14%
>I'll become a chad from BJJ classes
acknowledging what you can't change is not the same as being defeated by it it's just knowing you have to take a different route. If people are defeated by knowledge rather than empowered by the clarity it gives that's their own damn fault. Getting your genes mapped once and getting blood work a couple times a year is not big price to pay.
epigenetics is a cope that neo-darwinists invented to defend themselves against any proof of acquired characteristics in nature.
>nooo they had that gene the whole time it was just hidden and through some mechanism is appeared!!!
>i don't understand it
all it says are things like
>if you have proper nutrition as a child you will grow longer legs than if you don't
>however your overall height is still capped by your phenotypic maximum
how anyone can deny that this is obviously the case is beyond me
it is very fair to postulate claims like
>exposure to lactose or pollen in childhood increases the likelyhood of tolerance
it's a very reasonable hypothesis that hayfever has explodes because kids don't go outside and their bodies never learn to deal with it having instead expressed more of their essentially cave dwelling adaptations
another example would be how short sightedness has increased while long sightedness has decreased simply because people don't use their eye muscles yet on some level your vision is still genetic
only a moron would make a claim like
>epigenetics therefore all humans exact same!
but you clearly live in schizo land where everyone is an insane political person of some description
I'm a hyper cholesterol responder for both HDL and LDL.
just be 0% sub-saharan african or go vegan or pescatarian.
Is this an octopusgirl or a squidgirl?
This is very important
biblical angel notice the wings and halo
>muh LDL muh HDL
>muh good and bad cholesterol
This is such a colossal waste of time.
Cholesterol is the stuff your hormones are made of. If you cholesterol is high, it's likely that something is preventing your body from manufacturing steroid hormones (usually that is low thyroid function).
How much cholesterol you consume doesn't make nearly as much difference as you think.
Don't listen all these garden gnomes gays, animal saturated fat are the best foods for human body, raw milk/cheese, meat, organs etc are superfood that your ancestors ate for generation so epigeneticly it's good for u
i did not read your post but the answer is to stop watching vtubers
OP here, I'm not intended to drop any vtuber and that includes wah octopussy
Basically all the food that's high quality and nutritionally dense is given a technically ominous name and you're told to eat it sparingly and get most of your energy from modern man made horrors with light and non imposing names. Do the opposite and you'll magically become that guy with good genetics who eats when he wants and always looks good.
Saturated fat is fine if you don't have a lot of inflammation. When you have chronic inflammation it leads to arterial plaque formation.
avoid polyunsaturated as much as possible, ideally all the fat you consume should be saturated
this is a good intro as to why but id avoid his other vids bc hes a ketard https://youtu.be/rQmqVVmMB3k
minnesota coronary study that proved definitively that PUFA cause coronary disease https://www.bmj.com/content/353/bmj.i1246
read ray peats articles for a more in depth biochemical/endocrinological explanation (they are essential reading):
raypeat dot com