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Is combating the obesity epidemic only about cutting out carbs – or is there more to it? Could vegetable oils be making you fat on a cellular level? And could saturated fat, on the other hand, protect you from packing on the pounds?

In this talk from the Low Carb Breckenridge 2018, low-carb pioneer and author Dr. Michael Eades answers these questions.

Watch a part of the presentation above (transcript). The full video is available (with captions and transcript) with a free trial or membership:

What makes people obese? – Michael Eades

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  1. heather
    This is a fabulous post!!! thanks for all the great information. Obesity is a very complex disorder that isn't just a cosmetic concern — being obese puts you at risk for a variety of diseases and health problems. I have check online health resources like webmd, Excessive body fat is linked to: Type 2 diabetes, High blood pressure.
    Can you help clear my query?
    Is Obesity generally assessed using body mass index, or BMI.

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