What's your opinions on g flux ?
Take an individual eating 2500 calories a day and burning 2500 calories a day. That person wouldn’t likely lose or gain any weight. They’re in energy balance and that means they’d be weight stable.
If we use the principles of G-Flux to boost this person’s food intake to 3000 calories a day and boost their calorie burning to 3000 calories a day, most would assume that the person wouldn’t change. They’d assume that the increased intake and expenditure would cancel each other out, right?
But researchers have shown that in such a situation there are increases in metabolic rate, losses of fat, and increases in lean mass ( taken from http://www.precisionnutrition.com/all-about-g-flux)
Omar made a vid on this : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TC7LbYQVCyw&feature=plcp dont know how to embd sorry.
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