Weight planners recommended by Dr. Greger
Saturday, January 25, 2020
Dr. Greger mentions two "validated mathemetical models that take into account the dynamic changes when you cut calories, such as the metabolic slowdown."
They can be found here:
According to the doctor, the NIH body weight planner is more accurate, as the 'LSU model appears to overestimate the drop in physical activity, but they each have their pluses and minuses'.
Note: I have posted a thread for each of the 'weight loss boosters' and 'ingredients for a healthy weight loss program' from Dr. Greger's book 'How not to Diet' on the Nutritionfacts team (see my sparkpage to get there, look for the forum "HOW NOT TO DIET: 17 ingredients & 21 Tweaks" - or here: www.sparkpeople.com/mysp
). In the next months I'll start posting content on those threads. If there is a particular booster or 'ingredient' that you would like to learn about, let me know in your comments on this blog and I'll see if I can start with those topics, first.