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    Quote Originally Posted by drgregellis View Post
    I received my BA degree from the University of Pittsburgh, my MS and PhD degrees from the Temple University School of Medicine’s Department of Physiology. My doctorate degree is in Physiology with special areas of study into exercise physiology and exercise biochemistry.

    My PhD thesis involved an extensive study into the regulation of metabolism (the study of how the body processes and uses food as fuel). I’m also a Certified Nutrition Specialist with the American College of Nutrition.

    that's very interesting. thank you for the info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drgregellis View Post
    Carbohydrates get turned into sugars in the body, simple as that, whether they are from fruit, veg, or whatever else. And in the article referred to at the beginning it shows that sugar is the problem not the meats and fats. Re read it and quote exactly where I misuse my facts and i'd be glad to clarify


    in what context carbs "bad"?
    why pillory any food group?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drgregellis View Post
    Carbohydrates get turned into sugars in the body, simple as that, whether they are from fruit, veg, or whatever else. And in the article referred to at the beginning it shows that sugar is the problem not the meats and fats. Re read it and quote exactly where I misuse my facts and i'd be glad to clarify
    Okay. First you said this:

    These are huge breakthroughs and really are changing 50 and 60 year old premises like that fats and meats are bad and breads and veggies and fruits are the best when in actuality it is beginning to seem like fat and protein are good while processed foods like breads and any type of sugar, whether stuff in the middle of an Oreo or the fructose found in an apple, are turning out to be the real bad guys.
    Then you said this:

    Well its really about the calories. So if you eat 3000 calories of broccoli and you only burn off 2500 calories a day then yes you will gain weight... and probably turn green

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    i completely agree, it doesn't matter where it comes from or what you eat a carb is a carb to the body, it all gets turned into sugar in the body

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptShady View Post
    Respectfully sir, since the subject was brought up, what is your Dr for?
    oh heck, i should have been more clear, but it did result in certainly an interesting cv.
    my question was really if dr greg is, as i often get asked, a "real doctor" - as in md - or a phd like myself. the confusion is kinda why i don't tend to say "dr mc" except to banks or hotels. sometimes folks do add that to my name in pubs, and i understand why. it's more context.

    so me? technically interdisciplinary (which i wouldn't wish on a dog, because ya have to meet the requirements for multiple programs), with emphasis in human factors (detailed on my rkc page, linked below), that is, you know, cognitive stuff for performance. Like pilots in cockpits dealing with tons of dials or surgeons dealing with high stress and vision falling off, or you trying to complete an experiment in a lab, record your findings without your stuff blowing up, or lately cyclists dealing with tension while trying to race and keep relaxed form. so, overall? human performance scientist/engineer. research is broadly in an area becoming known as "quality of life" or qol.

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    You're now quoting things that i posted after your original argument stating i use the word sugar and carb interchangeably? And i'm still confused as to what your point is? Carbs are bad no matter what kind they are, I then state that by making an over exaggerated claim like someone could eat 3000 calories worth of broccoli. So what is your claim? or are you just repasting what i say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drgregellis View Post
    You're now quoting things that i posted after your original argument stating i use the word sugar and carb interchangeably? And i'm still confused as to what your point is? Carbs are bad no matter what kind they are, I then state that by making an over exaggerated claim like someone could eat 3000 calories worth of broccoli. So what is your claim? or are you just repasting what i say?
    I was ASKING if you MEANT carbs and sugars interchangeably. I wasn't accusing. I was asking for clarification on the point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mc View Post
    oh heck, i should have been more clear, but it did result in certainly an interesting cv.
    my question was really if dr greg is, as i often get asked, a "real doctor" - as in md - or a phd like myself. the confusion is kinda why i don't tend to say "dr mc" except to banks or hotels. sometimes folks do add that to my name in pubs, and i understand why. it's more context.
    Sorry if I sounded like I was being anything that curious. I've seen your credentials, and read a lot of the studies you've posted (what I could understand of them of course), and was legitimately just curious as to what your Phd was in.

    Quote Originally Posted by mc View Post
    so me? technically interdisciplinary (which i wouldn't wish on a dog, because ya have to meet the requirements for multiple programs), with emphasis in human factors (detailed on my rkc page, linked below), that is, you know, cognitive stuff for performance. Like pilots in cockpits dealing with tons of dials or surgeons dealing with high stress and vision falling off, or you trying to complete an experiment in a lab, record your findings without your stuff blowing up, or lately cyclists dealing with tension while trying to race and keep relaxed form. so, overall? human performance scientist/engineer. research is broadly in an area becoming known as "quality of life" or qol.
    Very interesting. I used to work with guys like yourself. I helped build robots that simulated human breathing patterns, so they could be put in high altitude chambers, for testing, for the purpose of preventing GLOC.

    Many respects, Happy New Year.

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    Then yes I am, since carbs are converted to sugars, starches, cellulose, and gums

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