Science Has Failed

- POSTED ON: Sep 13, 2012

                             

Although almost every weight-loss expert seems to have something to sell,
...... despite the marketing hype ,...... there are kernals of truth in many of the basic things they say.

 

"Science has failed us in the weight loss department.
It literally gets an “F.”

The culture has failed us as well. Far too many people have intense moral judgments towards anyone with excess pounds, which contributes to the hidden epidemic of social disconnection, apathy, and plain old sadness.

Let’s face it: when it comes to the subject of weight gain and weight loss, we’re clueless.  And from that place of cluelessness we tend to flail around, we try our hand at the most inane weight loss strategies, we diet for decades, we consume diet foods ...that are, if you care to closely study the scientific literature ... toxic."

                    Marc David - Psychology of Eating


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