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Three Obesity Types

Dieting is So Much Harder than it Looks.

Healthism: the modern religion

Shooting the Messenger Does Not Solve the Problem.

Why Is This Happening? - October 2017

The Secret Life of Fat - Book Review

Our Weight is Regulated by Our Biological System

Calorie Restriction = Calorie Restriction.

The Angry Chef - Book Review

Eat Small to BE Small

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

Binge = Response to Starvation

Happily Ever After & Neuroscience

Weight-Loss Alternative Facts

Intermittent Fasting & the Dangling Carrot - Diet Review

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

That Lost Weight? The Body Finds it.

A Justification (Scientific Explanation) for Every Diet.

Diet Books are Full of Lies

The Currency of Weight is Calories

A Truth to Remember

Weight Watchers 1972 & 2016 - Diet Review

How Big Pharma Lies to Us

Overweight means you live longer.

What's the Best Diet? Healthy Eating 101

Why Are Fat People Hungry?

Does Fasting Make You Fat?

Myths vs. Facts

Change your DEFINITION - Eliminate your PROBLEM

Why Do Dieters Regain Their Lost Weight?

Failed Diets and Current Maintenance Status

Natural Eating Perspective

Mathematics of Weight-Loss

Time for a Reality Check

Long-Term Weight-Loss Almost Impossible

Calorie Denialism

No Rescue Needed

Energy In and Energy Out

Food Diary Benefits

Liars

Weight Management Success

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

Biggest Loser, an example of televised exercise fraud

About Salt

Interpretating Peptides, Food Intake, and Body Weight

More About Calories

Building New Habits

Breaking Bad Habits

The Science of Addictive Foods

More on Intermittent Fasting

WheatBelly - Another Review

Research Study regarding Obesity Myths

How Often Should We Eat?

Eat Healthy or Lose Weight?

Grounded in Reality

Sugared-water's Fight Against Obesity

Fear of Fat

Health Experts

Thoughts About Hunger

The Fat Trap - Follow-up

The Fat Trap

History of the USDA Food Pyramid

In Defense of Food - Book Review

Are GMO's Frankenfoods?

Conflicting Views: Reviews of Diets and Books

No S Diet vs. Intuitive Eating - Diet Review

Healthful Eating?

The Simple Diet - Diet Review

The Cookie Diet - Diet Review

Media says: For Happiness, Eat More Fruits & Veggies

The Difference Between Causation and Correlation

Perfect Health Diet - Book Review

Cutting Carbs? or Cutting Calories?

Walk a Mile in MY Shoes

Science Has Failed

Alternate Day Eating - Johnson's Up Day Down Day Diet (JUDDD) - Diet Review

Brain Over Binge - Book Review

Realities of Weight-Loss Maintenance

Eat Less Move More?

Snack Yourself Slim - Book Review

A Fresh Start?

Worlds Best Diet?

The Fat Trap

The Power of Momentum

Simplicity

Sorting Through Nutritional Information

Behavior vs Results

An Individual Call

How Many Carbohydrates?

Science Can't Prove What is True.

Taubes - Chapter 18 - Nature of a Healthy Diet

Taubes - Chapter 06 - Thermodynamics for Dummies, Part 1

Taubes - Chapter 05 - Why Me? Why There? Why Then?

Taubes - Chapter 03 - Elusive Benefits of Exercise

Taubes - Chapter 02 - Elusive Benefits of Undereating

Taubes - az - Introduction: The Original Sin

Taubes - Author's Note


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