A new study finds that our gut bacteria are linked to our heart health and our BMI. Here is what you can do about your gut bacteria for a healthy BMI and healthier heart.
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Diet and Weight Loss
As a busy mom, it may seem like you do not have time to worry about your appearance. However, sometimes this changes when the kids are in bed, the laundry is done, and the bills are paid. If you are standing in front of the mirror in your room and notice the extra pounds, then they can be difficult to ignore. Nevertheless, despite your busy schedule, you still have a choice when it comes to losing weight and getting back in shape.
Stick with conventional medical treatment or go under the knife? It’s not an easy choice to make when it comes to deciding how your Type 2 diabetes should be treated. Here’s what a new study recently revealed that could help you decide which is best for you.
Would you like to know how to cut about 900 calories from just breakfast alone - and still feel like you’ve had a satisfying meal?! Here’s what a perfect day of Zero Belly eating can look like for you toward your weight loss success.
After reviewing 72 separate studies focused on obesity, researchers from the University of Cambridge gleaned support for previous weight loss tips that could stop obesity in the U.S.
Do you believe that when an advertisement promotes a free trial for a weight-loss product or beauty product that even though it may not work, that you will lose nothing more than your time for trying out a freebie product? Think again, according to this latest warning for consumers.
Do you meet the criteria many health insurance providers require before covering your weight loss procedure? Here are some facts about the cost of losing weight for you and everyone else.
Here is some quick and useful animated info on college student health, why textbooks cost as much as they do, how roommates are matched in college, and college debt.
An MD who used to be overweight has developed a novel one-two punch approach toward helping his patients lose weight.
The FDA is very concerned about a common weight loss ingredient that is now available in a pure, uncut powder form that could result in accidental death.
Are you looking for a cheaper, quicker way to get rid of fat as compared to liposuction and other invasive procedures? Find out what new fat removing treatment Angie Hicks of Angie’s List recommended recently.
Are you one of the many who are allergic to aspirin and therefore avoid aspirin-containing health products? If so, then you will want to know about this recent recall of several weight loss supplements.
U.S. News & World Report recently offers what you need to know about 4 effective diet options that really that do work…with some caveats to them.
New research reveals just how accurate your brand of activity tracker really is under semi-controlled testing conditions.
Are you having a hard time trying to figure out why your diet isn’t working? Here are some common diet wreckers that typically sabotage most dieting attempts.
This October, women who suffer from Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD) will at long last have a pharmaceutical drug to treat their condition. However, critics argue that the so-called “Female Viagra” drug called “Addyi” doesn’t really work. Here’s why if the critics are correct, that this is still a good thing.
Just approved by the FDA this month, the intragastric balloon already has its first US patient/customer. Here’s what he had to say about the procedure and what you can expect it will cost you to lose 20 pounds in 6 months.
A new study tackles whether it’s really true that a low-carb diet leads to more weight loss than a low-fat diet.
Gastric bypass is a popular weight loss surgical procedure, but did you know that its ability to keep weight off months afterwards is not entirely because the gastric bypass patient is eating less?
Are you looking to lose 20-40 pounds in 6 months without having to go under the knife with bariatric surgery? Here is the latest on an FDA-approved weight loss procedure that can give you a jump start on your weight loss success.
A new study reveals promising results that show losing weight with a pacemaker-like device may exceed expectations from earlier reports.
The laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) surgical technique for weight loss is growing in popularity for many who are obese and unable to lose weight through dieting and exercise. While it has proven effective for weight loss immediately following surgery, there is an important update about this popular weight loss surgical technique that you need to know.
A new study shows that a significant percentage of patients on a specific class of common meds experienced unintentional weight loss.
We’ve heard that there is no such thing as a magic pill for weight loss; however, scientists may have come up with a potential exercise mimic pill for weight loss that tricks the body into increasing its metabolism.
You’ve heard it repeatedly: You have to burn 3,500 calories to lose one pound of body fat. But according to an update of that old rule, researchers are telling us that in fact it actually takes significantly more calories burned to achieve a loss of one pound.