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May 25, 2017 33 min

Internationally hailed researcher, James Krieger, joins me this week to discuss his stance on metabolic damage. We talk about the theory that repeated bouts of dieting can slow your metabolism down and affect future weight loss efforts. James has spent over two decades uncovering the research and studies related to fitness and nutrition so that more people can have access to evidence based information. He is the founder of Weightology and is arguably one of the most respected people in the fitness industry. To learn more about James, please visit To learn more about your host, check out and visit our Facebook page at Download, subscribe, share with your friends and please take a moment to leave us an iTunes review. 

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