On August 19, 2013 at 10:29PM Mark Said…

I just wanted to let you know that after reading this I am very depressed. lol

Original Post from Tessa Schlesinger:

QUOTE: his is the time it takes fat to reach the waistline after a big meal — dietary fat enters the blood around an hour after a meal, and after three hours, much of it is found in adipose tissue, the fatty tissue found mostly around the waist, according to research from Oxford University. 

QUOTE: In a meal containing 30g of total fat (such as a chicken tikka masala or beef lasagne) there will be two to three teaspoons of fat in tissue around the waist after about three hours.  That is temporary storage and will be used as an energy source — unless we eat too much, when it will remain, and accumulate, so we put on weight.

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