Studies Show Eating More Slowly Benefits Your Health and Waistline

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A new scientific study shows that eating more slowly can decrease your food consumption and prevent overeating Continue reading

How Exercise Influences Hunger and Weight Loss

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  • Recent research shows that 45 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous exercise in the morning may reduce food cravings, both immediately afterward and throughout the day
  • Exercising first thing in the morning, especially if done on an empty stomach, has been shown to have a number of health benefits, Continue reading

How You Can Shed Pounds in Bed

A new health breakthrough highlights one aspect of any diet plan. If you are out to shed pounds and get more fit, don’t forget one crucial detail that takes up several hours of your day: sleep.

We all know why sleep is so important. The body recharges. It runs certain systems and functions at night, repairs damage from the day, Continue reading

The Hidden Reason You Get Flabby (Not Calories or Lack of Exercise)

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  • One dogma that has contributed to the ever-worsening health of the Western world is the belief that “a calorie is a calorie.” This simply isn’t true. The idea that obesity is the end result of eating too much and exercising too little; i.e. consuming more calories than you’re expending, is also false.
  • Fructose is ‘isocaloric but not isometabolic.” This means you can have the same amount of calories from fructose or glucose, Continue reading