Lecture 24 Dieting - Lecture 24 Losing Weight Levitsky'...

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Lecture 24 Losing Weight
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Eating Too Much? Expending Too Little? Weight = Intake - Expenditure Levitsky’ Law:
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From Westerterp and Speakman ,2008
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Evidence that differences in energy expenditure cannot account for the epidemic of obesity 1. Energy Expenditure of humans is not lower than energy expenditure of terrestrial mammals
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From Westerterp and Speakman ,2008 Body Mass Each point is a different land mammal Humans
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Evidence that differences in energy expenditure cannot account for the epidemic of obesity 1. Energy Expenditure of humans is not lower than energy expenditure of terrestrial mammals 2. Energy Expenditure of more primitive living people is not higher than contemporary people
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Energy expenditures (PAL) of African tribes peoples subsistence farming/hunter gathering From Speakman Lecture at Penn, 2005 Total Energy Expenditure PAL = Resting Metabolic Rate
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Energy expenditures (PAL) of African tribes peoples subsistence farming/hunter gathering Population Males Females From Speakman Lecture at Penn, 2005
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Evidence that differences in energy expenditure cannot account for the epidemic of obesity 1. Energy Expenditure of humans is not lower than energy expenditure of terrestrial mammals 2. Energy Expenditure of more primitive living people is not higher than contemporary people 3. Energy Expenditure measured by double labeled water of humans has not changed for the past 30 years
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2011 for the course NS 1150 taught by Professor Levitsky during the Fall '05 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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