• Burning Body Fat

    How to Burn Body Fat Diet & Exercise Modification Lifestyle strategies designed to help burn body fat are to eat a wide variety of foods, consuming a minimum of 1200 calories per day to prevent the starvation response of under-eating. The best way to get the maximum amount of nutrition from the food you eat

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  • Diet Nutrition & Breakfast

    Diet Nutrition & Breakfast A number of studies show that children who eat a nutritious breakfast do better in school. Now researchers in Canada can show kids aren’t the only ones who benefit from a good breakfast. Older adults who eat breakfast have better memory function than those who skip breakfast. The researchers tested a

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  • Body Dysmorphic Disorder

    Body Dysmorphic Disorder What is Body Dysmorphic Disorder BDD is thought to be a subtype of obsessive-compulsive disorder. It is not a variant of anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa. The person with an eating disorder says, “I am so fat.” The person with BDD says, “I am so ugly.” Not yet an official diagnosis, but

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  • Beta Carotene & Diet

    Beta Carotene and Diet Nutrition professionals long have recommended choosing fruits and vegetables with deep rich colors for their abundance of vitamins and other beneficial substances. More than 500 of these substances belong to a group of nutrients called carotenoids. One such nutrient is beta carotene, a yellow-orange carotenoid found in many orange vegetables and

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  • Arthritis Diet Advice

    Diet Advice on Arthritis A recent survey by the Arthritis Foundation found that 67 percent of respondents were at risk for arthritis, but 52 percent didn’t know it. And more than half (51 percent) said they had no plans to see their doctor about the health of their joints. To help prevent osteoarthritis, the Arthritis

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  • Eating Disorders & Fractures

    Eating Disorders & Bone Fractures Even years after a person is diagnosed with anorexia nervosa, they have twice the risk of bone fractures as their peers without the eating disorder, new study findings from Denmark show. The findings suggest that damage caused to bones by eating disorders may be permanent, according to a report in

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