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2014/11/24 11:15
2014/11/24 11:15
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Matthew Boober recalls the laundry list of health problems his doctor rattled off nearly 10 years ago, when the Carmel man weighed more than 500 pounds: high blood pressure, diabetes, high...
2014/11/24 11:15
2014/11/24 11:15
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2014/11/23 18:45
2014/11/23 18:45
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Not all foods are created equal when it comes to the impact on body weight. Some are higher in calories than others. Others are tougher to eat in small portions. Still others are both rich in calories...
2014/11/22 05:33
2014/11/22 05:33
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If you take in less energy than your body requires, you lose weight; when you take in more than you need, you gain weight. When your energy is in perfect balance, you maintain your weight. It seems so...
2014/11/21 23:45
2014/11/21 23:45
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Sure, you could eat whatever you wanted in high school and stay thin as a rail. But unfortunately you're not 17 anymore, and even if you work out 'round the clock, you can't transform your body if you...
2014/11/20 10:27
2014/11/20 10:27
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The freezer aisle has come a long way in the 60 years since the first TV dinners entered the scene. Instead of Salisbury steak and sad, rubbery peas, today's microwavable meals are likely to include...
2014/11/20 00:10
2014/11/20 00:10
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... - Have you ever considered a raw food diet? One that consists entirely of uncooked food? Experts say there is no universal definition for a raw food diet, but in general the idea is that...
2014/11/19 20:52
2014/11/19 20:52
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Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter The findings, he said, offer one explanation for the negative health effects linked to shift work. Past studies have shown that people on night or rotating shifts have...
2014/11/19 15:46
2014/11/19 15:46
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The grocery store can be a tricky place. Between the trendy buzzwords on packaging, the tempting low prices on processed food and the limited amount of time you'd like to spend reading nutrition...
2014/11/18 15:30
2014/11/18 15:30
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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A new study at NYU suggests that restricting your diet could change genes linked to aging and memory formation. Cutting back on food by 30 percent virtually stopped the...
2014/11/16 13:27
2014/11/16 13:27
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Here’s a little secret about breastfeeding: Regardless of what you eat, your baby will get all of the nutrients he needs to grow. But that doesn’t mean you should just chow down on chips— make the...
2014/11/13 19:27
2014/11/13 19:27
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The holiday season is right around the corner and as you grab that pumpkin spice latte, indulge in some pecan pie or bake batches of cookies, how much are you really paying attention to the amount of...
2014/11/10 13:39
2014/11/10 13:39
13d
A new study has found that spending more time preparing meals at home is linked to a healthier diet. Spending more time at home preparing meals is associated with several indicators of a better diet,...
2014/11/09 03:45
2014/11/09 03:45
15d
Including plenty of whole grains in your diet puts you at lower risk for diabetes, heart disease and certain kinds of cancer. Studies show it also can help trim belly fat and make statin drugs (that...
2014/11/07 14:27
2014/11/07 14:27
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Recent studies and experts agree: butter is back. Yet the news might be a hard one to swallow especially if you nixed it from your diet years ago. So how much butter is beneficial? And is it really...
2014/11/07 01:26
2014/11/07 01:26
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Did you know that some schools actually want to make their lunches less healthy? It's true. Some colleagues of mine, Jennifer Woo Baidal and Elsie Taveras, wrote about it in a terrific article in the...
2014/11/05 12:41
2014/11/05 12:41
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As the weather cools off I start thinking about brussels sprouts. These little jewels are the perfect vegetable for this time of the year, growing more flavorful and more nutritious every day in the...
2014/11/05 05:06
2014/11/05 05:06
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Whether coconut oil is good or bad for you is a topic of debate, particularly now that the Food and Drug Administration is taking a hard look at the fats that are bad for us. "We should replace...
2014/11/04 12:26
2014/11/04 12:26
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School lunch is back in the news again but for a different reason. While there's been a lot of hoopla about whether or not kids are eating and enjoying the new healthy school lunches being served in...
2014/11/03 10:52
2014/11/03 10:52
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High sodium intake has been linked to worsening high blood pressure, a condition that can, in turn, increase the risk of heart disease, congestive heart failure and kidney disease, according to the...
2014/11/03 07:16
2014/11/03 07:16
21d
It sounds paradoxical: To lose weight, eat more fat. But that tactic is exactly what many health experts are recommending in order to combat the current obesity crisis. Wait a minute, you say. Isn't...
2014/11/24 11:15
2014/11/24 11:15
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