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According to whom breakfast is healthy? [closed]

I've certainly been taught breakfast is the most important meal of the day because while you sleep it's the longest period of time the body goes without food. Someone told me today that there is no ...
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Does it matter when during the day carb intake occurs?

I have heard from multiple sources that "no carbs in the evening" is supposed to be a good way of decreasing the fat buildup and facilitating weight loss. Now while I am aware that none of these ...
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Is it true that the body gets used to diet and exercise after a while and stops responding?

I am currently reading a book called "The Body Sculpting Bible for Men" by James Villepigue and Hugo Rivera. In it the author claims that when you start dieting your body receives a shock from the ...
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How Antioxidants affects Metabolism? [closed]

I'd like to know how antioxidants affects the metabolism and which ones are essential for metabolism processes.
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Why did I not gain weight when having 4000 calories a day?

I'm about 6ft high and weigh 175 pound, age 26. For the last few years, I have lived a fairly sedentary lifestyle, easily consuming about 4000 calories per day. What I would like to know is why if ...
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Is a drastic calorie reduction harmful?

For a long time I was consuming 4000 calories a day. This was between soda and various "junk foods". I was surprised to find my protein, carb and fat levels were pretty close to what they should have ...
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Am I in “starvation mode”?

I am male, 48, 6'2" and 230 lbs. I workout 4 to 5 days per week, doing a wide variety of sports (running, cross training, TRX, skiing, lifting weights etc). I was assessed last year and my ...
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Good fitness strategies for an ectomorph

I've recently joined a local gym to try and supplement my martial arts training, and as a result I have been getting a lot more exercise recently (I'm still in the over-enthusiastic early phase where ...
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Could cyclic eating help us to keep our metabolism up?

Insulin oscillations with period of 3 - 6 minutes are believed to be important for insulin sensitivity by preventing downregulation of insulin receptors. Reading this I was wondering, if the ...
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What is the best way to bring one's metabolism out of starvation mode following a diet?

A friend of mine has obviously brought her metabolism into starvation mode by performing strict low-calorie diets (without any exercise) for over ten years. This has resulted in a yo-yo effect where ...