How Low Calorie Diets & Intermittent Fasting Affect Metabolism

How Low Calorie Diets & Intermittent Fasting Affect Metabolism

How Low Calorie Diets & Intermittent Fasting Affect Metabolism

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hey guys dr. Burke here in this video I want to talk about low-calorie diets versus intermittent fasting the confusion that people have is they think that it’s the same exact thing no it’s completely the opposite thing so low-calorie diets actually slow your metabolism actually it ruins your metabolism it’s it takes the setpoint and it raises it so before you could get your weight down to this way now it keeps rising and it was just like your body gets comfortable at a certain weight like say 185 pounds and you can’t seem to get below that in a minute fasting if done correctly speeds up your metabolism it lowers as a setpoint it allows your weight to go down it’s the only thing that I know them as a tool that you can fix and heal your metabolism okay so low calorie diets create a breakdown of muscle tissue it makes you weaker over time in a minute fasting causes improvement in muscle and it retains protein and muscle tissue and that’s because of the hormone called growth hormone that’s triggered when you do in a minute fasting okay low calorie diets caused cravings to carbs and sweets it also keeps you hungry because it’s depriving you in a minute fasting you have no cravings you have no hunger so the way that you know that you’re in in a minute you’re actually doing this correctly is when your cravings go away if you’re going to do a program then your craving you’re not doing it correctly and you’re not really in fat-burning when you’re doing this low calorie diets do not put a person in fat-burning intermittent fasting does put a person in fat burning because it influences hormones low calorie diets ignores the hormone aspects of what calories influenced so they don’t look at how food triggers hormones insulin cortisol estrogen the basically saying all calories are the same just eat in moderation just Douce your overall calorie bad advice in a minute fasting done correctly looks at the hormone aspects like specifically insulin because when you do intermittent fasting you’re eating and then you’re not eating and then you’re eating and you’re not eating so you when you don’t eat you don’t trigger insulin when you do low calorie diets a lot of times you’re grazing and you’re snacking but you’re having just little amounts of that thing low calorie diets typically ignore the nutrients in the calories these kind of look at again a calorie is a calorie but there’s certain calories that are more nutrient-dense than others right so that’s the difference so this is basically reduction of calorie this is a reduction of frequency of eating this is not lowering your your calories when you eat so when you do intermittent fasting correctly you want a meal of course that doesn’t have sugar you want a meal that has healthy fat you want a meal that has a moderate amount of protein and you want a meal that is nutrient-dense a lot of vegetables but you’re never going to be cutting calories you’re going to have a nice big meal menu that’s suppose to get you to switch over to fat burn when you’re not eating going for a long period of time we’re really talking like if you did three meals a day or even twice a day and then not eating between them that’s the form of intermittent fasting but I just want to clarify the difference so you really get this this is really bad this is really good alright thanks for watching put your comments below hey guys thank you so much for watching please click the subscribe button and I will see you in the next video

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