Weight Loss

How Adjusting The Way You Eat Can Help You Lose Weight

How Adjusting The Way You Eat Can Help You Lose Weight

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If you want to lose weight without going on a diet per se, there are a few eating habits that you can change. We live in an economy today that is used to eating large portions without the worry of health; that is until the appearance becomes apparent. By altering the way you eat you can stay healthy and at a comfortable weight without having to go on a diet.

In our society it is acceptable and widely practiced to overeat and stuff ourselves. The first thing you can do to avoid overeating is stop before your stuffed. This is not to say you should stop eating or eat small portions. However, there is a difference between eating until your full and eating until you can't move anymore. There is nothing that says you have to clear your entire plate before you can leave, so don't do it.

Childhood Obesity - Exercise is lacking because of watching TV and Playing Video Games

Childhood Obesity - Exercise is lacking because of TV watching and Playing Video Games

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Researchers from the University of Toronto found that one of the best ways to improve a child’s health is by limiting watching TV and playing video games as these activities take away time from physical activity. Bad habits from childhood become bad habits as adults. This study was first reported in the Journal of Adolescent Health.

"Because television is so commonplace in our society, we don't realize how much of an impact it has on youth," said co-author Professor Ken Allison of the department of public health sciences and principal investigator in the physical activity research program. "We need to be reminded that it is crucial to turn them off in order to establish healthy and active patterns in childhood and adolescence that will remain with individuals into adulthood."

Type 2 Diabetes – Lower your risk with Diet and Exercise

Type 2 Diabetes – Lower your risk with Diet and Exercise

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A study funded by the National Institutes of Health, found that there is a reduced risk for developing type 2 diabetes if you restrict calories and exercise to lose weight. The researchers from Saint Louis University found that both exercise and calorie restriction proved beneficial to lowering the risk for developing diabetes.

"Both diet and exercise provide profound benefits to reduce the risk of diabetes. Both those who restrict calories and those who exercise benefit from weight loss," says Edward Weiss, Ph.D., lead author and assistant professor of nutrition and dietetics at Saint Louis University's Doisy College of Health Sciences.

Children are increasingly fatter in the Waist

Children are increasingly fatter in the Waist

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Belly fat is one of the most dangerous places to store fat as it increase a person’s risk of developing a number of potentially deadly diseases. According to a recent study published in today’s Pediatrics children have become increasing obese in the abdomen by 65 percent more when comparing children from 1988 to children in 2004.

Waist measurement is increasingly being recognized a predictor for future health problems, even more so than Body Mass Index (BMI). The larger your waistline you increase your chances of developing cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and metabolic syndrome. If a child has the increasing belly fat, however, the researchers say that by losing weight and changing their lifestyle that many of these conditions could be prevented and the damage could be reversible if they haven’t developed any disease.

Dr. Oz visits on Oprah TV Show – discusses new book “You on a Diet”

Dr. Oz visits on Oprah TV Show – discusses new book “You on a Diet”

You: On a Diet: The Owner's Manual for Waist Management [AUDIOBOOK] (Audio CD)
by Michael F. Roizen (Narrator), Mehmet C. Oz (Narrator)

Dr. Oz and co-author Dr. Rozen have released a new book called “You on a Diet” and visited today on the Oprah TV show about ways that you can changer your lifestyle to help you lose weight.

Dr. Oz told Oprah that your health has to do with your waistline, even more than how much you weigh. If you stomach measures over 32 ½ inches for a women, or over 35 inches for a man then you are to heavy. This excess fat around your waist is hurting your health. You could have fat thighs and a small waist and even though you might be overweight it is not going to hurt your health as much.

Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen have compiled successful books to help people with improving your health. Their first book “You the Owners Manual” put these doctors on the bestsellers lists at the book store. Now, with their new book, “You on a Diet” the doctor’s teams up again to tackle the tough subject on helping people maintain a healthy body weight. In this book, they discuss how your body works biologically to win at losing weight.

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