Manage episode 329530992 series 2805106
Weight loss is as simple as “calories in, calories out,” right? Or — gasp — could the reply guys be wrong!? This week, we dig in on the surprisingly complex science behind a seemingly simple calculation.
- History of the Calorie in Nutrition
- Caloric Equivalents of Gained or Lost Weight
- The Foreign Policy of the Calorie
- Why the most popular rule of weight loss is completely wrong
- Time to Correctly Predict the Amount of Weight Loss With Dieting
- Mysteries of Weight Loss
- The energy balance model of obesity: beyond calories in, calories out
- “Calories in, calories out” and macronutrient intake
- Olympians owe gold standard to a 19th-century chemist
- Calories on food packets are wrong—it’s time to change that
- Why Does the FDA Recommend 2,000 Calories Per Day?
- Who Actually Needs a 2,000 Calorie a Day Diet?
- The Nutrition Facts Label: Its History and Updates
Thanks to Doctor Dreamchip for our lovely theme song!Support the show