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Dear Weightology Weekly Subscriber,
In what has been a difficult decision, I have decided to not continue with Weightology Weekly. With the recent major changes in my life, it has become too difficult to find the time to write articles on a weekly or even monthly basis. When I started Weightology Weekly back in 2010, my goal was to deliver evidence-based, scientifically accurate information in the field of weight loss, nutrition, and fitness. I feel that I have successfully achieved that goal. However, as a paying subscriber, you deserve my full attention and ability to deliver articles on time, something which I feel that I can no longer do. Therefore, there will be no more future issues of Weightology … Read More
Some of you may already know that I have a brand new addition to my family born just a few days ago. The prep work leading up to this wonderful moment, and of course the time I will be spending with my new daughter (and simultaneously managing my 19 month old), has resulted in me falling behind schedule on Weightology Weekly articles. Currently I write 6 articles per month, and am about 9 articles behind right now (all of April and half of May’s articles). I will likely be behind for a period of time but will eventually catch up. Thanks for your patience as I adjust to this major change in my life.
In this issue:
- Do Obese People Have a Defect in Fat Metabolism? It has been often claimed by Gary Taubes and others in the low carb world that fat is “trapped” in the fat cells of obese people. But is this really true? Click here to find out.
- Weight Training, Weight Loss, and Protein Synthesis. New research demonstrates the importance of weight training for maintaining lean mass during weight loss, and it has to do with protein synthesis. Click here to read about this research.