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Fasting is No Better For You Than Regular Calorie Restriction - new Scientific Study
Intermittent Fasting & the Dangling Carrot
Making a Diet (or Way-of-Eating or Lifestyle Change) into a Religion
If Ophra Can't Do it, Can it Be Done?
Helpful Fasting Information
Current Diet Experimentation
Calories, Hormones or Both? - Dr. Jason Fung podcast
Why Are Fat People Hungry?
Biological Adaptations that Promote Weight Regain
Shrinking Fat Cells: What Happens When Body Fat is Burned?
Energy In and Energy Out
Designed to show a False Result? - Research Project of Gary Taubes / NUSI
Interpretating Peptides, Food Intake, and Body Weight
More About Calories
More on Intermittent Fasting
Thoughts About Hunger
Calories - Paleo, Low-Carb
Sometimes Hunger is a Lie
The Fast-5 Diet - A Diet Review
Snack Yourself Slim - A Review
A Fresh Start?
Hunger After Weight-Loss
How Often Should We Eat?
How Many Carbohydrates?
Experimenting with Diets
Hunger vs. Appetite
Meal Frequency - How Often Should I Eat?
Taubes - Chapter 19 - Following Through
Taubes - Chapter 18 - Nature of a Healthy Diet
Taubes - Chapter 16 - History on the Fattening Carbohydrate
Taubes - Chapter 15 - Why Diets Succeed and Fail
Taubes - Chapter 14 - Injustice Collecting
Taubes - Chapter 13 - What We Can Do
Taubes - Chapter 12 - Why I Get Fat and You Don't (or Vice Versa)
Taubes - Chapter 11 - Primer on Regulation of Fat
Taubes - az - Introduction: The Original Sin
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