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No No, Yo-Yo! Study Finds Cyclical Dieting Leads To Higher Risk Of Death

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A new study by Korean researchers reports yo-yo dieting can increase the risk of death. According to UPI, the study found while weight cycling did make people with obesity have a lower chance of developing diabetes, there was also downside to the practice. The loss of weight usually brings on a reduction of energy during exercise and during daily activities. The researchers say this, along with increased hunger, produces a "perfect metabolic storm" for dieters to regain weight. In fact, experts actually estimate that 80 percent of dieters regain their weight. What's more, a 2017 study also found that weight cycling among people with coronary heart disease can even lead to a higher risk of stroke, heart attack and mortality.

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