nicholson Posted November 18, 2015 Report Share Posted November 18, 2015 After years I still have not succeeded in getting my BMI below 21. I have been aiming at 20.0. I do get a fair amount of exercise, intentionally only once a week. But the following podcast, apparently from a highly authoritative source, suggests a possible new way to solve the problem. Of course, I understand that this is neither CR, nor ON. And that the evidence shows that exercise has minimal benefit for health, or for losing weight, compared with that from restricting caloric intake. Nevertheless, it would be nice to get down to 20.0 and even if one does not decide to adopt the advice offered here, the information appears of appreciable significance anyway. I just may experiment with it. SNR #95: Dr. James Levine – Physiological & Psychological Effects of Chronic Sitting & Low NEAT | Sigma Nutrition SNR #95: Dr. James Levine – Physiological & Psychologica... Episode 95:Dr. James Levine from the Mayo Clinic is on the show to discuss the effect of chronic sitting on the risk of blood sugar dysregulation, fat gain, obe View on sigmanutrition.com Preview by Yahoo Rodney. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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