The Weight Loss Program That Got Better with Time

The Weight Loss Program That Got Better with Time

The most well-published community-based lifestyle intervention in the medical literature is also one of the most effective.

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This is the second in a 4-video series on CHIP, the Complete Health Improvement Program. In case you missed the first one, check out What is the Optimal Diet? ( Stay tuned for CHIP, the Complete Health Improvement Program ( and A Workplace Wellness Program that Works (

I’m on a year-long deep dive into the science of obesity for my next book (How Not to Diet). I’m so excited about all I’m learning and can’t wait to share!

Here’s a few videos on weight control to tide you over until then:
• How Diet Soda Could Make Us Gain Weight (
• Diet or Exercise: What’s More Important for Weight Loss? (
• Meat and Weight Gain in the Panacea Study (
• Animal Protein, Pregnancy, and Childhood Obesity (
• Is Obesity Infectious? (

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Thanks for watching. I hope you’ll join in the evidence-based nutrition revolution!
-Michael Greger, MD FACLM

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