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Argument: Calorie counts may cause eating less now, more later

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Dr. David B. Allison, the incoming president of the Obesity Society and a professor of biostatistics and nutrition at the University of Alabama, Birmingham, said in February of 2008: "inadvertently encouraging patrons to consume lower-calorie foods that subsequently lead to greater total caloric intake because of poor satiating efficiency of the smaller calorie loads."[1]

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