What was the Minnesota study designed for?
How many kcal did the participants consume?
What were the most common complaints of men participating in the study?
Which example did the author mention, when talking about not eating for a long period?
What are the major differences between not eating and calorie restrictions?
Ghrelin... what is it?
What is ketosis?
How can we enter ketosis?
What do we need the insulin for?
What happens to our metabolism when we eat fewer calories?
HGH, what is it ?
what were the two of Tim Ferris's experiences with fasting?
What is leucine responsible for?
How did the author summarise his movie?
Let's talk about Your experience with dieting :)
Eating vs Fasting
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Create Sentences with the words You haven't encountered before.
Write down the answers