Re: Research Question of the Week: A Comprehensive Discussion on Diet Induced Thermogenesis
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Also, I know it's negligible, but what about the energy it takes to bring cold food to body temp? Is there a way to rule this out, since it's not really diet induced? I realizing consuming food at or above body temp wouldn't affect anything. It might not be enough to worrie about, but I know a few calories (little c) would be burned, and this would add up over time.
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That would have an effect but there are not many foods to eat that are really cold, besides ice-cream. [img]/forum/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
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