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How to Lose Weight Quickly and Safely (for Teen Girls)

Oct, 13th 2017 3:51 pm, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

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Most teens feel self-conscious about their bodies, especially if you can afford to shed a few pounds. The secret to losing weight quickly and safely is not really a secret: eat fewer calories than you burn each day and do consistent exercise, even if it’s just a brisk walk. These aren’t hard things to do on their own, but they are hard to do consistently. Whenever you get discouraged, remember that millions of people just like you have been in this position. Stay in it for the long haul and you’ll eventually lose the weight you want to.

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Eat plenty of plant-based foods. This might include fruits, vegetables, beans, legumes, and grains. Base your diet around staples like rice, oatmeal, couscous, quinoa, yellow potatoes, and sweet potatoes. It may sound bizarre to be consuming white rice and potatoes, but these foods do not make you fat. Look at the traditional Chinese diet, where they regularly consume these starches yet remain one of the slimmest cultures in the world. Eat until you are satisfied, but not until you are stuffed. Do not restrict or starve yourself.



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Keep a glass of water beside your bed. It is common to wake up due to thirst. The body needs the water’s energy to burn even more fat!


Sleep straight and take deep breaths. Sleeping on either sides of the body makes it hard for blood to run around which also helps in weight loss. When you are lying straight on the bed before sleeping, take deep, long breaths and hold them for as long as you can. Breathe slow and easy. This should act as a command for the body to help you fall asleep and start flushing down fats.

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Detox Diets: Do They Work? Are They Healthy?

Oct, 13th 2017 3:50 pm, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

The Promise

They’re popular, but they aren’t proven to do what they say they’ll do: flush toxins out of your system. In fact, they may be risky and even backfire.

Still thinking about it? You should know this first.

That depends on the particular detox diet you’re following. There are many of them. Some involve fasting, or just drinking liquids. Others allow some foods, like fruits and vegetables. They typically are short diets — they’re not a way of eating you can stick with in the long run.

You’ll be hungry and may feel weak. Whether or not a detox diet is safe depends on the plan and how long you stay on it.

Most people dont feel good on low-calorie, nutrient-poor diets. Potential side effects include low energy, low blood sugar, muscle aches, fatigue, feeling dizzy or lightheaded, and nausea.

If the idea of detoxing appeals, you might try “clean” eating that focuses on vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and lean protein — basically, whole foods without a lot of processing. That’s good for you and more likely to give you results that last, especially if you make exercise a habit.

Limitations: You’re going to go without a lot of the foods you usually eat. Detox diets are typically very rigid and involve eating the same few things over and over.

Cooking and shopping: Depends on the detox plan you’re following. Because there’s not a lot you’re allowed to eat, you won’t have a long shopping list and prep work should be minimal.

Packaged foods or meals: Some detox plans recommend herbs, pills, powders, enemas, and other forms of colon cleansing. Methods vary and often include products that are only available from the authors web site.

In-person meetings? No.

Exercise : Not required, and you may not have the energy for it, because you’re not getting that many calories.

Costs: Besides your grocery shopping, a detox diet may also call for some supplements and other products, which vary in cost.

Support: None, except for resources you may find online.

Does It Work?

If your goal is weight loss, a detox diet might help you drop a few pounds, but youll likely just gain it back. In the end, you havent accomplished anything, and its certainly not a healthy approach.

If your goal is to detox your system, dont waste your time or money. Your body is an expert at getting rid of toxins no matter what you eat. Toxins dont build up in your liver, kidneys, or any other part of your body, and youre not going to get rid of them with the latest detox wonder. Especially avoid diets that promise to detox your liver with supplements or cleanse whatever the diet determines needs washing out.

The only type of detox diet that is worthwhile is one that limits processed, high-fat, and sugary foods, and replaces them with more whole foods likefruits and vegetables. That clean-eating approach is your best bet to getting your body in tip-top shape.

Is It Good for Certain Conditions?

Not only are detox diets not good for people with certain medical conditions, they could be harmful. There is no research showing they improve blood pressure or cholesterol or have a positive effect on the heart. For people with diabetes, they may be quite dangerous. Any diet that severely restricts what you eat could lead to dangerously low blood sugar if you take medicine for diabetes.

The exception would be a detox diet that just focuses on clean-eating. This approach would be great for anyone living with high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, and even heart disease.

