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Is food or exercise more important for weight loss? GK

of it: smugly swallowing a mouthful of greens before regurgitating platitudes such as, “Abs are made in the kitchen” or the equally misguided, “It’s 90 per cent diet.” But without rebooting training and diet in harmony, you’ll never tip the scales in your favour. Scientists at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

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