By adding moist dietary fiber and natural oils/fats or sauces, with good live bacteria, it might be possible to redirect the nutrients to other non-energy purposes.
How can we explain "negative calorie intake"?
The nutrients we eat and drink & the calories they carry cannot vanish, but they can be redirected to other non-energy purposes. Thus, making them "non-countable."
The portion of food dedicated for tissue regeneration varies depending on the body's requirements and diet quality and quantity. The rest is converted into energy and fat and determines body weight. Surprisingly! - Processed foods make us gain weight much faster than the same equal calories of natural foods. Not all calories are equal. The "calorie is a calorie” tautology is wrong.
The negative calorie idea with a completely new Interpretation.
- The idea that negative calories exist is not new and usually referred to foods that the digestion requires more calories than the food carries. My Hypothesis is entirely different.
- The new trend for slimming by testing intestinal bacteria and adapting foods accordingly is based on similar principles of improved absorption of nutrients suitable for tissue regeneration and long-term maintenance. (Without a comprehensive theory to explain how it works.)