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Shift worker
I have been on midnights for all of my jobs as I prefer it(about 20 years). I find that as long as I have a set schedule it does not matter when I work or sleep. Intermittent fasting helps me because like you, I like to have some breakfast before bed. Usually a satisfying large bowl of cereal. I now see this thread is pretty old, not sure Heike will even notice the bump.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 weeks ago)
Keto is no different than any other caloric deficit diet for fat loss and inferior for those that ex
[quote=Melete][quote=Diablo360... Studies and science disagree. When calories and protein are equated they have seen no difference in fat loss between high carb and high fat. It's nice to believe things.[/quote] Diablo, can you please explain why you single out protein in your post? It is just another source of calories similar to fat and carbs, so it should not matter how much protein you eat either. Calories are calories and they are all created equal and the source should not matter. Or am I wrong and protein provides any advantage? [/quote] It does matter as protein is the building block of muscle, it helps you retain muscle in a calorie deficit. You want a better ratio of muscle to fat in the end.
by Diablo360x (submitted 3 weeks ago)
Keto is no different than any other caloric deficit diet for fat loss and inferior for those that ex
Studies and science disagree. When calories and protein are equated they have seen no difference in fat loss between high carb and high fat. It's nice to believe things.
by Diablo360x (submitted 3 weeks ago)
Keto is no different than any other caloric deficit diet for fat loss and inferior for those that ex
Yeah, if you think that eating 3400 calories of ANYTHING is equal to eating 1800 calories of something else then I am done here. Keep believing that. Maybe you're a flat earth believer too. I've been dieting and counting calories since 99', I've tried all diets out there. Guess what I was eating when I got into my best shape, pizza and ice cream, daily. I still do that. It comes down to CICO. It's science not theory.
by Diablo360x (submitted 3 weeks ago)
Keto is no different than any other caloric deficit diet for fat loss and inferior for those that ex
All diets must adhere to a calorie deficit. No person can ignore the law of thermodynamics. It's crazy to me that despite the science proving that Keto provides no advantage, you still have the zealots. If certain foods are creating more fat gain than another, then you're admitting that it is a superior food as there are many people starving to death on this planet. I do agree, people are different. We are different in the fact that some can adhere to WW, some to Adkins, some to Keto, some to IIFYM, etc. You must be consistent for a deficit or surplus to work. Not seeing where I am degrading a method, follow the diet that you can adhere to. Keep seeing the science that disproves keto being superior for fat loss as degrading though, very defensive of you. Also, I never said the book was expensive, but keep helping line the pocket of a Dr. Oz level charlatan. I like how you are creeping my weight. Do you know what a bulk is in bodybuilding? Gaining weight is not always a bad thing despite what you may believe. Btw, my avatar is a current picture at 194 at the moment. :)
by Diablo360x (submitted a month ago)
Keto is no different than any other caloric deficit diet for fat loss and inferior for those that ex
[quote=mdh918][quote=Diablo360... Fung is making a lot of money on his theories. He even has people working for him and promoting his books(see above) that have no scientific citations. Good for him.[/quote] Last I looked all one has to get of Dr Fung's program is the book. Unlike many other diet plans, one is not required to join or buy any food/supplements from him. I paid for the book only and have enjoyed great success. And I thought this site was to provide support and encouragement for others in their journey with weight loss. Why are you attacking things that provide success for others because you do not agree or like the program/theory? Each of us is unique. What works for you does not necessarily work for me. Let us help one another and be positive in this battle. We have enough to struggle with in our own bodies and society without getting negativity from those we hope to encourage and support us. God Bless.[/quote] You found success via a calorie deficit, excellent job. I mean that sincerely. Also, you do realize books make people a lot of money, they don't need to sell supplements to make an enormous profit. The only way people differ is personal preference and adherence as far as fat loss is concerned. Yes, I know some have celiac or diabetes, I am speaking of the normal healthy people. Choose the diet that allows consistency in your plan. This forum is for spreading knowledge and the truth as well as support. I didn't know people wanted blind support with no facts.
by Diablo360x (submitted a month ago)
Keto is no different than any other caloric deficit diet for fat loss and inferior for those that ex
Fung is making a lot of money on his theories. He even has people working for him and promoting his books(see above) that have no scientific citations. Good for him.
by Diablo360x (submitted a month ago)
Keto is no different than any other caloric deficit diet for fat loss and inferior for those that ex
[quote=persuasions] [quote]Some people will do better depending on the diet, I never said that wasn't the case but a calorie deficit is still required. CICO[/quote] Indeed you did not mention either in your first message unless one should read the entire poorly done study and presume that it is what you wanted to convey when you picked certain parts. If I take only your citations into account, it seems to me that you are only an advocate of fat loss and muscle gain. What about health? If one opens up the wormhole regarding diet choices, one might upset someone easily by presenting an over simplistic view of the problem. Whatever you want to convey, it might be better to cite a long term study that also takes into account past and present health issues, family history of health problems, sex, ethnicity/race, area of living, past eating habits etc. [/quote] My post is for the keto dieters who believe that it is metabolically superior for fat loss. No more no less. If you seek health seek a nutritionist and visit your doctor.
