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Dr. Randy Seeley: The Science of Obesity - A deep dive on the science behind weight gain

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In this episode, Janine converses with Dr. Randy Seeley, a Professor of Surgery at the University of Michigan. Dr. Seeley serves as the Director of the Michigan Nutrition Obesity Research Center and works in understanding the physiology of obesity and weight gain. Dr. Seeley takes Janine on a deep dive of the mechanics and chemistry behind why the human body gains weight, what triggers the desire to eat, and how food affects the body. Here’s a brief overview of the topics we discuss:

  • The inspiration for Dr. Seeley’s research into obesity and the way our hormones affect weight gain.
  • The vocabulary of weight-loss surgery and obesity: set points and hunger hormones
  • Weight-loss surgery as a tool rather than a miracle cure
  • Hormones and the control we have over our appetite
  • The social stigma and myths surrounding obesity
  • How Dr. Seeley’s research has impacted his own relationship with food
  • Areas of interest and surprises in Dr. Seeley’s research
  • Suggested resources for patients who want to learn more about hunger hormones and obesity

Check out the resources Dr. Seeley discusses in this episode for reliable, academic information about weight loss:

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Guest Twinkle

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He needs to have his own podcast! This was the best episode so far.

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