Mandometer effectively treats obesity

 In Week in Review

This week, as others have done so many times before, world-leading medical magazine The New England Journal of Medicine reports on the devastating effects of the obesity problem in the world (1).

NEJM 6 June
Time to remind our readers that Mandometer has long realized that under- and overweight are two expressions of the same problem, i.e., disordered eating behavior as a result of dieting (2). Hence, health can be improved and body weight can be normalized by teaching both groups of patients how to eat normally using Mandometer.

This is good news for the obese! Please add that Mandometer is as effective as gastric surgery in normalizing the endocrine and metabolic effects of obesity, and will soon be better. In stark contrast, an endless series of clinical trials have proven diet interventions ineffective. You are How (not what) you eat!

  1. GBD 2015 Obesity Collaborators. Health Effects of Overweight and Obesity in 195 Countries over 25 Years. N. Engl. J. Med. 377, 13–27 (2017).
  2. Zandian, M. et al. Control of Body Weight by Eating Behavior in Children. Front. Pediatr. 3, (2015).
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