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Obesity Might Involve More Than Calories In, Calories Out

by Arleigh Aldrich More and more studies are surfacing with the argument that it’s not just how much we eat that is fueling obesity, but what we’re eating. For years, scientists and nutritionists have adhered to the “calories in, calories out” model, in which one loses weight by burning more calories than they intake. Now [...]
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