Are Some Foods Fattening?

Harvard researchers analyzed prospective data from three cohort studies that followed more than 120,000 initially normal-weight men and women for many years looking for what specific foods and other lifestyle factors might be related to weight gain. In what could be interpreted as a serious challenge to the long held mantra of mainstream weight loss counseling that says, “all foods can fit” ...

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