Lance Armstrong said "it's not about the bike." He was right. And with diets, it's not about the food. Read More
Curious to know what your source is for this comment:
"Pregnant women who eat all kinds of fatty, processed foods appear to have bigger kids—who often stay big."
While I fully agree processed food is a major culprit for obesity, the research is clearly showing fat is NOT the problem.
Can we stop vilifying fat and start focusing on the real problems with our dietary habits: highly processed and refined carbs, added sugars, and inflammation-promoting vegetable oils.
I've never seen a measured REE under 900 cals/day, and that was not for a large adult.
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Matthew Edlund, M.D. researches rest, sleep, performance, and public health; he is the author of Healthy Without Health Insurance and The Power of Rest.
When and how should we open up to loved ones?