Thursday, June 7, 2012

Safe Weight-Loss Tips for Wedding Season

Safe Weight-Loss Tips for Wedding Season
U.S. News & World Report
News media were abuzz recently with stories of brides resorting to the KE Diet, in which a feeding tube funnels a slow drip of 800 calories of protein, water, and fat—no carbs— from the nose, down the esophagus, and into a person's stomach each day ...

Diet goggles: Can virtual reality glasses help you lose weight?
Los Angeles Times
Now try the goggle diet. Researchers at the University of Tokyo have invented a pair of goggles that may help people lose weight by making it look like what they are eating is bigger than it is. Put on the goggles and suddenly a normal-size Oreo looks ...

Lifestyle vies with heredity in centenarian stakes
By Patricia Reaney | NEW YORK (Reuters) - Genetics may be the best predictor of longevity, butlifestyle choices, including staying connected with family and friends, are key components to reaching the age of 100, according to a new poll released on ...

New products make sticking to a nutritious diet easier than ever
And with decadent flavors like Cinnamon Roll, Coconut Cashew, and Strawberry Cheesecake, Quest protein bars are a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth without wrecking your diet. Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt Bars: These bars, available in blueberry, ...

Benefits of keeping dairy in your diet
ABC2 News
Health experts say people who cut dairy out all together may be missing out on vital nutrients. When she's in the mood for a snack, Celine Sanguinetti has to be careful. She's lactose intolerant. "When I drink milk it makes me feel sick a couple hours ...

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VIDEO from Nature Made and Synaptic Digital: A Month-By-Month Approach to ...
MarketWatch (press release)
"Eating a well-balanced diet, keeping to an exercise or fitness routine and properly maintaining one's weight are all tactics to support a healthy lifestyle," said Dr. Melina. "As a doctor specializing in nutrition and weight loss, I developed 'The ...

Celeb trend of 'IV vitamins' not a good idea
Receiving vitamins through an intravenous drip may be the latest Hollywood health craze, but there's little evidence the practice has any health benefits, experts say. Don't miss these Health stories Courtesy of the ISMP Eye burns linked to Clear Care ...

Bill O'Reilly credits no-wheat diet to his weight loss
WICHITA, Kansas -- Well into harvest, combines across Kansas are cutting wheat, and so did Bill O'Reilly, right out of his diet. "Since then, my cholesterol has dropped, my allergies have left, my waist size is down two inches, just for giving up wheat ...

Diet Glasses: The Next Must-Have Weight-Loss Product?
By Diane Bullock June 6, 2012 02:10 PM Remember that old diet trick of placing our meals on smaller pieces of dinnerware so as to make our portions appear bigger; and thus duping our brains into thinking we were eating more while becoming sated with ...

Poor diet, inactivity plague NS kids
“Nova Scotia is a province with high rates of chronic disease and illness, which if left unchecked will have long-term impacts on our health-care system,” Dr. Robert Strang, chief public health officer of Nova Scotia, said Wednesday in a news release ...

Steady diet of major change
Stockton Record
That unhealthy lifestyle continued through early 2011 until an intervention by family members and an episode that nearly killed Haddad. At the time, he weighed 420 pounds on a 5-foot-11 frame, wore size 62 pants, and his body mass index was 59, ...

Learn about good diet at North Suburban branches
Rockford Register Star
By Anonymous LOVES PARK — Rockford Health System will present benefits of a heart-healthy diet at the North Suburban Library District's two locations. The program will outline risk factors for heart disease and the role of high cholesterol and ...

LeeAnn Weintraub: Mediterranean diet improves total well-being
Daily Breeze
The Mediterranean diet, consisting of foods commonly found in cuisine in Mediterranean countries, has been a popular diet in the United States for years. Foods that are a part of the diet include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, healthy sources of ...

HEALTHY EATING: Pack nutrition into diets of hungry teens
The Patriot Ledger
Never put your teen on a calorie-restricted diet because this could inhibit growth and development. Focus instead on the quality of the diet, making sure to have balanced meals with vegetables, protein and nutritious starch options, such as brown rice, ...

Vitamin IV drips: Latest celebrity trend offers no health benefits
Mother Nature Network
Vitamin IVs may help some patients with particular conditions, but most people should rely on receiving their vitamins through a healthy diet, say doctors. By Rachael Rettner, MyHealthNewsDailyWed, Jun 06 2012 at 10:39 AM EST Receiving vitamins through ...

