The mathematics of weight loss

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When it comes to weight loss, we all know the formula. Balanced diet and regular exercise equals weight loss.

But what if there is something more to the formula? Or in other words, can you look at weight loss from a different angle?

Ruben Meerman, who is known as the Surfing Scinetists, tries to educate the public constantly on science topics. And in this TED talk, he tries to explain how mathematics has something to do with weight loss.

It is a unique view on the topic, and it is one worth watching.

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