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barely had breakfast and your stomach’s already rumbling? If you only had jam on toast, or a croissant, that is not surprising, as it gets digested very quickly. Due to that, the body wants energy right away. To get this, it tends to want fast-acting energy sources, such as sugary carbs. Except these are precisely the foods that prevent us from losing those extra kilos, maintaining our weight, and staying healthy. So, how do we break this vicious circle? By eating fat to lose our fat, claims Dr Markus Bock, a neuroscientist and doctor specialising in metabolic diseases. With a recent study conducted by the Technical University of Munich and the University of Vienna confirming this theory,

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