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How to Effectively Combine Exercise and Nutrition for Optimal Weight Loss

How to Effectively Combine Exercise and Nutrition for Optimal Weight Loss

March 29, 2012 | by

When it comes to shedding the highest amount of pounds and keeping them off for good, cardio training is the ideal approach. Not only that, but engaging in cardio training on a regular basis decreases the chances of heart-related problems, prevents colds, lessens stress, improves sex life, boosts stamina, and much more. To lose weight for good, you need to develop healthy life-long eating habits, and the best way to do that is by using a food diary.

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Chocolate Can Help Accelerate Healthy Fat Loss

Chocolate Can Help Accelerate Healthy Fat Loss

March 27, 2012 | by

Chocolate is typically considered an unhealthy food by some, but the truth of the matter is that real chocolate (not processed candy junk, but high quality and organic) actually possesses a large number of serious health benefits. New research confirms that staying slim is one such positive characteristic. To the delight of chocolate lovers, the study found that those who eat chocolate regularly tend to be thinner than those who do not.

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3 Powerful Yet Natural Fat Loss Methods Without Dangerous Diet Pills

3 Powerful Yet Natural Fat Loss Methods Without Dangerous Diet Pills

February 29, 2012 | by

The FDA is setting up to approve the first prescription weight-loss medication since 1999, but will this risky appetite suppressant really lead to effective fat loss? And more importantly, at what cost? Trendy fat loss pills have a history of being recalled over serious health concerns, in addition to being called out for simply not working. With 75 million obese adults in the U.S., and an obesity rate of nearly 35%, something must be done. The most potent form of lasting fat loss starts in your kitchen, and it costs absolutely nothing.

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Massive Pesticide Exposure Inflating Global Obesity Crisis

Massive Pesticide Exposure Inflating Global Obesity Crisis

January 13, 2012 | by

Among the toxic substances that you are exposed to on a daily basis, pesticides are one of the most ubiquitous. Second only to genetically modified ingredients, pesticides inhabit the majority of conventional produce and have been repeatedly found to wreak havoc on your body. New findings have pinpointed growing exposure to pesticides as a contributor to the obesity crisis that is currently sweeping the globe. What’s more is that the study reached these conclusions when studying one of the most commonly used pesticides in the world.

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Fatty Processed Foods Trigger Addiction, Brain Damage

Fatty Processed Foods Trigger Addiction, Brain Damage

January 7, 2012 | by

Although there are many surprising culprits behind obesity and weight gain, recent research may reveals some shocking information every overweight person should know about. A recent study published in The Journal of Clinical Investigation shows that junk food has a brain-altering effect which makes you eat it more of it. High-fat food processed food consumption causes damage to the hypothalmus part of your brain – an area responsible for levels of hunger, thirst, and the body’s natural rhythms and cycles.

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2 Vital Steps for Beginning a Running Program

2 Vital Steps for Beginning a Running Program

January 6, 2012 | by

Going from being overweight and sedentary to being a true runner is really difficult. In fact, most beginners, overweight or not, can’t make it to the 2nd week of training. They either give up or jump on another fitness program. Regardless, starting running—or any other training program—the right way is the recipe for long term success. Here are the 2 steps you need to make to start running the right way so you can get the most out of your training program while steering clear of injury and setbacks.

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3 Natural Fat Loss Solutions

3 Natural Fat Loss Solutions

December 5, 2011 | by

It is oftentimes a challenge to maintain a low body fat percentage when following a modern day schedule. Without enough time to prepare a fresh and balanced meal each day, you may find yourself packing on the pounds. Outside of eliminating the key factors that are most likely contributing to the unwanted accumulation of fat such as ubiquitous high-fructose corn syrup and excess sugar, a number of scientifically proven natural fat loss solutions do exist that can help you in the fight against excess fat.

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5 Surprising Culprits Behind Obesity and Weight Gain

5 Surprising Culprits Behind Obesity and Weight Gain

November 21, 2011 | by

There is no doubt that the western diet holds most of the weight regarding the escalating obesity epidemic we are facing today. Ingesting overly large portions of foods containing fat-promoting ingredients coupled with an inactive lifestyle is the perfect recipe for a gigantic disaster.

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Liposuction Not a Permanent Weight Loss Solution | Fat Returns and Relocates

Liposuction Not a Permanent Weight Loss Solution | Fat Returns and Relocates

October 26, 2011 | by

Obesity is a global and nation-wide problem, and everyone knows it. Obesity rates are steadily climbing, and what’s worse is that many people feel powerless when it comes to losing or maintaining weight. Resting at a maintained weight isn’t terribly difficult to do, but it isn’t quite as easy as it used to be either.

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Having a Tonsillectomy is Associated with Weight Gain in Children

Having a Tonsillectomy is Associated with Weight Gain in Children

October 26, 2011 | by

One would think that tonsils have absolutely no connection with weight gain. Similarly, no one would expect a link between gum health and erectile dysfunction. But research shows both cases to be true, and studies indicate that going through tonsillectomy, sugary removing the tonsils, can result in weight gain.

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