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In a carefully controlled overfeeding study, his team showed that the primary reason some people readily burn off excess calories is that they ramp up a form of calorie-burning called “non-exercise activity thermogenesis” (NEAT). NEAT is basically a fancy term for fidgeting. When certain people overeat, their brains boost calorie expenditure by making them fidget, change posture frequently, and make other small movements throughout the day. It’s an involuntary process, and Levine’s data show that it can incinerate nearly 700 calories per day.
http://slatestarcodex.com/2017/04/25/book-review-the-hungry-brain/

Ишь, как оно бывает. Есть генетическая предрасположенность к сжиганию «лишних» калорий через процесс мелких движений, т.е. съел лишнюю 1000 — и будешь бессознательно шорхаться, двигать ногой-рукой, менять часто позу и пр. (Интересно, быстрое дёргание ногой, похожее на нервный тик, относится ли к оному? Или тут просто «вы, батенька, невротик»?) Однако уровень такого сжигания может сильно разниться от индивида к индивиду, что и понятно.
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