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How being cold may one day help people lose weight and protect against diabetes – Washington Post

Aug, 13th 2017 11:43 pm, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Could shivering in the cold be a way to shed pounds and possibly prevent diabetes? Exposure to cold is the most well-known and well-studied mechanism for switching on energy-burning brown fat, which seems to protect mice from developing obesity. It remains to be seen whether the same process can help people. Continue reading

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The Keto dietis eating more fat the key to weight loss? – Medical Xpress

Aug, 13th 2017 11:43 pm, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Credit: Arizona State University Models, athletes and celebrities swear by the ketogenic “keto” diet to help shed those unwanted pounds. The keto diet encourages eating more cheese, butter and bacon; it’s a low-carb, high-fat diet akin to the Atkins Diet created in 1972 by cardiologist Robert C. Continue reading

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Intermittent fasting, nutritional cleansing – Thegardenisland.com

Aug, 13th 2017 11:43 pm, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Fasting is not a new concept to humans nor are the benefits newly recorded. Virtually all major religions include periods or elements of fasting throughout the year within their rituals. Many religions use fasting as a means to cleanse not only the body but also the mind Continue reading

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This Redditor Just Dropped A Truth Bomb About The Huge ‘Lie’ That Kept Him From Losing Weight – Women’s Health

Aug, 12th 2017 3:42 pm, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

RELATED: 7 Changes To Make If You Want To Lose 20 Pounds Or More Now, UpOwlNight says hes figured out why. It’s so weird to me, that after I admit it and accept it, that I realize I’ve always known I was lying to myself, he writes Continue reading

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Are gastric balloons safe? After several deaths, the FDA isn’t sure – Metro US

Aug, 12th 2017 3:42 pm, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Gastric balloons are quickly becoming the go-to option for people who want to lose weight but dont want surgery. However, its not an easy fix and some patients have experienced dangerous and even deadly results. On Thursday, the U.S Continue reading

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Must Know: 5 Harsh Realities About Weight Loss – Doctor NDTV

Aug, 12th 2017 3:42 pm, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

It is easy to lose weight but maintaining the weight loss is a tedious and a never-ending challenge. You require determination, proper know- how and realistic goals. Initially starting with small changes in diet and exercise to achieve long term weight loss Continue reading

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Does Fasting Work? – Study Breaks

Aug, 12th 2017 3:42 pm, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Theres no escaping the cruel, foremost rule of weight loss: You must eat less, or move more. This archaic, unforgiving reality is shaped by the laws of thermodynamics themselves, and in an age where food is plentiful, along with lifestyles that require far less activity, this rule has become the bane of dieters everywhere in the current generation. At least, it was, until it somehow became trendy to effectively starve yourself. Continue reading

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This summer, a College of Charleston student is studying the type of brain tumor that John McCain has – Charleston Post Courier

Aug, 12th 2017 3:42 pm, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Steve Frederico wanted to go to the College of Charleston to play baseball. He’d spent most of his childhood on a baseball field, traveling around the country with his club team, dreaming that one day he might make it to the major leagues. All that changed his freshman year when he signed up for an introductory neuroscience course Continue reading

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Weight loss: Simple diet tip claims you should cut THIS food you eat daily from your plan – Express.co.uk

Aug, 11th 2017 5:49 am, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

A weight loss study, published on July 17, from the Canadian Medical Association Journal found that one ingredient many Britons eat every day could be making them fat. The report found artificial sweeteners may be associated with long-term weight gain and increased risk of obesity. Continue reading

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Diet drinks and food actually trigger weight gain and diabetes, says new study – Telegraph.co.uk

Aug, 11th 2017 5:49 am, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

For the new study, scientists scanned the brains of 15 people when they were drinking diet drinks, and compared them to regular beverages. They also monitored how much energy was burned by the body. They found when there was a mismatch between sweetness and calories – as is often the case with diet drinks or foods because they are not as sugary – the calories fail to trigger the bodys metabolism. Continue reading

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