Weight Loss

Clinical-based research, analysis, and articles focused on helping you find your healthiest weight

  • Unsealing the health secrets of sous vide

    Unsealing the health secrets of sous vide

    Sous vide outperforms traditional cooking methods by maintaining a higher degree of nutritional value, food safety and flavor.

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  • Don’t be afraid of your mistakes

    Don’t be afraid of your mistakes

    Sarah Sapora, self-love and health advocate, discusses how not to be afraid of making mistakes in life.

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  • Hosting a healthy cookout your guests will love

    Hosting a healthy cookout your guests will love

    The return of summer brings a whole host of seasonal and fresh foods you can incorporate at your next cookout. Try swapping out less healthy options for their guilt-free alternatives.

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  • For some, depression deepens as temperatures rise

    For some, depression deepens as temperatures rise

    Most people associate depression with the dark, cold months of winter, but in fact, suicide attempts peak in spring and summer. Here are some ideas for getting through warm weather depression.

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  • Banish workout boredom with fat-burning HIIT exercise

    Banish workout boredom with fat-burning HIIT exercise

    Your normal workout routine may not be helping you lose those extra pounds. Find out why mixing it up with high-intensity interval training can do more for your physical fitness then you think.

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  • Men can pedal without fretting about performance

    Men can pedal without fretting about performance

    An enduring concern for some men is that the numbness they feel when riding a bike may lead to erectile dysfunction. But studies show that's not the case.

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  • Guard your heart: How to prevent, survive and recover from a heart attack

    Guard your heart: How to prevent, survive and recover from a heart attack

    Protect your heart and ward off a heart attack with diet, exercise and healthy lifestyle choices. And perhaps a spare aspirin in your pocket.

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  • Yoga tools that raise your game

    Yoga tools that raise your game

    To enhance their yoga practice, many people use tools to achieve correct poses and avoid injury while building strength, flexibility and balance.

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  • Mushroom tea: A fungi new way to give your morning a boost

    Mushroom tea: A fungi new way to give your morning a boost

    Certain mushroom varieties like chaga and reishi are thought to have immune-boosting benefits.

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  • Change your POV: Can hanging upside down improve your health?

    Change your POV: Can hanging upside down improve your health?

    Here are some of the most popular reasons people practice inversion therapy today.

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  • Exercise and physical activity are key to living well with Parkinson's

    Exercise and physical activity are key to living well with Parkinson's

    Exercise can be helpful whether you have been living with Parkinson’s for a day or for decades.

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  • Sitting is the new smoking: Unshackle yourself from your desk

    Sitting is the new smoking: Unshackle yourself from your desk

    The demands of your job may tend to keep you hunched over a computer screen, focused on the daily project. But to stay healthy, you should make time daily for physical activity and to eat well.

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  • Your daily choices can lessen — or increase — your heart risk

    Your daily choices can lessen — or increase — your heart risk

    You might not realize how your daily decisions have ramifications that can reach all the way to the vessels of your heart. The good news is that you can get ahead of heart problems.

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  • Wheeze, sneeze, compete: Athletes and asthma

    Wheeze, sneeze, compete: Athletes and asthma

    Although athletes suffer from asthma at a higher rate than the general public, it doesn’t mean they can’t compete at an elite level.

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  • What are we doing when we yawn?

    What are we doing when we yawn?

    For such a common behavior, yawning has been the subject of a lot of speculation and not a lot of concrete explanation. It plays both a physiological and sociological role.

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  • It’s treatable: Many bounce back from congestive heart failure

    It’s treatable: Many bounce back from congestive heart failure

    Despite the sinister-sounding diagnosis, congestive heart failure is highly survivable. With expert treatment, many patients can enjoy a normal lifespan and a high quality of life.

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  • Coffee versus wine: which is healthier?

    Coffee versus wine: which is healthier?

    Wine and coffee have generated decades' worth of debate and studies examining the benefits or harmful effects of each. It takes time and careful reading to sort through the claims and counterclaims.

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  • Cooking with essential oils: a little dab will do

    Cooking with essential oils: a little dab will do

    Always dilute essential oils when cooking or ingesting

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  • Diets for change

    Diets for change

    Different diets are designed with different goals in mind, from weight loss to heart health to sustainability

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  • Are you really lactose intolerant?

    Are you really lactose intolerant?

    Unlike people with lactose intolerance who may be able to consume dairy in limited quantities without a problem, if you have a casein allergy you should avoid milk and milk products entirely

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