Originally Posted by Suareezay
We're all governed by the same laws of thermodynamics, and our underlying physiology is essentially the same. So no, every body is actually the same.
GTFO... this thread is for broscience only!
I agree with everything you post on this forum about nutrition, but I do think that some variance does exist from person to person in regard to how our bodies react to certain diets, or at least how they make us "feel." For example, I'm more of an ecto and run great off carbs, and I can notice a huge difference in energy levels/workout intensity by just dropping them off a little bit while cutting. Others swear by keto diets and do fine on them so although the biological processes that govern us are all the same (or very close to the same with some exceptions such as those who are insulin resistant, etc), I think that you could argue that there is something to be said for different people taking different approaches to dieting. Overall though it does come down to meeting minimum macro requirements and overall cals at the end of the day.