Obesity Cause and Help
Welcome to the 9th article in the Weight Loss and Dieting Fundamentals series. We’ve been slowly working our way through the most important things you need to know for a successful weight loss/diet.
A journey of a thousands miles starts with planning the first step; the same is true of weight loss. Your diet must start with certain information (your caloric BASELINE) and a plan.
Diet sodas and other sugar-free drinks may actually contribute to the risk of obesity, according to research published today in the journal Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism.
Although seafood is usually a healthy choice on a restaurant menu, that’s not the case when it’s dipped in batter and then deep-fried, especially if it’s also served with greasy side dishes like hu
If you want to lose weight, you’ve probably heard that eating several mini-meals throughout the day is the best way to do it. But a new study presented at the American Diabetics Association (ADA) conference last weekend suggests that a better diet plan may be eating two large meals a day instead.
It makes sense when you consider how “grazing” on mini-meals all day long would seem to leave a dieter "wanting", as in wanting more food because a small mini-meal just doesn't satisfy the appetite
Previous physical activity guidelines recommended exercising on most or all days of the week, but a new study shows that doing 150 minutes of exercise all at one time is just as good for you as bre
Obesity has officially been declared a disease by the American Medical Association, which voted for the action on Tuesday.
Many diet products on the market today claim to be safe and natural, but that’s not always the case, warns the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Good news for those who want to say fit, but don't have a lot of time. Just 12 minutes of exercise per week may be all you need to stay fit, according to a new study published in PLOS One.