Why “eat less, move more” doesn’t work for weight loss

Numerous studies have concluded that dieting is associated with long term weight gain. This phenomenon has even been given a scientific name: fat overshooting. In other words, you will regain the weight that you lost, and then some. This apparent paradox is attributed to a decrease in resting energy expenditure and “adaptive thermogenesis”, as the body (the thyroid gland) adjusts its metabolic rate to match the reduction in calorie intake. It doesn’t have to be like this. The long-term solution is easier, more effective and evidence-based. It involves these three principles.

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Vegetable cooking oils: the cancer connection

Today, those cancers most associated with high consumption of vegetable cooking oils are those of the breast, prostate and colon. How can something so seemingly innocuous, so deeply insinuated within our food culture, be in any way involved in the development of such serious disease?

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