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How Fat Loss Works – Episode 3: Weight Loss vs. Fat Loss


How Fat Loss Works – Episode 3: Weight Loss vs. Fat Loss

38 Responses so far.

  1. Hellthrasher says:

    Fantastic 3 part series! Truly enjoyed it and learned a bit more , on top of what I remembered from your previous vids of the past. Thanks Layne – you fkkn rule!

  2. Isaac Wendt says:

    When talking about fiber does it matter if it is soluble or insoluble?

  3. Black Stena says:

    thx Sheldon

  4. Coach Biggs Remedy says:

    I love this thank you for sharing

  5. Ever Ready says:

    Right! I've got all the science I need for fat loss. Now can you do a video on will power! 😃👍

  6. ygtcbee23 says:

    Fell asleep 2 mins in. Does somebody want to post Cliff notes on what you're suppose to do

  7. Johann Swe says:

    Great and informative video!
    I eas also both surprised and glad that you used Kg and grams.

  8. Jessica Meyer says:

    So question. Can you "more sparingly and with less risk of fat gain", raise resting metabolic rate (w increases of slightly higher kcal than the avg "reverse" ) by increasing protein higher since TEF is higher or am I crazy and is it still essentially dollar for dollar. I feel this might be a dumb question haha thank you

  9. Gustaf Strömberg says:

    Just to clarify! When you say "When we lift weights" you are referring to any type of resistance training (like calisthenics), right?

  10. Troy Brown says:

    Thanks Layne. This was very informative and so helpful full. Appreciate all you do!

  11. Göktuğ Tolu says:

    İ eat 10% fat diet sorry but i cant go more than 2 days so my hormones are so good 😀😀😀

  12. Corinne Rayson says:

    Thanks for the detailed explanation – can I clarify when you are referring to LBM, you are referring to the amount as detected by dexa or skin folds? I ask because dexa shows my LBM as 55kg however my weight is 70kg… so when working out my optimal protein I multiply 55 x 1.8-3g right? So thats within 99g-165g of protein for me correct?

  13. sofizb says:

    So 40p, 30c, 30f will be fine, and the deficit caloric???

  14. KriTika Chhabra says:

    Hey.. what if there's a women in 50s with some small intestine surgery who feels extremely heavy after eating protein.. how would you approach that?

  15. Zachary Westlund says:

    Hey I would like to get in touch with you, but I'm not sure how. I am an athlete and have some questions. I hope we can get in touch. Thank you

  16. Jorge Horna says:

    Whats your take on apps like lose it, where it tells you how many calories to eat base on your level of activity? My wife had pretty good results and I just started to use it.

  17. Marc Marcelline says:

    Wow…. You smart and a great teacher too. Brilliant.

  18. Norcal says:

    Anyone know what camera he's using? Seems to autofocus really well.

  19. Silver Wolverine says:

    So I started my lower cal diet at 253 LBS. I have lost about 13 pounds 4 weeks and my (42 inch) pants are loose. I am at 240 LBS.. I am currently at 1799 Cal 187g carb, 130g protein, and 59 g fat… Even though I believe I am loosing fat good. would you say my protein is too low? Thank you!!!

  20. Shread ington says:

    Like the shirt! You need a Layne the Science Guy shirt though. Great series Sir.

  21. Leet PT says:

    Awesome series man seriously. Thank you finally got the time to run through them. I have a biomed degree and am loving this haha

  22. The GUINEA says:

    So, What you're saying is If,my protein intake is as high as you mentioned,then even on a deficit i will gain muscle too along with greater fat loss compared to moderate or low protein diets…Right???

  23. Y Fish says:

    Excellent video. But isn't a higher carb diet better for muscle retention when dieting because it better maintains lifting performance in the gym compared with a low carb diet?

  24. Patrick Schmider says:

    Layne I have a quick question / remark , how come Fat has such a low calories burn affect vs Fibre/protein when it has to be repackaged on every movement via the different section of the body ?

  25. Kelly Kahle says:

    Does vegetarian protein create the same tef as meat or fish?

  26. Jason Peters says:

    These would be great as podcast

  27. Shibi Ssr Fan says:

    Are u on Instagram ?

  28. Studenciak studencki says:

    Absolutely love your channel!
    You're the best
    keep it coming!

  29. mission tuam says:

    Boy am I fortunate to find (and totally enjoy) videos like this! Thank you Dr Layne! Love the way you present this generously and passionately- No bs just facts.

  30. Paul Campbell says:

    Zealots have a befuddled look on their face like… huh???? Great series.

  31. Tammy Condra says:

    so, so good!

  32. Dian Nortier says:

    Just one of the many who would like to say thank you! Thank you for not only explaining this in a way most people would benefit from but also thank you for continuing to do these. I'm sure financially you don't have to even think about youtube but I actually just (unfortunately) clicked on a video "500 calories a day".. That guy is literally a Greg Plitt sounding keto zellot. Hopefully some of the people who watch that video see this and realize there is NO ONE WAY for everybody:)

  33. Fit and Healthy Rocks says:

    Great info! Thank you!

  34. sarthak gg says:

    Is 1g per kg of bodyweight of protein enough while losing fat? My bf% is 23% btw

  35. BONEMAUL99 says:

    Very good non biased to either side of trends or diets, truth good stuff 👍

  36. MrKidCid says:

    Hi Layne and thanks for these very interesting videos.
    General question about protein:
    You mentioned during calories surplus we can go up to 3gr of protein per kg as upper limit.
    For myself it's a limit I easily reach if I take into account protein from all sources like oats, rice, quinoa, etc…
    I know carbs are protein spared but what is the minimum protein amount from animal sources we should keep to maximize protein synthesis ? Thanks

  37. Leandro Montechiesi says:

    Hi Layne excellent work, what proportion of Macros in caloric deficit recommended for the loss of adipose tissue? How to know what sensitivity to insulin each has? example: Two male people have the same body weight, the same amount of muscle tissue, the same height and the same training. The two consume 2000 KCAL per day caloric deficit, the distribution of Macros is equal for both: 50% carbohydrates, 30% proteins and 20% fat. One manages to lower his percentage of fat and the other is stuck on a plateau. What would be the solution? excuse my English, thanks very much

  38. Ali Abdelkhaleq says:

    Loving this series, i don't see much videos really digging into the mechanisms of fat loss, excited for more videos !