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“…This suggests that a high ET facilitates a state of zero EB or reduces the magnitude of a positive EB during short-term OF. Consistently, other studies have shown increased REE values with a higher ET level (55)(56)(57)(58) . Chronically elevated ET led to increased β-adrenergic receptor stimulation that may be mediated by a higher skeletal muscle sympathetic nerve activity (58) .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 88%
“…This suggests that a high ET facilitates a state of zero EB or reduces the magnitude of a positive EB during short-term OF. Consistently, other studies have shown increased REE values with a higher ET level (55)(56)(57)(58) . Chronically elevated ET led to increased β-adrenergic receptor stimulation that may be mediated by a higher skeletal muscle sympathetic nerve activity (58) .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 88%
“…Also, resting fat oxidation was higher in the high compared to the low flux condition, which may have implications for fat balance. Importantly, while in the high flux condition, study participants reported significantly lower levels of hunger and greater fullness in comparison to their days spent in low flux, despite being in energy balance across the two different flux conditions [148]. Given the short period of time spent in the high and low flux states in our study, future research is needed to address this issue in a larger sample over a longer time period.…”
Section: Narrowing the Energy Gap By Increased Energy Flux: Effectmentioning
confidence: 92%
“…To answer that question, we recently conducted a study [148] in which obese individuals underwent 7% weight loss over several months followed by 3 weeks of weight maintenance at their reduced body weight. They were then asked to complete two separate flux states in random order for five days each: high energy flux (net ExEE of 500 kcal/day at 65% VO 2 max with daily energy intake set at RMR (kcal) × 1.7 to maintain energy balance) and 5 days of low flux (no ExEE and limited physical activity with energy intake set at RMR × 1.35 to match the low TDEE).…”
Section: Narrowing the Energy Gap By Increased Energy Flux: Effectmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…(5) How thirsty do you feel right now? Participants answered these questions by marking a vertical line on a 100 mm visual analog scale, as previously described [32].…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Counselling focused on modest caloric restriction with an initial target of RMR multiplied by an activity factor of 1.2 and then, as needed, lowered over time toward an energy intake closer to the measured baseline RMR. This dietary reduction was designed to reduce each participant's weight by approximately 0.5 kg per week [32]. Modest rather than severe energy restriction was targeted so as to not overwhelm or mask the potential contribution of SGLT2 inhibition to the weight loss.…”
Section: Dietary Counsellingmentioning
confidence: 99%