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  • Weight, Shape & Your Genes

    Weight When you eat more calories than you use through activity, you gain weight. As simple as it sounds, you can’t assume that everyone who’s fat overeats. Being overweight stems from the interaction of several factors. Genes play a part in how your body balances calories and energy. Children whose parents are obese tend to

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  • Weight Loss Strategies for Women

    Women who eat a high-fat, high-sugar “empty calorie” diet are likely to become overweight in later years, says a new study. On the other hand, yo-yo dieters who cut fat out of their diet or drastically reduce their fat intake may not necessarily be protecting themselves from becoming overweight either, the study findings suggest. Overall,

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  • Weight Loss & Hypnotherapy

    Hypnotherapy and Weight Loss (UK Report) Eight patients were referred from a single general practice with an interest in hypnotherapy. The criteria for referral included clinical obesity, failure to respond to conventional methods of dieting over a prolonged period of time and evidence of occupational and social disability due to obesity. All patients admitted to

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  • Weight Loss Ads

    Weight Loss Advertisements Criticised The Federal Trade Commission reviewed advertisements from a wide variety of weight-loss approaches from popular weight loss plans like the Atkins Diet to relatively obscure Apple Cider Vinegar Capsules and Synadrene-HCL. At least 40 per cent of the 300 advertisements reviewed in the two-year study made at least one false representation,

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  • Weight Control & Breakfast

    Weight Control Begins With Breakfast Eating breakfast regularly is a common characteristic among those who lose weight and keep it off, according to a recent study published in Obesity Research. Researchers at the University of Colorado, the University of Pittsburgh, and Brown University routinely collect data on a group of people comprising the National Weight

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  • Weight Reduction By Breast-feeding Moms

    Weight Loss While Breast-Feeding Moderate Weight Loss OK for Overweight Moms Who Breast Feed Overweight mothers who breast feed their infants may lose weight through a sensible diet and exercise program – without fear of harming their infants – a study by NICHD-funded researchers has found. “Being overweight may cause serious health problems,” said NICHD

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