xxxiii) need to understand reverse causation

(occurs when an outcome observed is thought to be caused by something they witness - when in fact it is the other way round. For example, some researchers have mistakenly assumed that "being thin" was linked to an increased risk of some serious illness, when actually it's being ill that made people lose weight!!!! We need to look at being "metabolically healthy" rather than just focusing on weight alone. There is some research (Rosie Taylor 2019) that shows that some people who are overweight are still perfectly metabolically fit as they are physically active and eat good food)

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