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Dr. Krishna Doniparthi discusses a trend that has been emerging in research of late and is known as “non-exercise activity thermogenesis (NEAT).”

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About this show: 

Obesity medicine specialist Dr. Krishna Doniparthi challenged my long-held beliefs and biases about exercise.

In this deep dive, he discusses a trend that has been emerging in research of late and is known as “non-exercise activity thermogenesis (NEAT).

Researchers are discovering that we need more regular and consistent activity to signal to our muscles to burn fat for fuel. (So, just hitting the gym or adding a cardio session is simply not enough to keep weight off as we age.)

Dr. Krishna emphasize “overall movement” over exercise, but it’s great to have my biases challenged--which is fun to do! 

We also explore more about:

- Cortisol-to-DHEA balance in the quest for burning fat, building muscle
- How eating raw foods can raise your resting metabolic rate
- Ketosis and intermittent fasting are part of our heritage
- Omega-3 fatty acids and cell membrane health

Link to full show notes & video: http://bit.ly/2QGEGz1

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