We all know the basics of losing weight: don’t consume more calories than your person needs. And more many of us still overeat regardless, sometimes continually, sometimes to the point where it leads to obesity, diabetes, and a significantly lower quality of life. Why does our demeanor expose our intentions to be lean and healthy?
My guest today argues that the answer lies in the ancient impulses of our mentalities that no longer fit the environment of the modern world. His name is Stephan Guyenet, and he’s a neuroscientist, obesity investigate, and the author of The Hungry Brain: Outsmarting the Inclination That Make Us Overeat. We begin our conversation with what’s changed in our country to turn obesity into an epidemic, and why Americans started gaining more weight in the 1970 s. We then dive into exactly how the reward system in our psyches leads us to eat more than we need to, how modern created nutrients like Doritos hijack this reward system, and the factors that ramp up our thirsts, including the buffet effect. We then explain how to push back on the desire to overeat, including reevaluating the assumption that all the food you spend is therefore necessary to savory. From there we turn to the role that the hormone leptin plays in appetite regulation, how it can make it hard to keep the value “were losing” from coming back, and the best skills to manage this countervailing magnetism. We objective our discussion with the role stress and sleep play in weight gain.
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Reveal Highlights Why have obesity rates increase for the last few decades? The insidious quality of between-meal eating Why does our brain want us to eat more than we need? The unique human need for salt What does dopamine actually do? Why chocolate is the perfect food for our palette What persona does mixture play in overeating? The exertion impediment and the moronic availability of calorie-dense, delicious meat How to make overeating harder and healthy eating easier Do your menu have to be yummy every time? What is leptin? What character does it play in our desire to eat? How to change your meat environment The character of sleep late our eating dress How does stress change our eating? Resources/People/Articles Mentioned in Podcast How to Eat What You Want and Still Lose Weight How to Lose weight, and Keep It Off Forever Everything You Need to Know About Diet and Fat Loss A Primer on Flexible Dieting Why Carbs Don’t Make You Fat The Advantages of a High-Carb/ Low-Fat Diet How to Hack the Habit Loop Your Life Explained Through Dopamine Taking Control of Your Dopamine Diet and Nutrition Advice From the Doctor of Gains Your Grandpa’s Diet Plan 22 Ways to Get a Better Night’s Sleep What Every Man Should Know About Sleep How to Manage Stress How to Stress Proof Your Body and Brain Connect With Stephan
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