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Whats The Damn Deal


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Ok Well To Start of im 20 yrs old Bout 5'9 and used to weigh 280lbs im now down to 185 give or take 10 lbs  it hasnt even been a whole year countin calories so i guess im doing ok but my question is 

How Come Everytyme not often i have a binge of either eating food or drinking. the next day it seems like i lossed more weight

another thing whats a quick way to pass a drug test

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Original Post by aureliuz:

another thing whats a quick way to pass a drug test

Don't do drugs.

Original Post by amethystgirl:

Original Post by aureliuz:

another thing whats a quick way to pass a drug test

Don't do drugs.

 AG is right. This is the only way to positively pass a drug test. You should probably work on this.

A part of my job is doing urine and breath alcohol tests on people. Whether or not the test being positive depends how rescently the drug is ingestedif the  metabolites are still present in the urine. It is also individual per persons metabolism, weight, ect (heavier people keep drugs in their system longer because some drugs are stored in fat, and some process of excretion are slowed by a slow metabolism. 

You can cheat a drug  test... but trained professionals can most likely tell right away that you are being deceitful, and you will end up looking like more of a tool.

 

 

You may weigh less after a night of heavy drinking because your body is in a dehydrated state, as alcohol is a diuretic.

 

There is a theory of a necessary binge every week or so to upset your metabolism so it doesn't plateau.  Some body builders like Joel Marion and others promote this and it sounds plausible. 

If you look at the role of Leptin and other weight hormones, keeping the body constantly guessing and feeling really full at times, this weekly binging helps the metabolism.

Don't know if any of this has been proven.

Hollie

The only way to pass a drug test for sure is not to take any drugs.

 

 

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