FREDERICK K. ALBRECHT
Recent studies have led to the conclusion that a continuous gain in weight resulting in obesity is caused by eating more than is needed for growth, maintenance and energy requirements. In the normal person, the appetite is satisfied at a point where nourishment is adequate and the weight becomes stabilized. In the obese person the appetite is not satisfied on such a level, and an excessive amount of food is ingested. There is a prevalent belief among some that persons occasionally gain weight even though they do not overeat, and that others do not lose weight when they are underfed.
ALBRECHT FK. THE USE OF BENZEDRINE SULFATE IN OBESITY1. Ann Intern Med. 1944;21:983–989. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-21-6-983
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