It was disappointing to see so many contestants on the popular TV show The Biggest Loser shed tons of weight only to gain it back years later. Canadian scientist Dr. Kevin Hall conducted a study into this phenomenon and learned that the aggressive diet-and-exercise program was actually messing up contestants’ metabolisms, making them hungrier and making the weight loss nearly impossible to sustain. Research revealed that for every kilogram (or 2.2 pounds) of weight loss, people tended to eat 100 calories more than what they were eating before they lost the weight. Thus, for every kilogram of weight loss, metabolism ... Read More
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