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The Metabolic Effect Diet: Eat More, Work Out
The Metabolic Effect Diet: Eat More, Work Out

The Metabolic Effect Diet: Eat More, Work Out Less, and Actually Lose Weight While You Rest by Jade Teta, Keoni Teta

The Metabolic Effect Diet: Eat More, Work Out Less, and Actually Lose Weight While You Rest



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ISBN: 9780061834899
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Page: 256


As the authors of this study point out, “Several trials showed that low-carbohydrate, high-protein diets resulted in more weight loss over the course of three to six months than conventional high-carbohydrate, low-fat diets, but other studies did not show this But, when taken as a whole, the evidence suggests it doesn't really matter what diet you follow—low carb, high protein, Atkins, whatever. You personally eat more calories than you used to, and you have LOST weight without increasing exercise. But when I read the above, it really makes me wonder if I should toss out the scale (because the fat loss is working, but hidden by water), or did my ketosis just “conk out”? Check your status in each of these areas and you will advance your health while reducing your pant size. The problem is I live in a tiny town where if you say you can't lose weight, the Drs say, eat less and don't believe you when you tell them how you eat and exercise. One less well known fact is that fitness models and people who compete in the figure category in fitness competitions aren't actually at the height of healthy when they compete. Yes there are many other elements that can effect weight loss but these are the major categories. All of those things might have had an effect. If you want to slim down, figure out a way to eat less that works for you. I actually weigh more now than when I was pregnant. You are not supposed to cheat at all—no going out to eat. Re your comment: “All calories are not created equally: The energy content of food (calories) matters, but it is less important than the metabolic effect of food on our body.” I think this is .. So you can see why, as I read Taubes assertions on exercise - specifically that exercise does not make you lose weight or more weight while dieting - it didn't set off any alarm bells in my head.

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