Healthy Weight

  • Body Fat Increases Cancer Risk | Natural Health Blog
    12/18/2018
    New research shows that, for at least one form of cancer, just having a little excess body fat might be a more important predictor than weight.
  • 12/15/2018
    Were you taught as a child to always clean your plate?  If you’ve always been part of the “clean plate club,” it may be time to break this habit.
  • Whole Foods vs Counting Calories | Weight Loss Blog
    3/1/2018
    Confused about what diet plan is the best?  New research may help you formulate a new eating plan by cutting through some of the conflicting diet information. Discover what really works...
  • 1/11/2018
    While it can be very nice to unwind at the end of a long day with a glass of wine, it’s important to keep in mind that this is not a calorie-free endeavor. Find out why those drinks come at such a high caloric cost.
  • Food Ads Create Hunger | Natural Health Blog
    12/4/2017
    Did you ever pass a bakery and feel the need to stop in and buy something just due to the presence of the cakes in the window?  Find out why...
  • Belly Fat & Surgery | Natural Health Blog
    11/28/2017
    New research suggests that carrying belly fat might put you at increased risk if you need to have surgery.
  • 10/5/2017
    Shedding excess weight is not easy, but one little bad habit can make a huge difference. According to new research, even eliminating one can of soda a week can make a difference in your weight. Read more...
  • Slow and Steady Weight Loss | Health Blog
    9/14/2017
    New research suggests that if you want the weight to not only come off, but stay off, you will fare better with a slower pace.
  • Obesity Worldwide Problem | Natural Health Blog
    8/4/2017
    It might not surprise you to hear that obesity rates are increasing around the world, but to see the actual numbers is astounding. United States remains number one.
  • Lose More Weight with a Vegetarian Diet | Weight Loss Blog
    6/24/2017
    New research suggests that going vegetarian “might” make a big difference in turning the corner for losing some of that extra weight.
  • Fiber to Prevent Knee Osteoarthritis | Natural Health Blog
    6/6/2017
    New research shows that you have more control over the eventual fate of your knees, and the key may be in increasing your dietary fiber.
  • Weight and Cancer Risk | Natural Health Blog
    4/13/2017
    Although it becomes harder to lose weight as you age, there are major health benefits involved. New research suggests that being overweight in your 20s sets you up for a higher cancer risk over time.
  • Six Tips For Super Bowl Diet Survival | Health Blog
    2/3/2017
    You can enjoy your Super Bowl party without undoing all the healthiness of the rest of your diet routine. Just plan ahead with a few simple do’s and don’ts.
  • 4 Tips for Avoiding Holiday Weight Gain | Health Blog
    12/15/2016
    Read on for some easy ways to navigate the holidays and still have clothes that fit.
  • Healthy Eating While Watching TV? |  Natural Health Blog
    12/3/2016
    New research suggests that families dining with the TV tend to have less healthy and less positive dining experiences.
  • How To Maintain Weight Loss | Weight Loss Newsletter
    6/4/2016
    If you're severely overweight, it would be tempting to take the findings of the Obesity study as an excuse to give up. That would be a mistake.
  • Reduce Toddlers Sweet Snacks For Healthy Adult Weight | Health Blog
    5/5/2016
    Toddlers who choose to eat sweet snacks rather than salty ones may face a greater risk of becoming overweight children.
  • Sounds of Chewing Cut Portion Sizes | Health Blog
    4/7/2016
    Hearing the sounds we make while eating may keep our consumption levels lower than when they are drowned out by other noises.
  • Less Americans Healthy Today | Health Blog
    4/2/2016
    New research has found that a mere 2.7 percent of Americans meet the minimum criteria for leading a healthy lifestyle.
  • Height and Weight Disadvantages | Health Blog
    3/24/2016
    Shorter men and heavier women may find themselves at a small but noticeable disadvantage when it comes to both education and income levels.
  • Losing Money Motivates Weight Loss | Natural Weight Loss Blog
    3/5/2016
    The threat of losing a monetary reward if an exercise goal is not attained may be more motivating than the potential to earn a reward if the goal is attained.
  • Vacation Weight Gain Caused By Alcohol | Weight Loss Blog
    2/27/2016
    The majority of Americans gain some weight during the course of their vacations and tend not to lose it after they've returned home.
  • Alcohol's Acute Effect on Food Intake
    1/14/2016
    Consuming alcohol impairs the inhibitory control that we normally would use to stop ourselves from overeating.
  • Singles Have Lower Weight | Natural Health Blog
    12/31/2015
    Single men and women who are not cohabiting with a romantic partner may have a lower body mass index (BMI) than their peers who live with a significant other.
  • 11/19/2015
    A new pill takes an "ingenious" approach to cutting your appetite. You swallow the pill, and then the shell dissolves and a balloon the size of a grapefruit automatically inflates.
  • Causes For Weight Gain More Than Calories? | Natural Weight Loss
    11/7/2015
    A recent study concluded that factors other than diet and physical activity may be contributing to the increase in BMI over time. But is it true?
  • Hide Junk Food to Lose Weight | Weigh-Loss Blog
    11/7/2015
    It may be the foods we see many times a day on the kitchen counter and eat without even thinking that cause a weight gain over time.
  • Late Bedtimes and Weight Gain in Teens | Weight Loss Blog
    10/24/2015
    Late night bedtimes rather than fewer hours of sleep per night may be a major factor in unhealthy weight gain in teenagers.
  • Obesity Leads To Alzheimer's | Mental Health Blog
    10/20/2015
    People who are overweight or obese at age 50 have a sharply increased risk of developing early Alzheimer's.
  • Physically Active Teens | Exercise Health Blog
    8/15/2015
    Regular activity during adolescence is associated with health benefits in middle age that include a lower risk of mortality from disease.
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