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How You Can Maintain a Healthy Weight

You cannot live a full life if you think about weight constantly, or if weight issues have become the bane of your existence. I’ve spent my career and much of my own energy taking care of weight issues. Don’t let … Continue reading

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Tuna Melt – FAST

This is total no brainer food… a fast lunch that is extremely nutritious and so delicious. I layer my scoop of tuna and cheese on top of a beautiful slice of ripe tomato as a base for my melt or … Continue reading

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Is There Any Fast Food That Is Healthy?

Fast food is widely known to be high in calories, fat and sodium, and many Americans eat it on a daily basis. There are some options that can make fast food healthier. Some fast food restaurants have responded to the … Continue reading

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Fast Food: A Nighttime Trend?

Dietitians say late-night trips to the local drive-through may have an impact on our waistlines. By Katherine Kam WebMD Weight Loss Clinic – Feature Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD Craving a burrito at 11 p.m.? Taco Bell stands ready to serve … Continue reading

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Obesity & Health Consequences – Medical Co-Morbidities & Associated Problems

It’s Not Just The Way You Look In a day and age when physical appearance counts for so much, the desire to look better and feel more confident is often our key motivation for losing weight. But being overweight or … Continue reading

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New strategies against obesity comorbidities

Worldwide obesity prevalence has nearly doubled since 1980.1 As obesity continues to increase at a dramatic rate, the risk for its associated comorbidities is skyrocketing as well. Obese adults are at risk for many serious health conditions, including diabetes, coronary … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Protein

High-protein, low-carbohydrate diets are the hottest thing since sliced flank steak, and every food marketer in the known universe appears to want a piece of the protein pie. Body builders are snatching, grabbing, and gulping down protein shakes. Dieters are … Continue reading

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The Importance of a High Protein Diet

Protein is one of the building blocks of life and it’s consumption is essential for stimulating the growth of cells and helping to repair body tissue. There are 20 different compounds we call amino acids. Different combinations of these make up … Continue reading

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Pumpkin-Pecan Oatmeal with Pears

Ingredients: 1 cup non-fat milk ½ cup non-fat powdered milk ½ teaspoon pumpkin pie spice 1 cup quick cooking oats (uncooked) ½ cup canned pumpkin puree 2 cups canned pears in juice (diced) 2 tablespoons sugar substitute 8 ounces light … Continue reading

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27 Ideas for a Healthier Breakfast

Not only is breakfast the first food and drink your body has had in more than 8 hours, but studies find that what you eat for breakfast influences what you eat the rest of the day. Additionally, people who eat … Continue reading

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