caloric restriction

  1. haidut

    Despite Striking Increase In Dieting And Exercise, Obesity Is Skyrocketing

    Maybe it takes a study like the one below to finally wake the public health authorities from their century-long slumber. I doubt there is a person alive today living in the Western world who has not been raised by the mantra "eat less and move more" as the single proven way to lose weight...
  2. haidut

    Low-protein High-carb Diet Has The Same Benefits As Caloric Restriction

    A recent study posted on the forum claimed that low carb is better for weight loss than other diets. Low Carb More Effective In Weight Loss Than High Carb? But the key question which so far most dieting studies ignore is this. Is the diet actually improving health and increasing lifespan...
  3. haidut

    The Benefits Of Fasting Are Due To Lowering Endotoxin (LPS), Not Less Calories

    As many of you know, the argument for/against fasting has been raging on the forum for several years at this point. While Ray has spoken several times favorably about potentially skipping a meal or two, he has repeatedly said that chronic fasting is not something he recommends due to its...
  4. haidut

    Exercise + Fasting Is Stress, Causes Obesity And IR, And Requires Cortisol Blockade To Reverse

    I think this thread will ring true for all people who at some in their lives exercised in order to lose weight. Just like fasting, it works great in younger age (<30) but it really masks a bigger metabolic problem and of course badly backfired in the long run. Exercise is a forced/stressed...
  5. haidut

    Inhibiting Serotonin During Protein Feeding Doubles Maximum Lifespan

    This study is actually on the effects of a high protein diet on brain neurotransmitters and lifespan. It was done in fruit flies but the serotonin in those fruit flies are essentially the same in humans. So, the results should hold. One of the big takeaways from the study is the explanation of...
  6. F

    Calorie Restriction In Peat Thinking [Life Extension]

    I just read this: http://www.economist.com/news/briefing/21704788-fight-cheat-death-hotting-up-adding-ages It explores life extension through calorie restriction. Peating seems to involve a lot more calories than normal Explanation?
  7. S

    Dietary Restriction Reduces Gut Pathology In Aging Females

    Sex difference in pathology of the ageing gut mediates the greater response of female lifespan to dietary restriction Here are some clues about the real mechanisms behind the benefits.
  8. P

    Effect of Two-Year Caloric Restriction on Bone Metabolism and Bone Mineral Density in Non-obese Youn

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26332798 Abstract Although caloric restriction (CR) could delay biologic aging in humans, it is unclear if this would occur at the cost of significant bone loss. We evaluated the effect of prolonged CR on bone metabolism and bone mineral density (BMD) in...
  9. P

    Effect Of Calorie Restriction And Refeeding On Skin Wound Healing In The Rat

    Effect of calorie restriction and refeeding on skin wound healing in the rat Abstract Calorie restriction (CR) is a reliable anti-aging intervention that attenuates the onset of a number of age-related diseases, reduces oxidative damage, and maintains function during aging. In the current...
  10. Giraffe

    Dietary Protein During Caloric Restriction

    A Systematic Review of Dietary Protein During Caloric Restriction in Resistance Trained Lean Athletes: A Case for Higher Intakes This review included only studies with adult lean athletes who performed resistance training during weight loss. " Training experience ranged from elite athletes and...
  11. NathanK

    For every 10% loss of body weight via underfeeding lowers metabolism 15%

    Interesting study. For every 10% of body weight lost due to underfeeding the subjects lowered their metabolism 15%. Changes in Energy Expenditure Resulting from Altered Body Weight Full text: http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NE ... #t=article "....Many obese people who lose weight have...
  12. haidut

    Low Protein / High Carb Diet - Healthier Than Caloric Restriction

    Ray has written about this before, several times across his many articles. He criticizes the caloric restriction (CR) studies due to the fact that the studies used toxic food ingredients, including PUFA. So, lowering those toxic food ingredients in the CR diets would produce a positive effect...
  13. haidut

    Low Calorie, Low Carb Intake Lowers T3 And Increases RT3

    Perfectly logical findings for those following Peat, but it is nonetheless nice to see even a mainstream "broscience" blog conclude that the only solution to curing the chronic low T3 syndrome is...to eat more and make sure a lot of the food is carbs. Also, it seems that people are also finally...
  14. haidut

    Optimal Diet For Increasing Lifespan

    Despite their many drawbacks due to being guided by wrong theories, some modern nutrition studies are starting to go in the right direction. This latest study looked at some important issues covered by both Peat and mainstream medicine. The issues are whether caloric restriction increases...
  15. haidut

    Dieting Is Stressful, And Probably Makes You Fat

    There is a quote on the front page of the forum from Ray saying that chronic dieting leads to hypothyroidism. One of the mechanisms this happens through is the chronically elevated cortisol levels that dieting causes. Here is a study that discussed the effects of dieting on cortisol in humans...
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