What really needs losing?

There are some things that diets just can't do.

Commercials are continually advertising weight-loss products. But the ongoing demand for new ones suggests that they may not be all that effective.

I once heard of a test for insanity that suggested to me why so many approaches to losing weight aren't always successful. People were placed in a sealed room with a faucet running. A mop and bucket were in a corner. If the subjects calmly shut off the faucet, they were considered sane. If they mopped up water to keep from drowning, they were judged insane.

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