The metabolic advantage hypothesis
You know what I find strange beyond belief is the "new" metabolic advantage hypothesis being played out on these boards.
Go back a couple of years and we have posters that rail away about metabolic ward studies proving that its all about calories, regardless where those calories come from. This was in opposition to the "metabolic advantage" purported by low carb and ketogenic diet advocates. Some studies did seem to indicate an advantage to low carb dieting, but where not as tightly controlled.
Fast forward a couple of years and look at this board to see people claiming a high carb provides some "metabolic advantage" for weight loss. Did those metabolic ward studies all the sudden disappear? Did some sort of new study I have yet to see prove that high carb reduces weight gain? Are we back to the magic macro hypothesis?
Just wondering. I like to keep up with the pop culture on MDA and all