How the Most Dangerous Study of All Time Changed What We Know About Weight Loss

For one, it has nothing to do with willpower

In November of 1944, 36 men entered a lab at the University of Minnesota. They were to be the guinea pigs in one of the most extreme and dangerous studies ever conducted.

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