Random health and exercise thoughts - Page 2687
No it's not. Cooking breaks down the enzymes in the eggs, vastly increasing the amount of protein in the egg that you actually absorb. I believe it goes from ~40% to ~90%. You can visibly see this as the egg white solidifies, so if you microwave it and it's still runny, you're not getting the benefit.
If you were just talking about pasteurization, the risk with raw eggs is a small risk with large consequences - salmonella. You're pretty safe with free range eggs. I don't know much about farm eggs.
There's a bunch of other foods that aren't digested fully either, nuts and seeds for example.
Those small flax seeds pass through your the whole digestion system and end up in toilet exactly the same way as you ate them. Not a single calorie counted.
For other nuts, the calories actually digested are something in like 40-75% range (can't remember exactly).
Too much fiber at once and too big meals can also worsen your digestion of nutrients. I think you have to take it pretty damn far to achieve that though. Anyway, it could be one reason for why some people easier gain weight on a bulk with more small meals rather than very few very big ones, with the same total calorie and macronutrient intake.
Inzer? Pretty sure M would be the way to go, I think Charly said he uses his M and his waist is a lot bigger now than when he first got it.
I am about the same waist and just ordered an M from Inzer a couple weeks ago. It's not here yet, but from the reviews I read it sounds like there will be a decent amount of play in either direction.
How the hell is that even considered "eating clean"? As a matter of fact, I hate that term in general...