The Final Word

Weve heard a great deal about detox diets in recent years. But its all hype with no health benefits. There are many ways to get your body clean and healthy. This isnt one of them.

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Fad Diets: Why They Don’t Work & What To Do Instead

Oct, 13th 2017 3:50 pm, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

If you’ve followed a fad diet, you have plenty of company. But have you been able to stay on these deprivation diets for a long time? And if you did lose weight, did the pounds stay off once you went back to your usual way of eating?

Fad diets don’t help you keep off the weight in the long term. So what does work? The best diet is not a diet at all, but a way of life that includes food you enjoy, exercise, and healthy habits.

Here’s some simple, straightforward advice.

Just as a car needs the proper gasoline to make it run, a body needs a healthy diet to develop properly. That means the right balance of protein, carbohydrates, and fat — as well as a host of other nutrients.

When you go on a fad diet and exclude necessary nutrients, you’re putting yourself at risk for becoming ill. Getting too little of any nutrient may not cause an immediate problem. But if it’s lacking for a long time, you may find you have health problems.

Food servings have grown larger and larger over the years. And fast-food restaurants aren’t the only places you’ll find supersized meals. Researchers have noted that from 1970 through the 1990s, portion sizes of hamburgers, burritos, tacos, french fries, sodas, ice cream, pie, cookies, and salty snacks increased — whether the foods were eaten at home or at restaurants.

What does a healthy serving size look like?

Here are some simple tricks to scale back your portions (and calories):

If you need more information on weight loss and dieting, talk to your health care provider or a registered dietitian. Ask your doctor about your “ideal” weight and the number of calories you must eat to lose pounds and maintain an ideal weight.

Also, ask friends, family, or co-workers to join you as you work to change your eating habits and pare down your weight. Sticking to a weight loss plan is much easier when you have someone to support you.


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RACGP – Obesity recommendations for management in …

Oct, 12th 2017 6:50 am, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Mariee Grima

John B Dixon

It is well recognised that Australia has one of the highest prevalences of overweight and obesity in the developed world, and that this is the greatest contributing factor, along with ageing, to the chronic disease burden in our society. Predictions are confronting; close to 80% of Australian adults are predicted by be obese by the year 2025. The determinants of obesity are multifactorial and are influenced by early life environments as well as genetics. Prevention is failing due to many factors including a poor understanding of these determinants as well as reluctance to act at a government/community level.

This article aims to provide a practical approach to weight management in general practice with a focus on some of the more intensive interventions beyond the first line lifestyle modification advice.

General practitioners are often well placed to identify overweight and obesity. Patient engagement in management is critical, as for any chronic disease. Treatment needs to be evidence based and focused on a broad range of health outcomes, not simply on weight. Intensive interventions to potentiate weight loss may involve use of very low energy diets, pharmacotherapy and bariatric surgery. Referral to specialist weight assessment and management clinics, where available may be appropriate, particularly for complex cases with more severe comorbidity.

Obesity is a complex, chronic, relapsing condition and, along with ageing, is the greatest contributing factor to chronic disease burden in our society. It is well recognised that Australia has one of the highest prevalences of overweight and obesity in the developed world, affecting over 60% of adults and 25% of children and adolescents; this figure is predicted to increase to close to 80% of adults by the year 2025.1,2 One-quarter of Australian adults are considered to be obese (body mass index [BMI] >30 kg/m2), and numbers affected by this more severe form of overweight are rising exponentially.2,3 The economic burden associated with the epidemic proportions of obesity in Australia has been attributed to the overall healthcare cost of $58.2 billion in 2008, with direct healthcare costs in excess of $8 billion per year.4 These figures are only likely to increase, further straining health services.

