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Scientific weight loss, learning how to successfully lose weight and keep it off permanently, starts with understanding old weight loss science versus new weight loss science relative to your real scientific body type (quiz/test).


“According to the University of Michigan, about 90% of people who lose significant amounts of weight — whether through diet, structured programs, or drastic steps like gastric surgery — ultimately regain just about all of it”


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How Accurate is the Mainstream Science & Medical Doctor Calories In-Calories Out (CICO) Model of Scientific Weight Loss? Not Very.


Calorie = Energy. The human body requires calories/energy to function and survive. The calories from carbohydrates, fat, and protein in food are turned into glucose (a type of sugar) and used by the body, Even though it is true that all calories have the same amount of energy, it is a myth that a calorie is a calorie is a calorie.

The Myth that a Calorie is a Calorie

 

The fact is, the metabolism of the human body is complex. Depending on the Glucose Metabolism Efficiency - Scientific Weight Loss, How to Successfully Lose Weighttype and quality of food, it is broken down and metabolized differently than other foods. Some foods are more metabolically efficient overall than others, which means that some calories are more energy-efficient and valuable than other calories.

This is why counting calories is NOT the end-all solution to successful weight loss.

Calories from food with high-quality protein and fats are much more metabolically efficient and valuable, which helps increase satiety (feeling full) while reducing appetite and thus calorie intake.

Whereas, nutritionally inferior processed, junk, and fast foods loaded with low-quality fats, proteins, and carbohydrates (especially refined sugars) are metabolically inefficient. Their calories are less efficient and less valuable.

They may taste good going down, but the body cannot use the energy from such empty-calorie processed, junk, and fast food nearly as efficiently. This inefficiency leads to continued food cravings and the body feeling hungry, which leads to eating more calories. Which then leads to being overweight and obese.

 

Why Properly Executed Low-Carb Diets Actually Do Work – Scientific Weight Loss

 

The speed at which processed, junk, and fast food carb calories hit the system has a dramatic effect on their potential to cause overeating and weight gain. The higher the Glycemic Index (GI), which is directly sugar (a type of carb) related — especially refined/added sugar (think fast food fries, hamburger bun, milkshakes, donuts, sodas/pop/coke, etc.) — the more a spike in blood sugar. A GI of 70 or more is a high-glycemic-index food (rapid rise in blood sugar) — not good for low-carb diets and linked to Type 2 diabetes and obesity, no less. Between 56 to 70 is considered a medium glycemic index rating. And 55 or below is low-glycemic, recommended for low carb diets.

The more a spike in sugar, the more the body has to work (insulin, for one) to balance the blood sugar. Hence, the more negatively taxing the process is on the body, Metabolism Efficiencywhich can lead to diseases like obesity and Type 2 diabetes, no less. This is sometimes called the blood sugar roller coaster.

Scientific studies consistently show that people who eat the most high-GI processed, junk, and fast foods are at the greatest risk of experiencing obesity and becoming diabetic. Because it is a fact that not all carb calories are created equal, and thus not all foods are created equal. How valuable a calorie is matters.

 

Successful Scientific Weight Loss – Food Quality & How Many Valuable Calories You Consume In Your Daily Diet Matters

 

The more inefficient a food’s metabolic pathway is — like with processed, junk, and fast foods — the more of that food’s energy is wasted (particularly as heat) and the less is used for actual BMR metabolic work. If the quality of the food is not significantly improved, if empty calorie food with less valuable calories is not removed in favor of adding significantly more VALUABLE calories to the diet, the inefficient metabolic vicious cycle continues usually leading to being overweight or obese, and even diabetic. This is one main reason why most people are not successful at weight loss and cannot get off the overweight and obesity roller coaster ride.

Choose whole, natural, organic (if possible) foods low in sugar (natural, avoid added sugar) and high in fiber (a type of carb) as well as quality protein and fat to help you get off the ride. The science-based Blue Zone Meditteranean Diet can be low-carb or low-fat. Remember, the higher the quality the food is in terms of cleanliness and overall nutritional value (quality protein, good fats, good carbs, naturally occurring vitamins & minerals, antioxidants, etc.) as well as how appropriately the food is handled and prepared, the more valuable the calories. How many valuable calories you consume in your daily diet is one of the main factors in successful scientific weight loss.


Muscle Efficiently Burns Calories, Fat Inefficiently Burn Calories – The Four Body Types


Science currently recognizes that, at rest, for every 10 pounds of muscle, 60 The Four Body Typescalories are burned. Yet, for every 10 pounds of fat, only 20-30 calories are burned. The National Council on Strength and Fitness states that muscles/muscle mass at rest will burn approximately 6 calories daily per pound, while fat burns 2 to 3 calories daily per pound. If you are a Body Type Two (BT2), Body Type Three (BT3), or Body Type Four (BT4), you most likely have skinny fat and/or fat on your body where there should be muscles/mass.

When your Standard BMR (basal metabolic rate) — the total number of calories your specific human body requires daily for basic functioning — is calculated using the Mifflin St Jeor equation and Harris-Benedict equation for activity, it is calculated directly relative to the Standard Scientific Human Body Anatomy Book Body Type One (BT1) and fully developed muscles/mass, no less.

