This is episode 38 of Evil Sugar Radio. In this episode, we interviewed Adel Moussa. Adel teaches physics at both a high school and University level, as well as running Suppversity and collaborating with Superhuman Radio.
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Episode 38 Overview
Here’s an overview of what we’ll be talking about in this episode:
- Can you talk about your article “9 Simple Rules Every Dieter Must Follow”? What does the average person need to know about dieting?
- So a caloric deficit of 15% of total calories is a good starting point for losing weight?
- Do you suggest tracking or using a calculator to find your caloric needs?
- Why do you suggest that people keep lifting heavy while trying to lose weight?
- What about protein intake?
- What types of proteins do you suggest people consume to get their 30g of essential amino acids?
- Is there any truth to the common statement that the body can only absorb 30g of protein at a time?
- What about fat? Can it be stored as fat?
- Is it safe to say that the phenomenon of being afraid of carbohydrates is absurd?
- What is a refeed and when should we do it?
- You mention filling up on vegetables? Which vegetables do you recommend? Is ketchup part of that?
- How do you suggest people to go back to a maintenance level of calories?
- What happens to the metabolism during weight loss? How can someone keep weight loss from ruining their metabolism?
- Can you talk a little about the overfeeding study on SFA and PUFA?
- Is there some truth to the statement that high carbs combined with high fat in the diet is a bad idea?
- What do we need to know about SFA, MUFA, and PUFA in general?
- If you could suggest a couple pieces of positive advice to the fitness industry, what would you suggest to help the industry do better?
- Are people as crazy about diet and fitness in Germany as they are in the US?
Losing Weight Doesn’t Have To Ruin Your Metabolism (http://suppversity.blogspot.com/2014/03/losing-weight-doesnt-have-to-ruin-your.html)
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