Spotteddingo wrote: »
Respectfully, I disagree with the blog post relating to the notion that slow metabolism and weight gain is "BS."
That would mean that advice from a cardiologist, endocrinologist, GP, and 2 licenced nutritionists would all be wrong. Not to mention my own experience with how my body is responding to my caloric intake. Scientific data has shown that when calories are very limited, the body's metabolism slows down to compensate for that.
speyerj wrote: »
@goal06082021 really excellent explanation of NEAT, TDEE and BMR reminded me of an article by Aadam from Physiqonomics. For those of you not familiar with his blog, I encourage you to check it out. This particular article called "The Truth About your Slow Metabolism" cuts through a lot of the bunk that is out there about how weight loss works. Hope you find it informative. https://physiqonomics.com/slow-metabolism/
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