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PERIOD TagsCalorie (Nutrient)Medicine (Field Of Study)Nutrition (Medical Specialty...Weight Loss (Symptom) Previous articleHow to Lose Weight Fast Losing Weight Lose Weight Fast Extreme Weight Loss Next articleWeight Loss Diet 55 Comments Agent A says: July 25, 2015 at 11:10 am Restricting calories is the only way to lose weight. Whether you do it by exercise or by eating less doesn’t matter, it’s still calorie restriction. That’s why RT4 has no weight loss testimonials. You are stupid for saying calorie restriction doesn’t work because it’s the only way you will lose weight unless you remove fat or body parts surgically. Show me one study that shows you can eat unlimited carbs and lose weight, just one. Show me one study that shows you can lose weight with a caloric surplus. You have no understanding of nutrition. Stop copying Freelee the breast implantwearing idiot for once. Agent A says: July 25, 2015 at 11:10 am +whyoweyou How do you know how many calories they ate? Just because you don’t count calories doesn’t mean you’re not restricting calories. Of course you’ll leave it at that, you have no arguments, no studies, nothing. Bye. whyoweyou says: July 25, 2015 at 11:10 am I dont think calorie restriction is healthy. I do personally know people who have lost weight on RT4 with no calorie restriction and little exercise. I enjoy eating this way and it works for me and many others. I’ll leave it at that. Agent A says: July 25, 2015 at 11:10 am +whyoweyou You should read John Mcdougalls books with a pair of glasses. How can you say calorie restriction doesn’t work long term? Why do you think losing weight on rt4 is not calorie restriction? Just because you don’t count calories? Do you even know what calorie restriction is? Calorie restriction means eating less calories then you burn. Starch solution is something completely different from rt4. John Mcdougal does NOT believe in metabolic damage and he thinks calorie restriction is the only way to lose weight (also long term). He recommends you to fill a quarter (or half) your plate with greens if you want to lose weight. Read his weight loss program, it’s different from his original starch solution book. Freelee and Harley are idiots. Almost all (99%) or their weight loss testimonials are negative. Search Raw till 4 weight gain. Nobody lost weight on that diet, only a few people who did calorie restriction by riding their bike hours a day. Again, where is the study that shows you can eat unlimited carbs and lose weight? Where is it? whyoweyou says: July 25, 2015 at 11:10 am +Agent A i did say calorie restriction works.. I just dont believe that it healthy to do that. There are RT4 and high carb, no restriction weight loss testimonials. Read the starch solution. Yasai Kasai says: July 25, 2015 at 11:10 am Awesome vijoshe! Yasai Kasai says: July 25, 2015 at 11:10 am *videos LauraJane Curtis says: July 25, 2015 at 11:10 am +Naomi Hill interesting because I’ve experimented with high carb vegan doing 1500 calories and 3000 calories for periods of time and either way I stay lean and tone up brilliantly. It’s been proven the body has a complex system for weight loss and it’s not just about cals in and out :) That Irish Vegan Girl says: July 25, 2015 at 11:10 am People talk about this calorie deficit being absolutely essential but if you got two people and got them to live on 2500 calories a day for say, 8 months? One of them was eating 2500 calories of fruit and the other was eating 2500 calories of high fat, processed foods.. do people honestly think that those two people would look the same at the end of those 8 months? Even the massive weight loss companies like slimming world brand foods like rice, fruit and pasta as ‘syn free’ and promote that people can eat as much of these foods as they like and people who follow these low fat diets lose a lot of weight. But, obviously I believe this is within reason. Of course if people are cramming in ridiculous amounts of calories, e.g. up to 4500-5000, they’re not going to lose weight and will end up gaining instead, but that’s because its serious overfeeding which is un-natural and unless you’re a professional athlete, you don’t need that many calories. No Mad says: July 25, 2015 at 11:10 am +That Irish Vegan Girl There is still an energy balance in play. Factors to consider include base metabolic rate, which is highly dependent on the size and body composition of the individual, individual metabolic efficiency, efficiency of conversion of various energy sources. This last factor is one of the main reasons the starch solution works so well to lose weight or prevent weight gain. Plus is is low calorie density food so you get full quicker. There is really no argument here. What you eat matters more than how much unless you are eating to the point of sickness all the time and sitting on your butt all day. whyoweyou says: July 25, 2015 at 11:10 am +That Irish Vegan Girl exactly right!!!! Jennifer Osenaris says: July 25, 2015 at 11:10 am Loving these short vids! Some peoples videos (although excellent) are too long. Your vids atm are short, effective and excellent !!! I’m commenting again like a fan girl haha but loving the content xx whyoweyou says: July 25, 2015 at 11:10 am +Jennifer Osenaris Thankyou so much Jennifer!! akd1008 says: July 25, 2015 at 11:10 am I was a vegetarian (no meat, fish, eggs, but I did take milk occasionally) for 20 years. I’ve been overweight my whole life. I switched to high carb, low fat veganism 6 years ago. I’m still fat, and even managed to gain a bunch of weight as a vegan. So you can take the advice of nice little girls like the one in this video with a grain of salt. I’m sure she’s a really sweet girl, but her magic advice may or may not work for everyone. Naomi Hill says: July 25, 2015 at 11:10 am love you girl, but a calorie deficit is required always. that’s not opinion, that’s science! high carb is the way but if you over eat on this lifestyle you don’t magically stay slim. 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