Dieting Makes You Fat

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Dieting & Intuitive Eating: Q&A with Expert Golda Poretsky

As the pictures show, these women have clearly not been made fat by following such regimes. This, though, is only part of the complex dieting jigsaw, as Geoffrey Cannon explains in his book Dieting Makes You Fat. Yes, if you consume less energy than your body burns off in a day, your weight will drop. But Cannon, a public health adviser and nutrition expert, looks longer-term and says that nearly all dieters are forced to turn to drugs, surgery, further dieting or exercise to maintain that initial weight loss. If the title of the book rings a bell, it is possible you read Cannon’s earlier book of the same name, which he wrote 25 years ago. Conclusive new scientific evidence to support the claims in the first book, a global public health crisis caused by obesity and its attendant illnesses, and a booming diet industry prompted Cannon to completely rewrite this text.
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A Few Things An interesting survey: Last week I was interviewed for an MSNBC article about a body image survey (unfortunately, my quotes got cut). Basically their results revealed that 60 percent of the people surveyed are happy with their bodies. I was curious to get your thoughts on the findings. Let me know what you think about the findings and the article below! A documentary: I recently received an email from a TV producer that I wanted to share with you.
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Should You Be Dieting? The Pros and Cons

The Good Dieting doesn’t have to mean depriving. However, overhauling your normal eating habits can be good for you, especially if you’re used to eating things that may not be so healthy. In fact, vowing to go on a diet causes you to make healthier lifestyle choices, which can be a good step in maintaining a healthy diet in the future. Then there’s the benefits of carrying on a low-calorie diet that can prolong life.
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