The major determinants of obesity are multifaceted, surprisingly poorly understood and extend well beyond simplistic explanations about high energy Western diets and obligatory reductions in human movement.5 The interplay between humans and the environment, influenced by genes, epigenetic default metabolic programming, the intrauterine environment and early infant feeding practices set the scene in the early years for weight trajectory throughout life.6 The list of comorbidities associated with both excess weight and the metabolic consequences of obesity is extensive and encompasses chronic disease, as well as functional and psychosocial disability (Table 1).7 Furthermore, it is well established that increasing levels of obesity are associated with poor overall quality of life and increased morbidity and mortality.8

Prevention of obesity is failing for many reasons including: a poor understanding of the obesity determinants and evidence regarding what influences them, political inertia associated with a modern market economy, and philosophical views of personal responsibility versus regulation and whole of community involvement. Treatment strategies for obesity should ideally follow a chronic disease model of care with a patient centred focus and initial use of lifestyle and micro-environmental interventions, with escalation to more intensive interventions as dictated by the severity of disease and response to therapy.9,10 Treatment needs to be evidence based and focused on a broad range of health outcomes, not simply on weight. Excellent management of medical, psychological and physical co-morbidity are critical to engaging patients in weight loss interventions, improving function and quality-of-life, and reducing morbidity and mortality. It is also important to note that not all methods to treat obesity are equally effective. This article addresses first-line treatment with lifestyle modification in general practice and then focusses on appropriate use of more intensive treatments to support weight loss as well as identifying indications for referral to specialist weight management clinics.

General practitioners are often the first healthcare providers to identify overweight or obesity. Treatment should be individualised with careful consideration given to the severity of the problem and associated complications using the 5As approach for weight management: Ask and Assess, Advise, Assist and Arrange (Table 2).7

Establish a therapeutic relationship, communicate and provide care in a way that is person centred, culturally sensitive, non-directive and non-judgemental

It is important to assess the level of obesity by BMI, distribution of weight (waist circumference), and the extent of co-morbidity, in order to provide effective treatment and assess level of disease risk (Table 3).7,11,12 Patient engagement as a central agent in management is fundamental. The therapeutic partnership is critical in delivering long term health outcomes as for any other chronic disease.9


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Obese class I


Very high


Obese class II

Very high

Very high


Obese class III

Extremely high

Extremely high

* Disease risk for type 2 diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease Increased WC can also be a marker for increased risk even in persons of normal weight Reproduced from the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN). Management of obesity. A national clinical guideline. Edinburgh: SIGN; Year. (SIGN publication no. 115). [cited 10 July 2013]. Available from URL:

Optimal management of obesity in time poor general practice requires a team care approach involving those specifically trained and experienced in obesity management. These may include dieticians, practice nurses, commercial weight management programs, exercise physiologists and psychologists.7 General practitioners are encouraged to identify, engage and regularly communicate with local weight management providers and to refer those with resistant severe complex obesity for specialised assessment and management recommendations.7 The evidence demonstrating the benefits of weight loss is well documented. Modest weight loss of 510% of starting weight can result in significant health benefits, with substantial weight loss offering even greater improvements in obesity related comorbidities. Weight loss for most isnt easy. Regulation of body weight is carefully controlled by a range of highly efficient homeostatic mechanisms that work to prevent weight loss rather than to protect against weight gain.1315 In addition, factors predisposing an obese patient to weight gain such as certain medications, smoking status, a patients weight history and readiness to change can significantly impact on weight loss success.7 These factors and mechanisms challenge successful weight loss and long term weight maintenance for the obese patient and should be taken into careful consideration, especially when planning interventions.

Despite these difficulties, lifestyle interventions remain the first line treatment for overweight and obesity. General practitioners should make patients aware of the health risks associated with increases in BMI and the benefits that can be derived from lifestyle change, even when independent of weight loss.7 The initial approach to weight loss and lifestyle change should include an emphasis on healthy eating with a subsequent reduction in energy intake, in line with the Australian Dietary Guidelines 2013.16 Increasing levels of physical activity and reductions in sedentary behaviour should also be encouraged.7,12,16,17 Psychological therapies to support behaviour change may also be of assistance.

Intensive interventions to potentiate weight loss may involve use of very low energy diets (VLEDs), pharmacotherapy and bariatric surgery. A summary of the weight loss effects of each weight management intervention is shown in Figure 1.

