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Have you been counting sugar that you eat? Are you concerned that you’re eating too many types of high-glycemic food? This study suggests that you should not worry about that unless you’re suffering from diabetes.
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Miranda Lambert, wife of The Voice coach, Blake Shelton, gained popularity over losing 20 pounds last year.
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On December 14, Kourtney Kardashian gave birth to her third child and revealed how she lost all the pregnancy weight she had in her first two kids.
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Carrie Underwood, American Idol 2005 winner, is still practicing a healthy diet even when pregnant. She says that she will continue being vegan even after childbirth.
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Yoga is a mind and body practice that has been used for thousands of years. It originally came from India and today, its popularity is so dense that it reached many countries all over the world.
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A pre-teen who can’t stop eating has now lost significant weight after a gastric sleeve surgery that’s meant to save her life.
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Intermittent fasting is a new trend that aids in weight loss and is more effective than regular diets.
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Anyone who battles weight loss understands this: although it’s hard to get rid of the unwanted pounds, it’s more difficult to maintain it. Else, you go back to zero again. That’s why the discovery of this new ingredient may be helpful if you struggle wit…
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What does scientific research say about this mind and body practice, and what are its side effects and risks?
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A small, preliminary study has found that a meal with a lot of fructose in it may leave you still feeling hungry as compared to a meal with a lot of glucose in it.
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Obesity is also correlated with cancer, but what most experts believe is that it only exacerbates the risk, not immediately cause it. A new study, however, seems to lean on the latter.
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A new study finds out that being obese may reduce life expectancy by 8 years.
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