Originally Posted by acoustik
ALL SUGARS (from vegetable or donut) become glucose and are broken down through glycolysis, yielding 2 pyruvate (there are other products, but for simplicity, 2 pyruvate). These 2 pyruvate are converted into acetyl CoA, which are used in the citric acid cycle to generate FADH2 and NADH. FADH2 and NADH are then used in the electron transport chain to produce an electron gradient. Oxidative phosphorylation is then performed via chemiosmosis to produce ATP, which is where our energy comes from. So in summary: all sugars go through the same process and are reduced to basic units of energy, making it impossible for there to be "good" calories or "bad" calories.
Prove me wrong with music composition or real research. Go ahead.
Well, then let's conduct a real world experiment, shall we?
You eat 1,400 calories a day of lard for a month, and I'll eat 1,400 calories a day of lean proteins, fruits, and vegetables for a month.
You can tell me whether or not there is such a thing as good calories and bad calories at the end of the month, mkay, small one?