Rapid Research Rundown: Modeling Adaptive Thermogenesis, Weight Loss & Appetite, and Circumference-Based Body Fat Testing

How does adaptive thermogenesis compare between resting metabolic rate and non-exercise activity thermogenesis (NEAT)?  What is the best way to model these, and how is the information relevant to you or your clients?  How much does weight loss affect appetite, and why is this important when it comes to long-term weight loss?  And can circumference-based body fat testing be accurate and useful compared to DEXA?  Find out in this edition of the Rapid Research Rundown.  This 46-minute presentation covers three studies on these topics, with about 15-16 minutes devoted to each study.  And if you don't have the patience to watch the presentation, you can download a PDF of the slides and also read the key takeaways and practical application sections.

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