Research On Metabolism

  • A caloric deficit leads us to unknowingly compensate by eating more.
  • For some, crash dieting can permanently slow their metabolic rate, leading to longer calorie retention.
  • Bodies don’t burn more body fat while on a high-fat and low-carb ketogenic diet, compared to a higher-carb diet.
  • Many underestimate their calorie intake and blame genetics.
  • “Slow metabolism” isn’t a major cause of obesity, and no product will speed your metabolism up in a way that will lead to substantial slimming.
  • Lean muscle and fat tissue in the body, age, and genetics, among others, influence the metabolic rate.
  • Women tend to burn fewer calories than men.

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