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Weight Loss Tip: Sprinkle Red Chili Peppers on Your Dinner – Here’s Why

Weight Loss Tip: Sprinkle Red Chili Peppers on Your Dinner – Here’s Why

January 12, 2013 | by

Capsaicin, a compound responsible for the hotness of many peppers, is thought to increase the rate at which the body burns fat, ease pain, lower cholesterol and support healthy heart function. The compound is especially studied for its ability to aid in weight loss, where researchers from Purdue University in Indiana found that capsaicin reduces hunger and increases energy expenditure.

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Omega-3 Fatty Acids Shown to Combat Obesity

Omega-3 Fatty Acids Shown to Combat Obesity

January 11, 2013 | by

Research has indicated that omega-3 fatty acids may even help slow down the “fattening” of America. Omega 3’s keep metabolic function in check which helps keep the weight down. In addition, these essential fatty acids also keep the liver and white adipose tissue, which are vital for for fat metabolism, healthy. Omega 3’s also quarterback signals from genes to keep the body from storing calories as fat.

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Sleep Hormone Melatonin Linked to Weight Loss, Heart Disease Prevention

Sleep Hormone Melatonin Linked to Weight Loss, Heart Disease Prevention

January 9, 2013 | by

According to a study conducted at the University of Granada, melatonin can be quite helpful in controlling weight and increasing “good” cholesterol while decreasing “bad” cholesterol. After analyzing the effects melatonin had on obese, diabetic rats, the researchers found that melatonin was able to help prevent “heart diseases associated to obesity and dyslipidemia”.

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Irregular Sleep Tied to Increased Fat Around Organs

Irregular Sleep Tied to Increased Fat Around Organs

December 30, 2012 | by

Sleep is vital not only for surviving, but also for thriving. Researchers at Wake Forest School of Medicine revealed that irregular sleep patterns can lead to unhealthy fat deposits around vital organs. This dangerous fat accumulates around the middle region of the body and is extremely dangerous.

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Mother’s Obesity May Lead to Infertility in the Next Generation

Mother’s Obesity May Lead to Infertility in the Next Generation

December 26, 2012 | by

Research shows that obese women are at a much greater risk of developing diabetes, hypertension, certain cancers including breast and ovarian and coronary artery disease, but that isn’t all. Being overweight could even lead to infertility in offspring.

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The Sleep Factor: Understanding How Sleep Affects Your Weight

The Sleep Factor: Understanding How Sleep Affects Your Weight

December 17, 2012 | by

People in America are constantly looking to slim down. Shedding the pounds seems to be near the highest level of priorities for many people, despite the fact that America is showing no sign of slimming down on a grand scale. Many factors must be inspected to determine why someone is overweight.

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4 Proven Natural Weight Loss Tips for How to Lose Visceral Fat

4 Proven Natural Weight Loss Tips for How to Lose Visceral Fat

July 26, 2012 | by

It’s not all about looking good. Roll your eyes if you must: everybody’s beautiful in some way. But visceral fat—fat inside the abdomen—is little more than a time bomb wrapped around a belly.Visceral obesity results in fatty acids accumulation in the pancreas, heart, liver, and other organs.

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Exercises to Reduce Stomach Fat – 5 Exercises to Do at Home!

Exercises to Reduce Stomach Fat – 5 Exercises to Do at Home!

July 17, 2012 | by

A fat stomach is connected with numerous health issues including a higher risk for heart disease and diabetes, and a doubled risk of premature death. But losing belly fat isn’t always easy. While your diet is the most important contributor to obesity, staying active is crucial as well. Luckily, there are a number of exercises to reduce stomach fat you can do right at home!

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5 Foods to Boost Metabolism and Accelerate Fat Loss

5 Foods to Boost Metabolism and Accelerate Fat Loss

June 5, 2012 | by

The prospect of using foods to boost metabolism and enhance fat loss may sound bizarre to some, but a number of fat-reducing foods do exist that may be simpler than you think. You see over time, our bodies transition from being constantly craving nutrients and growing to their fully grown adult state. The nutrient hungry phase is driven primarily by the metabolic system, the breaking down of nutrients into a format that our whole body can use for a period of time.

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How to Burn Fat and Become More Fit

How to Burn Fat and Become More Fit

June 5, 2012 | by

Whether you’re looking to fit into your old jeans or to just lose a few pounds, getting rid of fat deposit is critical for both aesthetics and overall health. Weight loss and fat loss are not the same thing; weight loss can be the result of dehydration or muscle loss – no positive indicators of good rising health. If you’re looking to get into the best shape of your life and attain the body of your dreams, then losing fat should be your goal. Here are some guidelines that can help you to lose fat instead of muscle, and boost your overall health.

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