Debunking the ‘Obesity Code’ Diet

The Obesity Code Summary:

According to the obesity code summary, there are many reasons why people become obese. These include genetics, environment (food), lifestyle choices (exercise) and social factors (social support). According to the obesity code summary, most people do not want to lose weight. They believe they need to maintain their current size because it helps them feel better physically or psychologically. There are several myths associated with the obesity code summary.

Myth 1: If you eat less food, your body will burn off excess calories and you won’t gain weight.

Fact: Eating fewer calories than what you expend does not result in losing weight. Excess energy stored as fat cells cannot be burned off; instead, it stays around indefinitely and contributes to disease risk.

Myth 2: People who exercise regularly lose weight easily due to their increased metabolism and decreased appetite.

Fact: Exercise may increase metabolic rate but it does not cause weight loss. Exercising doesn’t make you lose weight either. You might lose some water weight but that is only temporary and even if you lost all your remaining fat, you would still have extra muscle mass so your body composition wouldn’t change much. Your muscles will continue to grow which means they will store more calories than before and you will remain overweight even after exercising less.

Myth 3: You can lose weight on a specific diet. All you need to do is just maintain it and you will keep the weight off.

Fact: There is no such thing as a perfect diet. No one particular food is better than the other. Instead of following any type of fad diet, it is better to increase the amount of nutrient-dense foods and whole grains in your diet. In addition, limit the amount of added sugar and salt in your food.

Myth 4: You can lose weight by doing more cardio exercises than strength training routine.

Fact: You can gain muscle mass and lose fat simultaneously in the same amount of time as you spent doing cardio exercises. You should focus on both strength training routine and cardiovascular exercises.

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Why You Should Buy This Book:

You don’t need to spend hundreds of dollars on stupid pills that are claimed to melt fat, neither do you need to undergo a painful surgery just to get rid of those extra pounds. In fact, you don’t even need to count the number of calories you consume on a daily basis. You can easily lose weight, achieve a slimmer and healthier body just by following the guidelines in this book. The Obesity Code provides you everything you need to know about losing weight and keeping it off for good.

You will learn:

How to achieve a slim and healthy body without going on a diet.

How your hormones affect the way you lose weight.

How to create an environment in your body that makes it easier to lose weight.

How your muscles can burn more calories even at rest.

And much more!

The time to change your life is now. Embrace this new weight loss strategy and say goodbye to those extra pounds. Buy this book now and get started!

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Debunking Food and Diet Myths by HIWT Sugar – 2018 –


The Upward Spiral by L Newman –

The carnivore code: Unlocking the secrets to optimal health by returning to our ancestral diet by P Saladino – 2020 –

Nonnutritive Sweeteners: A Bad Rap Debunked by Science by C Shwide-Slavin – AADE in Practice, 2017 –

Evaluation of the diet wide contribution to serum urate levels: meta-analysis of population based cohorts by TJ Major, RK Topless, N Dalbeth, TR Merriman – Bmj, 2018 –

Protein Shakes: Are They Good Or Bad For You?| 8 Myths Debunked by M Zuk – 2013 – WW Norton & Company