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  • Weight Chart For Children (Boys)

    Boy’s Weight Status Should Be Determined By Individual Examination Even if a boy’s weight falls between the 5th and 85th percentiles, this does not necessarily mean that he has a healthy weight. Your child’s weight status should be assessed by your doctor on the basis of individual examinations conducted over time. This method is required

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  • How to Control Weight

    How to Control Weight

    In order to control our weight – especially during menopause – we need to develop two important habits. We need to eat fewer calories (calories-in) and burn more calories (calories-out). Weight loss supplements don’t help us to lose weight because they don’t help us develop better eating habits. How to Control Weight by Cutting Calories

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  • Teen Body Shape and Weight

    Teenage Anxiety About Body Shape When it comes to body weight and shape, teenagers are one of the most vulnerable groups. Studies show that many teens have a overpowering desire to look shapely and lean, but comparatively little knowledge of nutrition or health, and how these factors relate to weight and shape. As a result,

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  • Weight Loss Program

    Hi, … my doctor told me yesterday that he didn`t think I needed my zestril [high blood pressure med] He has lowered my thyroid med to about half of what it was. And I`ve been off prednisone now since Aug. ALL THANKS TO YOU. More Reviews of Low GI Diet … I currently take 1.25

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  • Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome X

    Syndrome X – Overweight and Obesity Syndrome X is a term coined in 1988 by Stanford University endocrinologist Dr. Gerald Reaven, to describe a group of symptoms including high blood pressure, abdominal obesity, insulin resistance, high levels of triglycerides and low levels of HDL or “good” lipoproteins. In the past 13 years, low levels of

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  • Obesity & Sugar

    Obesity and Sugar Intake Excess body fat (obesity) arises from the energy imbalance caused by taking in too much energy and using too little. It has been suggested that sugar plays a major role in the etiology of obesity. However, there are several arguments against this hypothesis. First, sugars suppress appetite to the same extent

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