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If only it were simple as that...but that's not the case. Eating less does more harm than good.
Source: Personal experience.

Why isn't it that simple? You're doing something wrong (like perhaps miscalculating your maintenance calories) if it hasn't worked for you.
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No it isn't because if you skip, you will tend to overeat in other periods.
Too much broscience.

Only if you have no will power. I eat a small lunch at 1pm, and then I don't get home until 7ish, bed at 10:30, takes time too cook, and if I don't make a huge dinner, I can't overeat(granted i don't stock crap food). I can only eat so much food in an hour, so I end up calorie restricted most days. Not broscience, leangains.
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No it isn't because if you skip, you will tend to overeat in other periods.
Too much broscience.
IF is actually a pretty effective diet. Restricting your eating into a 4-8 hour window leaves little room for overeating.

But what works for one person may not work for another.
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Well, body fat percentage matters more as they could easily be replacing the fat weight with the added weight via gained muscle.

why do people keep mentioning bodybuilding? it has nothing to do with being healthy or having a healthy weight
Edited by perfectblade - 12/24/12 at 4:53pm
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He's been saying it for decades...

Dr. Joel Wallach
Edited by JUDGEandJURY - 12/24/12 at 6:56pm
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A little cardio each day and at least several smaller meals throughout the day will melt the weight off, I assure you. Metabolism is key, but this bacteria story is pretty interesting. People are always looking for the easy way to do things, espcially when it comes to losing weight. Popping a pill that kills this bacteria will be a billion-dollar pharmaceutical for sure if true.

I raced bmx 4 days a week, practiced 7 nights a week, rode 10 miles a day and I could not loose the 20 lbs I desperately needed to loss to get to a competitive wieght. Not that I am a mammoth, but I was pretty fit, I would have easily socred in the 90+% in the presidents physical fitness test that year. In fact I made the 98th% every year I was in school, without effort.

So, obviously something happened.
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No it isn't because if you skip, you will tend to overeat in other periods.
Too much broscience.



Only if you have no will power. I eat a small lunch at 1pm, and then I don't get home until 7ish, bed at 10:30, takes time too cook, and if I don't make a huge dinner, I can't overeat(granted i don't stock crap food). I can only eat so much food in an hour, so I end up calorie restricted most days. Not broscience, leangains.

Weight is very deceptive. Just because you are losing weight doesn't mean you are losing fat. If you restrict yourself you'll have the tendency to over-eat. Breaking it up, into 3 solid and 3 liquid meals, made me feel a lot more satisfied.

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If only it were simple as that...but that's not the case. Eating less does more harm than good.
Source: Personal experience.

Why isn't it that simple? You're doing something wrong (like perhaps miscalculating your maintenance calories) if it hasn't worked for you.

Because, things like calorie counting is just silly, impractical and near next to impossible to figure out. There is no way of determining how much energy you "consume", in a day. There are a great deal of variables that come into play.Your genetics,your lifestyle, the food you eat, the time you eat it, your age, your gender...etc...
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Intermittent fasting(skip breakfast, eat at 1pm) is very helpful for weight lostt.

No it isn't because if you skip, you will tend to overeat in other periods.
Too much broscience.
This.

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No it isn't because if you skip, you will tend to overeat in other periods.
Too much broscience.
IF is actually a pretty effective diet. Restricting your eating into a 4-8 hour window leaves little room for overeating.

But what works for one person may not work for another.

How do you feel in the mornings when you wake up compared to when you spread your meals through out the day...?
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I raced bmx 4 days a week, practiced 7 nights a week, rode 10 miles a day and I could not loose the 20 lbs I desperately needed to loss to get to a competitive wieght. Not that I am a mammoth, but I was pretty fit, I would have easily socred in the 90+% in the presidents physical fitness test that year. In fact I made the 98th% every year I was in school, without effort.
So, obviously something happened.

I'm not really sure which way you're taking this argument, but muscle will replace the fat weight lost with that much physical activity. You were probably limited by your height, and some people naturally put on more muscle than others when that active.
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How do you feel in the mornings when you wake up compared to when you spread your meals through out the day...?
I don't actually practice IF (intentionally, at least), so I don't have any personal experience to contribute.
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I'm not really sure which way you're taking this argument, but muscle will replace the fat weight lost with that much physical activity. You were probably limited by your height, and some people naturally put on more muscle than others when that active.

I couldn't get my body fat percentage low enough, Right now I am 5"9 about 235, and if I got down to a reasonable body fat of 12-14% "what I was the years I scored 98%, I'd be happy with that. Thats a pretty good number. If I got down to 12-14%, I'd still iwegh 205-195lbs though, maybe.

But I'd still like to loose the belly fat, and regardless of what I have tried in the past, it won't go. Which is odd, becuase I never had the prolbme till I got in my mid 20's.
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