Mother Nature Network

Whether kids need supplement for diet depends on many factors
Dairy products • These provide the bone-building nutrients calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and vitamin D. These very important nutrients also are needed for heart health and muscle strength. Some studies suggest vitamin D can help prevent autoimmune ...

Mediterranean Diet Can Help You Live 'Better'
Olive Oil Times
... to Spanish researchers from the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and University of Navarra, adherence to a Mediterranean style diet rich in olive oil, fruits, vegetables and fish is associated with better mental and physical health.

In Old Age, Exercise More Closely Tied to Health Than Diet
Similarly, 46% of seniors who are not obese rate their health as excellent or very good versus 31% of those who are obese. Those who eat healthy and do not smoke are also more likely to be in excellent or very good health than those who do not -- but ...

Health battle over sugary drinks attend 'National Soda Summit'
WDIV Detroit
Health advocates along with nutrition and medical experts will meet in the Nation's Capital for the first ever National Soda Summit. The group will focus on improving public health by reducing consumption of soda and other sugar-based drinks.

Love junk food? Your baby will like it too
Times of India
MELBOURNE: A new Australian study has found that pregnant rats who were fed a diet of junk food produced offsprings with a taste for sweet and salty treats, a research that can have implications for human beings as well. Even when fed a healthy diet ...

Health Department to host 'Eat Healthy, Be Active' event
Daytona Times
June 14: “Healthy Eating I.” Learn about the importance of “your plate” and the small changes you can make in your diet to improve your health through the foods you eat. June 21: “Healthy Eating II.” Learn how to read nutrition labels, modify recipes ...

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of a Big Gulp
(Even if you can tell the difference between Coke and Diet Coke, you can't claim that the difference is very large.) And unlike a regulated pharmaceutical drug, a single dose of Coca-Cola won't kill you. Furthermore, there are less intrusive ...

Raw Intentions: New raw-foods eatery caters to health-conscious
Tulsa World
But for people with health issues who might be helped by a raw-food diet, some vegetarians, vegans and those just looking for something uniquely different, a raw-foods restaurant can be a beacon of light in a massively tainted world.

Changing diet will help to curb chronic disease
Hudson Valley Press
Many of these chronic diseases have been caused by poor diet, bad nutrition and inappropriate eating habits - and these trends are even more pronounced in America's Hispanic communities. To change our health, one cardiologist points to a relatively ...

Should you be taking cholesterol medication?
Bend Bulletin
By Sharon Begley / Saturday Evening Post An avid cyclist who adheres to a healthy diet, does not smoke, and doesn't have heart disease, Hadler, a professor of medicine at the University of North Carolina, knows that a reading above 200 for total ...

Lifestyle Matters: Specific Recommendations
Lifestyle impacts different cancers differently. While healthy diet, regular exercise and ideal weight generally improve the outlook for most cancer warriors, current research offers specific advice for specific types of the disease.

A Diet Plan That Fattens Your Pockets
CisionWire (press release)
Boomer generation health experts and authors, Dian and Tom Griesel offer tips to fatten your pockets while dieting. Most diets encourage us to purchase specific foods or supplements, order exercise equipment or join a gym.

Bloomy targets big sodas
Queens Campaigner
City Health Commissioner Thomas Farley, accompanied by Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services Linda Gibbs, discusses the mayor's proposed ban on the sale of large sodas and other sugary drinks. AP Photo/Richard Drew Queens leaders had unyielding ...

Discover Jane Fonda's diet secrets to enjoying a "robust, sexy life" at 74
Although Jane claims that the secret to her youthful looks and beautiful body is "attitude," it's more likely that much of the credit goes to Jane's careful diet and fitnessprogram. Jane didn't start her current low-fat diet until age 44.

More Proof That Healthy Habits Fight Disease
Philadelphia Inquirer
The studies looked at how eating fish reduces the risk of colon and rectal cancer; how regular teeth cleaning improves cardiovascular health; how primary-care doctors can help patients lose weight; how low-dose aspirin can reduce cancer risk; ...

Diet is for weight loss, exercise is for fitness? - 3 Fat Chicks ...
I've seen this mantra on several posts. But here's my question: if I burn an additional 500 calories at the gym Nd don't eat any more to compensate,

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