The Dieter's Paradox: Why People Underestimate the Calories in Healthy Foods

Promoting healthy foods can facilitate overconsumption, leading to weight gain instead of weight loss.

Overweight person eating
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Obesity is increasing at an alarming rate.

According to WHO, since 1975, obesity levels have almost tripled, despite the extensive public…

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