It’s no secret that diets usually don’t work—the majority of diet plans utilize energy (calorie) restriction to focus on weight loss as the main measure of success. However, we do know that, in addition to being ineffective in the majority of participants, certain weight loss programs may contribute to negative
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Asthma is a chronic disease that often starts in childhood but can occur for the first time in adulthood, even later in life. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 18.4 million adults and 6.2 million children in the United States have asthma.
Asthma causes inflammation in the
Slower Eating May Help To Keep Pounds Off
A study of Japanese adults with diabetes found a possible link between eating slowly and maintaining a healthy body weight, according to a research in BMJ Open.
For the study, researchers examined the health records of nearly 60,000 Japanese adults with type 2 diabetes,
Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States, so it’s in your best interests to prevent a stroke whenever possible. The encouraging news is that there are precautionary tips for how to prevent a stroke and a large percentage of ischemic strokes could be prevented by
If you are overweight or obese, weight loss is key for better health. Carrying extra weight takes a big toll on your body; it can cause joint pain, increase your risk of heart problems, and even make you more likely to experience cognitive difficulties. Losing weight is an uphill battle
It’s all too common for people to go on weight loss diets but give up because their appetite is surging. Sadly, many people regain much of the weight they’ve worked so hard to lose. It may not be due to weak willpower, though. Rather, your body may be producing powerful
If you don’t get plenty of rest, you are more likely to pack on pounds. But why do we need sleep for weight control? Research shows that the less we sleep, the more food we eat.
Health experts have been saying it for years: Don’t fall for fad diets to lose weight—stick to traditional weight loss plans. And now a Harvard study confirms this advice. About two-thirds of obese Americans try to lose weight, and those that successfully meet this goal do so mainly through the