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SNR #77: James Krieger – The Data Behind NEAT, Gluten & Reporting of Dietary Intake

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Episode 77: James Krieger discusses issues around weight regulation, non-exercise activity thermogenesis, self-reporting of food intake, calorie counting, gluten and the glycaemic index.


Guest Bio

James Krieger 

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James is the founder of Weightology, LLC. He has a Master’s degree in Nutrition from the University of Florida and a second Master’s degree in Exercise Science from Washington State University. He is the former research director for a corporate weight management program that treated over 400 people per year, with an average weight loss of 40 pounds in 3 months.

He has published weight loss and nutrition-related research in prestigious scientific journals, including the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and the Journal of Applied Physiology.

 In this episode we discuss:

  • Non-exercise activity thermogenesis
  • Self-reporting of food intake
  • Calorie tracking as an awareness tool
  • Weight management, weight loss and weight re-gain
  • Fundamental factors vs. little details of nutrition
  • How big of a deal is gluten?
  • Is the glycaemic index a good tool to work out the “healthfulness” of a diet?

Links & Resources:


James on Twitter

Real Nutrition Radio

The effect of protein timing on muscle strength and hypertrophy: a meta-analysis

Effect of repetition duration during resistance training on muscle hypertrophy: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Brehm et al. – The role of energy expenditure in the differential weight loss in obese women on low-fat and low-carbohydrate diets

The Big Calorie Counting Strawman – James Krieger

Food Quality, IIFYM and Strawmen: Do Food Choices Even Matter?

SNR #69: Dr. Brian Wansink – Mindless Eating, Food Behaviour & How To Design Your Food Environment

Jim Levine, PhD. – Mayo Clinic

The National Weight Control Registry

EPIC Fitness Summit

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