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If you just skip to 5:30 all you'll miss is a long introduction, some A/V technical problems, and one feeble joke.
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So... how does the actual weight gain compare to the Calorie formula if you subtract out the calories nominally coming from fiber. Here in the US, at least, the total Calories on the label include those from fiber (at 4 kcals/g). In reality, the insoluble provides no Calories, and the soluble might provide ~2 kcals/g from short chain fatty acids produced from it by gut bacteria.

If you assume the fiber is distributed 50/50 between soluble and insoluble, you could subtract 3 kcals for each gram of fiber consumed.

If the vegan diet is performing a little better than the junk food diet, I suspect the inaccuracy in total Calorie count due to the fiber issue may be the reason. I'd bet that the high carb vegan diet actually does follow the Calorie formula pretty closely.
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I'll be putting my net calories in my conclusion :)
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Gotta love Toto in this one! He was one fantastic little dog!
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This can't be right. The molar mass of beta-hydroxybuterate, our major ketone body, acid is 104 g/mole. 2.5 to 3.0 millimolar translates to 26 to 31 mg/dL, which would be a fatal glucose level even for a keto-adapted person. I think he meant 5.5 to 6.5 millimolar glucose concentration.

And while I'm posting, I may as well note that he surely means mg/decilitre rather than mg/decaliter.
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Just to set the record straight, Libertytreetv's claims are bunk:

science.kqed.org/quest/2012/12/17/knowing-neanderthals/

This is, of course, in addition to the fact that the fossil record is clear. Genus homo and species Homo sapiens (both sapiens sapiens and sapiens neanterthalensis) evolved in Eastern Africa. Libertytreetv has been watching too many conspiracy theory videos.
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Auntie Em is a cunt.
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People make this so complicated. Cut out the grains. The childhood... and adulthood... obesity will abate.
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