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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


    Poor diet link to rising cases of depression
    Increasing rates of anxiety, depression and irritability could be due to a poor diet that lacks the essential chemicals to keep the brain healthy, according to a leading mental health charity
    15-Jan-2006 - Details


    Break habits to lose weight
    It must be every slimmer's dream - a way to lose weight without dieting, with no need for calorie or carb counting or arduous gym regimes
    15-Jan-2006 - Details


    Mental health affected by diet
    Changes to our diets over the last 50 years could be linked to the UK's rising mental health problems, a new report reveals.
    16-Jan-2006 - Details


    Diet guru shares healthy advice
    The tried-and-true secret to weight loss remains calories in vs. calories out, but getting kids — especially high school students with access to vehicles and every fast-food joint under the sun — to practice that can be difficult.
    17-Jan-2006 - Details


    Negative Calorie Diet
    Negative calorie diet refers to certain food items that use more calories to digest than the calories present in the food. Intake of negative calorie food item prompts your body to work harder, use more energy in order to extract calories
    19-Jan-2006 - Details


    How Diets Become Popular: The Inside Story
    Every year a plethora of diet and weight loss books are published. Many of these books are released in January - the "diet season" - together they represent the good, the bad, and the ugly of weight loss advice
    20-Jan-2006 - Details


    Are chemical calories making us fat
    If one in three women in Britain are always on a diet and billions of pounds are spent on slimming products, why on earth are we all getting fatter?
    02-Feb-2006 - Details


    High dairy diet may up ovarian cancer risk
    There is "some support" for an association between ovarian cancer and the consumption of milk products, Swedish researchers report in the International Journal of Cancer
    03-Feb-2006 - Details


    Weight Loss Diets - A Review Of 4 Popular Diets
    There are a number of diets available, but here I review four which are popular at the moment.

    1000 calorie diet

    Trying the 1000 calorie diet is only advisable for one week, due to your body entering starvation mode and conserving fat. Overdoing the 1000 calorie diet is counterproductive to your body so try to stay on it for only 1 week
    17-Feb-2006 - Details


    Cannabis Inspired Diet Pill
    Researchers say a new weight loss drug that works by blocking a cannabinoid receptor in the brain has "modest" success at helping people lose weight and keep it off. It also seems to improve other risk factors for cardiovascular disease beyond what would be expected from weight loss alone
    17-Feb-2006 - Details


    Low fat diet may not reduce health risks
    You might think that being on a low fat diet is the best way to cut health risks. But that's just the easy way out
    17-Feb-2006 - Details


    Diet Foods: A Waste of Money
    Consumers are spending record amounts of money of diet products. In Europe, the diet food and drink market was valued at £4.6 billion (US$8.1 Billion) - and is predicted to just keep on rising.
    17-Feb-2006 - Details


    New drugs, diet fight cancer
    Philanthropy and women's willingness to participate in clinical trials have made recent progress in breast cancer research possible, Dr. Larry Norton, medical director of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, told BCRF supporters at a symposium held Monday at the Flagler Museum
    18-Feb-2006 - Details


    Diet Change Used To Aid Fertility Treatment
    Women who have problems getting pregnant often face a long, expensive ordeal. For some, the solution could be as easy as a change in diet, Sacramento television station KCRA reported.
    18-Feb-2006 - Details


    No risk reduction from reducing total dietary fat
    Despite findings being announced this week that a low-fat diet introduced in the middle-age years didn't reduce the risk of breast cancer, heart disease, stroke or colon cancer, one of the researchers says people still need to focus on the types of fat they eat. The national diet study of almost 50,000 healthy postmenopausal women was part of the massive Women's Health Initiative (WHI) study
    26-Feb-2006 - Details


    Why Your Diet May Not Be Working
    This is a dilemma which affects dieters the world over. They think they are taking the steps necessary to lose weight, but nothing seems to be happening.
    28-Feb-2006 - Details


    Dangerous Weight Loss Methods
    Don't Even Try These Dangerous Weight Loss Methods?

    We're all looking for the magic bullet. You know - the one that we can take and lose weight without really trying! What would you give up to be skinny? How about your health? Some of these methods of weight loss just may cost you exactly that. Before you decide that the way to lose weight is to follow one of the below regimens, take a second look. Do your research and be sure that you understand the risks.
    05-Mar-2006 - Details


    Fat Americans look at diet with rose-colored glasses
    Even though two-thirds of the nation is overweight, most Americans are under the impression that their diets are satisfactory. More than two-thirds -- 64 percent, in fact -- consider themselves "healthy eaters," according to a new Harris poll released yesterday.
    05-Mar-2006 - Details


    Low-fat diet still best
    For many years doctors have told most patients, regardless of gender, that low-fat diets will help them avoid various types of heart disease and cancers. It's difficult to imagine that physicians and a health-conscious public would now ignore what's still good nutritional advice
    05-Mar-2006 - Details


    Diet dilemmas
    A high school reunion, New Year’s resolution, the freshman 15, a new baby; there are many reasons why people want to lose weight. While the concept is simple: burn more calories than you intake, it is much easier said than done.
    06-Mar-2006 - Details

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