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Dieting is So Much Harder than it Looks.

Unrealistic Expectations - False Hope Syndrome

Healthism: the modern religion

Shooting the Messenger Does Not Solve the Problem.

Why Is This Happening? - October 2017

Fat Cells are Forever

Calorie Restriction = Calorie Restriction.

Calorie Balance

Fasting is No Better For You Than Regular Calorie Restriction - new Scientific Study

Happily Ever After & Neuroscience

Weight-Loss Alternative Facts

Concerned About Your Fat-Loved-One's Health?

Psysiology = Biology Messing with Physics

Making a Diet (or Way-of-Eating or Lifestyle Change) into a Religion

That Lost Weight? The Body Finds it.

Diet Books are Full of Lies

Maybe Fat People are NOT Doing it Wrong

The Currency of Weight is Calories

A Truth to Remember

Bingo !!!

Body Weight Calculator - Timeline Projections

Do Low-Calorie Sweetners Equal Weight-Gain?

Overweight means you live longer.

Fasting and Hunger

Anyone Who Eats Food Will Die.

Does Fasting Make You Fat?

About Giving Advice to Fat People

Simple Eating Boundaries

Self-help and Mental Techniques

Cravings +

The Real Deal on Maintenance After a Large Weight-Loss

Biological Adaptations that Promote Weight Regain

Failed Diets and Current Maintenance Status

About Self-Control and the Marshmallow test

Is it REALLY up to me?

Alice in Hungerland

Don't Mention It

Time for a Reality Check

Freedom of Choice

Long-Term Weight-Loss Almost Impossible

Calorie Denialism

More About the Starvation Mode Myth

Weight Loss Expectations

Food Diary Benefits

Liars

Honesty

You Can't Outrun Your Fork

Designed to show a False Result? - Research Project of Gary Taubes / NUSI

Is it the Diet, or the Person, Who Fails?

About Salt

All Goals Are Not Reachable For All People

150 Pounds

WHY Count Calories?

If it Involves Eating, It's a Diet

Breaking Bad Habits

Does the Body Tell Us WHAT food to eat? - Intutive Eating 1 - Diet Review

Ditching Diets - Book Review

Calorie Dectective - Lying Food Labels

What's REALLY the Problem?

Does Eating Fruit and Veggies Lower Weight?

Unrealistic Expectations

Research Study regarding Obesity Myths

Our Inner Dialogue

21 Days to Form a Habit?

Obesity Myth: "Slow Weight Loss is Easier to Keep Off"

How Often Should We Eat?

Fear of Fat

Health Experts

Calories - Paleo, Low-Carb

One-Size-Fits-All ... Not!

The Fat Trap

Set Point

History of the USDA Food Pyramid

Seduced by Food

In Defense of Food - Book Review

Sometimes Hunger is a Lie

Healthful Eating?

Media says: For Happiness, Eat More Fruits & Veggies

The Difference Between Causation and Correlation

Outrunning the Old Overweight You

Science Has Failed

Is There A Right Way?

Eat Less Move More?

A Fresh Start?

Worlds Best Diet?

Is a Calorie just a Calorie?

Study of Literature on Weight-Loss Maintenance

Thinking about Habits

Sweets for Breakfast?

What I'm Reading Today

The Fat Trap

Willpower

Repairs

Hunger After Weight-Loss

Sorting Through Nutritional Information

Three Myths

Barefoot Running

Blame It On The Puritans

How Many Carbohydrates?

Starvation Mode

The Essence of Diets - Part Two

Taubes - Chapter 19 - Following Through

Taubes - Chapter 09 - Laws of Adiposity

Taubes - Chapter 03 - Elusive Benefits of Exercise

Taubes - Chapter 02 - Elusive Benefits of Undereating


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