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The Metabolic Set Point for Body Weight

Posted on: 28th Jul, 2014

gastric surgery, but researchers are working on theories involving nutrient-specific dietary change, medications, and exercise that may help us alter the set point weight for good and put a stop to our body’s faulty “weight thermostat”.]]>

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