Let''s Analyze the Results of Most Diet Trends

(Submitted by: Foras Aje)

Sure it is always a great idea to want to better ourselves, be it in our job performances, health, relationships, however one thing that we have to make all efforts to avoid is the tendency to be overly compulsive about our attempts at self ... Read article

Let''s Analyze the Figures and Information About Most Diets

(Submitted by: Foras Aje)

So, its a new year, resolutions have been made and the most common one usually is: Im going to go on a diet to lose all this weight this year!Well, I do not want to be the bearer of any bad news but folks the figures and information ... Read article

The Secret to Losing Weight Without Dieting, Exercise, Pills, or Surgery!

(Submitted by: Jeffrey Hauser)

My wife was obese. When we were first married in our twenties, she was a few pounds overweight. As the years flew by, she began craving more sweets and trending toward larger portions of fattier foods. Every New Years Day, she began a different ... Read article

Are You on a Diet: The Diet Management Manual Owner Waist Book Review

(Submitted by: Andrew Herbert)

If the festive seasons over eating has left you feeling you need to lose that excessive weight and a diet is now in order, then have you tried the third best selling non fiction book in the world, the Diet Management Manual Owner Waist ... Read article

Lose Weight Quickly and Be Healthy With This Diet

(Submitted by: Kelly Price)

Imagine a diet that gives you a wide variety of foods, allows for treats and that will help you live longer, be healthier and happier.Well, if you want to lose weight and enjoy your food this is the perfect diet.Lets take a look at ... Read article

Harmful Diets!

(Submitted by: Siti Saniah Abullah)

While obesity is bad for health but the wrong way to diet can also be harmful to your health. Common examples are anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorders. These are illnesses where extreme emotions, attitudes, and behaviors surround weight ... Read article

Dash into the DASH Diet to Solve Hypertension

(Submitted by: John Christian Sebastian)

What is the DASH diet?. DASH stands for Dietary Approaches for Stopping Hypertension. It is a common term used by physicians all over the United States. Basically it involves a diet which consists of foods that have proven to lower high ... Read article

Making the Atkins Diet Work for You

(Submitted by: Morgan Hamilton)

Several years ago, I decided to go on the Atkins diet because I was a bit overweight. Now, this is the first time that I have done any dieting. I was able to drop 10 pounds on the first week so I could not understand why so many people are always ... Read article

The Acid Alkaline Diet For Optimum Health Restore Your Health By Creating Balance In Your Diet

(Submitted by: Terri Bennett)

The acid alkaline diet for optimum health restore your health by creating balance in your diet!The issue of acid-alkaline balance (or pH balance) is comparatively new.This is an exciting fresh way to reduce your weight by ... Read article

A Quick and Easy Low Calorie Diet That Anyone Can Do With A Product Found In Your Pantry!

(Submitted by: Brenda Wagner)

Here is one of the easiest ways that I have found to lose weight. You do not have to follow a ton of rules, and you do not have to buy a whole lot of groceries either. You may already have the main part of this diet in your pantry! I have done ... Read article


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Obesity's Connection To Cardiovascular Disease Remains Poorly Understood
Obesity rates have escalated dramatically in the last several decades and the condition negatively affects health, but its connection to conditions such as cardiovascular disease (CVD) is complex and not fully understood. In the March issue of the Journal of Investigative Medicine experts say more research is needed to discover the links between obesity and CVD, with particular attention to biological differences between women and men. [click link for full article]

Fuel for the Race of Life with Dean Karnazes
What does it take in food, training and conditioning to 350 continuous miles, foregoing sleep for three nights? What does it take to run accros Death Valley in 126 degree temperatures, and run a marathon to the South Pole in negative 40 degrees. What kind of body does one need to have to swim across the San Francisco Bay, scale Half Dome in Yosemite and mountain-bike for 24-hours straight.? Dean Karnazes knows. He has done all this and more. Men's Fitness Magazine says "Dean Karnazes might just be the fittest man in the world!" On seven different occasions, he's run a 200-mile relay race solo, racing alongside teams of twelve. Dean is a Ten-time Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run Silver Buckle winner, has competed across the globe, and is the 2004 Badwater Ultramarathon champion, considered: 'The World's Toughest Footrace.' We talk with Dean about these extrodinary accomplishments and how he fuels his body and mind to do what he does. Dean is sponsored in part by Nature's Path Foods and he consumes Nature's Path foods for energy.

Fruit Juice: Making Kids Fat?
Research from Australia has concluded that children who drink 2 cups of fruit juice or fruit drinks per day were more likely to be overweight or obese than those who did not. It seems that the more fruit juice consumed, the more chance of being overweight: "Children who drank more than three glasses of soft drink - three quarters...

Obesity Surgery Can Lead To Memory Loss, Other Problems
Weight loss surgery, such as gastric bypass surgery, can lead to a vitamin deficiency that can cause memory loss and confusion, inability to coordinate movement, and other problems, according to a study published in the March 13, 2007, issue of Neurology®, the scientific journal of the American Academy of Neurology. The syndrome, called Wernicke encephalopathy, affects the brain and nervous system when the body doesn't get enough vitamin B1, or thiamine. [click link for full article]

Philips 598: The Phone For Weight-Conscious Women
Philips are releasing a cell phone targeted towards women. What's intriguing about the phone is the feature set. The features include both a Body Mass Index calculator and a Basal Metabolic Rate feature. Apparently women need to be able to calculate their BMI anywhere anytime....

Americans Still Not Eating Enough Fruits And Vegetables, According To Two Recent Studies
"Eat your vegetables" has been heard at the dinner tables of America for a long time. Has the message gotten through? Since 1990 the Dietary Guidelines for Americans has recommended consuming at least two servings of fruits and three servings of vegetables daily. However, two studies published in the April issue of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine clearly show that Americans are not meeting the mark. [click link for full article]