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Can Skipping Breakfast Make Me Gain Weight?

Can Skipping Breakfast Make Me Gain Weight?

So the question is: will skipping breakfast make me gain weight? Lots of people have been asking this and it’s interesting that there’s very little science to answer the question one way or the other. I’m particularly interested in this because ever since medical school, I’ve not eaten breakfast. I don’t eat until lunchtime and […]

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Should we Exercise before Breakfast? | #aumsum

Should we Exercise before Breakfast? | #aumsum

It’s AumSum Time. Should we Exercise before having Breakfast? Nooo. We should eat 24×7. Oh listen. In a study, it was found that people who exercised before having their breakfast. Actually burned double the amount of fat than those who exercised after. Why? According to experts, the logic is pretty simple. Whenever we eat food, […]

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How Do You Know If You Have Food Poisoning?

How Do You Know If You Have Food Poisoning?

[ ♪ Intro ] Most of us have experienced food poisoning… You know it’s like the vomiting and the diarrhea. The gastrointestinal torment that can leave you huddled miserably on the bathroom floor. But food poisoning, or foodborne illness, isn’t just one thing. In fact, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control names 31 unique species […]

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Biology: Independent vs. Dependent Variables

Biology: Independent vs. Dependent Variables

“Independent variable” and “dependent variable” are important terms related to controlled experiments. Remember, a controlled experiment is a scientific test in which all conditions are kept constant except for the variable you’re testing. The independent variable is the thing you’re testing in an experiment. it’s often abbreviated as “IV” and sometimes called the “manipulated variable” […]

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Biology: Independent vs. Dependent Variables

“Independent variable” and “dependent variable” are important terms related to controlled experiments. Remember, a controlled experiment is a scientific test in which all conditions are kept constant except for the variable you’re testing. The independent variable is the thing you’re testing in an experiment. it’s often abbreviated as “IV” and sometimes called the “manipulated variable” […]

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Lifestyle Changes, Not Diets, Work For Managing Weight

Lifestyle Changes, Not Diets, Work For Managing Weight

What doesn’t work about the way we think about diets classically is that we think about them short-term. Lifestyle changes have to be comfortable. Any chronic disease management has to be comfortable. It has to be something that you can do forever, that accommodates and adjusts. Another struggle that our patients might go through is […]

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Does Eating Breakfast Really Help You Lose Weight?

Does Eating Breakfast Really Help You Lose Weight?

[INTRO ♪] Breakfast. It’s the most important meal of the day — or so we’ve been told. But science has tackled whether or not this is really true, and the results have been…mixed. One claim you’ve probably heard is that eating breakfast every day helps you lose weight, and there’s definitely evidence to support this. […]

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