Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Duh Science

Starved Brain Cells May Cause Diets to Fail

When a dieter starves themselves of calories, they starve their brain cells as well. New research finds that these hungry brain cells then release "feed me" signals, which drive hunger, slow metabolism and may cause diets to fail.
That's self-evident. That's how the feedback mechanism works.
Not to mention- ANY twenty-five year old woman could have told you this.

For the record- the way to lose weight without restricting calories is to just restrict your carbohydrate intake. Eat as much protein and fat as you want.