Figure 1. Average weight loss of subjects completing a minimum 1 year weight management intervention; based on review of 80 studies (N=26 455; 18 199 completers [69%])26

VLEDs (30 or BMI >27 with obesity related comorbidities. When used under the medical supervision of a GP and dietician, VLEDs are able to induce rapid weight loss and have been shown to achieve an average weight loss of 1820% with better sustained weight reduction.18 In addition to weight loss effects, the rapid weight loss offered by VLEDs has been shown to improve glycaemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes, improve blood pressure and reduce total cholesterol. VLEDs involve replacing all meals with a specific meal replacement formula (additional food can be carefully added) during the intensive early phase. These high protein-low carbohydrate diets induce fat burning and mild ketosis, which results in suppression of hunger and promotion of satiety. Treatment duration with a VLED is generally 812 weeks, however, safe year-long use under strict medical supervision has been reported.19 In addition, VLEDs are safe and effective when used to assist with long term weight maintenance in either an intermittent or on-demand fashion.20

VLEDs may not be suitable for use for all obese patients and it is important to consider the costs associated with purchasing suitable nutritionally complete meal replacements. VLEDs are contraindicated for use in pregnant or lactating women, infants, children, adolescents (under 18 years), elderly (over 65 years), patients with a history of psychological disturbances, alcohol misuse or drug abuse, in the presence of porphyria, recent myocardial infarction or unstable angina.7 Monitoring and support of patients on VLEDs is required for success (Table 4). Training on the use of VLEDs is available and should be sought by practices wanting to effectively utilise this intensive intervention with suitable overweight or obese patients.

Pharmacotherapy for the treatment of obesity should be considered for use as an adjunct to lifestyle intervention in patients with a BMI >30 or BMI >27 with obesity related comorbidities.21 Weight loss medications used in the treatment of obesity can act centrally to increase levels of satiety or act on the gastrointestinal tract to restrict nutrient absorption. Table 5 describes the pharmacological agents that may be used to treat obesity.7,17 Care, consideration and close monitoring is essential when prescribing these medications. The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently approved two new medications: lorcaserin and phentermine-topiramate.

Without diabetes treated with atypical anti-psychotics: 4.8% body weight (CI: 8.01.6) following 1214 weeks treatment29

With diabetes:2.8 kg (CI: 3.42.3) following minimum 20 weeks treatment31

15 mg phentermine plus 92 mg topiramate: 10.2 kg (CI: 10.49.3) following 56 weeks treatment33

These medicines are not yet approved for use by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) in Australia.21 It is important to note that the safety and efficacy of co-administration of lorcaserin or phentermine-topiramate with other products for weight loss, and the effects of these medications on cardiovascular morbidity and mortality, have not yet been established.

Bariatric surgery should be considered for patients with a BMI >40 or with a BMI >35 with obesity related comorbidities.22 Bariatric surgery is the most effective available treatment for obesity in terms of achieving and maintaining substantial weight loss long term.23 The three most commonly performed procedures in Australia include laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding (LAGB), Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) and sleeve gastrectomy (SG). We are now starting to learn about how alterations to the gastrointestinal tract, induced by bariatric surgery, reduce hunger, increase satiety and confer other metabolic benefits as well as sustained weight loss.24,25

To date, the long term safety of LAGB and RYGB has been documented, however evidence on long term safety is lacking for the SG. Each procedure is accompanied by its own advantages and disadvantages, and these need to be taken into consideration when assessing a patients suitability for surgery (Table 6). Current medical and psychological comorbidities, as well as ability to provide informed consent, will all influence a patients suitability for undergoing a particular procedure.7 Patients considering bariatric surgery should be made aware of the commitment to indefinite post-surgical care and long term monitoring from an experienced team.

Unfortunately, specialist weight assessment and management clinics for complex severe obesity are not broadly available, but with the emergence of new drugs, devices and surgical procedures, as well as ever increasing patient numbers; assessment by teams skilled in this area is becoming more necessary. Some major hospitals offer outpatient specialist weight management or metabolic clinics; however, access is often impeded by very long waiting lists. Medicare Locals may provide a forum for exploring delivery gaps in regional areas particularly. Specialised weight management services would provide advice to the GP similar to that expected from cardiac or diabetes referrals such as an evaluation of the patients, advice regarding the treatment options and a proposal for ongoing shared care. Severe obesity is a serious complex chronic disease and requires this level of expertise and support to optimise health outcomes.

General practitioners are in a key position to provide support, advocacy and coordinate management for obese patients. The use of intensive interventions should be considered and utilised within the general practice setting and, where indicated, complex obese patients should be referred to specialist weight assessment and management clinics.

