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    Default Gut Microbes Contribute To Recurrent 'Yo-Yo' Obesity, Study Shows

    Einat Paz-Frankel
    December 18, 2016

    Following a successful diet, many people are dismayed to find their weight rebounding – an all-too-common phenomenon termed “recurrent” or “yo-yo” obesity. Worse still, the vast majority of recurrently obese individuals not only rebound to their pre-dieting weight, but also gain more weight with each dieting cycle. During each round of dieting-and-weight-regain, their proportion of body fat increases, and so does the risk of developing complications, such as fatty liver and other obesity-related diseases.



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    Default Re: Gut Microbes Contribute To Recurrent 'Yo-Yo' Obesity, Study Shows

    Well duhhh, yeah the whole article doesn't make a distinction between a temporary, remedial diet VS a permanent, proper way of life, (or lifestyle) diet. I now see that the one and only "Nocamel" commenter agrees with me:

    Kate Wingfield · Université Paris-Sorbonne
    "For Christ's sake! The reason people keep gaining back weight is because they're not in it for the long haul." BRAVO!!!


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    Default Re: Gut Microbes Contribute To Recurrent 'Yo-Yo' Obesity, Study Shows

    Agreed grulla. I know people who have dieted to get into a particular outfit for a special occasion (eg wedding dress!). The only way to stay a healthy weight is to change eating habits - best done bit by bit. As you get used to one change, take on another. Of course, this isn't a particularly fast way to lose weight, so doesn't appeal to the impatient.

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