Weight Loss News and Current Events - A different POV on weight loss: Eat More, Move Less




Defining
01-24-2014, 05:08 PM
http://greatist.com/fitness/eat-more-move-less-transformation

The title is a bit sensationalist. But the author is effectively saying that by increasing her protein and fibre intake, she reduced the desire to binge and eat junk. And that by replacing chronic cardio with resistance training, she added muscle and lost fat. Not revolutionary, but worth repeating.

At the very least, it makes a strong argument for trying new strategies, and figuring out what works for YOU! Not what you think SHOULD work for you. ;)


And another, on long-term weight loss; adjusting our assumptions.

http://organicfitness.com/why-eating-less-and-exercising-more-doesnt-always-work-for-long-term-weight-loss/


Defining
02-26-2014, 01:27 PM
If you'll forgive a few pictures of scantily clad men:

http://www.t-nation.com/diet-fat-loss/a-calorie-is-sometimes-not-a-calorie


A calorie is not always a calorie. :)

yoyoma
02-27-2014, 09:25 AM
Thanks for posting those articles! I found them very helpful in putting things into perspective.


mars735
02-27-2014, 11:30 AM
Thanks, defining! As usual, great articles, great suggestions :)

Defining
03-06-2014, 01:05 PM
My pleasure - I have a bad habit of playing devil's advocate sometimes, but I really do enjoy the conversation/contemplation these articles can start.

JamieToo
03-17-2014, 12:20 AM
Very counter-intuitive!

cleanslate
04-05-2014, 02:00 AM
I am glad I came across this topic. I also learned from the article.
I will start doing some strength building exercises.

Thank you for sharing :D

nishita
08-24-2014, 11:13 PM
Nice. Thanks for sharing.

pixelllate
08-25-2014, 12:46 PM
I did that but the fiber stretched out my gut and now im a bottomless pit. so i have to volume eat every night.

Defining
08-27-2014, 05:28 PM
Pixellate, you are an expert about your own body. But I would hate for you to think that your gut is permanently 'stretched out'.

I've always understood that the stomach/intestines/etc are rather elastic organs - they shrink and stretch in proportion to use. Would it be possible to experiment with trying to eat smaller meals, drinking 500ml of water before eating, etc? Sometimes our psychological hunger and our physiological signals of satiety don't always match up.

Something to consider, anyway.