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    Low-Calorie Sweeteners May Help You Lose Weight

    Originally posted 2016-04-15 17:00:53. Replacing sugar with low-calorie sweeteners can reduce your calorie intake, and may lead to weight loss. However, some people claim that low-calorie sweeteners promote weight gain. For this reason, a group of scientists assessed the overall evidence in a systematic review and meta-analyses of studies in both animals and humans. Background […] More

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    Atkins Diet: Does it work for weight loss?

    Originally posted 2016-04-14 17:53:25. Atkins Diet The atkins diet is widely known to be a weight loss program that is high in protein and low in carbohydrates. There’s a vegerarian alternative, which was developed called the Eco-Atkins Diet. This article will focus not only on vegetarianism but also on veganism, which means that dairy products […] More

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    How to Optimize Thyroid Function?

    Originally posted 2016-04-13 16:26:53. Thyroid Function The reasons women are so prone to this condition are complex, though one important factor is simply the delicate nature of a woman’s hormonal system. The thyroid gland belongs to a group of glands in the HPAT axis. This stands for “hypothalamus, thyroid axis, pituitary, adrenal.” The HPAT axis is the locus […] More

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    Alternate-Day Fasting Increases Fullness After Meals

    Originally posted 2016-04-12 15:41:30. Alternate-day fasting is a version of intermittent fasting, which is currently one of the world’s most popular weight loss trends. Recently, a group of scientists examined the effects of 8-week alternate-day fasting on appetite ratings, appetite hormones and body weight. Here is a detailed summary of their results. Background Alternate-day fasting […] More

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    Eating Salty, High-Fat Food May Promote Weight Gain

    Originally posted 2016-04-11 20:09:19. Regular overeating leads to weight gain, especially when high-fat food is involved. On its own, fat tastes rather bland and people are unlikely to binge on it. However, mixing it with savory flavors, sugar or salt can make it very tasty. Recently, a team of scientists examined how fat and salt […] More

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    What is Reactive Hypoglycemia?

    Originally posted 2016-04-10 20:56:51. Reactive Hypoglycemia Having bouts of reactive hypoglycemia is never pleasant experience. A suddent drop in blood glucose levels can occur without any symptom or warning. A person suffering from low blood sugar experiences extremely frustrating episodes of mood swings, shaking, sweating, nausea, hunger and blurred vision. The good news is that reactive […] More

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    What’s the Causes of Obesity?

    Originally posted 2016-04-09 20:35:15. Causes of Obesity Few facts about nutrition and health are known with 100 percent certainty. This is particularly true for the case of understanding what makes us overweight and obese. Nevertheless, there is one crystal clear fact that underlies just about all of the weight gain that happens in the world: It only happens […] More

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    Nutty Brownies with Stevia

    Originally posted 2016-04-07 20:14:13. How to Preapre Nutty Brownies with Stevia ½ cup whole wheat flour 4 tbsp stevia 3 scoops whey powder ½ tsp baking powder ¼ tsp baking soda 4 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder ½ cup egg whites 1 tbsp. low fat milk 1 tsp. sugar free vanilla extract 4 tbsp walnuts, chopped Preparation […] More

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    Pulses May Cause Modest Weight Loss

    Originally posted 2016-04-06 14:53:14. For weight loss, the importance of real food should not be disregarded. Previous studies suggest that pulses, the seeds of legumes, may help you lose weight. However, the evidence is not entirely conclusive. Recently, a team of researchers reviewed and analyzed the available data. Here is a detailed summary of their […] More

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    Eating a Low Fiber Diet

    Originally posted 2016-04-06 00:35:09. Estrogen is processed in the liver, but it is also processed partly by gut flora, and also excreted through the digestive track. Low fiber diets are associated with estrogen dominance. This is because estrogen can be re-absorbed through the intestinal walls. If you have poor gut flora and slow intestinal motility due to a […] More

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