Competing interests: John B Dixon is a board member of Nestle Australia and has received payment for consultancy from Allergan Inc and Bariatric Advantage. John B Dixon has received payments for lectures from iNova Pharmaceuticals and Merck Sharp & Dohme and for development of educational presentations from iNova Pharmaceuticals, and travel expenses from GI Dynamics.Provenance and peer review: Commissioned; externally peer reviewed.


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HCG for Weight Loss | Dr. Harrington Minneapolis

Oct, 10th 2017 9:54 pm, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Many people who struggle with their weight find that conventional means of dieting and exercising arent enough to reach their weight loss goals. Weight can be attributed to a number of factors outside of lifestyle, such as genetics, while people with even the best of intentions may not have the time to devote to exercise that they would like. Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) is a natural hormone that has been found to assist in weight loss when combined with a healthy diet, helping men and women achieve their ideal figures safely and naturally.*

Dr. Jennifer Harrington is a top female board-certified plastic surgeon who specializes in wellness programs for adults of all backgrounds. Her extensive training in the realm of health and natural weight loss makes her uniquely equipped to guide men and women to their goals with customized treatment plans.

Harrington + Associates Plastic Surgery has helped women and men from the Twin Cities area and across Minnesota accomplish their goals with HCG diet plans. Contact us online or call our Plymouth office today at 651-290-7600 for more information about HCG for weight loss, including pricing.

Most people in good overall health can be candidates for a customized HCG diet. Some of the most common reasons to consider starting HCG therapy include:

During your initial consultation with Dr. Harrington, she will evaluate your physique and lifestyle to determine whether HCG dieting is right for you. She will also request information about your general health, such as blood pressure levels, cardiovascular health and whether you have experienced liver or kidney problems. If you are determined to be a good candidate for HCG injections, she will map out a plan for you to meet your weight loss goals using our unique HCG therapy.*

The combination of HCG therapy and a healthy diet was first described as a weight loss method more than 60 years ago. While HCG alone will not affect your body weight, when supplemented to a balanced, low-caloric diet, our patients have seen tremendous success.* Individual results vary, but most people lose around 20 pounds during their first 4 to 5 weeks on our HCG therapy program.*

The HCG hormone may also stimulate an endorphin receptor in the brain that is responsible for signaling a feeling of fullness after eating.* This can break the brains dependence on unhealthy foods, such as sugars and carbohydrates, making dieting easy.*

Our patients who have taken part in HCG weight loss have reported benefits beyond simply reaching their target weight, including:*

In addition to your own customized diet plan created by Dr. Harrington and catered to your individual needs, our HCG therapy program includes the following:

Also available is a before-andafter BIA analysis. BIA, or bioelectric impedance analysis, is a fast, accurate and safe way to measure 6 key body composition elements. Through the study of the electrical properties of the body and their changes over time, our health practitioners can measure clients overall health and quickly chart their progress. BIA analysis is quick, painless and completely non-invasive, using 4 electrodes placed on the body; no needles or blood work required.* The cost of the analysis is $150. This may be billed to your insurance.

After your initial month with our HCG therapy program, patients who remain on our diet plan will receive a30-day supply of sublingually administered pure HCG.

Depending on your cosmetic goals after weight loss, Dr. Harrington may recommend treatments to put the finishing touches on your appearance once you complete our HCG therapy program. CoolSculpting, a nonsurgical alternative toliposuction, is a popular body contouring option, while Kybella injections can treat a double chin.*

Losing weight naturally doesnt only improve your physical appearance, but can also boost your confidence, help you feel more energetic and increase your quality of life.* If you have questions or would like more information, pleasecontact us online or call our Plymouth office at 651-290-7600 to schedule your HCG weight loss consultation and learn more about how to improve your health.

*This information is for education only, and is not meant as a guarantee of results. Your results may vary.

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Gym & Fitness Center | Deer Park, NY | Retro Fitness

Oct, 7th 2017 4:52 pm, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

When you need to step up your personal fitness routine and want to add personal training to your regimen, come to Retro Fitness in Deer Park, NY. We are a locally owned and operated fitness club with a highly experienced staff. Our trainers can help you reach your goals.

Our gym carries top-of-the-line fitness equipment to meet your needs. Each of our clubs is stocked with everything you need to help you realize your ideal body image and health. Some of the amenities we offer include:

A state-of-the-art fitness room An on-site day care service A cardio movie theater

When you want an open space workout environment in the Deer Park area, turn to Retro Fitness. With a gym membership, you can have a $70 gym experience for as low as $19.99 per month. No other club gives you more for your money. Call us today to learn about our free trial memberships. Were open 24/7, so we make working out convenient for your schedule!

