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So when our metabolism thinks we are starving, does it want to get rid of or hold on to body fat? It wants to hold on.

Next, what does our metabolism want less of when we are starving? It wants less tissue which burns a lot of calories. What type of tissue burns a lot of calories? Muscle tissue. So when our metabolism thinks we are starving, it gets rid of calorie-hungry muscle tissue. Burning all this muscle means that starving ourselves leads to more body fat—not less—over the long term. As soon as we stop starving ourselves, we have all the calories we used to have but need less of them, thanks to all that missing muscle and our slowed-down metabolism.

Now our metabolism sees eating a normal amount as overeating and creates new body fat. Instead, we yo-yo diet. And that is why eating less is not an effective long-term fat loss approach. The ad tells you the medication slightly improves your vision as long as you keep yourself chronically sleep-deprived.

One of them is that your vision will become much worse if you ever go back to sleeping a normal amount. Would you ever use that medication? Of course not. You cannot go through life tired.

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Its temporary benefit is not worth its long-term side effects. Now imagine another commercial. This one is for a mail-order weight-loss meal program that slightly reduces your weight as long as you keep yourself chronically food-deprived. The side effects include making you much heavier if you ever go back to eating a normal amount. Would you ever use that program?

Diet Myth News Flash: Eating Less Does Not Cause Fat Loss.

You cannot go through life hungry. My favorite experiment showing the side effects of eating less took place at the University of Geneva and involved three groups of rats all eating the same quality of food. Normal Group: Adult rats eating normally. Eat Less Group: Adult rats temporarily losing weight by eating less.

Skinny Group: Young rats who naturally weighted about as much as the adult Eat Less group immediately after this group ate less. If the study were conducted on humans, the Normal Group would be typical thirty-five-year-old women. The Eat Less Group would be thirty-five-year-old women cutting calories until they fit into their high school jeans.

And the Skinny Group would be high school girls who fit into size four jeans without trying. On the tenth day: The Skinny Group showed up and ate normally. The Eat Less Group stopped starving themselves and started eating normally. The Normal Group kept eating normally.

The Calorie Myth: How to Eat More, Exercise Less, Lose Weight, and Live Better - eBook

This went on for twenty-five days and the study ended on day thirty-five. At the end of the thirty-five day study, the Normal Group had eaten normally for thirty-five days.

The Eat Less Group had eaten less for ten days and then normally for twenty-five days. And the Skinny Group had eaten normally for twenty-five days. Which group do you think weighed the most and had the highest body fat percentage at the end? So the Normal Group weighed the most and had the highest body fat percentage at the end of the study, right?

The Eat Less Group weighed the most and had the highest percent body fat. Even though they ate less for ten days, they were significantly heavier than those who ate normally all the way through. Eating less led the rats to gain—not lose—body fat.

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Eating less was worse than doing nothing. After our metabolism is starved, its number one priority is restoring all the body fat it lost and then protecting us from starving in the future. Guess how it does that? By storing additional body fat. All we have to do is go back to eating a normal amount. The Eat Less Group in the study gained a massive amount of body fat quickly while eating the same amount as the Normal Group and the Skinny Group.

The metabolism was trying to make up for the past losses. There is another reason: eating less slowed the metabolism. Put the same quantity and quality of food and exercise into a slowed-down fat metabolism system, and out comes more body fat.

Starvation does not make us thin. It makes us stocky, sick, and sad. Eating less does not cause fat loss. Questions, comments or feedback about how eating less does not cause fat loss? Leave your thoughts below!

Handbook of Obesity. Oxford Oxfordshire: Oxford University Press, Changes in energy expenditure resulting from altered body weight.

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When we eat these foods, our bodies naturally maintain a healthy weight. But when we eat sugar, starches, processed fats, and other poor-quality foods, the body's regulatory system becomes "clogged" and prevents us from burning extra calories. Translation: Those extra 10 pounds aren't the result of eating too much. Bailor offers clear, comprehensive guidance on what to eat and why, providing an eating plan, recipes, and a simple yet effective exercise regimen.

Losing weight doesn't have to mean going hungry or spending hours at the gym. The Calorie Myth offers a radical and effective new model for weight loss and long-term health. Frustrated by recommending a lifestyle that was not sustainable, he began the ten-year research odyssey that became The Calorie Myth.

Bailor has registered more than twenty-five patents, serves as a senior program manager for Microsoft, and runs a wellness consulting business. He lives in Seattle, Washington with his wife.

The Calorie Myth shows you how to eliminate toxic foods that zap your energy and add inches to your waistline.Good Housekeeping Juices and Smoothies: When we eat these foods, our bodies naturally maintain a healthy weight.

Exerc Sport Sci Rev. Lower metabolic rates of post-obese versus lean women: Thermogenesis, basal metabolic rate and genetics. What is a great source of stored energy?

In The Calorie Myth , Bailor shows us how eating more of the right kinds of foods and exercising less, but at a higher intensity, is the true formula for burning fat. Physical activity and public health: updated recommendation for adults from the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Heart Association.

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