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American Council on Exercise: “Is it true that eating after 8pm can make you gain weight?”
American Psychological Association: “How social support can help you lose weight.”
Bandín, C. International Journal of Obesity, May 2015.
Bertoia, M. PLoS Medicine, September 2015.
Caton, S. Physiology & Behavior, March 2004.
CDC: “How to Use Fruits and Vegetables to Help Manage Your Weight,” “Physical Activity for a Healthy Weight.”
Chowdhury, E. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, March 2016.
Garaulet, M. International Journal of Obesity, April 2013.
Harvard Medical School: “Beer belly,” “Mindful eating may help with weight loss,” “Preserve your muscle mass,” “Why stress causes people to overeat.”
Mayo Clinic: “Is too little sleep a cause of weight gain?” “Menopause weight gain: Stop the middle age Spread,” “Stress Management.”
Mishra, N. Journal of Mid-Life Health, July-December 2011.
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute: “Maintaining a Healthy Weight On the Go: A Pocket Guide,” “Try These Steps to Lose Weight,” “What Causes Overweight and Obesity?”
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases: “Hypothyroidism (Underactive Thyroid),” “Weight-loss and Nutrition Myths.”
Nutrition.gov: “Interested in Losing Weight?”
Rethinking Drinking: “Alcohol Calorie Calculator.”
University of Minnesota: “Reading for Stress Relief.”
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