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Secret to Effective Dieting? Portion Control - David Kessler

Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/05/08/The_End_of_Overeating_Dr_David_A_Kessler Former FDA commissioner David Kessler argues that eating, even while trying to lose weight, must be pleasurable and rewarding. Dr. Kessler argues for moderation and portion control. There's no "magic bullet," he says. ----- Drawing on years of extensive research and interviews with medical experts and industry insiders, former FDA commissioner David. A Kessler tears the brightly colored packaging off the food business to reveal the startling cultural, biological and psychological influences that have produced a nation of people hardwired to overeat. The more hooked on these foods we become, the more of them we will buy. - Commonwealth Club of California David A. Kessler, M.D., is the Dean of the School of Medicine and the Vice Chancellor for Medical Affairs at the University of California, San Francisco. Prior to this appointment, Dr. Kessler served for six years as the Dean of the Yale University School of Medicine. Dr. Kessler, who served as Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration from November 1990 until March 1997, was appointed by President George H. W. Bush and reappointed by President Clinton. As Commissioner of the FDA, he acted to speed approval of new drugs and placed high priority on getting promising therapies for serious and life-threatening diseases to patients as quickly as possible. He introduced changes in the device approval process to make it more efficient and ensure that it meets high standards. Under his direction, the FDA announced a number of new programs, including: user fees for drugs and biologics; the regulation of the marketing and sale of tobacco products to children; and preventive controls to improve food safety.
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