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Fact is, eating fewer calories causes immediate weight loss! I was feeling poorly yesterday and so consumed only 1148 calories, way below my usual 2200 calories. This morning I've dropped a kilogram on the scales. I've noticed this immediate effect before, when for some reason or other I've eaten less and immediately lost weight. The correlation is as plain ...


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What do you mean by carb deficit? There is no carb requirement level that you can be over or under. You can eat 80% carbs or 0% carbs and be fine. If your total intake of calories is less than your total calorie use, you will burn fat, even if you lie in bed all day. Wether you lose fat or muscle depends on your current amount of muscle, on your level of ...


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You should give a keto diet a try, I used to eat low carb a while ago while losing weight and I felt like even if I got hungry, I didn't get worn out mentally like you often do. Could be that your blood glucose levels don't fluctuate as wildly on a keto diet, but that's entirely speculative. Give it a week, the first days you'll feel like you can't focus ...


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If you are having only one meal a day and if you really want to use protein powders instead of healthy natural foods, then you definitely need to choose egg white powder protein because it will be digested slowly, releasing a steady level of essential aminoacids during hours into your blood. Casein protein powders are the second best option, they are still ...


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It is absolutely impossible to eliminate body fat in "only one place". Lifting weights has no connection to eliminating body fat. Lifting weights makes your muscles larger (which is totally fantastic) but has no connection to eliminating body fat. The only way to eliminate body fat is via diet. Body fat is simply caused by eating carbohydrates, which ...


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Protein shakes are fine to drink without working out but this probably will not contribute to any muscle building if that is what you are looking for. It will probably add to your body weight in general. If you do work out, it is a different story where the protein will greatly contribute to your muscle building which of course will depend on how much stress ...


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I can't say what is and isn't safe for you. You should see a nutritionist. However, in general it is safe to consume protein powder. If you believe you are not consuming enough protein, than that is exactly what the protein powder is for. Most people that feel they need the extra powder require more protein because they are working out frequently, but ...


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Sure you can drink a protein shake even if you're not working out in a classical sense — like doing some heavy "macho-stuff" at a gym or something — but walking definitely counts as "physical fitness" type of exercise too. Proteins are just basic building blocks our body needs for normal functioning, and most certainly not just for the "reconstruction" of ...



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