Florine asked in HealthDiet & Fitness · 4 weeks ago

I eat ice cream almost every night?

Is this bad? 

I exercise (6 mi run everyday or 20 mile bike ride)

I eat pretty healthy foods , some sweets tho.

I'm not asking if I'lll gain weight (well, idk, will I?), I'm more curious about ice cream in terms of my cholesterol and the sugar in it.


I don't eat a ton of ic, but it is more than 1 scoop. maybe like 2.

it's sooooo good. I could eat it every meal of the day and not get sick of it lol.

4 Answers

  • Andy C
    Lv 7
    4 weeks ago
    Favourite answer

    Yes,  it will eventually make you fat, but if you are highly active,  it will just make you very sick before it makes you fat.

    I know that I am the dissenting person,  here,  but I am the only one who knows for a fact that they are right.  I'm not cocky; just very comfortable with my level of understanding. 

    I could break this down and tell you the biochemistry behind its metabolism,  but because you and 90% of Americans are unwittingly addicted to the fructose hall of the sucrose molecule,  this news isn't likely going to change your mind. 

    I know addiction.   I broke 4, sugar being the last.  The brain makes its own 'logic' in order to rationalize further use.  Its a b!+<h, for sure.

    Fructose is poisonous when consumed regulary,  causing liver dysfunction,  causing body problems like:

    Most obesity 

    All of diabetes II

    Most heart disease 

    Most IBS

    Most hypothyroidism 

    Most non alcoholic liver disease 

    Most acne 

    Most eating disorders 

    Most immuno deficiency 

    Most anxiety 

    Most depression 

    I  was lucky enough to be married to a doctor who attended a CME seminar where the guest speaker was a pediatric endocrinologist who,  after 15 years of research,  wrote up his findings in the book below..

    4 common poisons:



    Trans fats 

    Branched chain amino acids from corn-fed animal products. 

    Ice cream is RICH in 3.

    You only need too much of 1.

    Source(s): "Fat Chance..." by Dr. Robert Lustig, M.D.
  • 4 weeks ago

    depends on how fast your metabolism is

  • 4 weeks ago

    no that’s called balance and you’re doing it right

  • 4 weeks ago

    it's probably true neutral

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