Emotional eating, where we eat to cope with stress or negative emotions, is even more damaging for those with high blood pressure or diabetes.
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The most difficult part of keeping to your diet plan during the holidays is portion control. Here are some tricks to manage how much you eat.
If you’re one of those people who promised yourself you’d be ready for the beach before summer, then amended it to a promise about getting fit during the summer, time is running out. Summer will be over before you know it… if you haven’t started to lose the weight you promised yourself yet, you’re at […]
There are three general approaches to obesity management, and we have a strong opinion about the best. Medical weight loss should be choice #1 – here’s why.
Poor nutrition – a lack of proper nutrients – affects your body in a host of ways. It reduces your immunity, impairs mental faculties and hurts child development in several ways.
Probiotics are only one weapon against weight, but they are important for health in general. Processed foods – all too common in the diet of the western world – may actually harm our gut flora, so taking probiotics such as Lactobacillus Rhamnosus may be vital to maintaining good health.
Craving fatty, high-calorie foods? There’s a hormone for that. Ghrelin is produced by cells in the gastrointestinal tract when your stomach is empty, and its levels shrink when you’re full. In this respect it operates in the opposite way from Leptin, which increases when your body is satisfied and decreases when it wants calories. In […]
Dieting isn’t just about cutting back on what you eat. It’s about eating the right foods to help with weight loss while still getting proper nutrients. Here are some vegetables that are perfect for helping you lose weight. Broccoli Broccoli contains only 31 calories per cup, and it’s rich in vitamin C, A, B6, and […]
One simple way to beat the metabolic penalty trap is exercise. Build muscle mass. Muscle requires more energy to maintain than fat does, so building muscles causes your metabolism to function at a higher rate. Plan to stay active once you have lost weight.
Leptin is a powerful hormone that influences both appetite and the desire for exercise. Early research into it showed considerable promise as a weight loss aid, particularly thanks to a study at Columbia University in New York.