1 hr 20 min

Ep. 83: How Nutrient Partitioning Affects Eating Behavior and Fat Loss The Energy Balance Podcast

    • Alternative Health

In this episode we discuss:

How our bodies partition nutrients and why this matters for optimizing our health



Why hyperpalatable food and stress-eating are not the primary drivers of overeating



How being sedentary can mimic starvation and excess stress



How excessive fat-burning causes metabolic derangement and overeating 



Why an energetic deficit is not required for fat loss and instead causes fat gain 



 

Sign up for the Free Energy Balance Mini-Course here: https://jayfeldmanwellness.com/energy

 

Click here to check out the show notes: https://www.jayfeldmanwellness.com/ep-83-how-nutrient-partitioning-affects-eating-behavior-and-fat-loss/ 



 
Timestamps:

2:48 – overview of the study we’ll be discussing

6:21 – why excess energy and overeating don’t cause fat gain

13:59 – the flow of energy through our metabolic systems determines health

18:25 – insulin resistance is an adaptive process that allows for nutrient partitioning

22:31 – insulin resistance occurs in stress states, such as caloric restriction, fasting, and low-carb diets, to divert fuel to the most essential tissues 

29:24 – hunger and appetite are determined by the amount of energy available, not number of calories taken in

47:46 – physical inactivity results in the same harmful metabolic effects as starvation and excess exercise

56:31 – hyperpalatable sugar- and fat-containing foods do not cause obesity

1:00:26 – other factors that affect nutrient partitioning

1:09:46 – considerations to keep in mind when reading and evaluating research

1:13:35 – why an energetic deficit is not required for fat loss

 

In this episode we discuss:

How our bodies partition nutrients and why this matters for optimizing our health



Why hyperpalatable food and stress-eating are not the primary drivers of overeating



How being sedentary can mimic starvation and excess stress



How excessive fat-burning causes metabolic derangement and overeating 



Why an energetic deficit is not required for fat loss and instead causes fat gain 



 

Sign up for the Free Energy Balance Mini-Course here: https://jayfeldmanwellness.com/energy

 

Click here to check out the show notes: https://www.jayfeldmanwellness.com/ep-83-how-nutrient-partitioning-affects-eating-behavior-and-fat-loss/ 



 
Timestamps:

2:48 – overview of the study we’ll be discussing

6:21 – why excess energy and overeating don’t cause fat gain

13:59 – the flow of energy through our metabolic systems determines health

18:25 – insulin resistance is an adaptive process that allows for nutrient partitioning

22:31 – insulin resistance occurs in stress states, such as caloric restriction, fasting, and low-carb diets, to divert fuel to the most essential tissues 

29:24 – hunger and appetite are determined by the amount of energy available, not number of calories taken in

47:46 – physical inactivity results in the same harmful metabolic effects as starvation and excess exercise

56:31 – hyperpalatable sugar- and fat-containing foods do not cause obesity

1:00:26 – other factors that affect nutrient partitioning

1:09:46 – considerations to keep in mind when reading and evaluating research

1:13:35 – why an energetic deficit is not required for fat loss

 

1 hr 20 min