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    Collateral Fattening: When A Deficit In Lean Body Mass Drives Overeating

    Collateral fattening: When a deficit in lean body mass drives overeating Abstract "In his last review entitled “Some Adventures in Body Composition,” Gilbert Forbes reminded us that “lean body mass and body fat are in a sense companions.” To what extent the lean body mass (or fat-free mass)...
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    Increased Protein Intake And Meal Frequency Reduces Abdominal Fat

    Increased Protein Intake and Meal Frequency Reduces Abdominal Fat During Energy Balance and Energy Deficit The group that ate 35% of their calories as protein 6 times a day (25-32g at each meal according to the meal plan) lost more total body fat and abdominal fat AND actually gained lean body...