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      Weight Loss with These Schemes? Fat Chance!

      Desperate to lose weight? You’re not alone. Nearly 70 percent of Americans are overweight or obese, according to the latest statistics. Although some of us accept our expanding girth, others of us are so discouraged by the number on the scale that we’ll try anything that promises quick results. Protect yourself by familiarizing yourself with popular schemes designed to lighten your wallet more...

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      Finding the Innergy to Lose Weight—Before It's Too Late

      Will you be one of the lucky few who are able to maintain a high level of fitness and avoid gaining weight during the holidays? How are these individuals different from those of us who have repeatedly tried and failed to change our eating habits or add exercise to our routine? And how are they able to skip lightly through the special temptations of the holidays?The answer resides in a quality that...

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      Steve Siebold

      Have you tried and failed to lose weight over and over again? A provocative new book suggests it's nobody's fault but yours! Find out why author Steve Siebold is urging people to stop whining and start getting mentally tough. He explains.


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      Peer Counseling: A Surprisingly Effective Approach to Weight Loss?

      In helping overweight and obese men and women achieve weight loss, can low-cost peer mentoring work as well as or better than more expensive treatment delivered by health professionals? Yes, according to the results of a clinical trial led by Dr. Angela Marinilli Pinto, assistant professor at Baruch College, and funded by the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Pinto recently completed a 12-month...

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      Go Ahead and Play with Your Food: Eat Right with Color

      We finally have permission to do what our parents told us to stop doing—play with our food! The American Dietetic Association is giving the go-ahead by sponsoring March National Nutrition Month, celebrated in March. This year’s theme is Eat Right with Color, an idea that provides a perfect opportunity to get creative and have some fun making healthful meals by using fresh and colorful...

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      For Weight Loss, Is When You Eat as Important as What You Eat?

      Do you follow the folk wisdom practice of eating like a king for breakfast, a prince for lunch and a pauper for dinner? Or do you hoard your calories and eat like a pauper throughout the day and like a king at night? If you tell me what time of day you eat your main meal, I'll tell you whether you'll be successful in your weight-loss efforts.This declaration is based on a large-scale study,...

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      Ending it all - Diabetes, that is.

      I started considering bariatric surgery - lap band, stomach stapling, gastric bypass, whatever - about a year ago when it looked like nothing would ever change. I was diagnosed with diabetes about 10 years ago and while I drastically changed my diet, it has only gotten worse over the years until now it's incredibly hard to control. Several doctors have suggested surgery as my best option, but is...

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      Weight Loss and Obesity: Understanding the Brain's Architecture

      The neuroscience of obesity is still in its infancy. Each week, we learn more about the intricate interplay between mind and body. Some of the conclusions of researchers are intuitive. Others are counterintuitive. Some results support the notion that obesity is dictated by genetic coding or lifestyle; other studies assert that obesity is an increasing problem for all mammals, independent of the...

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      What Is My Dangerous Idea

      People will accept your ideas much more readily if you tell them Benjamin Franklin said it first. ~David H. CominsWhat Is Your Dangerous Idea?What do you believe but cannot prove? What is your dangerous idea? What are you optimistic about?These intriguing questions are the subjects of books whose author, John Brockman, challenges our thinking about almost everything. His books are...

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      Obesity: Getting to the Heart of the Matter in Perceptions, Physicians' Roles and Environmental Design

      Viewing the issue of obesity is like viewing a kaleidoscope—every time you turn the scope, you see a different pattern, a different dimension of the problem. The issue may involve medical, economic, psychological, educational, spiritual or even architectural issues. The results of the following research and trends create today’s mosaic: Is Obesity the New Norm? As the problem of obesity...

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