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Weight Loss Products and ways protect your Memory as you Age discussed on the ‘The Dr. Oz Show’

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(Best Syndication News) - On Friday’s ‘The Dr. Oz Show,’ there were segments concerning new weight loss products and ways you can protect your memory as you age.

Weight Loss Products

Losing weight is not easy, but Doctor Mehmet Oz shared a variety of weight loss products that could help people diet and lose weight. Dr. Oz had audience members bring their weight loss product that they use. With each member he would ask if they wanted to trade it in for his recommended product. Of course each said "yes". These innovative weight loss products got Dr. Oz’s seal of approval.

Best Time to Lose Weight and Boost Metabolism discussed on ‘The Dr. Oz Show’

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(Best Syndication News) - On Friday’s ‘The Dr. Oz Show,’ Doctor Mehmet Oz discussed how to maximize weight loss and boost metabolism by doing certain things at specific times of the day. Ther was also had a nutrition doctor, Melina Jampolis MD., who shared how to overcome sugar and fat addiction.

Doctor Oz offered shortcuts to help us lose weight. Sometimes people have a difficult time losing weight even when they are doing all the right things, such as exercising and eating less. There is research that Doctor Oz found suggesting optimal times of days to burn fat, boost metabolism, and even go grocery shopping. Here is Doctor Oz’s list of things you can do at certain times of day to increase weight loss.

Walk with Walgreens promotion earn coupons for walking 30 minutes everyday

Walk with Walgreens promotion earn coupons for walking 30 minutes everyday

Walk with Walgreens website

(Best Syndication News) - Alison Sweeney who is host on the 'Biggest Loser' reality TV show, is now a spokesperson promoting the 'Walk with Walgreens' program. The 'Walk with Walgreens' promotion will give you rewards as you track your walking on their website.

Walgreens said that walking is one of the most fundamental exercises that there is to do. Walking can help your health, happiness, and even the environment. They want people to set goals and achieve them with walking and that is why they are having the 'Walk with Walgreens' program.

Their 'Walk with Walgreens' website is at walk.walgreens.com. This is where you can sign up for free and start logging your walks. There are several great videos to help educate you on ways to become motivated and to accomplish goals with your walking. There is also a forum at their website, where you can talk with other walkers to gain motivation and support.

Type 2 Diabetes – Combination of Weight Training and Aerobic Exercise help Lower A1c Levels

Type 2 Diabetes – Combination of Weight Training and Aerobic Exercise help Lower A1c Levels

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(Best Syndication News) - Both weight training and aerobic exercise combined was helpful for lowering A1c levels in Type 2 Diabetes patients when comparing those that do physical activities. The benefits of lowering glycemic levels wasn't as good with those that did only one type of exercise and not the other. The HART-D trial study was conducted by Timothy S. Church, M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D., of Louisiana State University System, Baton Rouge, Louisiana along with colleagues reported their findings in the November 24th issue of JAMA.

Most scientists will agree that exercise is important for people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. These researchers wanted to know which exercise, aerobic, resistance (weight training) or both types of exercise would be the most beneficial to a person with type 2 diabetes.

Church and his colleagues conducted the HART-D trial study which had 262 sedentary men and women diagnosed with type 2 diabetes participate either in an aerobic training, resistance weight training, or a combination of both types to see if there would be lower A1c levels. These official name is HbA1c and is a measurement that tells what a persons blood glucose levels averaged over time. The participants were 63 percent women, 47.3 percent were non-white, average age 56 years old, had a HbA1c level of 7.7 percent, had diabetes mellitus diagnosis for 7.1 years.

Office Jobs may be Contributing to Obesity Epidemic

Office Jobs may be Contributing to Obesity Epidemic

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(Best Syndication News) - Lead author, researcher Carl-Étienne Juneau who is from the Université de Montréal found a link between a higher rate of obesity with office workers which might be contributing to the obesity epidemic. The new study was first published in the online edition of Preventive Medicine.

The research looked at a Canadian database of statistics of the health of 17,000 to 132,000 individuals. Based on this information the researchers found that a 10 percent increase of obesity in the population from 1978 and 2004 because of the lack of physical activity in the office workplace environment.

Juneau suggests that in order to improve physical activity in the office workers they might want to try to spread their activity throughout the day. For instance, take a walk during a break or use the stairs instead of the elevator.

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