Why is it so hard to get lean and stay lean once you get there?
We know that we just have to eat in a calorie deficit, but why is it hard to stop eating past this point.Click Here for my article on getting Super-Lean by Eating a High Carb Diet (Opposite of Keto).
Why does the body do this?
Here’s a video explaining why our body makes us want to eat more and put on fat.
One of the big things he mentions in the video is body fat set point.
- Men typically hover between 7-18% body fat.
- Women stay between 11-26% body fat.
If you are in the higher range, NEW research suggests we can lower this set point.
Here’s a recent article I wrote, explaining how to do this.
I discuss how Micheal Cabanac, a researcher at Laval University in Canada, discovered a way to lower your set point without hunger.
I recommend following his advice to lose weight and keep it off.
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