6 Tips On How To Get Back On Track After Overeating

6 Tips On How To Get Back On Track After Overeating

Now that it’s officially the holiday season, we need to have a little talk about eating. The holidays are full of delicious food, dinners with family (some more stressful than others), and high emotions. All of this can lead to overeating. Overeating can lead to guilt, shame, and an attempt to compensate for the food we ate.

Obesity Paper Has Diet Researchers Riled Up | MedPage Today

Obesity Paper Has Diet Researchers Riled Up

Last month, the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition ( AJCN) published a perspective piece that stirred up tensions in the worlds of epidemiology, physiology, and nutrition. Doctors and researchers argued on Twitter; commenters defended and derided related opinion pieces, and lay audiences read headlines such as, “Overeating isn’t the primary cause of obesity” and “Study finds primary cause of current obesity epidemic.”

Gary Taubes and the Case Against Sugar | Science-Based Medicine

Gary Taubes and the Case Against Sugar | Science-Based Medicine

Gary Taubes is a journalist on a crusade. In two earlier books, Good Calories, Bad Calories and Why We Get Fat: And What to Do About It, he marshaled masses of evidence to support his thesis that the calories in/calories out model is wrong, that carbohydrates are the cause of obesity and most of the “diseases of civilization,” and that simply restricting carbohydrates will result in weight loss regardless of the total number of calories ingested.

Why All the Confusion About Healthy Diets? | The Doctor Weighs In

Why All the Confusion About Healthy Diets? | The Doctor Weighs In

3. Industrially-produced trans fats are harmful and should be eliminated. 4. An issue that requires more study is that the metabolism of saturated fat may differ on carbohydrate-restricted diets. 5. Health benefits accrue when highly processed carbohydrates (including refined grains, potato products, and free sugars) are replaced with unprocessed carbohydrates (nonstarchy vegetables, whole fruits, legumes, and whole or minimally processed grains).

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