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Updated on Wednesday, July 15

#21095

OMG: I'm tired of people thinking less of me because I'm fat. I've been trying to lose weight for a long time and I've tried every diet and lifestyle change there is. I count calories religiously and still don't lose weight. This time I'm taking a drug to help, it makes me super sweaty and even though I already took 2 showers today, I still feel unbearably overheated. I know it's going to be worth it though because eventually I will be skinny!
 

24 comments

  1. You're either a liar or an exaggerator.
    You don't violate the laws of physics.

    If you eat less calories than you use, you will lose weight. SIMPLE AS THAT.

    You either aren't persistent enough or are a lying delusional sack of shit.

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    1. It's completely possible OP was doing something wrong, but was likely not being malicious. There is a lot of misinformation regarding nutrition out there, it can be hard for a layperson to distinguish what is true and what isn't. I hardly think the OP deserves to be insulted.

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    2. It's possible to retain fat if one is stressed. The whole "input < output" theory is complete bunk and a staple for the armchair knowitall who just hates fat people. I would simply ignore #1.

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    3. lol 1b stay scientific.

      How exactly does one continue to hold energy after expending it? I think you might be onto a new limitless energy source in fatties.

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    4. Nah, 1b read on some fat-acceptance blog about how the "input < output" theory is bunk. Apparently the laws of physics don't apply if they hurt your feelings.

      Feelings > Truth apparently. Fuck conservation of mass-energy

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    5. ^LOL. Jenny McCarthy is that you?

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    6. You know someone is completely full of shit when they bring in Physics for a Biochem question.

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    7. ^But its so much easier to say "conservation of energy and mass" (which is thermodynamics more than anything) than acknowledge that in the complex biological system that is the human body things are a little more complicated than that.

      While its true that eating less should make you lose weight, this process is long and unpleasant for most people.

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    8. Agreed 1.g.

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    9. 1g, do u put out?

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    10. Lol. First time I felt sorry for a troll. You just know someone that stupid has to pay in order to get laid. They're just taking their sexual frustrations out on an easy target - obese people.

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    11. 1.f, you know someone is a fucking retard when they think physics has nothing to do with biochem

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    12. ^LOL. Need a pillow for that butthurt?

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  2. Fat sweaty sex is the best sex :)

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  3. If you're counting calories and not losing weight, you're either counting to too high of a number, or you really suck at counting.

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  4. or it could that his/her metabolism slowed down when s/he abruptly cut on food intake.
    I tried to lower my calories intake suddenly sometimes and it didn't work but then I decided to wait for as long as it takes to lose weight. I had a deficit of around 300 calories a day for around 6-7 months and I lost 50 lbs in total.

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    1. The big bad "starvation mode" strikes again!

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  5. 1. Calculate TDEE
    2. Eat less calories than TDEE
    3. ????
    4. Profit

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    1. sooo, what's phase 3?

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  6. Which drug?

    Also, if you want to, get a referral from a doctor at health services to see the dietician, she's really great.

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  7. Drug... Sweat... You taking DNP? If so, be careful with it OP... Easy to make mistakes with dosages and timing, it's best to cut carbs while taking it, and it's not a good idea to take in this hot and humid weather thermoregulation wise.

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  8. It's not just about losing weight but understanding the reasons behind the gain in the first place so that you know how to keep it off.

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  9. You didn't mention anything about implementing exercise, maybe try that if you haven't

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  10. Don't trust any paper you read that is not from a peer-reviewed journal with an impact factor of less than 10. And don't even read blogs. Any uninformed person with an opinion can start a blog.

    Also, there is constantly new information being discovered, if you read something too old, there may be new science with better results.

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