Monday, September 26, 2022
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Lyle McDonald (Part 1) – Delayed Fat Loss, Extreme Diet Adaptions, NEAT – Charity Podcast

Lyle McDonald is back! Topics below. Part 2 will be released soon!

0:30- Whoosh effect and Long Term Delayed Fat Loss Effect
17:00- How important are refeeds?
32:00- Rapid Fat Loss affecting women vs men differently
34:00- Extreme adaptations to dieting
38:00- Genetics/talent vs hard work
44:00- Crossover effect of training and factors that affect muscle growth
50:00- Factors effecting fat loss
54:00- Differences in NEAT

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17 thoughts on “Lyle McDonald (Part 1) – Delayed Fat Loss, Extreme Diet Adaptions, NEAT – Charity Podcast
  1. This happened except I didn't mess up. And I woke up the next day and had lost 5 lbs and have permanently kept that 5lbs off. Now I have been doing very well at losing weight because of Lyle!

  2. I love my carb up each Sunday! Honey bunches of oats with strawberries and pancakes! Then lean protein, veg, eggs, and protein fluff the other 6 days of the week! Great system! Motivated to stay on track but fully enjoy my treat day with no consequence really😋

  3. I had had been told how carbs were linked with weight gain as well as generally to keep clear of carbohydrate, but had by no means considered using them to lose weight. The primary idea behind the 4 cycle fat loss method is to train your body to melt fat for fuel as opposed to carbohydrates. It’s built around research into the elevated carb diets of the Japanese and additionally their astounding long lifespan expectancy. The evidence would suggest that it’s their high carb-cycling dieting practice that could help to keep on being healthy into old age with a reduced body mass index (lesser incidence of overweight).Read even more here

  4. Been reading a lot about PSMF for a while and ready to dive in with the purchase of book. I am a 49 year old woman who has been keto for 3 years and had maintained 112 lbs until about 6 months ago. No diet change, but gained about 8 lbs. Which book should I get? Rapid Fat Loss or the Woman's version? Can't afford both right now.

  5. I found Lyle's old “of wooshes and squishy fat” article last year. Game changer for me on the fat loss journey.

  6. Really interesting topics. I'm curious to know your opinion on the idea that the number of adipocytes determines someone´s body fat settling point. I heard Cliff Wilson talking about that on a recent podcast but there are some limitations to that idea. First, appetite and expenditure can be influenced by behaviour and environment, therefore the physiology cannot fully explain it. Besides that, i´ve read a paper that indicates that adipogenesis could improve metabolic health due to increases in leptin and adiponectin, meaning that the higher number of fat cels would improve inflammation and it is associated with improvement on the markers of metabolic syndrome. So maybe a higher number of fat cells wouldn´t be only detrimental.

  7. Really enjoyed this – still curious about the people that supposedly lose weight easily but gain it hard – from my experience and certainly from what I've seen all around, people usually either lose AND gain easily, or have a hard time losing AND gaining.
    So we have the guys who go from a 5000 calorie intake during bulking to 1400 calories during cutting, even to a non-contest lean condition…or those (like me) who could do all the cutting and bulking in the world in a 2200-3200 kcal range.

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