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What Cats and Dogs Teach Us About Avoiding Feline Diabetes Mellitus and Canine Diabetes Mellitus

2017-02-14 06:09

Feeding processed food diets to your pets is largely the cause of fatty liver and ultimately feline diabetes mellitus and canine diabetes mellitus, as well as a telling indication of our own food values. Our pets teach us that eating a processed food diet will lead to a diabetes mellitus in both human and animal.

According to the latest Banfield Hospital “State of Pet Health” Report, Feline Diabetes Mellitus, Canin

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Is Removing Eggs From The Diet Key In Curing Type 2 Diabetes?

2017-02-13 08:55

Evidence-based science discloses how natural treatments work to cure Type 2 Diabetes by addressing the liver, its underlying viral issue and by eliminating eggs from the diet.

Being diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes often comes with a treatment that’s geared toward lowering and controlling blood sugar levels and insulin without providing a cure.

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Cues may help you beat an obsession with junk food

2017-01-30 05:52

There seems to be a way out of the unhealthy junk-food eating cycle by using preventive cues.

Eating too much junk food is associated with obesity. It sometimes seems almost impossible to break out of an addiction to junk food. However, it appears cues can help beat this obsession.

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The activity levels of preschool kids mirrors that of their parents

2017-01-11 05:42

Researchers say that there is an association between the physical activity of parents and the activity of preschool kids.

Clearly preschool kids are healthier when they lead active lifestyles just as is true for older kids and adults.

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Use Positive Thinking to Be Successful With This Years Resolutions

2017-01-03 12:00

Did you set New Year’s Resolutions for yourself this year? Here is how to make them stick.

Each year, about 45% of Americans make New Year’s Resolutions, but only 8% have success in achieving their goals. We have such good intentions, so why can’t we seem to follow through?

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Can Being Obese Biochemically Stop You From Exercising?

2016-12-31 21:51

Researchers have found that you're being obese is actually stopping you from getting active – biochemically. It's not about it being harder to move around, but your very brain might have become wired to hate exercising.

Being obese is different from being overweight. The excess weight is much greater and puts a huge strain on your body.

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Why It May Be Hard to Stick to an Exercise Habit

2016-12-30 13:02

We often start out with good intentions when it comes to a regular exercise routine, but it can be hard to stick to the plan over the long-haul. Researchers might have found a reason why.

It is no secret that physical activity is essential for optimal human health. Even with all of this knowledge, why is it so hard to stay motivated and make exercise a daily habit?

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