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Layne Norton, PhD
Dad. Owner of BioLayne LLC, Natural Pro BBer. Nutritional Science PhD, 2x USAPL 93kg Nat. Champ. Crusher of bullshit
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 16
Depends on goals. For max LBM retention 1.8g/kg-2.4g/kg for most.
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 16
And you wore an accelerometer to account for differences in activity? Your day to day routine was exactly the same? Your training was exactly the same? You ate exactly the same foods? Slept the same? Many confounding variables dude
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 14
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 14
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 14
Do Artificial sweeteners cause cancer and increase hunger and body fat... in short??? Na
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 13
The only way you'd lose muscle and gain body fat at maintenance calories is if you were someone who was used to resistance training and you stopped resistance training. Or you were used to taking steroids and then stopped.
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 13
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 13
This question doesn’t make sense?
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 13
“You’ll gain fat at maintenance calories.” 🤣🤣😭😭 Said no person ever who has a basic understanding of physiology and what energy balance ACTUALLY is.
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 12
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 12
This is so dumb. Whittrock, like most people who attempt to call CICO invalid, DOESN'T EVEN UNDERSTAND ENERGY BALANCE IN THE MOST BASIC SENSE.
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 12
No, but it certainly seems like it LOL
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 12
what the hell? Are you serious? Garbage. And are you saying 105 lbs down to 73????????? That's called starvation not dieting
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 11
That’s exactly what it is. Nice try you may fool your audience but you aren’t fooling actual researchers 🙄
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 11
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 11
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 11
Relatively weak epidemiological evidence this far, I’m not saying there can’t be a link, there could be. But it’s probably pretty far down on the list of importance. That said I think limiting blue light before bed is probably a really good idea for multiple reasons.
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 11
Ol’ mate has me blocked after I called bullshit on his nonsense
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 11
Calling out people for spouting bullshit is that the same thing as bullying. I’m sorry that you’re having difficulty determining the difference
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Layne Norton, PhD Feb 10
Don’t limit yourself to hours on the stair master when looking to lose fat. Refer to this guide to choosing the right form of cardio for YOU! Check out the article here!
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