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If a calorie is a calorie, why do we see this?

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  • wruperwruper Member Posts: 42 Member Member Posts: 42 Member
    Sure wish I Could sleep better. Feel better in morning fasting than after I eat. Usually don't eat breakfast until noon or a bit after.
  • saintor1saintor1 Member Posts: 315 Member Member Posts: 315 Member
    SEVENTH

    Study made in Germany just published in the The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism
    https://academic.oup.com/jcem/article/105/3/dgz311/5740411

    Discussion

    Our data show that the time of day of food intake makes a difference in humans’ energy expenditure and metabolic responses to meals.
    ...
    We clearlyshow that DIT is 2.5 times higher after breakfast than after dinner.
    ...
    Overall, the diurnal variations in DIT, independent of the calorie content of the meals, imply that the time of food intake is important not only in the prevention of obesity but also in terms of diets for weight loss.


  • magnusthenerdmagnusthenerd Member Posts: 1,198 Member Member Posts: 1,198 Member
    saintor1 wrote: »
    SEVENTH

    Study made in Germany just published in the The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism
    https://academic.oup.com/jcem/article/105/3/dgz311/5740411

    Discussion

    Our data show that the time of day of food intake makes a difference in humans’ energy expenditure and metabolic responses to meals.
    ...
    We clearlyshow that DIT is 2.5 times higher after breakfast than after dinner.
    ...
    Overall, the diurnal variations in DIT, independent of the calorie content of the meals, imply that the time of food intake is important not only in the prevention of obesity but also in terms of diets for weight loss.


    What even is DIT?
  • estherpotter1estherpotter1 Member Posts: 125 Member Member Posts: 125 Member
    I just listened to an article on utube.It said if we lower our calories our bodies start to use less calories and can maintain on 1000 calories.He said the way to get down to a healthy weigh to eat mostly whole food and not much junk food.
  • estherpotter1estherpotter1 Member Posts: 125 Member Member Posts: 125 Member
    thanks,that was a horrible thought to be maintaining at just 1000 calories and no loger losing weight.
  • magnusthenerdmagnusthenerd Member Posts: 1,198 Member Member Posts: 1,198 Member
    thanks,that was a horrible thought to be maintaining at just 1000 calories and no loger losing weight.

    A generic RMR calculator wouldn't even put that as resting maintenance for 70 pound, 4ft tall woman.
  • deannalfisherdeannalfisher Member, Premium Posts: 5,602 Member Member, Premium Posts: 5,602 Member
    saintor1 wrote: »
    SEVENTH

    Study made in Germany just published in the The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism
    https://academic.oup.com/jcem/article/105/3/dgz311/5740411

    Discussion

    Our data show that the time of day of food intake makes a difference in humans’ energy expenditure and metabolic responses to meals.
    ...
    We clearlyshow that DIT is 2.5 times higher after breakfast than after dinner.
    ...
    Overall, the diurnal variations in DIT, independent of the calorie content of the meals, imply that the time of food intake is important not only in the prevention of obesity but also in terms of diets for weight loss.


    What even is DIT?

    dietary induced thermogenesis (DIT)

    thank you google-gods ;)
  • magnusthenerdmagnusthenerd Member Posts: 1,198 Member Member Posts: 1,198 Member
    saintor1 wrote: »
    SEVENTH

    Study made in Germany just published in the The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism
    https://academic.oup.com/jcem/article/105/3/dgz311/5740411

    Discussion

    Our data show that the time of day of food intake makes a difference in humans’ energy expenditure and metabolic responses to meals.
    ...
    We clearlyshow that DIT is 2.5 times higher after breakfast than after dinner.
    ...
    Overall, the diurnal variations in DIT, independent of the calorie content of the meals, imply that the time of food intake is important not only in the prevention of obesity but also in terms of diets for weight loss.


