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Physiology. Food as a hormone.

Diet has an enormous impact on many aspects of our health, yet scientific consensus about how what we eat affects our biology remains elusive. This is especially true with respect to the ongoing debate about obesity. While many in the scientific community focus on how high-fat diets can lead to incr... Full description

Journal Title: Science (New York N.Y.), February 22, 2013, Vol.339(6122), pp.918-919
Main Author: Ryan, Karen K
Other Authors: Seeley, Randy J
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
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description: Diet has an enormous impact on many aspects of our health, yet scientific consensus about how what we eat affects our biology remains elusive. This is especially true with respect to the ongoing debate about obesity. While many in the scientific community focus on how high-fat diets can lead to increased body weight , others assert that we should blame processed carbohydrates . Is it possible that this focus on macronutrients (i.e., fats, proteins, and sugars) is misplaced? [PUBLICATION ]
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