Chew on This with Kim Barnouin: Calorie Counting, Non-Stick Cookware's Role in Weight Gain ...
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Dr. Friedman and Kim chew on why calorie counting is bad for weight loss, the effect of non-stick cookware on weight gain, and the latest on e-cigarettes.Dr. Friedman and Kim chew on why calorie counting is bad for weight loss, the effect of non-stick cookware on weight gain, and the latest on e-cigarettes. 

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Counting Calories Isn't the Answer to Weight Loss

According to the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), calorie counting isn't the answer to weight loss. Rather, it's the quality of food one consumes. While individuals may lose weight initially, it usually comes back. Don't calorie-count, make your calories count.

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What You Cook Your Food On Could Be Making You Fat

Non-stick cookware has been linked to weight gain. Perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs), which are contained in non-stick pans, have probably already infiltrated your home, And, unlike most common chemicals, recent research from Harvard suggests that these substances could have a real and visible effect on your body.

The Latest on E-Cigarettes

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine recently released a report assessing studies about the health effects of e-cigarettes. The panel of experts conducted a comprehensive review of research in the field, categorizing evidence on various issues as conclusive, substantial, limited or nonexistent.

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