    What even is DIT?

    dietary induced thermogenesis (DIT)

    thank you google-gods ;)

    Honestly wanted saintor to answer.
  • deannalfisherdeannalfisher Member, Premium Posts: 5,602 Member Member, Premium Posts: 5,602 Member
    lemurcat2 wrote: »
    saintor1 wrote: »
    SEVENTH

    Study made in Germany just published in the The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism
    https://academic.oup.com/jcem/article/105/3/dgz311/5740411

    Discussion

    Our data show that the time of day of food intake makes a difference in humans’ energy expenditure and metabolic responses to meals.
    ...
    We clearlyshow that DIT is 2.5 times higher after breakfast than after dinner.
    ...
    Overall, the diurnal variations in DIT, independent of the calorie content of the meals, imply that the time of food intake is important not only in the prevention of obesity but also in terms of diets for weight loss.


    What even is DIT?

    dietary induced thermogenesis (DIT)

    thank you google-gods ;)

    Honestly wanted saintor to answer.

    Me too. Based on the thread so far I think he's unable to discuss what he posts.

    i need a gif of me sticking my tongue out ;)
  • AnnPT77AnnPT77 Member, Premium Posts: 17,094 Member Member, Premium Posts: 17,094 Member
    thanks,that was a horrible thought to be maintaining at just 1000 calories and no loger losing weight.

    Don't worry. I'm a li'l ol' lady who lost 1/3 of her body weight in less than a year, and maintain at more than twice that. Don't do anything super dumb while losing (like ultra-fast loss, poor nutrition, zero exercise) and you'll be fine. You might even be fine of you do those things, but not doing them improves your odds.
  • J72FITJ72FIT Member Posts: 5,658 Member Member Posts: 5,658 Member
    AnnPT77 wrote: »
    lemurcat2 wrote: »
    saintor1 wrote: »
    SEVENTH

    Study made in Germany just published in the The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism
    https://academic.oup.com/jcem/article/105/3/dgz311/5740411

    Discussion

    Our data show that the time of day of food intake makes a difference in humans’ energy expenditure and metabolic responses to meals.
    ...
    We clearlyshow that DIT is 2.5 times higher after breakfast than after dinner.
    ...
    Overall, the diurnal variations in DIT, independent of the calorie content of the meals, imply that the time of food intake is important not only in the prevention of obesity but also in terms of diets for weight loss.


    What even is DIT?

    dietary induced thermogenesis (DIT)

    thank you google-gods ;)

    Honestly wanted saintor to answer.

    Me too. Based on the thread so far I think he's unable to discuss what he posts.

    I also wonder why it seems to be so important. None of this stuff is sufficient to outweigh compliance factors (at best).

    In my experience, people like to complicate things. It makes them feel special...
  • AnnPT77AnnPT77 Member, Premium Posts: 17,094 Member Member, Premium Posts: 17,094 Member
    J72FIT wrote: »
    AnnPT77 wrote: »
    lemurcat2 wrote: »
    saintor1 wrote: »
    SEVENTH

    Study made in Germany just published in the The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism
    https://academic.oup.com/jcem/article/105/3/dgz311/5740411

    Discussion

    Our data show that the time of day of food intake makes a difference in humans’ energy expenditure and metabolic responses to meals.
    ...
    We clearlyshow that DIT is 2.5 times higher after breakfast than after dinner.
    ...
    Overall, the diurnal variations in DIT, independent of the calorie content of the meals, imply that the time of food intake is important not only in the prevention of obesity but also in terms of diets for weight loss.


    What even is DIT?

    dietary induced thermogenesis (DIT)

    thank you google-gods ;)

    Honestly wanted saintor to answer.

    Me too. Based on the thread so far I think he's unable to discuss what he posts.

    I also wonder why it seems to be so important. None of this stuff is sufficient to outweigh compliance factors (at best).

    In my experience, people like to complicate things. It makes them feel special...

    Or a felt need to debunk the theory that calories are what matter for weight management, in this case?
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