Study finds yet another reason we gain weight back after a diet
from Fox News
A "landmark" new study out of the National Institutes of Health helps explain why weight gain after weight loss is so common — and so difficult to avoid. Reporting in the journal Obesity, researchers say that weight loss puts the body in a sort of fight mode and results in a "strong increase in appetite," prompting people to eat an extra 100 calories for every two pounds lost.
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