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    • Scientific Fact of Losing Weight Lisa Pharmacology, Bachelor Degree of Science Nutrition Science, Master of Science Candidate2012.10.27 Internship in Luna Medical Primary Care
    • VISIT DOCTORS IF NEEDEDESPECIALLY EMERGENCYDON’T COUNT NUTRITION DIETS
    • OUR GOAL !!Energy intake < Energy use
    • BASAL METABOLISM 10-20%In a resting, awake body alive in a warm,quiet environment, the minimum amountof energy expended in a fasting state.NOT include:Physical activity
    • THERMIC EFFECT OF FOOD (TEF)5-10%The energy body uses to digest, absorb,transport, store and metabolize the foodin our diets. TEF : •Protein-rich meal is higher than sugar-rich meal or fat-rich meal. •Which means it costs more energy to digest meat and eggs than bread or butter.
    • PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 25-40%Choose to be active or inactive , we determinemuch of our total energy use for a day.The increased rate of obesity in North Americais caused in part , by our inactivity
    • APPROXIMATE ENERGY COST OFVARIOUS ACTIVITY
    • Climbing Riding stairs elevatorPlaying watchingfootball football Driving toWalking the store
    • WAIT!!…. WHAT IF I EAT LESS
    • Hormone RegulatedMay lead to hormone imbalancementConstipationMalnutrition
    • QUESTION TIME
    • Thank you for your attendance!