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How To Avoid Holiday Weight Gain (And Still Have Fun) celebrating chronic weight gain food processing obesogenic

Most people only gain a few pounds over the Holiday season, but here's the kicker–those pounds are a primary contributor to lifetime weight gain

"The only problem is that the holidays probably account for much of a person’s annual weight gain over the course of a lifetime." NY...

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Why do I need to eat so much? chronic weight gain food processing hunger obesogenic sugar

The problem is in plain sight.

How much of your food is processed, and do you understand what that's doing to you?
“I want to eat naturally and be able to stop when I’m not hungry anymore.”

Seems reasonable. The daily struggle to keep yourself from eating too much is a...

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Why is it so impossible for me to lose weight? chronic weight gain environment food processing time management

It's not but you're approaching it with bad ideas.

Myopically focusing on calories, carbs, and steps makes it impossible to get somewhere better.

Weight loss isn’t simple so why do we keep treating it that way?
The short answer is that we’ve allowed diet companies to define...

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Why is weight loss so hard? chronic weight gain environment food processing obesogenic

Your understanding of weight gain is incorrect and it’s trapping you in an endless struggle.

The way we understand weight is informed by diet culture.
I spend a considerable amount of time trying to communicate how wrong our societal ideas about weight gain are. The problem is that I’m...

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