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6/6/20 1:09 P

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Here is an interesting article . The title is misleading but the article is positive on keto . https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21992535/


Another favorable research article https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/
PMC2716748/

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4/26/20 1:38 P

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as i lost, i went back and put in the new weight. seriously, it didnt make that much of a differece...i started at the max of 2500..they dont suggest anyone eat more than that, and i'm at 21 or 2200 now after 160 + pounds lost. but its good to check here and there!

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4/26/20 1:13 P

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Ok that is what I did, but wanted to make sure!

Never, never, never, never give up.-Winston Churchill


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4/26/20 12:58 P

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cerrent weight! the only thing you ever use ideal weight for to my knowledge is protein.

with the calculator i gave it figures protein for your ideal weight..thats why i like it it takes everything into considerations.

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4/26/20 12:42 P

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One question-should you enter your current weight or ideal weight to get your TDEE?

Never, never, never, never give up.-Winston Churchill


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4/26/20 10:43 A

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James and I agreed this should have its own thread so as not to get lost in the monthly thread.

As James and I always try to keep up with new findings and present them to you, I've been watching the trusted experts and their suggestions.

As we said to the group, the trusted experts feel people should be eating to their TDEE, both to achieve proper nutrition and to heal metabolism. It has been proven that constantly eating low calorie damages metabolism. You can find your TDEE here:

web-downunder.com/csk/

It has been suggested to stay at your TDEE, and most people lose well at this (remember, after the first 2-3 weeks, a healthy weight loss is 1-2 pounds a week. More than that is not reasonable unless you are extremely overweight.

After a while, your body can get in a rut. The new suggestion is that IF you are stuck (and stuck means several weeks with no loss) its safe to drop your calories some.
There are different ways to do this, this is only one suggestion but gives you an idea.

If what you are doing is working for you..stick with it!!! As we said, while the basic formula is still the same, this may help those that are having trouble losing the last stubborn pounds, and its still safe and healthy.

"Find your TDEE and eat to it for a good solid 6-8 weeks. Whatever that number is, remove 400 cals of fat keeping protein and carbs stable. Eat that way for 6-8 weeks. If you want to take break then every 4 weeks you can eat to your TDEE again for a couple days then go back to the 400 cal deficit.
Now at the end of the 6-8 weeks you need to rebuild that metabolism again. This is called reverse dieting.
Add 100 cals roughly back in every week for 4 weeks until you are back at TDEE. Stay at TDEE again for another 4-6 weeks and you can repeat the cycle for as long you need to until you have lost the weight you want to lose.
Once you are at your goal do the reverse again to get back to TDEE and stay there. You should pretty effortlessly maintain your weight."

this is copy and pasted from Jack McAnespy. Again other experts do it a bit differently..but none are suggesting less than the 1400 cals.

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