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Brad Schoenfeld - Facts and Fallacies of Fat Loss

AnvilHeadAnvilHead Posts: 12,324Member Member Posts: 12,324Member Member
Dr. Brad Schoenfeld presented this lecture at the 2016 NSCA Personal Trainers Conference. This presentation addresses many topics which are frequently discussed here on MFP, often with a lot of myths and misinformation propagated in the discussions. I recently came across it one of the fitness-related groups in my Facebook feed and thought it was worth sharing for anybody who's interested in a solid, scientific, evidence-based approach to numerous topics related to weight/fat loss: https://www.nsca.com/education/videos/facts-and-fallacies-of-fat-loss/

For those with short attention spans who don't want to spend the 50 minutes to watch the entire lecture (although you should, it's well worth the time), here's a timetable of where various topics are addressed:

01:03 - Ketogenic Diets
19:38 - CICO (Calories In, Calories Out)
20:12 - Nutrigenomics
23:56 - Meal Frequency
29:05 - Practical Implications for Meal Frequency
30:47 - Fasted Cardio
38:35 - Bottom Line re: Fasted Cardio
40:00 - 3500 calories = 1 lb. of weight loss, true or false?
40:39 - Adaptive Thermogenesis
44:11 - Leptin
45:04 - "The Oprah Effect"
46:21 - Summary re: Adaptive Thermogenesis and 3500 cal = 1 lb. fat loss
47:19 - Practical Applications for Mitigating Adaptive Thermogenesis
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  • animatorswearbrasanimatorswearbras Posts: 973Member Member Posts: 973Member Member
    Really interesting lecture thankyou for posting!
  • ninerbuffninerbuff Posts: 40,798Member Member Posts: 40,798Member Member
    Thanks for this bro.

    A.C.E. Certified Personal and Group Fitness Trainer
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  • ndj1979ndj1979 Posts: 29,021Member Member Posts: 29,021Member Member
  • mrsnattybulkingmrsnattybulking Posts: 2,037Member Member Posts: 2,037Member Member
    love him!
  • TR0bertsTR0berts Posts: 7,350Member Member Posts: 7,350Member Member
    Simply beautiful.
  • psuLemonpsuLemon Posts: 29,389Member, MFP Moderator, Greeter, Premium MFP Moderator Posts: 29,389Member, MFP Moderator, Greeter, Premium MFP Moderator
    Tagging because I love his work.
  • veronikamellonveronikamellon Posts: 42Member Member Posts: 42Member Member
    Thank you, very informative and balanced view
  • annaskiskiannaskiski Posts: 923Member Member Posts: 923Member Member
    Excellent vid!

    This should be pinned actually. It would help a lot of newbies.
    edited May 23
  • crazyycatladyy1crazyycatladyy1 Posts: 156Member Member Posts: 156Member Member
    Just watched it and loved it-thanks for posting!
  • fitmom4lifemfpfitmom4lifemfp Posts: 1,521Member Member Posts: 1,521Member Member
    Excellent presentation. Lots of good information that is not always understood by everyone.
  • sgt1372sgt1372 Posts: 1,734Member Member Posts: 1,734Member Member
    Bookmarked for later viewing.

    Want to find out what the "Oprah Effect" is.

    Is it the constant pattern of weight loss/gain yo-yoing or the increase in Weight Watchers stock price when she reports that she lost weight (again)? LOL!
    edited May 23
  • ryborybo Posts: 5,034Member Member Posts: 5,034Member Member
    In for the link
  • fitmom4lifemfpfitmom4lifemfp Posts: 1,521Member Member Posts: 1,521Member Member
    sgt1372 wrote: »
    Bookmarked for later viewing.

    Want to find out what the "Oprah Effect" is.

    Is it the constant pattern of weight loss/gain yo-yoing or the increase in Weight Watchers stock price when she reports that she lost weight (again)? LOL!

    Exactly. :D This is actually the "Oprah Effect". http://www.investopedia.com/terms/o/oprah-effect.asp

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-05-02/weight-watchers-surges-after-oprah-effect-helps-fuel-earnings
  • GottaBurnEmAllGottaBurnEmAll Posts: 4,869Member Member Posts: 4,869Member Member
    A well spent 50 minutes. Thanks for posting.
  • avygyaruavygyaru Posts: 51Member Member Posts: 51Member Member
    Thank you so much for sharing this. I'm officially in love with that site in general now.
  • cqbkajucqbkaju Posts: 783Member Member Posts: 783Member Member
    @AnvilHead

    Thank you sir.
  • CTcutieCTcutie Posts: 566Member Member Posts: 566Member Member
    Can't wait to finish this!
  • PAV8888PAV8888 Posts: 2,764Member Member Posts: 2,764Member Member
    Want to watch! Thanks for the link.
  • mrsnattybulkingmrsnattybulking Posts: 2,037Member Member Posts: 2,037Member Member
    I don't understand the part about the thermic effect of digesting protein. If that's the case why wouldn't the low carb group lose more than the non low carb group under controlled circumstances... same cals etc? Like I understand they were all capped at 100g protein but if one were to consume MORE protein in relation to the same cals wouldn't they have a deeper deficit over time?
    edited May 23
  • sardelsasardelsa Posts: 3,433Member Member Posts: 3,433Member Member
    This is awesome. Thanks for sharing!
  • lemurcat12lemurcat12 Posts: 28,148Member Member Posts: 28,148Member Member
    I don't understand the part about the thermic effect of digesting protein. If that's the case why wouldn't the low carb group lose more than the non low carb group under controlled circumstances... same cals etc? Like I understand they were all capped at 100g protein but if one were to consume MORE protein in relation to the same cals wouldn't they have a deeper deficit over time?

    AnvilHead's answer is right on, but to make it more simple still, low carbers don't eat more protein than non low carbers who are focused on getting adequate protein (and maybe not even then). On low carb I eat my .8 g/lb of protein or LBM (close to the same thing), and that's what I eat when not low carbing.

    Someone who does a strict form of keto might even eat less protein than a lot of non low carbers who are as focused on protein as seems to be common around here (keto's default recommendation is 20% protein, which is lower than the MFP default).

    However, one reason some low carb v. low fat studies get messed up is that the "low carb" group has more protein when you look at the breakdowns.
    edited May 23
  • mrsnattybulkingmrsnattybulking Posts: 2,037Member Member Posts: 2,037Member Member
    Thanks guys! That makes more sense
  • Nony_MouseNony_Mouse Posts: 2,600Member Member Posts: 2,600Member Member
    Excellent vid @AnvilHead :). I'm always so relieved somehow to find out I do know what I'm spouting on about and that I'm not just spouting nonsense or flat out misinterpreting things!!
  • __TMac____TMac__ Posts: 1,333Member Member Posts: 1,333Member Member
    Really good. Thanks for sharing that link. Confirms that it's all pretty simple; many of the things people get worked up about are just minutia.
  • Lillymoo01Lillymoo01 Posts: 662Member Member Posts: 662Member Member
    From the comments here I am looking forward to having a spare 50 minutes to watch this. Thanks for the link.
  • psuLemonpsuLemon Posts: 29,389Member, MFP Moderator, Greeter, Premium MFP Moderator Posts: 29,389Member, MFP Moderator, Greeter, Premium MFP Moderator
    This is more reason why I feel Dr. Schoenfeld is one of the best in the community. Great video.
    edited May 24
  • cerise_noircerise_noir Posts: 5,306Member Member Posts: 5,306Member Member
    Fantastic! Thank you for sharing.
  • Bob314159Bob314159 Posts: 1,174Member Member Posts: 1,174Member Member
    Very nice - - watching now
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