Am I not understanding these statements correctly? Because they seem to be contradictory to me:
1.) "There’s a direct relationship between increased food intake and decreased leptin levels."
This statement suggests that increasing the amount of food eaten decreses leptin levels.
2.) "If we’re serious about increasing our leptin levels, the best strategy is to raise your overall calories for a given period rather than simply pigging out for a few meals in a given week."
This statement says that increasing the amount of food eaten increases leptin levels.
So whhich is it? Will eating more food (calories) increase or decrease leptin levels?
Furthermore, what is the main thesis of this argument? That fat loss slows because leptin levels get too low, or because leptin levels get too high