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  1. chooks at |

    im going to McDonalds right now

  2. FMH at |

    The word “average” says it all: “Your body requires on average 150-250 calories to digest your food”. Food that contains less calories usually does so because it can’t be digested completely. If it can’t be digested completely, it needs less energy to be metabolized. Come on, Top Tenz, the myth of “thermic food” is not a controversy, it’s just a myth.
    You can, however, eat a lot and get not hungry while still starving: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rabbit_starvation

  3. Amber Keller at |

    And for decades, researchers have known that broccoli and related vegetables like cauliflower and watercress appeared to lower the risk of some cancers. I prefer vegetarian food.


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