Clean Eating Destroyed? Layne Norton V-Log



  • Clean Eating Destroyed? Layne Norton V-Log


    [VIDEO]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ge3NPxoCuAI[/VIDEO]

    Cliffs:

    • The Word "Clean" has no objective definition
    • Balances down to energy balance (Calories consumed vs Calories Burned)
    • What effects energy Balance? Fiber increases thermogenesis + Improves Satiety ... May favor fatloss due to consume low calories but still stay full.
    • Protein helps spare lean body mass/build lean bodymass . About as much as fiber. Higher protein diets aid satiety and hunger pains when dieting.
    • Every Study where calories & Protein shown 0 different in fatloss
    • Sugar is problematic because its not filling, so people tend to avoid it due to easy to overeat (and strive for higher fiber/protein foods)
    • No associate with fruit and obesity. If sugar was causing fatgain, then fruit would have a negative impact on body composition, but that is untrue due to berries having benefits on thermogeneic response, satiety, and plenty of micronutrients.
    • Dairy products is deemed to be unclean due to added sugars, but contain plenty of vitamin D & Calcium. Dairy has been shown to include fatloss benefits when caloric intake is controlled.
    • Increasing Sat Fat Intake in the long term does not have a negative effect on heart disease via long term research
    • Only reason to avoid dairy is due to lactose problem.
    • Very little evidence to gluten being a direct contributor to health issues. Only those with celiac should avoid at all costs (due to leaky gut syndrome)
    • Studies with clean eating have shown studies associated with binge eating behavior due to restrictive dieting practices. Over time this can have a great association with disinhibiation (binging) and weight gain/weight circumference.

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    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22049177
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21775530

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