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just my 2 cents worth-and this applies to any diet that is based on the calorie in/calorie out thesis. I think either the calculation used for the bmr or the standard thinking that it takes a 3500 caloric deficit in order to lose a pound is flawed. I believe this because so many people cut calories, but do not see corresponding weight loss. my bmr at a sedentary rate is 1800 calories, theoretically, if I have a daily caloric deficit of 500 calories, I should then lose weight at the rate of 1Lb per week 500 X 7 days = 3500 caloric deficit…but it just does not happen….not for me or many other people-regardless of the weight loss plan they use.
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That’s good to know, thank you. Heading poolside in 30 days and fully intend to live it up for a few days. 😀 I’m not worried about falling off the wagon permanently. I was very surprised at how easily I cut carbs, once I knew it was net, not total. I usually have 15+ of my 25 remaining at the end of the night. Intermittent fasting (IF) helps immensely with that – less snacking = less chance to slip up. I do 22 fasting and give myself 2 hours to get it all down the gullet. 😀
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