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Why did your diet plan fail last time? It is likely that you have not chosen a diet that fits with your lifestyle.
Most of us tackle weight loss with a vengeance – setting off on a super strict diet and brutal exercise plan. The problem?
Heart disease and stroke together take a greater toll on America’s health than any other condition. But we are losing the battle against this disease, partly due to our excess weight and increasing incidence of Type 2 diabetes.
Unfortunately, the cost of cardiovascular disease in the US is more than $500 billion per year.
Does your office frequently cater meetings? Do you often have parties for celebrations such as promotions, birthdays, or retirement? If so, your work life may be contributing to your weight concerns.
Did you know that according to a recent survey by CareerBuilder.com, 41% of the US workforce states that t
Men - the little ones are watching. You may not realize it, but you play a vital role in your children developing healthy behaviors that will last into their adulthood.
There have been several studies about the role that mothers have on children eating more healthfully and getting more physical activity.
While you may not realize it, there is a big connection between your weight and how you sleep at night. Several studies point to the need to eat a healthier diet and get more exercise – and lose excess weight if needed.
Much research has been done regarding the correlation between chronic sleep disruption and weight gain.
How far do you drive to and from work each day? If you are in your car for more than an hour, you may want to consider what it is doing to your health.
Obviously, a sedentary lifestyle is one risk factor for obesity. Most of us can work harder toward being more active in our daily lives.
Copper, a trace mineral, is an essential nutrient to the human body for many biologic functions. Researchers now believe it plays a role in fat metabolism as well.
While you may not have realized it, copper – yes, the same metal used in jewelry and plumbing – is actually an essential mineral needed for functions such as forming red blood cells, absorbing iron
You’ve likely never heard of “spexin.” But it could be a key for researchers in finding a better way to control weight in obese teenagers.
Excess weight for most of us is a simple matter – we eat too many calories and we do not get enough exercise.