by Diablo360x (submitted a month ago)
Keto is no different than any other caloric deficit diet for fat loss and inferior for those that ex
[quote=persuasions] But some people have such (known or unknown) digestive/health issues that they can only lose fat, feel good and keep it off on a specific diet. If one is indeed healthy, one might follow this article's advice and achive their goals. If one is not healthy, it could get really complicated. For certain people, a keto diet might be the only one that can help them get on track health wise and weight wise. I am not a keto fan but a fan of a diet based on non inflammatory foods. [/quote] Some people will do better depending on the diet, I never said that wasn't the case but a calorie deficit is still required. CICO
by Diablo360x (submitted a month ago)
Keto is no different than any other caloric deficit diet for fat loss and inferior for those that ex
None backed by science or else the likes of Aragon, Schoenfeld, etc would have heard of them.
by Diablo360x (submitted a month ago)
Keto is no different than any other caloric deficit diet for fat loss and inferior for those that ex
As far as I've read, where you lose the fat would depend on your genetic makeup. They've done studies on fat loss when calories and protein intake are equal with the rest of the calories either being a higher percentage of fat vs. carbs and there was no difference in fat loss.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 months ago)
Keto is no different than any other caloric deficit diet for fat loss and inferior for those that ex
http://sci-fit.net/2017/ketoge... "Fat loss (go to section) Keto does not seem to offer a distinct advantage for fat loss when both groups in a study eat the same amount of calories. People on the ketogenic diet typically lose body weight quicker, but this is most likely due to glycogen depletion and water loss. The most commonly measured ketone body, Beta-Hydroxybutyrate (BHB), does not seem to correlate with fat loss. However, this depends on which studies we include and exclude from our analysis. Go to ketone levels and fat loss for graphs, details, and discussion. Muscle mass (go to section) We generally see greater lean body mass (LBM) loss in ketogenic diet groups. Note that lean body mass contains water, glycogen, and muscle protein, by definition. It is hard to say with certainty that LBM loss implies greater “dry” muscle protein loss. “Wet” LBM can come and go quickly because it consists of water and glycogen. Endurance performance (go to section) Most studies suggest that aerobic and anaerobic performance is either impaired or maintained on a ketogenic diet. However, many of the studies have small sample sizes, no control group, or are quite short (2-6 weeks). These limitations, and many others, reduce our ability to draw strong conclusions. Strength performance (go to section) Control groups tend to gain more strength than keto, yet most studies find no statistically significant differences between groups. In most studies, the keto group ate more protein than control. We can’t rightfully compare them without matching protein and total energy. Several of the studies do not measure ketosis." More at the link.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 months ago)
Macros
Macronutrient Intake Make sure that your diet meets the minimum protein and fat intake. Protein minimum: 0.7 gram per pound of bodyweight (or target/ideal weight in the obese). (for optimal body building purposes and during energy deficit higher intakes may provide additional benefits.) Fat minimum: 0.4 gram per pound of bodyweight (or target/ideal weight in the obese). Remaining caloric budget: whatever mix of macronutrients you prefer and/or allows you to perform and feel well. Some people do better on a higher carb intakes while other people do better on moderate or lower carb intakes. It is not necessary to set a specific numbers for each macro, what matters is that the total calories, minimum fat and protein are achieved.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 months ago)
FS Exercise Calorie allowance is out by 1000 calories
Zero complaints with FS's numbers here. Always seems accurate for me.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 months ago)
FS Exercise Calorie allowance is out by 1000 calories
I find calorielab.com to be very reliable and at my bodyweight of 190 an hour of bicycling between 16-19mph it says I'd burn 952 calories. Add a half hour and the fact that fat secret adds resting calories since it's on a 24 hour window and ~1700 sounds reasonable.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 months ago)
FS Exercise Calorie allowance is out by 1000 calories
FS adds the calories you would have burned in that same amount of time of sitting. It definitely wouldn't account for the full 1k difference though. I'd say the Garmin is shortchanging you and FS is overestimating. Probably somewhere in the middle.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 months ago)
Pasta Less calories with sauce than without
The sauce adds volume so there would be less pasta per cup serving.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 months ago)
Keto or carb diet
Studies show that as long as protein and calories are equated, going high carb or high fat makes no difference in fat loss so choose whichever you like or jump back and forth depending on your preference. :) After rereading your post, I am not sure what you're asking. Hope I helped?
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 months ago)
Pasta Less calories with sauce than without
Tomato sauce has fewer calories than more pasta.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 months ago)
Crazy Scale or Actual Weight Gain
Nice, 50 plus percent carbs here too. Love them. Keep up the good work!
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 months ago)
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