Not really. Weight loss happens for one reason: a sustained calorie deficit. Exercise does not cause a calorie deficit. Does it burn calories? Of course it does. But the reason exercising to lose weight is such a bad strategy is that exercise also makes you hungrier. It’s very common to end up...(more)
Nothing you can eat or drink will “help” with weight loss. Weight loss is entirely a matter of a sustained calorie deficit. See
There are no fattening foods. You can lose weight eating any kind of food there is. And, since it takes zero extra effort, time, or money to...(more)
Weight loss questions often involve a salad of initialisms such as BMR, BMI, and TDEE. This brief post aims to disambiguate and explain each, and put them in the context of someone concerned with their weight.
First, a word or two about calories
Ais a unit of energy. In this context it’s a... (more)