The MSM produces very little interesting or useful information about healthy eating. In a rare departure from form, Women’s Health put out this brief article, which almost has more common sense (and fact) than a person can stand. Kudos to all the dietitians and nutritionists who participated and spoke like rational adults, rather than shills.

Sleep, stress, and environment all play a huge role in your weight-loss efforts. “The link between sleep and weight is undeniable. The less we sleep, the more we weigh,” says Golem. “Stress is another factor that needs to be considered, especially if food or alcohol is being used as a calming strategy. Chronic stress influences appetite-regulating hormones and affects hormones that regulate the way your body burns calories.”

Women’s Health: The 6 Worst Pieces of Weight-Loss Advice Nutritionists Have Ever Heard.