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The simple way to prevent age-related weight gain:

We continue to gain body weight from adolescence until middle age. This weight gain, known as age-related weight gain, is one of the best predictors of cardiovascular disease, hypertension, diabetes, and certain kinds of cancers. Studies from our lab and others are beginning to show that becoming aware of small changes in your weight, by weighing yourself daily, will prevent this gradual increase in weight from occurring.

Join us on Tuesday September 26 at 1pm ET for a live interactive discussion with the Division of Nutritional Sciences at Cornell's David Levitsky called The Only Weigh to Prevent Age-Related Weight Gain. Professor Levitsky will discuss how daily check-ins on the scale can help you control weight, prevent disease and even make you aware of various environmental stimuli which may lead you to eat more than necessary.

Use the code ENF1YEAR to register for free here: https://www.ecornell.com/webseries/expanding-nutrition-frontiers/#viewwsModalPromo.