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How Humans Evolved to Have Too Much of a Good Thing

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Another New Year’s Day is coming up fast, and with it, another set of resolutions. And if you’re like 32 percent of all Americans, losing weight is at the top of your list. But of course, by early February (right around the time of the Feast of the Blessed Super Bowl) that resolution will be gone, and you’ll have decided that you’re just predisposed to put on weight. In other words, the reason you can’t squeeze into those jeans any more is probably exactly what you suspected—it’s all in your genes. The evidence agrees with you. A new book by a nationally renowned doctor has a radical explanation for our individual (and national) weight crisis, along with a host of…

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