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    Weird, it worked last week and now isn't for me either, try this one.

    https://mennohenselmans.com/biosigna...y-weight-loss/


    Edit: Double checked and its working for me now, if any page error search for biosignature and its the first article to pop-up on his website
    correction, it's a LONG article. i'll have to read it later today since i'm working at the moment. seriously though i'll look into it thanks for looking it up again.
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    Originally Posted by northwestmuscle View Post
    I forgot to mention that I use MyFitnessPal to track calories I eat and calories I burn.

    When I input my cardio into the app, it says I burn 461 calories. I do the elliptical for 30 minutes. Stead state cardio. My average BPM is around 155. The calories reportedly burned seems a bit high to me. What do you guys think?

    I do cardio 3 days a week. Do you see anything wrong with this regimen? Should I do more? I also do full body weight lifting workouts 3 days a week (MWF).

    Thanks
    That's too high for that amount of cardio.

    30 minutes with an average HR of 155 for someone your height/weight is probably closer to something like 300 calories burned.
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    Not me, my macros are around 80/10/10 (C/P/F) and I lose weight just fine. Actually, avoiding fat makes it easier, since carbs have only 4 kcal/g whereas fat has 9 kcal/g. I get to eat much more food while staying at or below maintenence.
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    Originally Posted by moojeni View Post
    Not me, my macros are around 80/10/10 (C/P/F) and I lose weight just fine. Actually, avoiding fat makes it easier, since carbs have only 4 kcal/g whereas fat has 9 kcal/g. I get to eat much more food while staying at or below maintenence.
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    vegan?
    Yes!
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    Originally Posted by moojeni View Post
    Yes!
    Thought so

    The 80/10/10 this is basically a vegan ‘thing’

    That being said, it’s more tailored for reversing heart disease, not ideal for muscle building
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    Originally Posted by AdamWW View Post
    Thought so

    The 80/10/10 this is basically a vegan ‘thing’

    That being said, it’s more tailored for reversing heart disease, not ideal for muscle building
    I have to agree on that. I'm a long distance runner, so it fits my sport perfectly. I need to stay light, and this diet has allowed me to achieve that. The best marathon runners in the world (Kenyans and Ethiopians), even though they aren't vegan, eat between 65%-80% carbs, too!
    If my goal was to build muscle, I would up my protein intake to at least 15%-20%, for sure.
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    Originally Posted by moojeni View Post
    I have to agree on that. I'm a long distance runner, so it fits my sport perfectly. I need to stay light, and this diet has allowed me to achieve that. The best marathon runners in the world (Kenyans and Ethiopians), even though they aren't vegan, eat between 65%-80% carbs, too!
    If my goal was to build muscle, I would up my protein intake to at least 15%-20%, for sure.
    Yup, agreed.

    In fact I think the dude who just did that world record marathon stunt basically eats a diet almost entirely of corn and other grains, with some fruit and fish here and there. Saw a video of him explaining his approach.
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    What do you guys think of IIFYM? Can it work on a cut? If I want to have a small Halloween candy everyday for dessert, will it impact my weight loss if I'm in a 25% deficit?

    Also, can I drink a small glass of wine at dinner on a cut (like 1/2 cup)? Or does it impact weight loss even if I'm in a deficit?

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    Keto + caloric deficit + intermittent fasting= best diet for rapid weight loss
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    Originally Posted by northwestmuscle View Post
    What do you guys think of IIFYM? Can it work on a cut? If I want to have a small Halloween candy everyday for dessert, will it impact my weight loss if I'm in a 25% deficit?

    Also, can I drink a small glass of wine at dinner on a cut (like 1/2 cup)? Or does it impact weight loss even if I'm in a deficit?

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    If you're asking this, you haven't gotten the point of anything we've said.


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    Originally Posted by AdamWW View Post
    If you're asking this, you haven't gotten the point of anything we've said.


    CALORIES DICTATE FAT LOSS

    I also have a to be typically a "lower carb" guy, otherwise the scale won't move. 100-125G per day is the perfect sweet spot.

    However, when I'm watching and counting, I've noticed I can get away with a couple heavy carb meals a week without any slowing of fat/weight. I just can't do 2,3,4,5, days in a row. I can have the pizza, the Italian sandwich (If it fits into the calorie goal and is close on macros/IIFYM)
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    Originally Posted by northwestmuscle View Post
    What do you guys think of IIFYM? Can it work on a cut? If I want to have a small Halloween candy everyday for dessert, will it impact my weight loss if I'm in a 25% deficit?

    Also, can I drink a small glass of wine at dinner on a cut (like 1/2 cup)? Or does it impact weight loss even if I'm in a deficit?

    Thanks
    IIFYM is not a wacky fad diet. It's simply a statement of how the body works. Calories are the units of energy. An energy deficit WILL lead to tissue loss.

    Of course you also need to get your micronutrients too - and avoid foods that trigger your appetite. Sometimes I just go cold turkey on treat foods because you can never have as much as you want to when dieting... it's makes things worse not better. This is entirely to do with your *appetite* though and might be different for you.
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    Originally Posted by snufy View Post
    I just can't do 2,3,4,5, days in a row. I can have the pizza, the Italian sandwich (If it fits into the calorie goal and is close on macros/IIFYM)
    If you are doing a low carb approach, the reason you THINK several days in a row of high carb stalls your weight loss is because of increased WATER weight.
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    Originally Posted by snufy View Post
    I also have a to be typically a "lower carb" guy, otherwise the scale won't move. 100-125G per day is the perfect sweet spot.

    However, when I'm watching and counting, I've noticed I can get away with a couple heavy carb meals a week without any slowing of fat/weight. I just can't do 2,3,4,5, days in a row. I can have the pizza, the Italian sandwich (If it fits into the calorie goal and is close on macros/IIFYM)
    Sorry but no.

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    I once read an article about weight loss that said if you want to lose body fat, ditch the simple carbs like bagels, white pasta, and donuts and stick to complex carbs.

    In the context of weight loss, is it better to eat complex carbs over simple carbs?
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    Originally Posted by northwestmuscle View Post
    I once read an article about weight loss that said if you want to lose body fat, ditch the simple carbs like bagels, white pasta, and donuts and stick to complex carbs.

    In the context of weight loss, is it better to eat complex carbs over simple carbs?
    You already know the answer, or you simply haven't been paying any attention....

    A donut isn't even a primary source of carbs, on average they're higher in fat calories than carb calories anyway.

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    Originally Posted by northwestmuscle View Post

    In the context of weight loss, is it better to eat complex carbs over simple carbs?
    It doesn't matter that much. They all get converted to the same substrate anyway.

    For example, an apple has simple carbs but will probably be more filling for less calories than potato chips - which contain complex carbs.
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    correction, it's a LONG article. i'll have to read it later today since i'm working at the moment. seriously though i'll look into it thanks for looking it up again.
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    Originally Posted by AdamWW View Post
    You already know the answer, or you simply haven't been paying any attention....

    A donut isn't even a primary source of carbs, on average they're higher in fat calories than carb calories anyway.

    R u trolling now or just being daft?
    I'm excited for his next question of what about if I eat within an 8 hour window, can I eat more then? Or what about if I eat right after I work out? What if I wake up at 2am to eat a cheeseburger, will that make me gain weight?
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