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Obesity Management Market Research Report- Forecast to …

Oct, 7th 2017 4:51 pm, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Market Synopsis of Obesity Management Market:

Market Scenario:

Obesity management Market is growing moderately. Changing lifestyle and unhealthy eating habits are leading to the problem of obesity. The population of obese people are increasing globally. Obesity leads to various diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, heart diseases and many others. Drugs manufacturers investing their money in R&D to develop effective anti-obesity drugs. Earlier obesity was considered as problem of high income countries but now its shifting towards low-middle income countries. Healthcare solution providers are developing new and innovative solutions for healthcare sector. Hospitals also providing different surgery options according to medical history and condition of the patient. Obesity management Market is expected to grow at the average CAGR of 8.4% during 2015-2022. Obesity management Market is expected to reach US$ 6.2 billion by 2022 from US$ 4.17 billion in 2015. However, several side effects of drugs, regulatory issues and high cost are the major restraints for the market.

Obesity Management Market by Surgery

Intended Audience


Obesity Management Market has been segmented on the basis of Prescription weight-loss medication which comprise orlistat (Xenical), lorcaserin (Belviq), phentermine and topiramate (Qsymia), buproprion and naltrexone (Contrave), and liraglutide (Saxenda), and others. On the basis of Surgery it segmented into Gastric bypass surgery, Laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding (LAGB), Biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch, and others. On the basis of lifestyle changes it is segmented into Dietary changes, Exercise, and others.

Regional Analysis of Obesity Management Market:

Considering the global scenario of the market, North America region is believed to be the largest market for Obesity management. Moreover the European market is also growing and second largest market for Obesity management. On the other hand, Asia-Pacific market is expected to grow at significant rate in the Obesity management during the forecasted period. Rest of the World is likely to have a limited but steady growth in the market.

Key Players for Obesity Management Market:

Some of the key players in this market are: Pfizer Inc. (US), Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp., a subsidiary of Merck & Co., Inc. (US), F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd (Switzerland), GlaxoSmithKline plc. (UK), AstraZeneca (UK), Herbalife Ltd. (U.S.), Apollo Endosurgery (U.S.), Ethicon, Inc. (U.S.)

The report for Obesity Management Market of Market Research Future comprises extensive primary research along with the detailed analysis of qualitative as well as quantitative aspects by various industry experts, key opinion leaders to gain the deeper insight of the market and industry performance. The report gives the clear picture of current market scenario which includes historical and projected market size in terms of value and volume, technological advancement, macro economical and governing factors in the market. The report provides details information and strategies of the top key players in the industry. The report also gives a broad study of the different markets segments and regions.

Table of Content

1. Report Prologue

2. Introduction

2.1 Definition

2.2 Scope of the Study

2.2.1 Research Objective

2.2.2 Assumptions

2.2.3 Limitations

2.3 Market Structure

2.4. Market Segmentation

3. Research Methodology

3.1 Research Process

3.2 Primary Research

3.3 Secondary Research

3.4 Market Size Estimation

3.5 Forecast Model

4. Market Dynamics

4.1 Drivers

4.2 Restraints

4.3 Opportunities

4.4 Mega Trends

4.5 Macroeconomic Indicators

5. Market Factor Analysis

5.1 Value Chain Analysis

5.2 Porters Five Forces

5.3 Demand & Supply: Gap Analysis

5.4 Pricing Analysis

5.5 Investment Opportunity Analysis

5.6 Merger and Acquisition Landscape

5.9 Upcoming trends

5.9.1 Market trends

5.9.2 Technological trends

5.9.3 Insurance & Regulations

5.9.4 Others

6. Global Obesity management Market by Prescription weight-loss medication

7. Global Obesity management Market by Surgery

8. Global Obesity management Market by End User

9. Global Obesity management Market by Region

9.1 Introduction

9.2 America

9.2.1 North America The US Canada

9.2.2 South America

9.3 Europe

9.3.1 Western Europe Germany France Italy Spain UK Rest of Western Europe

9.3.2 Eastern Europe

9.4 Asia

9.4.1 China

9.4.2 India

9.4.3 Japan

9.4.4 South Korea

9.4.5 Rest of Asia

9.5 Pacific

9.6 Rest of the World (RoW)














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Ways to Know Real Organic Food – FREE Report!

