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Is It Possible to Fight Back Against Our Body's Set Point?

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Very helpful information for me. Thanks. Report
ONLYME33
Very informative- Report
EO4WELLNESS
So for, for me and my body, only Intermittent Fasting (IF) seems to work as a "reset" Report
Thank you! Report
Building lean muscle mass is usch a help as the muscle is what burns calories in the body.

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A lot to think about. Report
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Interesting theory! I still think that calories consumed are my biggest problem. Report
Intersting information. Report
Great article, thank you. Report
ROSSYFLOSSY
Interesting article. Report
Functional fitness may not be enough Report
This is a great article. I feel I hit my "set weight " for a number of factors.
1) my health is awesome as I went from 14 medications to zero.
2) my measurements reflect better than the scale as I am the size that I was in Highschool at close to age 60.
3) I am muscular but toned.
4) I am healthy and happy.
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I do not agree with set point theory. At the end of the day 90% of us are overweight because we are consuming too many carbohydrates and not burning them. We live (primarily) in a sedentary culture. Even if your working out 1 hr 6days the vast majority of your time is sitting. I suit to you if all of us were agrarians and worked on a farm burning, moving 10 hrs a day there would be no "set point". Reduce carbohydrates it works! Report

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