Critics again have focused on her methods. This time, she included people too thin to fit what some consider to be normal weight, which could have taken in people emaciated by cancer or other diseases, as well as smokers with elevated risks of heart disease and cancer.
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Fructose may spur eating: study
OBESITY EPIDEMIC:High-fructose corn syrup saturates processed foods and beverages, and a new MRI study shows the brain does not recognize fullness after eating it
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