Oct, 7th 2017 4:50 pm, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Im about to ask you to be a skeptic. Theyre on television, in expert interviews on your radio, in the massive topography of the World Wide Web and in recesses of your mind, preaching through advertising and with very little evidence that THEIRS are organically grown foods.

Are you buying all these smart marketing tactics?

I have so much faith that you would willingly do yourself the favor of going organic. There is no doubt that raw, unprocessed, and unconventionally produced foods do so much more for your health. But, at the end of the day, are you sure that those foodstuff stocked inside your house are REALLY organic?

Its time we dish the real truths on organic foods, revealing its origins, proper labels, and benefits to you and the environment.

You may already be conscious of the organic foodstuff in the supermarket and in your own home, and youre probably already convinced of its advantages. But there is still a whole lineup of information you need to know about going organic. Do you, for instance, know the following?

I personally vouch for the many wonders of organic foods, and Im glad to be among the many health experts sharing this good news with you. This free reportHow to Know If Your Food Is Really Organic?will walk you through making organic food choices today for you and your family. Enter your email address now to get instant access to this report and 250,000 health articles from Your email privacy is fully guaranteed here.

You might still be thinking if organically grown produce will really walk its talk and provide such benefits for your body and overall health.

Organic Milk?They Must Be Kidding You!

Profiteering aims have gone too far, even causing one to call milk organic! Know in this report why organic milk is a nearly impossible term, and how youre being cheated off your money every time you patronize this much-hyped product.

This report will do an excellent job of presenting youthe many wonderful advantages of organic foods, which help ward off a number of diseases and keep you on the road to optimal health. Here are some facts from theQuality Low Input Food (QLIF) project:

But before reaping these benefits, how do you know if what you have is the real thing?

This report will expose the many food scams plaguing our supermarkets and the marketplace, and it might not surprise you thatthe big businesses are again responsible for compromising the quality and authenticity of organic foods!

Among the facts you should know are…

This report will tell you, however, that while these pretend-organic products still proliferate in the market, you still have genuine protection in the form of the USDA Organic Seal. Find out how livestock and other products qualify and are certified as truly organic.

There is a vat of wonderful possibilities once you regularly patronize organic products after youve identified their authenticity. In this report, Ive run down a number of other important points, including:

I am positive that this report will help you make smart food choices (if you still havent gone organic) or to continue on the way to a clean, pesticide-free food fare in and outside your home. Get this FREE report now by just entering your email address in the box below.

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Oct, 7th 2017 1:46 am, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

hCG Weight Loss A Miracle Cure?

Imagine losing a pound a day and never feeling hungry. Sounds like a miracle cure for weight loss? In spite of todays obesity epidemic thousands of people have won their battle with weight loss and claim they owe it all to hCG, the hottest diet sweeping the nation. With losses of 1-2 lbs per day some dieters are able to lose 40 lbs in 40 days.

hCG Diet Protocol

The hCG weight loss protocol involves taking a low dose of the human hormone supplement hCG, human chorionic gonadotropin, while maintaining a 500 calorie per day diet. The hCG hormone is believed to curb hunger while promoting fat loss. The body then receives 500 calories per day from food intake while any additional caloric needs are met from the burning of stored fat in the body. Dr. Oz suggests that most of us have tens of thousands of calories stored in the fat of our hips alone. The burning of this stored fat releases energy and calories to feed the body thus limiting hunger. The result is significant fat loss in a very short period of time.

Dr. Simeons Pounds and Inches

While the diet has gained recent popularity the hCG weight loss protocol actually dates back to the 1950s when it was first introduced by Dr. A.T.W. Simeons in Italy. Although there have been many adaptations to the protocol since the 1950s the original protocol is still followed by many practitioners. For full details on the diet protocol read Dr. Simeons original manuscript, Pounds and Inches.

Kevin Trudeaus The Weight Loss Cure

For an updated view on the protocol pick up a copy The Weight Loss Cure by Kevin Trudeau. His book offers an overview of the original hCG protocol with updates and modern additions to the protocol including a Colon Cleanse and Candida Cleanse. Most people can identify with the symptoms of a toxic colon and candida overgrowth and many of these symptoms can be eliminated with these cleanses.

