Dr Nick Fuller

The science behind why diets don’t work

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For decades we have been told that it’s all our fault; that the reason many of us don’t manage to lose weight is a lack of willpower.

But there’s a bigger cause behind our failure to shift the pounds and it’s certainly not due to floundering commitment. It’s down to a part of the brain called the hypothalamus. In

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Dr Nick Fuller
Dr Nick Fuller is Commercial and Industry Research Leader at the University of Sydney and author of Interval Weight Loss

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