Want To Keep It Off? Low Carb, High Fat

by Karl Denninger

And the hits keep coming...

Conclusion Among overweight and obese young adults compared with pre–weight-loss energy expenditure, isocaloric feeding following 10% to 15% weight loss resulted in decreases in REE and TEE that were greatest with the low-fat diet, intermediate with the low–glycemic index diet, and least with the very low-carbohydrate diet.

Explanation: REE is Resting Energy Expenditure and TEE is Total Energy Expenditure.

A decreased REE and TEE will make your weight loss (and maintaining it) much harder, as was seen on “The Greatest Loser”, which I wrote about recently.

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