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Stay In The Fat Burning Zone With Methods To Make Weight Loss Easier

Stay In The Fat Burning Zone With Methods To Make Weight Loss Easier

With any weight loss journey, getting in shape to lose weight can be daunting. But luckily, there are ways to go about it, which means people don’t have to go it alone and can make losing weight more enjoyable. Dean Zweck, Product Development Manager at Total Fitness, revealed that fitness should be seen as “a …

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benefits of black rice

Benefits of Black Rice: Good for Diabetes, Weight Loss and More

If you’ve ever eaten black rice, you may appreciate its slightly sweet, nutty taste, chewy texture, and exotic purple-black hue. However, besides being simply delicious, due to the multiple health benefits of black rice, it is considered a “superfood”. It first originated in China and then spread to other parts of Asia around 10,000 years …

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Michael Mosley says rapid weight loss makes diet success 'more likely'

Michael Mosley says rapid weight loss makes diet success ‘more likely’

Rapid weight loss diets have long been tainted with controversy and branded as unhealthy, much like crash diets to shift as much body weight as possible in a short period of time. But Dr Michael Mosley revealed that many studies have actually proven otherwise and explained that if people do it ‘safely and correctly’ they …

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Can a daily nutritious shake prevent memory loss?  A new trial aims to answer that and is looking for volunteers.  - The Boston Globe

Can a daily nutritious shake prevent memory loss? A new trial aims to answer that and is looking for volunteers. – The Boston Globe

After years of studying the way Americans eat and the myriad health problems that stem from crummy diets, lead researcher Susan Roberts said it’s time to get pragmatic. “We can be purists and say everyone should have the perfect diet, but the reality is that for most people it won’t work for them,” said Roberts, …

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Weight Loss: 7 Negative Calorie Foods You Need To Add To Your Daily Diet

Weight Loss: 7 Negative Calorie Foods You Need To Add To Your Daily Diet

Negative Calorie Foods: In this article, we discuss various foods that can act as negative calorie foods in aiding weight loss. Negative Calorie Foods: Cucumbers Act Like Negative Calorie Vegetables and Promote Weight Loss Most people are aware that when trying to lose or gain weight, they need to consider their calorie consumption. Calories are …

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The graph above shows the change in weight after ten years in people who were considered thin (blue bars) or obese (red bars) at the start of the study and who experienced extreme weight loss of up to 9.9 lbs (4.5 kg).  It is divided into the method used to lose weight (the left column gives the labels) and the amount of weight lost or regained over ten years compared to people in the same group who did not attempt extreme weight loss.  Everyone in the lean group who tried extreme weight loss regained more weight than their peers, up to 7.7 kg (17 lb) heavier, according to the study.  But in the obese group, four of the groups managed to keep more weight ten years later, up to four pounds (1.2 kg) lighter

Don’t go on a weight loss diet if you’re not obese…, according to a Harvard study

Dramatic dieting when you’re not obese could actually harm your health years later, a major study has found. Already fairly lean people who lost 10 pounds (4.5 kg) had a higher risk of type 2 diabetes a decade later compared to their peers who were not extreme dieters. They were also more likely to pile …

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