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8 Ways to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

Date Posted December 15th, 2015
   
8 Ways to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain
Giving in to temptation seems to be the easiest thing to do during the holiday season, especially when surrounded with holiday treats. Sticking to your diet and exercise routine can be a challenge. Many  people gain an average of 1 to 3 pounds during the holidays and folks who are already overw [...]
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Prediabetes: Prevention and Treatment

Date Posted November 17th, 2015
   
Prediabetes: Prevention and Treatment
In the first article, we discussed risk factors for prediabetes and tests used to identify the condition. Having prediabetes doesn't mean that you are destined to become diabetic. There are ways to prevent and treat this condition which we will discuss in this article.  Prediabetes is a m [...]
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Prediabetes: Know your risk and get tested

Date Posted November 2nd, 2015
   
Prediabetes: Know your risk and get tested
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 out of 3 U.S. adults has prediabetes. Prediabetes is an increasingly common health problem that many people are unaware of. In fact, about 90% of those with this condition don't know that they have it. Prediabetes is a warning sign [...]
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Vitamin B12: A crucial nutrient for health

Date Posted August 20th, 2015
   
Vitamin B12: A crucial nutrient for health
When we talk about a healthy diet, the first thing that comes to mind is eating vegetables and fruits. Plant-based foods are indeed an integral part of a healthy diet, but to ensure that you get all the nutrients you need from food, you need variety and balance. Following a strict plant-based diet p [...]
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When Food Alone Isn't Enough: Why We Need an Extra Nutritional Boost

Date Posted July 30th, 2015
   
When Food Alone Isn't Enough: Why We Need an Extra Nutritional Boost
Despite increasing awareness of ways to stay healthy and eat a balanced diet, nutrient deficiency is still prevalent. A large percentage of Americans are deficient in one or more vitamins in spite of the fact that many people are now more conscious of what they eat and choose healthier options whene [...]
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Research Suggests Your "Mind's Nose" Can Effect Your Weight

Date Posted July 19th, 2015
   
Research Suggests Your
You have no doubt heard, and likely used, the expression:  "In my mind's eye."  Well here is a new one for you. According to recent research, body mass index (BMI), a common measure of obesity, is associated more with the ability to imagine food related aromas than the ability to visu [...]
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Vitamin D3 Supplementation Plus Weight Loss Lowers Inflammation in Postmenopausal Women

Date Posted July 11th, 2015
   
Vitamin D3 Supplementation Plus Weight Loss Lowers Inflammation in Postmenopausal Women
A study out of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, WA, recently published in Cancer Prevention Research, finds that "Vitamin D3 supplementation in combination with weight-loss of at least 5% of baseline weight was associated with significant reductions" in markers of systemic infl [...]
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Green Tea Extract Combined with Exercise May Improve Cognitive and Behavioral Symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease

Date Posted July 5th, 2015
   
Green Tea Extract Combined with Exercise May Improve Cognitive and Behavioral Symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease
We have written extensively on the multiple health benefits -  cardiovascular and oral health, weight management, and anti-cancer effects -  of regular consumption of green tea and use of green tea extract supplements (https://healthremedies.com/blog/two-for-green-tea/).  To date, bot [...]
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Anti-inflammatory Diet: Why is it good for health?

Date Posted June 4th, 2015
   
Anti-inflammatory Diet: Why is it good for health?
Recent research reveals that inflammation is the underlying cause of many serious illnesses such as heart diseases, certain cancers, autoimmune diseases and Alzheimer's disease. Inflammation is a normal physiological response to injury, toxic agents and infection characterized by redness, swell [...]
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Obesity and Women's Health

Date Posted March 9th, 2015
   
Obesity and Women's Health
Today’s inactive lifestyle and poor dietary choices nurture an unhealthy environment that fuels the increasing prevalence of overweight and obesity. Overeating and consumption of calorie-dense and fat-laden foods coupled with lack of physical activity are largely to blame for gaining extra pou [...]
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