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It's not fair! We are programmed to resist weight loss

, duration and frequency of the plateau," Dr King said.

"My research now aims to identify and characterise mechanisms responsible for our inbuilt weight loss resistance."

Dr King said our energy balance system was programmed to cope with famine, "not the current obesogenic environment which enforces inactivity and a plentiful food supply".

He will present his findings at the Physical Activity and Obesity Satellite Conference of the International Congress on Obesity (ICO2006) from August 31 to September 2 in Brisbane and at the International Conference on Obesity from September 3 to 8 in Sydney.


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