The Energy Gap

Updated: Dec 1, 2020

One of the major outcomes of most diets is yo-yo dieting, so people will lose fat and then gain fat again. Often times they’re worse off after they gained it back then before. It’s a vicious cycle but there is a way to counter that. Here is a simple equation that a lot of people like to use: -


FAT LOSS EQUATION Burn more calories = Burn more fat

Well, like I always say it's not that simple. 😅



There's something called the Energy Gap. As we diet, our metabolism goes down and our need for food or our hunger goes up. That gap expands so far that it yo-yos back, because when metabolism goes down, we eat more and we rebound faster.

Muscle is one of the primary components of metabolism. We know that as muscle goes down, our metabolism goes down. Ketones spare muscle mass and exercise alone cannot prevent us from losing muscle mass.

Of course, ketones combined with exercise is best way stave off muscle loss. But as we get older it's harder to exercise at same intensity as when we were younger. Also if you have injuries like me that prevents you from exercising, ketones give you more energy and they are also a great way to help you maintain lean muscle mass without over straining yourself.

Watch this video to learn more!

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Nelson Pn1, KMS

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