Drops or Injections? Homeopathic or Pharmaceutical?

The hCG hormone can be administered as an injection, sublingual (oral) drops or pellets (pills). There are proponents for both forms all of hCG. However, regardless of the form in which the hormone is taken its important to purchase pharmaceutical grade hCG versus homeopathic. Pharmaceutical hCG promotes the loss of abnormal (excess) fat while homeopathic hCG allows for the loss of muscle and normal (healthy). Therefore the homeopathic hCG places your body at risk of starvation mode and unhealthy weight loss. The hCG can be prescribed from a medical practitioner or a weight loss clinic.

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Buy hGH Peptide Injections From Licensed US Pharmacies

Oct, 4th 2017 9:48 pm, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Where Can You Buy hGH Peptides?

You have 2 main options when it comes to buying hGH peptides, you can locate a local doctor willing to prescribe them to you (you will normally have to visit a doctor who specializes in hormone replacement) or you can buy them online.

Making an online purchase is certainly the better option in terms of convenience, and can save you a lot of money. However, when it comes to purchasing any medical therapy online, there are a few factors that you should check before proceeding and this is certainly true of hGH replacement therapy.

Here are some things to consider before committing to a sale: has partnered with a company that meets each of the above criteria. They offer a range of hGH peptide programs depending on what you hope to achieve.

In addition to the actual peptides, each kit includes a tele-medicine consultation, doctors prescription for the peptides, mixing supplies and needles.

The different hGH therapy programs are detailed below:

Dose of Peptides: Sermorelin (6mg)

Benefits: Sermorelin promotes production of human growth hormone.

This can help to increase energy, decrease body fat, improve muscle tone and strengthen bones, joints and connective tissue. Strengthening of connective tissue can result in healthier hair, skin and nails.

Dose of Peptides: Sermorelin (6mg), GHRP-2 (12mg)

Benefits: The same growth hormone stimulating effect as the anti-aging kit but with the addition of GHRP-2 to help add bulk.

If you want to add muscle bulk and at the same time trim down, this is the peptide kit for you. The performance kit will provide all of the benefits of the anti-aging kit but with more power. This means not only better muscle building but improved exercise and sexual performance. Add lipotropic injections for even greater fat-burning effects!

Studies have shown that the benefits of hGH replacement therapy are greatest following 6-12 months treatment. For this reason, NewEdgeHealth has created 3 month kits that offer a great discount. This helps you to maintain the results achieved with the Anti-Aging and Performance Peptide programs at an affordable price.

To enroll in one of these peptide therapy programs, simply click on the respective link above. You will be prompted to choose either a 1 month or 3 month program and to decide whether you want to add lipotropic injections (an amino acid fat burning accelerator) or Vitamin B12 to your order. You can then proceed to checkout.

Once your order is placed and you have completed the required forms, a doctor will review your details (within 24hours). If you are considered by the prescribing doctor to be a suitable candidate for hGH replacement therapy they will send your prescription to a licensed US pharmacy and your peptides will be sent to you directly via 1-2 day shipping. If you are not considered a suitable candidate, you will not be charged. The whole process is very simple and fast.

The term hGH peptides refers to a group of peptides that when administered daily can boost human growth hormone production and are therefore useful in hGH replacement therapy. Among this group of peptides is Sermorelin, GHRP-2 and GHRP-6 and each of these plays a role in stimulating the pituitary gland to secrete hGH in an healthy, natural manner.

You might be wondering why you should choose peptides for hGH replacement therapy and what advantages they have over administration of hGH itself? hGH peptides are the better option for a number of reasons, the main one being that they are much safer than hGH injections since they promote the bodys own production of human growth hormone (rather than shut it down as hGH can do). They are also associated with much fewer side-effects and long-term health risks than hGH injections. You can see a summarized comparison of hGH and hGH peptides in the table below.

In addition to their better safety profile, peptides are considerably less expensive and much easier to acquire. Remember that injectable hGH is a controlled substance which means prescription and sale of it is therefore strictly monitored. If it seems too easy (or too cheap) to get hold of, chances are it is not real hGH and you take a very real risk in using it. In comparison, hGH peptides are legitimately sold and many doctors offer hGH replacement therapy with peptides as an anti-aging and wellness therapy.

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