Did the Surgeon General get it wrong about weight?

Which view do you believe?

1. "Overweight and obesity result from excess calorie consumption and/or inadequate physical activity"

U.S. Surgeon General, 2001


2. "Those who are overweight eat fewer calories than those of normal weight"

National Academy of Sciences,
Diet and Health
, 1989

Most people say #1. And if you believe that, you'd be wrong. Most of the time.

Reviews and scrutiny of countless studies since 1936 have concluded that it's not the number of calories that put on the weight. It's the kind. Not how much you eat, but what.

The answers to these questions are in a new, free report: Did the Surgeon General Get it Wrong about Weight?

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