Subtraction Equals Addition

Americans are often encouraged to eat more of this or less of that. If a nutrient being subtracted from the diet contains calories, then simply reducing it will leave a calorie deficit. While this may be desirable for most Americans, research suggests that advice to reduce calorie intake is rarely followed for long. This is because a reduction in calorie intake tends to increase hunger. People...

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