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The energy compensation conundrum

composite image of mitochondria and feet running on a treadmill
Scientists suspect your mitochondria may change your metabolism to compensate for increased exercise. Credit: BSIP and Skynesher via Getty.

Oh, great: researchers find that human physiology works against us when we exercise to stay trim.

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