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Those who followed that advice, focusing on the quality of the calories they consumed over the quantity, lost significant amounts of weight — regardless of whether their diets were low-carb or low-fat. “Steel-cut oats and kale are both low-fat; so are sodas and white bread, but the oats and kale are likely more filling, more satiating. Is the type of food you eat more important that the actual amount of calories you consume? I think the answer is yes. The type of food you choose to eat will have a greater impact on your overall body weight and health than the number of calories you choose to eat or not eat. Quality Calories vs.
Quantity Calories. However in regards to chronic disease prevention, the quality of the foods within a diet is much more important than the quantity of those foods. Research is beginning to consistently support this idea for more recent studies on the subject of weight loss. People feel hungrier on such a diet and end up eating more. It’s another example of why calorie quality is more important than quantity.
There are metabolic effects as well. In one study, eating a diet low in carbs but high in fat (60% fat) led to an increase in energy expenditure of 325 kilocalories per day compared to a low-fat diet (20% fat). However, all calories, are not created equally and the quality of calories is as important, if not more so, than the quantity.
Aside from the obvious health benefits of eating in line with the second option, such as greater vitamin and mineral consumption and a better general quality of food, there are other factors at play that make this mathematical equation a little more complicated. The research lends strong support to the notion that diet quality, not quantity, is what helps people lose and manage their weight most easily in the long run. Which is why hitting your macros is far more important than staying within your caloric budget – quantity versus quality. Not all calories are created equal. You have to fuel your body accordingly, depending on your goals.
For example, building more muscle requires more carbohydrates because you’ll be burning more glycogen. I should also note that weight loss is about so much more than calories. It encompasses exercise, how you sleep, how stressed you are, and health issues that you may not be able to control, like. Keeping the amount of calories you consume balanced with the amount of calories you burn through regular metabolism and physical activity will keep your weight stable.
When you take in more calories than your body burns, your body stores these extra calories as fat and you gain weight. New research sheds light on why the quality of our food may be more important for maintaining a healthy weight For a long time (and sometimes still) many weight loss programs focused heavily on the caloric value of foods. Some professionals suggest that weight loss clients pay close attention to “calories in versus calories out.”.
List of related literature:
|from Krause and Mahan’s Food and the Nutrition Care Process E-Book|
|from School Organisation & Administration|
|from Biochemical, Physiological, and Molecular Aspects of Human Nutrition E-Book|
|from Nutritional Foundations and Clinical Applications E-Book: A Nursing Approach|
|from Quality in Obesity Treatment|
|from The New Public Health|
|from Wilderness Medicine E-Book: Expert Consult Premium Edition Enhanced Online Features|
|from Potter & Perry’s Fundamentals of Nursing Australian Version E-Book|
|from The 5 Choices: The Path to Extraordinary Productivity|
|from Introduction to the Human Body|