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Sugar

Americans eat more sugar now than any time in history. Our society commonly accepts sugar as a staple even in very large quantities. The average American consumes 100 pounds of sugar a year, equating to about 300 calories per day. 238 more words

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How to Stay Away from Fad Diets

We’ve all heard it before, but it’s the truth – if a diet or weight loss product sounds too good to be true, it probably is.The below are a few claims that should raise the red flag and that you ought to steer clear of: 184 more words

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The elephant in the room of a million women

The elephant in the room of a million women
An obscure, completely hidden part of every human body is the pelvic floor.
What’s that, you asked? 147 more words

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Who you really need for weight loss in 2015!

Who you really need for weight loss in 2015! 2015 is here. So are you. And your perennial weight loss pursuit.

Want to fix it finally? 583 more words

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When is bariatric surgery your only weightloss option?

As a weight loss expert, I see the biggest problems in people’s weight loss attempts as follows:

1. Weight loss is very short term.

2. Weight loss goal is too ambitious. 635 more words

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Metabolic mess in middle age

We belong to a culture where mothers (and, in fact, everyone) feed their kids lots of nice foods, and lots of it. Modern science has studied this phenomenon and I have to say this: you may be rearing your child in a way where their health suffers to life-threatening levels. 301 more words

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The fat child is the mirror

The fat child is the mirror
In our cities, we are no longer struck by how many families have fat kids of various ages. In my childhood, a fat kid was always an exception. 642 more words

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