« on: 03/09/2019 15:43:12 »
Quote from: Trent
Is there any food that’s more nutritionally dense than it is physically dense? Meaning, if you eat 100 g of it before going to bed, you’ll wake up 200 g heavier (or at least 101 g heavier?)Mass cannot just be created from nowhere. You can consume 100g of hypothetical super food with 10,000 calories in it and you will mass exactly 100g more until you take on additional mass in the form of say air or water.
So I might gain more than 1g by eating a gram of salt, but that's because it makes me thirsty and I retain more of the water I drink to rebalance my salinity level.
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