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The New Science on How We Burn Calories

Kim Tingley New York Times
How the new science of metabolism could change our understanding about, for starters, chronic disease, aging and obesity

Always Hungry? Here’s Why

David S. Ludwig and Mark I. Friedman New York Times
But what if we’ve confused cause and effect? What if it’s not overeating that causes us to get fat, but the process of getting fatter that causes us to overeat? Science may slowly be coming to an understanding of the complex feedback loops which control our metabolism.
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