Ok, I don´t want my 75,8g anymore

Thread: Ok, I don´t want my 75,8g anymore

1. Ok, I don´t want my 75,8g anymore

After my last thread , I am convinced that the weight of any food is composed by this four elements:
-Carbs/Fiber
-Protein
-Fats
-Water

What is interesting is that most foods are full with water. Some foods are 60% or 70% of just plain water.
I don´t know what gives you the satisfaction, the feeling that you are full after you eat. Maybe it is the quantity of macronutrients but I believe that it is the volume of "food" that you ingested.

Well, if water usually takes more than 50% of any food. What If I dehydrate my foods ? The macronutrients will be there, just the water is gone. So, it must be easier to consume more calories.
I am gonna eat just powder for now on.

Examples:
--------
Milk 100 ml
Calories = 65
Fats=3.3g
Carbohydrates=5.4g
Protein=3.5
Water=87.2
Total weight=100g

Milk with NO water
Calories=65
Fats=3.3g
Carbohydrates=5.4g
Protein=3.5
Water=0
Total weight=12,2g
--------
Chicken
Calories=110
Fats=1.2g
Carbohydrates=0
Protein=23g
Water=75.8g
Total weight=100g

Chicken with NO water
Calories=110
Fats=1.2g
Carbohydrates=0
Protein=23g
Total weight=24.2g
--------
Shrimp
Calories=106
Fats=1.7g
Carbohydrates=0.9g
Protein=20.3g
Water=77.1
Total weight=100g

Shrimp with NO water
Calories=106
Fats=1.7g
Carbohydrates=0.9g
Protein=20.3g
Total weight=22.9g

Maybe you don´t need to dehydrate everything but to loose 50% or 70% makes a huge difference.
Anyway, do you get my point? Does it make any sense to you ?

2. Even if what I said is stupid. Say that it is stupid. Just don´t leave me if no response.

3. Nasa sends dehydrated food with thier astronauts don't they?

Nasa sends dehydrated food with thier astronauts don't they?
I don´t know about that. Nice thing that Nasa agrees with me.

5. Originally posted by Vieope
Even if what I said is stupid. Say that it is stupid. Just don´t leave me if no response.
I think it's stupid.

6. Originally posted by Monolith
I think it's stupid.
Thanks
Can you tell me why do you think that? Seriously, I wanna know.

7. Originally posted by Vieope
Thanks
Can you tell me why do you think that? Seriously, I wanna know.
Well you'd have to increase your water intake exponentially to compensate for the deyhdrated foods. If you didnt, it would likely tax the hell out of your kidneys, give you some crazy constipation, and other fun side effects of becoming dehydrated.

Not to mention the food would taste like crap.

8. Originally posted by Monolith
Well you'd have to increase your water intake exponentially to compensate for the deyhdrated foods. If you didnt, it would likely tax the hell out of your kidneys, give you some crazy constipation, and other fun side effects of becoming dehydrated.

Not to mention the food would taste like crap.
Hahaha.. my food already taste like crap

I was looking on the web and yes, it is true that astronauts use dehydrated food, almost all of it is like that. They use the water byproduct of fuel consumption to hydrate again but not as much as it was.
The problem here is eating and the same time taking the water.You can drink as much as you want later after digestion. The problem I think is the excessive intake of water while eating. That is what makes bulking such a hard thing to some people.

Look I will but this stuff "THE DEHYDRATOR"
[IMG2]http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B000059L4A.01.MZZZZZZZ.jpg[/IMG2]

Anyone with more ideas why that is good or bad ? I am just speculating here.

9. lmao. You should create a diet around this. Hell, if TP can do it, anyone can... right?

"Vieope's Powder Snorting Diet"

10. Originally posted by Monolith
lmao. You should create a diet around this. Hell, if TP can do it, anyone can... right?

"Vieope's Powder Snorting Diet"
LOL .. Maybe you are right...
Search on google, exist a whole underground culture of dehydrated foods.

One thing that is bothering me is that every time a newbie post something here about how much protein he needs or if he ask about cardio in the diet forum, he gets thousands of replies.

When somebody ask something out of the ordinary, even if it is not correct, few ppl says something.

11. Originally posted by Vieope
LOL .. Maybe you are right...
Search on google, exist a whole underground culture of dehydrated foods.

One thing that is bothering me is that every time a newbie post something here about how much protein he needs or if he ask about cardio in the diet forum, he gets thousands of replies.

When somebody ask something out of the ordinary, even if it is not correct, few ppl says something.
Probably because protein and cardio questions are pretty easy to answer... most people know how to answer them. The more... err... esoteric questions arent as easy to answer.

Doesnt stop me from trying, though.

12. Originally posted by Monolith
Probably because protein and cardio questions are pretty easy to answer... most people know how to answer them. The more... err... esoteric questions arent as easy to answer.

Doesnt stop me from trying, though.
That is exactly it.. let´s make a test.. think about a very easy question for me to post it.

13. Originally posted by Vieope
That is exactly it.. let´s make a test.. think about a very easy question for me to post it.
"I weigh 200lbs, about how much protein should i eat?"

"Does creatine work?"

"Is it better to do cardio before or after lifting?"

14. Originally posted by Vieope
Hahaha.. my food already taste like crap

I was looking on the web and yes, it is true that astronauts use dehydrated food, almost all of it is like that. They use the water byproduct of fuel consumption to hydrate again but not as much as it was.
The problem here is eating and the same time taking the water.You can drink as much as you want later after digestion. The problem I think is the excessive intake of water while eating. That is what makes bulking such a hard thing to some people.

Look I will but this stuff "THE DEHYDRATOR"
[IMG2]http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B000059L4A.01.MZZZZZZZ.jpg[/IMG2]

Anyone with more ideas why that is good or bad ? I am just speculating here.

Thats the Ronco electric food dehydrator! I have 2 of them

15. That is exactly it .. Why do you have two of them ?

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