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>there is never any permanent stretching.
Of course there isn't permanment otherwise there would be no point in reducing portion size and my point would be invalid, why are you repeating what I just said, as if it make my point wrong.
Stomach do stretch over time if you eat more than you should and it affects your hunger, and does not instantly return to normal size, any competitive eater could confirm this for you.
>Even in people who have a naturally larger stomach, there is absolutely no change to satiety.
well we both know that is bullshit. the people on 'my 600 pound life' are clearly eating many times as much as they should, it isn't just that their food is calorific, the volume is many times more than a person should eat.
>your satiety mechanisms wont be kicking in to make you want to stop, your insulin resistance will still be sky high. It takes a huge amount of willpower every single day, for as long as you stick to it. If you cut out the sugar completely and replace it with something that's actually nutritious, a multitude of both physiological and psychological factors kick in. For the first three weeks, cutting out sugar completely takes less power than "just one a day", and after three weeks the need for willpower disappears completely.
So when I propose a method that affects insulin production, it is wrong and doomed to fail because no one will manage a few weeks, but when you propose a method that affects insulin production, it is fine and will succeed because everyone can manage a few weeks? is that the long-and the short of it?
I'd also like to ask you, what makes you think overweight people aren't already eatting the 'correct foods', just too much of it? or is it impossible for people to eat too much of your magic foods?