Starting a diet the right way.

If you’re just starting out on a diet for the first time, there are certain things you should know in order to ensure that you not only get the best results from your diet but also that you maintain your health during the process.

One of the first things you should do, ideally before you even start on a diet, is to see your family physician. This is especially true if you have not had a check-up within the last year or if you experience any type of health condition such a…

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Genes Plus Erratic Sleep May Raise Odds for Obesity

FRIDAY, March 10, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Yet more evidence of a link between poor sleep and excess weight: A new study finds that people who are genetically prone to obesity are more likely to be overweight if they have unusual sleep habits. “These data show that in people with …

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Time Outdoors May Deliver Better Sleep

THURSDAY, Feb. 2, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Spending time in the outdoors may improve your sleep, a small study suggests.Researchers found that a week of winter camping reset the body’s “clock” to be more in tune with nature’s light-and-dark cycle. The result was longer sleep. The findings, the study authors …

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After weight loss, why we gain weight back? How to avoid it?

People do a lot of things to lose weight – follow diets that they don’t like, do exercise routines that they don’t enjoy and even take supplements, pills and even get surgery. But many of them end up gaining the weight back. To answer this we need to understand how …

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20 Dieting Success Tips – Part 2 (10 tips)

You will feel better and lose weight quicker if you eat a large breakfast and eat a smaller dinner. You may also want to eat the majority of your carbs earlier in the day, saving a salad and lean meat protein for dinner.

Eating larger meals during the part of the day when you are most active will help you to feel satisfied throughout the day and curb cravings for unhealthy snacks.

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Alcohol Intake and Obesity Affects Esophageal Cancer according new Report

Esophageal Cancer Risk

The News report found strong evidence to link obesity and alcohol consumption to esophageal cancer. It is alarming and should motivate us to make smart choices.

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Diabetes and Obesity: How to lower your risk of diabetes and its complication with weight management

Both diabetes and obesity (hence diabesity) share the same underlying causes (genetic makeup and unhealthy lifestyle) and this require the same treatment. They are 100% preventable and, in some cases, entirely reversible. The risk of diabetes escalates with the degree of excess weight. Therefore, the prevention of weight gain in people with diabetes as well as impaired glucose tolerance should be the main focus of treatment strategies.

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