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Overeating Causes

What Triggers Overeating

Food is the sustenance of life. Your body requires nutrients to thrive, and we get those nutrients through our diets. However, your body only requires so much food before it is satisfied. When you eat too much, most excess nutrients are discarded as waste while some are put into storage, waiting for the chance to […]

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Why do we Need Fiber in Our Body

Low Glycemic Foods

Are you trying to lose weight but find yourself constantly battling hunger pains? You may not be getting enough fiber in your diet. Fiber helps you stay full longer, which helps you to cut back on extra calories by resisting the urge to snack or overeat. Fiber is a complex carbohydrate that keeps blood sugar […]

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Benefits of Eating Fruit and Vegetables: Mdslim

4 Steps to Boost Your Metabolism

According to a recent set of guidelines released by Tom Vilsack, Secretary of Agriculture, Americans should eat more fruits and vegetables, while cutting the salt and fat in their diets. Studies suggest that two-thirds of all United States Adults are either obese or overweight — over one-third of children are obese or overweight. Clearly, Americans […]

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Portion Control for Medical Weight Loss

Portion Control for Medical Weight Loss

When it comes to portion sizes, America’s cups are quite literally running over. Value-meals are supersized, homemade meals are rare and sodas are looked at as an energy boosting alternative to water.

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Be Wary of Calorie Counts on Menus

OPTIFAST and Eating Cues

Between hectic work schedules and day to day family needs, many of us do not have time to cook a healthy meal every night, and instead are often left to search the menus for a low calorie alternative. Many restaurants are helping out by posting their calorie counts directly on the menu, but if you […]

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Health Benefits of Leafy Greens

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Leafy greens are healthy and delicious, but too many people forget to include them in their diet. Spinach, kale, broccoli and cabbage are high in fiber, low in calories, and deliver a good portion of your daily RDA for several vitamins.

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How to Make Exercise Fun

Get More Flexible With Your Workout Routine

You know that exercise can help you lose weight. You may even know that it can help lower your cholesterol and blood pressure, improve your energy levels, and reduce your risk for depression. But if you find the idea of a workout routine boring, it’s still difficult to get motivated to exercise regularly. If you dread going to the gym but understand the importance of physical activity, check out these tips for making exercise fun.

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