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(PIX11) – Don’t rely on counting calories if you want to lose weight.

That’s according to a new study.

Researchers say much of the nutritional data on labels is based on outdated 19th century science.

The way food is cooked — as well as an individual’s metabolism — can make a dramatic difference to how many calories are absorbed.

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