Yet, both equations give zero importance or weight to skinny fat. None. If you have skinny fat in place of muscles/mass, your body requires fewer calories than your Standard BMR.

Body type matters. This is another main reason why most people are not successful at weight loss and cannot get off the overweight and obesity roller coaster ride.

Skinny Fat and Fat Burn Much Fewer Calories than Muscles/Mass

 

Burning Calories - Successful Scientific Weight LossThe more skinny fat (thin fat, cellulite, crepey skin, loose skin, saggy skin, normal weight obesity) and fat you have on your body where there should be muscles/mass, the fewer calories your body actually requires in terms of BMR. Yet, you are held to the standard Mifflin St Jeor and Harris-Benedict equations as typically calculated because mainstream science and medical doctors only recognize the Body Type One (BT1) as being a valid body type. If you are a BT2, BT3, or BT4 using the standard Mifflin St Jeor and Harris-Benedict formulas to calculate your daily recommended calorie deficit of 500 calories to lose weight, you are likely still eating too many calories.

Example: If I am a Body Type Two and my standard Mifflin St Jeor equation BMR is 1680 calories, but I have skinny fat and/or fat on my body where there should be muscle, then, depending on how much fat and/or skinny fat, my Standard BMR will actually be lower than 1680 calories. The scientific Body Type Quiz calculates my Adjusted Mifflin St Jeor BMR to more accurately estimate my body types’ specific daily calorie intake needs.

Because, again, 10 pounds of fat at rest only burns 20-30 calories compared to 10 pounds of muscle at rest which burns 60 calories. Add in exercise, and things get even more inaccurate because muscles burn more calories than skinny fat or fat. Period, the end.

This is one of the reasons why Fellow One Research developed The Four Body Types including the Adjusted Mifflin St Jeor.



Scientific Weight Loss Standards, How to Successfully Lose Weight - Body Type One + Body Mass Index (BMI) + Calories (Basal Metabolic Rate/BMR)

Old vs New Scientific Weight Loss Standards – How to Successfully Lose Weight (The Keys)


Key #1 – Old Science – Standard Scientific Human Body Anatomy Book Body Type One (BT1):

Scientific Weight Loss, How to Successfully Lose Weight - Key #1, Standard Scientific Human Body Anatomy Book Body Type One (BT1)A licensed medical doctor will look you over and determine whether you have a “normal” Standard Scientific Human Body Type Anatomy Book Body Type One (BT1) or if you have a malformation, abnormality, underdevelopment, or the like of some sort. If you are “normal” then you are a Body Type One (BT1). The only reason you may not look like a BT1 is because you are eating too many calories daily. Consistently consuming too many calories (above your basal metabolic rate/BMR) per day adds fat weight to the body and will eventually take you outside your safe Body Mass Index (BMI) weight range into the overweight or obese column.

New Science: There are four (4) scientific Body Types, not just one.

Key #2 – Old Science – Standard Body Mass Index (BMI) Safe Weight Range:

Step #2: Body Mass Index (BMI) - Safe Weight (Loss) Range, How to Scientifically Lose WeightCalculated relative to your height, if you are within your safe Body Mass Index (BMI) weight range you are a normal and healthy Body Type One (BT1) with all muscles, muscle mass, and posture fully developed (unless a licensed medical doctor has diagnosed your with an abnormality, underdevelopment, or the like). If you are outside your safe BMI weight range in the overweight or obese columns, you need to reduce daily calorie consumption and increase exercise to burn the excess stored calories (fat) to get back to your normal, safe BMI weight range.

New Science: Body type matters. Especially if you are a Body Type Two (BT2), Body Type Three (BT3) or Body Type Four (BT4), any skinny fat (cellulite, thin fat, crepey skin, loose skin, saggy skin, normal weight obesity) on your body where there should be muscles/muscle mass makes your Body Mass Index (BMI) inaccurate, no less. This means your BMR as per the Standard Mifflin St Jeor formula and Harris-Benedict equation is also inaccurate.

Key #3 – Old Science – Standard Mifflin St. Jeor Equation, Calculated Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR):

Your Standard BMR (basal metabolic rate) is the number of calories your specific body How to Successfully Lose Weight - Scientific Weight Loss - Step #3: Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) & Caloriesrequires daily to do all its basic functioning. Calculated using the Mifflin St. Jeor formula. If you are eating more calories than your BMR then you need to reduce calories. You may have to increase exercise as well to help burn the excess calories/fat. Once you are back within your safe BMI weight range you will once again look like a BT1 (unless diagnosed by a licensed medical doctor otherwise) with all muscles, muscle mass, and posture fully developed. You can eat whatever you want, as a calorie is a calorie. So long as you keep your calories at or below your daily BMR you will successfully maintain and manage your weight.

New Science: Body type matters. Especially if you are a Body Type Two (BT2), Body Type Three (BT3) or Body Type Four (BT4), any skinny fat on your body where there should be muscles/muscle mass makes your Standard Mifflin St Jeor equation BMR inaccurate, no less. Science recognizes that one pound of muscle burns 6 calories per day, while one pound of fat only burns 2 to 3 calories per day. This means you likely need fewer calories daily as per your Adjusted Mifflin St Jeor BMR (see Body Type Quiz). A calorie is not a calorie. Some calories are more valuable than other calories. Quality of food and ingredients matter.


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