My answer to What is the limit to the amount of calories immediately burned versus stored as fat in one meal?

Answer by Connie b. Dellobuono:

If you eat excess calories, your body stores the energy as glycogen or fat to use at a later time.

If your health goal is a low calorie ketogenic diet, then you would limit your calorie – it also aids longevity ( Starve cancer cells with low cal ketogenic diet )

It takes 4hrs to digest meat and 30min for eggs. So eat your meat and high good fat die during lunch.

What is the limit to the amount of calories immediately burned versus stored as fat in one meal?