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Myth #1: Choose low fat or reduced fat products. Fact: Avoid bad fats, consume good fats. Fat comes in many forms and they are not created equal. Saturated and trans-fats can be particularly harmful to the body, especially the cardiovascular system, and...
This post has been updated, as indicated below.The National Assn. to Advance Fat Acceptance calls it "appalling" that the new season of "The Biggest Loser" will include young teenagers. Season 14 of NBC's reality weight-loss competition begins Sunday night and will include three teenagers -- two 13-...
In conjunction with its bariatric surgery weight loss program, McLaren Northern Michigan is offering a free bariatric surgery seminar in Petoskey and Charlevoix. Because one size or procedure does not fit all patients, several new weight loss options...
Feb. 6 (Bloomberg) -- New Jersey Governor Chris Christie called a former White House doctor who said he was dangerously overweight a “hack” and said she should “shut up” unless she examines him. Christie was responding to a CNN...
Vital Signs Health Blog - Orlando SentinelDieters have weighed in on their favorite weight loss plans, and this month’s Consumer Reports has the score. After tallying more than 9,000 surveys, magazine editors found that a high-tech app and a caveman approach were respondents favorite ways...
The Hartford CourantIn the days when dinner at a restaurant was a special occasion, ignoring calories, fat and salt was no big deal. After all, one meal doesn't pack on extra pounds or cause cholesterol or blood pressure issues. What we eat day by day contributes to our...
Tags: Diabetes, Potatoes, Overweight, Salt, Foods and Beverages
For all of his wit, charm and success, a little bit of the boy who once was nicknamed "Fat Albert' still clings to "Today" show weatherman and feature anchor Al Roker. It's there in the excess 140 pounds that once draped Roker's frame. It's in his...
You've heard about the "Wheat Belly" diet, right? Well, technically, it doesn't exist. Dr. William Davis points out that the word "diet" does not appear on either the cover of his bestselling "Wheat Belly" book published in 2011 or on the follow-up,...
By his late 30s, Eli Sapharti weighed almost 300 pounds. Every day, he smoked two packs of cigarettes, drank two liters of soda and "ate like crap." He always resolved to get fit, joining gyms and working out a few times. But then he'd quit because...
Tags: Diabetes, Vitamin D, Ice Cream, Blueberries, Fatty Acids
The unassuming chamber looks like a budget motel room with a treadmill. Yet behind the ho-hum interior lies a sophisticated system that can precisely measure — minute-by-minute — how many calories the subject inside is burning. It also can...
Reuters(Reuters) - Take another sip of that Diet Coke without fear that it may be spurring your appetite. Apparently, diet soda drinkers don't eat any more sugary or fatty foods than people who stick with water instead, according to a U.S. study. Some...
Author: Mike McKelveyI started my days the same way every day, in slow motion. My routine day began with exhaustion. I wasn’t sleeping as I should have been and I would chase my morning blues with a pot of coffee. It wasn’t long before my mood was affected. ...
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