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>>12736847
>Fun fact: if you're thirsty, there's a 100 percent chance you're dehydrated
Wrong. Your body is way more sensitive to a lack of water than to a lack of food (you might die after months with no food; you will die in a couple days with no water), and thirst kicks in long before you're even close to actual dehydration:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6514825
>The results indicate that during free access to water humans become thirsty and drink before body fluid deficits develop, perhaps in response to subtle oropharyngeal cues, and so provide evidence for anticipatory thirst and drinking in man.
The idea people aren't drinking enough water partially comes from that 8 glasses a day myth:
https://www.bmj.com/content/335/7633/1288
>A suitable allowance of water for adults is 2.5 litres daily in most instances. An ordinary standard for diverse persons is 1 millilitre for each calorie of food. Most of this quantity is contained in prepared foods. If the last, crucial sentence is ignored, the statement could be interpreted as instruction to drink eight glasses of water a day.

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>>12674353
Danone's been caught unironically trying to shill in academic journals by passing off baseless ads as actual content:
https://www.theguardian.com/society/2011/jul/22/had-our-fill-of-water
>Over the last few weeks, those who visited the British Medical Journal's website might have noticed an advert for a new public health initiative, Hydration for Health. It is sponsored by Danone – which owns the Evian, Volvic and Badoit bottled water brands – and urges healthcare professionals to encourage people to drink more water, claiming that "evidence is increasing that even mild dehydration plays a role in the development of various diseases".
>Margaret McCartney, a GP and columnist, saw these adverts and complained about it, writing an article for the BMJ (who admitted "we hadn't followed our own guidelines. The advertisement bypassed our editorial checks") about the lack of evidence – and citing the shortcomings of many studies – that people should be drinking more water.
Also, reminder that juices, soda, and even coffee are all as hydrating as plain water:
https://academic.oup.com/ajcn/article/103/3/717/4564598
>Cumulative urine output at 4 h after ingestion of cola, diet cola, hot tea, iced tea, coffee, lager, orange juice, sparkling water, and a sports drink were not different from the response to water ingestion.
And as one more reminder, your body is way more sensitive to a lack of water than to a lack of food (you might die after months with no food; you will die in a couple days with no water), and thirst kicks in long before you're even close to actual dehydration:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6514825
>The results indicate that during free access to water humans become thirsty and drink before body fluid deficits develop, perhaps in response to subtle oropharyngeal cues, and so provide evidence for anticipatory thirst and drinking in man.

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>>12623675
I will never stop being amazed how these anons unironically believe restaurant chains invest in secret ad circumventing social media marketing campaigns on 4chan of all places, where you can't track results because it's all anonymous and constantly self-destructing content, you can't prove any of what you tried worked, and you can't take credit for any of what you tried regardless unless you want your company's boomer execs pulling up the website link from your dumbass 4chan campaign powerpoint presentation and seeing people calling each other nigger and faggot alongside not yet purged gore and scat porn pics posted by anons upset that their last thread was deleted.

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>>12622510
>>12622735
How have you anti-frog fags STILL not learned? You've had over a decade now to come to terms with how crying over frog pics isn't going to make them go away.

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>>12617977
>"High sugary drinks consumption is a risk factor for obesity and weight gain," she said, and, "obesity is in itself a risk factor for cancer."
So same deal as what all the government / research sites say about the correlation between drinking sugary beverages and type 2 diabetes.
Which is that it's not the drinks directly causing these problems. It's that the people drinking them are more likely to be overweight. Being overweight is what really causes the damage. If you're not overweight it isn't an issue.

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>>12604374
>What's the catch? Seems too good to be true.
The catch is whoever wrote this:
>https://www.odditycentral.com/foods/solein-the-wonder-food-made-from-electricity-water-and-air.html
>Solein – The Wonder Food Made from Electricity, Water And Air
>Finnish startup Solar Foods has come up with a way to produce a protein-rich food called Solein from electricity, water and air
Is retarded and/or extremely dishonest. They keep on saying it's made from water, electricity, and air when the part that actually makes it is the bacteria they use for fermentation.
It's like if I said:
>Beef Jerky! Made from only* salt, air, and heat!
>...
>*Also meat.

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>>12538231
Obvious b8 thread. Notice how all the things listed are exactly the products k
notorious for being different in the US e.g. corn syrup in coke and butyric acid in chocolate.

