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When most obesity researchers look at a plate of food, they see macronutrients—carbs, proteins, and fats. Not Randy Seeley, Ph.D., a professor of endocrinology at the University of Cincinnati and the director of the Cincinnati Diabetes and Obesity Center. Seeley sees something else: cocktails of hormones.  “Food is more than just calories,” Seeley says. “It can also act like hormones, activating genetic switches that trigger bodywide reactions.”

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