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Eating too far under tdee??


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Excerpt: My wife is trying to lose weight, she has successfully lost 15 pounds so far over about 3 months. Her losses became stagnant and This last month shes been eating 700-900 calories/day and working out/cycling 3 times a week. Still no progress. I told her her metabolism has probably slowed down and she’s retaining water and she should eat more. She started eating more these last 2 weeks and lost a pound. Does this sound like we’re on the right track and is this even the reason she stopped seeing

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    Eating too far under tdee??

    My wife is trying to lose weight, she has successfully lost 15 pounds so far over about 3 months. Her losses became stagnant and This last month shes been eating 700-900 calories/day and working out/cycling 3 times a week. Still no progress. I told her her metabolism has probably slowed down and she’s retaining water and she should eat more. She started eating more these last 2 weeks and lost a pound. Does this sound like we’re on the right track and is this even the reason she stopped seeing progress? Any feedback would be great thanks


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    Re: Eating too far under tdee??

    sigh. it is a constant war for me to preach to people to not follow these stupid calorie deficits. why? CAUSE THEY DON'T WORK PERIOD. guys keep arguing this with me on these forums but the science is on my side on this subject. these stupid diets are for people who are competing who need short term results ahead of a show or something, they are not suitable for 99.9% of the rest of us who just want to look good year round or lose fat etc. it is buffoonery for a lean person to preach to a fat person that they should 'eat in a deficit' for that reason.

    when you eat in a calorie deficit like this you will crash your metabolism. so that is why your wife cannot lose anymore weight. think about how absurd it is to think that you just lose weight forever eating in a deficit, if that was true your wife would eventually weight nothing right?

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    Re: Eating too far under tdee??

    Quote Quote posted by MSiapin74 View Post
    My wife is trying to lose weight, she has successfully lost 15 pounds so far over about 3 months. Her losses became stagnant and This last month shes been eating 700-900 calories/day and working out/cycling 3 times a week. Still no progress. I told her her metabolism has probably slowed down and she’s retaining water and she should eat more. She started eating more these last 2 weeks and lost a pound. Does this sound like we’re on the right track and is this even the reason she stopped seeing progress? Any feedback would be great thanks


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    She cut too much too quick. Her body went into starvation mode and is holding onto everything. To keep from crashing her metabolism she needs to keep her defecit at no more than 500 calories per day. And then implement a refeed at maintenance calories every 10 to 14 days
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    Re: Eating too far under tdee??

    You will always stall out when running a hard prolonged caloric deficit, since your body's metabolic rate will plummet as a survival mechanism. A much more conservative approach will help way more even if it doesn't give instant big results.

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    Re: Eating too far under tdee??

    I dislike any post where she's not on here asking for herself.

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    Double up on the cardio
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