Is a calorie a calorie? Calorie is a Calorie myth is explained by endocrinologist and prominent nutrition expert Dr. Robert Lustig. Why one calorie burned equals another calorie burned? But why one calorie eaten does not equal another calorie eaten? What is the role of gut bacteria in calorie turnover in human body? Example of almonds.
Is a calorie a calorie? Calorie is a Calorie Myth is just that. Calorie is NOT a Calorie when it is eaten. Calorie burned is a calorie burned. Source of calories matters a lot. So all calories are not the same. Debunking the calorie myth is easy if you looks where calories come from. To digest 1 calorie of protein you need to burn more energy. Is a calorie a calorie – many ask today? Calorie is a Calorie Myth has to be broken once and for all. That is why counting calories does not matter. It is the source of calories that matters most for health. Calories from fructose create liver fat storage and lead to disease. Fructose leads to insulin increase and pancreas exhaustion. Because calorie is not a calories. It matters where calories come from. Video interview with top expert in pediatric endocrinology and nutrition.