Episode 71: The Calorie Myth With Jonathan Bailor
- January 7th 2014
In this episode we're joined by fitness and fat loss expert Jonathan Bailor, author of the book, The Calorie Myth. In this riveting interview Jonathan debunks the myths surrounding calories and explains the concept of "set point", a system within the body that prevents you from losing weight and maintaining those weight loss results.
This book is enlightening because it tackles one of the biggest questions that many of us face on a daily basis, to count calories or not to count calories. During the interview we cover:
The Big Myth About Calories What set point is and how to alter it so that you can lose and maintain weight loss The four quality characteristics of food Finally, he answers the question, "how do you make it all work in limited time?"
Here's a link to this fascinating book on Amazon.com: The Calorie Myth: How to Eat More, Exercise Less, Lose Weight, and Live Better
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