One thing is for certain – blanket statements can rarely be applied to weight loss. Telling everyone who wants to lose weight that they need to eat less and move more could be causing more harm than good.
Yet that’s the oversimplified advice given to most people who want to lose weight. People automatically assume that if you aren’t losing weight that you must be eating too much.
But what if you’re already eating very little food, are hungry, and have no energy to work out? Should you still eat less and move more?
Men & Women Tend to Need Opposite Advice
For most things health and fitness I think men and women should use similar advice – strength train, eat in a moderate deficit, don’t over-restrict your food choices, etc. But this is one piece of advice I think men and women should heed differently.
I’ve found that men can usually stand to benefit from the advice – “eat less, move more”.… Continue Reading