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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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SlimBalm - It's The Balm for Weight Loss and Appetite Control

Date Posted January 26th, 2015
   
SlimBalm - It's The Balm for Weight Loss and Appetite Control
As with any new medication, supplement, technique, or procedure, we clinicians don’t really get a feel for the effectiveness and tolerability of a product until we’ve seen it used in patients, clients, and the public at large. That said, I can’t tell you how excited I am to see the [...]
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Why A Detox-Cleanse Is So Important At This Time of Year

Date Posted January 4th, 2015
   
Why A Detox-Cleanse Is So Important At This Time of Year
Why A Detox-Cleanse Is So Important At This Time of Year It has been the season for mirth and merriment, peace on earth, and good will toward others. Yet, you probably have more toxins circulating in your system and trapped inside your tissues at this time of year than at any other time. And why is [...]
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Tips to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

Date Posted December 16th, 2014
   
Tips to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain
The holiday season is just around the corner. It is the time of the year to celebrate, relax and of course, indulge! Temptations are endless as you will come across lots of appetizing foods at parties and gatherings. Hence, a large proportion of adults gain weight during the holiday season which is [...]
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Do You Have the Guts to Lose Weight?

Date Posted December 15th, 2014
   
Do You Have the Guts to Lose Weight?
Obesity, in simply terms, refers to the unwanted and unhealthy accumulation of fat (adipose) tissue. This you know. It may interest you to learn, on the other hand, that obesity is not a single entity but rather a diverse group of conditions having multiple causes. You are likely familiar with some [...]
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Dr. Dave's Top Ten Health Tips

Date Posted December 4th, 2014
   
Dr. Dave's Top Ten Health Tips
My top ten tips for building and maintaining health, preventing degenerative illness, and effectively pursuing happiness.  Dr. Dave [...]
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Does Food Affect Mental Health?

Date Posted October 17th, 2014
   
Does Food Affect Mental Health?
Our mental health is as vital as our physical wellbeing. A person can only be considered as truly healthy if he/she is physically and psychologically fit. Optimum mental health allows a person to enjoy life, function well and develop good relationships with other people. On the other hand, having lo [...]
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Is High Carbohydrate Intake The Real Cause of Metabolic Syndrome?

Date Posted September 23rd, 2014
   
Is High Carbohydrate Intake The Real Cause of Metabolic Syndrome?
Syndrome X has become very common in the past years, yet not many people are aware of this condition. More so, it has been a subject of debate and controversies as to its real cause and nature. It is more commonly known as metabolic syndrome and it is also called dysmetabolic syndrome, insulin resis [...]
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Stimulant Free Thermogenesis and Weight Loss

Date Posted September 3rd, 2014
   
Stimulant Free Thermogenesis and Weight Loss
Introduction Strategies for losing weight abound. And, we here at Health Remedies are always looking for safe and effective ways of helping you manage your weight. With that in mind, we would like to showcase a new product developed and manufactured by our trusted partners at Designs for Health: Th [...]
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What is Gluten Intolerance?

Date Posted August 25th, 2014
   
What is Gluten Intolerance?
What is Gluten Intolerance? A group of proteins known collectively as gluten is primarily blamed as the culprit for gluten intolerance. Gluten, particularly glutenin and gliadin in wheat, secalin in rye and hordein in barley is useful in baking due to its elastic property. When an individual with g [...]
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