Love Red Meat? Cutting Back Just a Bit Helps Heart

Istockphoto By Amanda Gardner Eating too much red meat has long been a no-no for people with high cholesterol and other risk factors for heart disease. But it hasn’t always been clear how much is too much. Now, a new study suggests that you don’t have to cut out red meat altogether to improve your heart health. If you eat ...

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Is Sugar the New Health Food Craze? Don’t Believe the Hype

Istockphoto By Julie Upton, RD I caught a disturbing article in The New York Times this week about how food marketers are promoting table sugar as a “natural,” “healthier” ingredient compared to high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS). This comes on the heels of those commercials you’ve probably seen, sponsored by the Corn Refiners Association, claiming that HFCS actually isn’t any worse ...

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What Causes Body Odor? Reasons You Smell

Sometimes odors can’t be tackled solely with soaps and scrubs. Here are a couple of shocking components that may give you B.O.—and learn how to repair them (quick, we promise!). A brand new Rx iStock/gemphotography You take drugs to really feel higher. But as a aspect impact, some drugs (akin to morphine or fever-reducing medication) make you sweat. And that ...

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Foods Successful Keto Dieters Never Eat

Lots of tasty meals are OK for keto eaters—avocado, fish, and butter, for instance. Some different scrumptious meals may be keto pleasant, however individuals who’ve had weight-loss success on the keto weight loss program assume you need to keep away from them anyway. Here’s why. Zero-carbohydrate meals Melica/Shutterstock People on the ketogenic (keto) weight loss program are fastidious carbohydrate counters. ...

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Fixed bedtime, sufficient sleep may lead to healthier teens

According to a recent study, having a fixed bedtime and getting sufficient amount of sleep from early childhood may lead to a healthy body weight in adolescence. The results of the study were published in the journal ‘Sleep’. The researchers at Penn State identified groups of children by bedtime and sleep routines and tested longitudinal associations for each group with ...

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The Art of Finding a Diet Partner

By Shaun Chavis I’m in the market for some motivation—in the form of a new fitness partner. It’s easier to tear myself away from work in the evening when I’ve got an unbreakable appointment with a walking buddy or my trainer (since I’m pinching pennies, I don’t see my trainer as often these days). People were more successful at losing ...

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5 Simple Keto Diet Hacks for Sustainable Weight Loss

The methods for losing a few pounds are infinite. A fast seek for weight reduction data will yield 1000’s of choices, from fasting to fad diets to keto weight loss program plans. Each fats loss strategy could cause the numbers on the dimensions to plummet, however how will you stop them from going again up in the long term? Most ...

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3 Secrets to Losing Weight and Keeping It Off

Getty Images By Shaun Chavis My favorite part of my job is working on our “I Did It” weight loss success stories. I get to talk with so many amazing people who have truly changed their lives. Medical professionals say they think it’s an unusual achievement for someone to lose 10% of his or her body weight and keep it ...

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Food Combinations That Boost Your Health

Some meals are scrumptious—and much more nutritious—when eaten collectively. Talk about energy duos. Hard boiled egg + salad Istock/hmproudlove Out of all of the quite a few topping choices on the salad bar, choose up a tough boiled egg. The fats within the egg yolk helps your physique greatest soak up carotenoids, disease-busting antioxidants present in veggies, based on 2015 ...

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