The true science of weight loss
We asked doctors, dietitians, therapists and other weight loss experts the key facts their clients most often miss. Make sure to master these oft misunderstood facts if you’re looking to shed a few kilograms.
Even nutritious foods can make you gain weight
“Many people think if it’s healthy, you can eat as much as you want, but it’s important to limit ‘recreational’ eating, no matter how healthy the snack.” – Fiola Sowemimo, MD, Board-Certified in Internal and Bariatric Medicine.
When you eat is just as important as what you eat
“When you eat is important for weight loss. Starving all day and eating a big meal at the end of the day is counterproductive. No matter how nutritious a meal is, if eaten too late in the day, one does not have the time to burn it off and use it for fuel for the day. It ends up being stored in a body gas tank (the fat cells) you can’t readily access.” – Dr. Sowemimo.