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The Difference Between Food Allergy, Intolerance and Food Sensitivity

Food allergy vs food intolerance

Do you know what a food allergy is? Probably so. What about food intolerance or food sensitivity? You generally understand that as well. Now, how about explaining the differences between the three? That's where things start getting confusing. Dr. Chad Larson gets questions about the differences between these three health issues often enough that he decided he might as well put something in writing to help people differentiate.

Unusual Obesity Device Called AspireAssist Approved by FDA

obesity device AspireAssist

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved an obesity device called AspireAssist that will allow people with a body mass index of 35 to 55 to literally drain their meals from their stomach. This unusual approach to dealing with obesity is reserved for individuals who meet specific criteria and is not without side effects.

Is It ok to Skip Breakfast When Trying to Lose Weight?

For many, breakfast consists of a cup of coffee en route to work and maybe a piece of fruit or protein bar. For others it is truly the most important meal and is high in calories and carbs to provide a suitable energy supply until lunch. And then there is the group that completely skips breakfast altogether. So what is right and what is wrong?

How Painkillers Make You Eat Less, but Why You Shouldn't Take Them

painkillers and weight loss

Can you get the best of both worlds – feel good by taking prescription painkillers and lose weight at the same time? The answer is yes – weight loss and appetite suppression are two side effects of most painkillers. But regularly taking painkillers (whether you're in pain or not), can be harmful. For example, the side effects of taking codeine phosphate include blurred vision and constipation.

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