|11-19-2011, 03:58 PM||#11|
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|11-20-2011, 08:46 AM||#12|
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Calories are the king.
Activity is only relevant (in this subject matter) in the expenditure side of the equation. It is not known whether activity, would have decreased body weight, given the amount of calories consumed.
What is interesting, is that no where do I see individual particulars of these subjects; which would put the calorie consumption in perspective.
Its pretty basic to me.
In others, some find IF works better than both the above. Likewise, in even others, eating less can lead to binges and overeating. It just depends on "what works for the individual person--the best: If its eating more frequent and controlling calories/macros relative to ones goal, this is good. If its eating less frequent and controlling calories/macros relative to ones goal, this is good.
Its about controlling calories, this is the bottom line, and this article just brings in more evidence of it. Whats interesting is that they did not provide information on macros.
To me there is nothing really new here.
Number 1: Control calories.
Eat as often as you need to to control number 1.
When are they going to stop looking for some magic bullet, when the basic fundamentals work?
Last edited by Chillen; 11-20-2011 at 03:04 PM.
|11-20-2011, 02:47 PM||#13|
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And, let's not forget those following Intermittent Fasting who are only eating 1 large meal a day and very little in the way of snacks, to my knowledge, and yet they are not overweight.
As Chillen has pointed out, and possibly others, it comes down to calories and activity; otherwise Intermittent Fasting doesn't/can't work
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