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wtf did c/s rev up my metabolism?!

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#1 Dietpilled



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Posted 15 November 2019 - 07:05 AM

I calculated I should be at a 750 deficit but I'm at a 1400?! according to the trendline this is real weight. that puts my TDEE at 2400. twenty four fucking hundred. it was barely this high when I was walking my 31,000 steps a day, geeze.i feel like there should be more research into this . but I'm also extremely exhausted all the time extremely

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Posted 16 November 2019 - 01:47 AM

I suspect c/s actually makes your body burn a lot of calories/use up resources as while you are chewing, your digestive tract is getting ready for food and trying metabolise the little food you do eat. So you are starving ypur body while doing c/s. Then when you go to eat a normal full size meal and actually digest it, itll boost ur metabolism a fuck ton. Same effect if you were low restricting then having a day when you eat maintainance

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Posted 07 December 2019 - 01:25 AM

Yea idk I've been losing like crazy fast since I started c/s so there must be something going on. Maybe our bodies are using more digestive enzymes when we finally eat so our food is being processed better? Idk. Half the time when I c/s it's on a full stomach so maybe all those digestive enzymes are helping digest the food already in me.

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