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ALIBI OF FAT
MEN BLASTED
BY SCIENTISTS
No Matter What They Say,
They Eat Too Much,
Experts Declare.
BY DR. FRANK THONE
Relent* Service Staff Writer
BUFFALO, N. Y., Sept. 3.—The
fat man who tells you, “No matter
how little I eat. I gain weight any
how." is doomed to lose that con
venient alibi.
R * parches on the internal chem
istry of fat folks, reported to the
American Chemical Society at its
meeting here today by Dr. L. H.
Newburg of the University of Mich
igan hospital, have not shown any
metabolic abnormality that would
have this effect.
Dr. Newburg's investigation in
cluded a careful checkup on the in
take of energy-producing foods, the
exchange of energy within the body,
and the amount of water absorbed
and lost by the stout subjects of
his research. He found them nor
mal in all respects.
The discomforting condition
therefore remains, that the only way
to get too fat is to eat and drink
too much.
Another investigation of the
chemistry of getting fat was re
ported by Dr. William E. Anderson
of Ydle university. He was con
cerned particularly with the prob
lem of where the fat comes from,
and traced the story of the up
building of body fat out of the
fragments of sugars and starches.
Dr. Anderson also hinted at the
probability that even proteins, those
lean-meat and whole-wheat con
stituents that are supposed to be
the dieter’s standby, at least to
some extent, can be split apart and
be assembled into fats.
The smallest visible iiving things,
bacteria, are storers of fat, more
notably so, indeed, than human or
hippopotamuses or whales. Some of
them build up a fat content of from
20 to 40 per cent of their total body
weight, Professor R. J. Anderson,
also of Yale, told his hearers.
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THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
SEPT. 3, 1931

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