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briantheliberal says2015-11-10T07:39:03.7846169Z
No, they contribute to possible weight gain but many factors are involved in that.
BluQat says2015-11-11T19:26:51.5040990Z
Fatty foods don't make you fat. The only way you can get fat is eating more calories than your body burns. It's that simple. Nothing else can make you fat.
evielovesrocknroll says2015-11-13T23:37:48.7778433Z
That depends on your metabolism. Mine is pretty high. ;)
Kotoro says2015-11-19T18:24:11.9809054Z
Fatty foods don't exactly make you fat. The only thing you have to watch out for is the calories, which actually do make you fat. If you don't believe me, here is an article about a guy eating McDonalds for 6 months, and yet he lost 56 lbs. Http://www.Today.Com/health/man-loses-56-pounds-after-eating-only-mcdonalds-six-months-2D79329158
whatshouldIdo says2015-12-13T23:45:38.8451420Z
GMO food is much, much unhealthier than natural food. Burning calories won't help if you don't have high metabolism. That is probably why the US of America is one of the most obese countries in the world.

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