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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
Very informative- Report
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
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.
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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