Welcome back to F + K. This episode is about losing weight by skipping meals. Sponsored by our agency Mediterranean Diet 21 For a while, I have heard about meal skipping. We seem to trust and try anything to confront weigh-loss, but often the reality proves otherwise. Let’s see If I can explai
Publish Date: Oct 18, 2020
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Welcome back to F + K. This episode is about losing weight by skipping meals. Sponsored by our agency Mediterranean Diet 21 For a while, I have heard about meal skipping. We seem to trust and try anything to confront weigh-loss, but often the reality proves otherwise. Let’s see If I can explain what happens when we follow this falsified myth. According to one of the most rooted and shared beliefs in weight loss, skipping meals is a beneficial technique for losing weight because of the common belief that by depriving the body of calories and nutrients, you can reduce fat mass. For breakfast, a coffee and go, a seasoned salad for lunch, eating only for dinner, etc.: all these behaviors reduce the calories ingested, lose weight, but often it is just water and lean mass, not fat. However, the weight loss does not last long because the metabolism adapts to the caloric constraints implemented and reduces its activity. And even if you only eat 1000 calories a day, you will lose very little fat, and you will be starving. Therefore, the belief that skipping meals is an effective method of weight loss is devoid of scientific foundation.
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