Tackle Obesity with Lifestyle Changes, Not “Diets”

Eating healthfully is not a quick fix; for best results, develop new eating habits.

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A recent Stanford University study took aim at the obesity epidemic with a year-long trial comparing low-fat versus low-carbohydrate diets among more than 600 otherwise healthy overweight and obese adults.

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