Reasons for weight gain
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What is the set point theory?

Over the past few years, by extensively studying weight gain mechanisms, scientists have arrived at a new theory called the “set point” theory. According to this theory, faults in mechanisms responsible for hormones that carry messages between our stomach and brain are responsible for weight gain. As, these messages get mixed up, our set point of weight becomes higher and causes more weight gain.1

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Ref: 1. Kaplan LM, Seeley RJ, Harris JL. Weight can be reliably controlled by voluntarily adjusting energy balance through diet and exercise. The Metabolic Applied Research Strategy Initiative Series. Bariatric Times. 2012;Suppl C:C5-C7