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Diet and Weight Loss

These stories on diets are one of the best ways to lose weight and follow a healthy lifestyle as these stories are research based and resources provided. At EmaxHealth Diet and Weight Loss directory readers will find the latest news and research on the subject coming from the medical community.

Cacao and Coconut Oil: The Metabolism Boosting, Fat Burning, Focus Enhancing Duo

boosting metabolism

The benefits of cacao have been known for ages among the Incas in Central and South America where it was known as “the drink of the gods”. It has long been used to treat a variety of ailments, increase lifespan, boost energy, induce euphoria and even clear the skin. When paired with coconut oil, this magnificent duo makes getting healthy, tasty and incredibly rewarding.

The Most Important Question to Ask Before Weight Loss Surgery

Study shows surgeons not consistent between related procedures

So you’ve decided that weight loss surgery may be the best option for you for successful weight loss. But did you know that a new study recently revealed what is the most important question you need to ask before agreeing to having a weight loss surgical procedure? Read on and discover what that question is.

5 Mouth-Watering Vegan and Vegetarian Alternatives for BBQ Season

It’s officially summer and the smell of BBQ is floating on the wind and making your mouth water. But if you’re cutting back on meat or going full vegan, that smell is likely absolute torture. But don’t give in just yet, these alternatives to traditional BBQ fare are sure to make your tummy growl and your taste buds completely forget about that other stuff!

In The Weight Loss Journey, Not All Calories Are Created Equal

The Insulin Program Book

So you are on a diet and at a birthday party. The medical powers-that-be have spoken, and they have said that cutting down on calories makes the pounds fall off. Just then, a great idea hits you: “if I skip the 230 calorie chicken breast at dinner tonight, then I can definitely have the 230 calorie equivalent slice of cake”. You move forward with your plan because it makes sense -- you’re still eating the same number of calories, so it shouldn’t matter where they’re coming from.

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