At least, not for ex-smokers and quit-smoking weight gain:

Here’s an article on the subject.

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20 Responses to HCW: It’s Not The Calories

  1. says:

    It is a major weakness of this study that it relied on subjects’ self-reported food consumption.

    • trumwill says:

      Fair point. My guess is, though, that they’re not much more likely to get it wrong post-smoking than pre-smoking. Which is to say, if they underestimate calories by 20% after smoking, they probably underestimated their previous count, too, by a similar amount.

      I could be wrong, though.

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