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>>12514465
>HOW IN THE HELL will a scrawny dude beat that woman
Because as scrawny as he is he's still at least not a woman. Different muscle fiber composition and frame still even if the woman weighs more. Would you rather get shot with a small bullet or a larger paintball?
>>12511266
Crispy obviously.

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>>12485003
>Still trying to stop frogposting
It's been 11 years, just walk away.

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>>12385044
>If you’re thirsty you’re already dehydrated. So no. Bad advice.
Retard.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6514825
>The results indicate that during free access to water humans become thirsty and drink before body fluid deficits develop, perhaps in response to subtle oropharyngeal cues, and so provide evidence for anticipatory thirst and drinking in man.
>>12385036
Retard or troll.
https://www.bmj.com/content/335/7633/1288
>Medical myths
>The advice to drink at least eight glasses of water a day can be found throughout the popular press. One origin may be a 1945 recommendation that stated: A suitable allowance of water for adults is 2.5 litres daily in most instances. An ordinary standard for diverse persons is 1 millilitre for each calorie of food. Most of this quantity is contained in prepared foods. If the last, crucial sentence is ignored, the statement could be interpreted as instruction to drink eight glasses of water a day.

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>>12338286
>fast food /ck/
>Thread topics on the board for food and cooking are exactly proportional to the kinds of foods 4chan users who mostly don't cook actually consume
Wow, I wonder why that is?

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>>12305583
>Its fucking fast-food.
>It was literally just raw fish on rice as a snack for poor fishermen to be consumed while they were working on the docks.
Why do brainlets love repeating the "ACTUALLY, sushi was originally just fast food!" meme so much?
http://www.tokyofoundation.org/en/topics/japanese-traditional-foods/vol.-13-funa-zushi
>Historical records of the food date back well over a millennium, according to Terutoshi Hibino, a scholar versed in its history. In his article "Omi no funa zushi no rekishi" (The History of the Funa Zushi of Omi), included in the book Funa zushi o kangaeru (Considerations on Funa Zushi), Hibino writes that the kanji character signifying sushi appears in a document preserved in the Shosoin treasure house, a repository of documents and objects of the Nara period (710-794).
>It is frequently mentioned in documents of the Muromachi period (1333-1568) onward as gifts to aristocratic and samurai families. In the Edo period, moreover, domains of the Omi area presented the food to the shogunate as a local specialty, and the funa zushi of Omi enjoyed the privilege of being designated as a favorite of the shogun family.
http://www.pbs.org/food/the-history-kitchen/history-of-sushi/
>Funa-zushi, the earliest known form of nare-zushi, originated more than 1,000 years ago near Lake Biwa, Japan’s largest freshwater lake. Golden carp known as funa was caught from the lake, packed in salted rice, and compacted under weights to speed up the fermentation. This process took at least half a year to complete, and was only available to the wealthy upper class in Japan from the ninth to 14th centuries.

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>>12286467
https://www.cdc.gov/nutrition/data-statistics/sugar-sweetened-beverages-intake.html
>In 2011-2014, 6 in 10 youth (63%) and 5 in 10 adults (49%) drank a sugar-sweetened beverage on a given day. On average, U.S. youth consume 143 calories from SSBs and U.S. adults consume 145 calories from SSBs on a given day.6,7
Yes anon, it's the 143 calories that made you fat. Not your 4000 calories of food. Fat idiot.

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>>12230357
>Why are you on a cooking board if you can't cook and seem unwilling to learn?
Why can't you read?
>FOOD & Cooking
Most people here don't cook. Which would be obvious if you knew how to use the catalog view.

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>>11946964
You already have lots of frendly bacterias in you

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>>11917882

I'll give you 5$

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>>11896829
If you're not Japanese you probably can't even digest it and therefore won't benefit nutritionally from it at all FYI.
https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=125675700
>About 40,000 years ago, bacteria in the stomachs of Japanese people evolved to digest nori, the seaweed that's used to wrap maki rolls. But the average person from North America doesn't carry this version of the microbe.
>Unsurprisingly, bacteria in North American guts don't have the genes to break down seaweed, which means the body can't get calories — energy — from it.

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>>11835839
for me, it's Dr. Pepper

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>>11770482
>simple
>natural
are we being played

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>>11487293
Me. If I smell it I get that real citrusy kind of aroma. In food I get a soapy-ish taste, but it isn't super off putting and it adds to a total flavor profile.



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