Diet Soda is linked to Weight Gain

By maintaining the same level of physical activity, some people can eat little food and be obese or severely obese, and some people can eat plenty of food and still be normal in their weight or even underweight. That is the fact known to people before the pseudoscience of weight gain and weight loss has been created.

1. The fact that Diet Soda is linked to Weight Gain should be interpreted that something is wrong with the basic science of weight gain and weight loss.

2. There is no ground to make out of hand a conclusion that people gain weight, because then they crave sweets and eat more.

3. There is no point to invent some ad hoc theory like that insulin causes fat storage and prevents fat release.

A. There has to be a confrontation with the fact that the basic science of weight gain and weight loss is wrong.

B. There has to be a confrontation with the fact that weight gain and weight loss is not about calories or energy.

 Please note! Weight loss treatment involving dieting, increased physical activity, diet pills and bariatric surgeries were invented when obesity scientists believed that every single calorie in food intake if not spent, will be stored as fat mass. These believe was in line with the anabolism and catabolism theory – (flawed theories). At those times, the theory “calories in – calories out” was an unquestioned scientific dogma. The obvious reason for that is: obesity researcher didn’t know that some amount of energy in food intake, the human body excretes as metabolic waste (they didn’t know that stool contain calories) Read more.
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