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Layne Norton, PhD
Dad. Owner of BioLayne LLC, Natural Pro BBer. Nutritional Science PhD, 2x USAPL 93kg National Champion. Author of Fat Loss Forever. Crusher of Bullshit
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Layne Norton, PhD 1h
Yep. No empirical evidence to support it and I’m not promoting it
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Layne Norton, PhD 2h
Currently training and physique with got me considering a bodybuilding comeback at age 40 🤫
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Layne Norton, PhD 4h
Yes, it's the same reason conspiracy theories are appealing. 1) it offsets personal responsibility for what's wrong in your life. "It's not your fault, it's this dark sinister force you can't control" & 2) it offers a simple/more palatable explanation to a complex problem
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Layne Norton, PhD 4h
Yes. I hear all the time "I ate in a calorie deficit & didn't lose weight." No, you ate in what a website told you is a calorie deficit or what was PREDICTED to be a calorie deficit. But if you didn't lose weight (over the course of weeks) then it wasn't a deficit
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Layne Norton, PhD 4h
Replying to @Maclagan_was_OK
evidence of 'glucose crashes'? There's actually evidence that fructose is superior to glucose for satiety, that said neither is great in a purified form.
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Layne Norton, PhD 4h
If that's true, I'm not sure how anyone can defend anymore. His claims have slowly gotten more and more insane
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Layne Norton, PhD 4h
Replying to @1bryan
link?
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Layne Norton, PhD 5h
100% agree. Which is why “you’re eating too much for your energy expenditure” should NOT be confused as “you are lazy”
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Layne Norton, PhD 5h
Well, I suppose the difference is I’ve seen Joe change is mind on numerous topics despite his bias when presented with sufficient evidence. That is quite different from people who refuse to acknowledge the limitations of their approaches despite contrary evidence
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Layne Norton, PhD 5h
Replying to @ipvdo
Wouldn’t help
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Layne Norton, PhD 5h
It’s not sexy. Claims not extreme enough. Maybe I should lead with “MeAt HeAlS!”
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Layne Norton, PhD 6h
Replying to @BioLayne
Before anyone gets angry. I’m just teasing. I’m not against the idea that marijuana could have helpful properties for some populations. But the data is very mixed and new. Need more studies
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Layne Norton, PhD 6h
Love you Joe, but I think there may be some bias comfirmation going on here. 🤣😆😜
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Layne Norton, PhD 6h
Replying to @KeithCarroll
ArE yOu SaYiNg PoPtArTs ArE gOoD fOr FaT lOsS?
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Layne Norton, PhD 7h
Awesome work Keith
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Layne Norton, PhD 7h
Replying to @ScepticalDoctor
I’m at the gym then heading on a weekend getaway with family. It’s not a priority at this very moment but if you remind me next week I’m happy to
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Layne Norton, PhD 7h
Replying to @CoachKozak
I’m trying. It’s not easy when constantly attacked
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Layne Norton, PhD 7h
Replying to @MarkBski @tlrsax54
Correct.
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Layne Norton, PhD 7h
The MESSAGING matters. Demonizing foods creates binge eating & disordered relationships with foods that contribute to the obesity epidemic. I’m not sure how much more clear I can be
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Layne Norton, PhD 7h
Mark, that’s great that you lost weight. An amazing job, but you are conflating the elimination of several calorie dense food groups & calorie deficit. All those foods are calorie dense, by removing them you substantially reduced your calorie intake
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