Moneyism: Here’s everything people get wrong about exercise and eating

So you ate more Ben and Jerry’s than you should have. But, hey, you’re going running later, so you should be fine — right?

There is no shortage of online charts and even government-endorsed digital dieting tools that will instruct you in this way of thinking. Some dietitians and nutritionists even do it. The concept fits in neatly with contemporary nutrition culture, with its simple mathematical mantra of “calories in, calories out.”

Not so fast, say a growing number of experts and studies. That way of thinking has prevailed for years, but is a significantly oversimplified way of looking at diet, they say.

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