Weight Loss Articles & Stories:

How Obesity Abets Type 2 Diabetes

How Obesity Abets Type 2 Diabetes Human fat can be healthy or sick - healthy in lean people and sick in obese. And a new research effort shows sick fat cells can produce proteins that contribute to type 2 diabetes. The study, performed by researchers at Temple University, discovered that fat cells in obese people bear a great... Read More

Incision-Free Technique Treats Gastric-Bypass Weight Regain

Incision-Free Technique Treats Gastric-Bypass Weight Regain A few doctors around the United States are beginning to use an elegant new procedure to reduce the size of the stomach, without incisions, in gastric-bypass-surgery patients who have started to regain weight. Because their stapled stomachs start to stretch out and enlarge, some 44 percent of ... Read More

Obesity Not Always Indicative of Cardiovascular Risk

Obesity Not Always Indicative of Cardiovascular Risk Obese people do not always carry an increased risk of heart disease, while some individuals of normal weight do. Two studies published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, revealed that how fat was distributed, like fat around the abdomen, was a consistent risk factor for heart disease. Peop... Read More

8 Ways Exercise Keeps You Young and Healthy

8 Ways Exercise Keeps You Young and Healthy Exercise may not halt the aging process, but mounting evidence suggests people who stay active can slow its effects. The latest issue of Mayo Clinic Women's Healthsource offers 8 benefits to regular exercise. It Provides Energy: Feeling tired and lethargic is largely a result of being inactiv... Read More

Pregnancy Weight Gain Recommendation Expected to Change

Pregnancy Weight Gain Recommendation Expected to Change During this fall, the Institute of Medicine is expected to start gathering scientific evidence to support how much weight pregnant women should gain. The current guidelines, which were announced in 1990, recommends that women with low body mass index scores should gain 40 pounds, women with n... Read More

For Heart Health Low-Fat Better Than Low-Carb Diets

For Heart Health Low-Fat Better Than Low-Carb Diets In America, it is estimated that 45 percent of women and 30 percent of men diet to lose weight. A recent study, published in the scientific journal Hypertension and led by David Gutterman has found low-carbohydrate diets to be significantly higher in total grams of fat, protein, dietary chole... Read More

What Are the Risk Factors of Coronary Artery Disease?

What Are the Risk Factors of Coronary Artery Disease? Dr. Valentin Fuster discusses the 6 causes or risk factors behind coronary artery disease. There are two physical risk factors: high blood pressure and size of the waist (or abdominal obesity). There are two chemical risk factors: cholesterol levels in the blood and blood glucose (diabetes). ... Read More

Artificial Sweeteners Could Contribute to Weight Gain

Artificial Sweeteners Could Contribute to Weight Gain The idea behind artificial sweeteners is simple: add the flavor of sugar without the calories of sugar. Sounds great, right? Well, a recent study now finds that eating artificial sweeteners could make people put on more weight when compared to normal sugar. Researchers conducted experiments o... Read More

Overweight Children Improve Learning With Vigorous Exercise

Overweight Children Improve Learning With Vigorous Exercise A recent study from the Medical College of Georgia finds that three months of daily, vigorous physical activity in overweight children improves thinking ability, in addition to lowering diabetes risk, reducing body fat, and strengthening bones. The research team looked at 200 overweight, inac... Read More

American Children Are Not Consuming Enough Milk

American Children Are Not Consuming Enough Milk A recent study from Penn State has found that American children are drinking insufficient amounts of milk and the dairy they are choosing to consume are very high in fat. The study examined a children's daily dairy intake and compared it with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's MyPyramid dai... Read More

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