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  • Jaw Wiring Obesity Treatment

     Guide To Jaw Wiring Jaw wiring for weight loss is a simple dental procedure to help treat obesity. It is not a surgical procedure, but it faintly resembles certain types of oral surgery, in that it aims to fix the position of the teeth and jaws but via a bonding method, rather than invasive surgery.

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  • Hip & Thigh Diet

    Hip and Thigh Diet Plan Theory The implication behind “Hip and Thigh Diets” is that they reduce fat on your hips and thighs. If only this was true!! Sadly, the idea you can lose weight from specific areas of the body is another diet myth. It is simply not possible to choose the location of

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  • High-Protein Low-Carb Diets

    The high-protein low-carb diet was popular in the 1970’s, before saturated fat and heart disease became closely associated. Now, high-protein low-carb diets are once again popular due to the faster initial weight loss they can achieve. However, many dietitians retain doubts about the long term health effects of these carb-restricted weight loss plans. That said,

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  • High Fiber Diets

    High Fiber Diet Theory The idea behind very high fiber diets is that food passes through our system so fast that the body doesn’t have a chance to absorb all the calories eaten. So the more fiber you eat, the more calories will be excreted and the greater the weight loss. High Fiber Diet Practice

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  • The “Heart” Diet

    Another Fad Diet This so-called “Heart” diet is a 7-day fad diet that became big news when it was faxed around America in 1997. The diet plan involves unlimited bowls of soup made from spring onions, peppers, celery, onion soup mix and canned tomatoes, supplemented with different foods on successive days. Spoof Diet The “Heart”

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  • The Glycemic Index Explained

    The Glycemic Index Explained The Glycemic Index was developed in 1981 to help people (especially diabetics and athletes) to maintain stable blood sugar levels. The glycemic index (GI) is a ranking of foods on a scale from 0 to 100 according to the extent to which they raise blood sugar levels after eating. Individual foods

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