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    Current diet articles and a personal advice concerned with weight loss, diet and nutrition. Analysis and thought-provoking articles about obesity and weight gain

    61.

    Diet experts tackle 12 weight-loss questions
    Tanya Bridges, clinical dietitian for the University of Michigan Health System, says one healthy option is fajita bars where you can opt for chicken, vegetables and salsa, but not the sour cream. She says all eyes are on her tray because of her work.
    27-Jul-2005 - Details

    62.

    Avoiding unhealthy appetizers
    They always sound so good and I know that our food is a 30 minutes away, but you have to be careful when ordering appetizers at a restaurants because those extra calories can add up fast
    09-Aug-2005 - Details

    63.

    Successful Weight Loss
    For many people weight loss is a chronic endeavor. All too often the shedding of pounds is a temporary event followed by a steady regain of lost weight. Most fad diets are unsuccessful in the long run because they fail to address the multi-faceted nature of what successful, permanent weight loss entails
    20-Aug-2005 - Details

    64.

    5 Foods To Add To Your Diet
    So many diet programs are about what you can't have, but what about focusing on things you can add to your diet? What a concept! More food instead of less?
    11-May-2006 - Details

    65.

    Changing diet puts 25m at risk of heart disease
    More than 25 million Japanese, a fifth of the population, are at risk of a heart attack or stroke unless they drastically improve their diet and get more exercise, the government said
    10-May-2006 - Details

    66.

    The Way We Eat Now
    Ancient bodies collide with modern technology to produce a flabby, disease-ridden populace.
    09-Sep-2005 - Details

    67.

    Docs criticise celebrity diets
    Fad diets do not work and only become popular because celebrities endorse them, it has been claimed.
    09-Sep-2005 - Details

    68.

    High-vegetable diet linked to protection against pancreatic cancer
    In one of the largest studies of its kind, UCSF researchers have found that eating lots of fruits and vegetables – particularly vegetables -- is associated with about a 50 percent reduction in the risk of developing pancreatic cancer. Pancreatic cancer is difficult to diagnose and remains largely untreatable. It kills about 30,000 people in the U.S. each year and has a five-year survival under four percent.
    16-Sep-2005 - Details

    69.

    Drinks — especially sweet ones — can sink your diet plans
    A NIGHT on the town dining with friends usually begins with a cocktail at the bar while you wait for your table.
    Or, once you're seated, the server's first question is, "Can I get you something to drink?" If you are trying to make healthier choices in your eating habits, don't forget the liquid part of portion control.
    09-May-2006 - Details

    70.

    100 Painless Ways to Cut 100 or More Calories
    Losing weight can be as simple as cutting out a meatball here and an egg roll there
    29-Sep-2005 - Details

    71.

    How Many Calories Should I Eat Today
    More Americans are reading nutrition labels and know the calorie counts of the foods they eat, but most don't have a clue how many calories they actually need, a new survey shows.
    09-May-2006 - Details

    72.

    Fruit and Vegetables: Nutritional Quality Declining
    "I remember the good old days... when the fruit was tastier and the vegetables more nutritious."

    How many times have you heard such a sentiment? Or even said something similar yourself? We nod and laugh at our anecdotal observations - but what if somebody could prove it?
    01-May-2006 - Details

    73.

    Introduction to the paleolithic diet
    There are races of people who are all slim, who are stronger and faster than us. They all have straight teeth and perfect eyesight. Arthritis, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, stroke, depression, schizophrenia and cancer are absolute rarities for them. These people are the last 84 tribes of hunter-gatherers in the world
    21-Oct-2005 - Details

    74.

    Yoghurt, a natural breath freshener
    Sugarless yoghurt can help people beat bad breath, fight tooth decay and gum disease, scientists say
    12-Nov-2005 - Details

    75.

    Pregnancy no time to be on diet
    Alarmed by the rising number of underweight newborns, the health ministry wants women to rethink their diets during pregnancy
    12-Nov-2005 - Details

    76.

    Overcome Dieting Pitfalls
    Americans have unrealistic goals when it comes to shedding pounds. That is what Parade magazine found in this year's survey, "What America Eats."
    12-Nov-2005 - Details

    77.

    New Diet Drug May Be Available Soon
    It's one of the most promising diet drugs doctors have seen in the last ten years. It could be the only one approved in the coming decade
    12-Nov-2005 - Details

    78.

    Protein-rich diets keep hunger at bay
    Researchers have uncovered new evidence to explain the observation that diets rich in protein stunt the appetite
    12-Nov-2005 - Details

    79.

    Catherine Zeta Jones gives diet advice
    Catherine Zeta Jones says 'scary' skinny women in Hollywood should take a leaf out of her book when it comes to losing weight
    12-Nov-2005 - Details

    80.

    A mothers diet may affect her childs susceptibility to obesity
    You’ve heard the saying that you are what you eat.
    Now, new research suggests your mother’s, and maybe even your grandmother's diet may affect your risk for disease.
    01-May-2006 - Details

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