Article: Sugar During Rest Increases Obesity

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    What's the active peiorid, during the day? Compared to inactive while sleeping?
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    So drinking soda while playing Xbox is worse for me than drinking soda while working or lifting. Isn't that just common sense?
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    Not necessarily....one would think if the calories consumed were equal and the work output was equal then there would be no difference between the groups.
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    I'd like to know exactly what they determined as 'active period' and what hours of the day it was, or if that was controlled for. Could make a big difference in pre/post/intra exercise nutrition.
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    This article is fairly incomplete and doesn't tell us much. bomcgraw showed us that. And they mentioned nothing of their experiments with saturated fat (so why bring it up?). I think the idea here is sugar = sugar no matter what but if you drink soda while running around it's not as bad as drinking a Slurpee watching Family Guy. Captain Obvious strikes again!
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    Its basically saying that consuming sugar during active times (during excersise) is best than consuming sugar products any other timep; at the desk, watching tv, ect. They have to be vague because its still a study and people take things to literally and if it doesnt work they blame them others for it. It sounds obvious to some but as a trainer there are alot of people who dont think that way they figure oh i worked out so i can do this and this and it wont be bad for me.
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