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Most of us have heard the same advice for weight loss throughout our lives: exercise and make sure you’re eating the right foods, in the right amounts. But new scientific research could add a different dimension: the cellular activity in your body affects how much weight you lose, or how your body responds to certain foods.
At the Nestlé Institute of Health Sciences, our team is looking at weight loss on the molecular level: how does your body metabolize food? Why do some people lose weight more easily than others? Why do some people maintain weight loss, while others don’t? And why does weight loss help to prevent diabetes in some people, but not in others?
KEYWORDS: Health, weight loss, Science, Nestlé Institute of Health Sciences, cellular activity
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