Weight Loss

  • Food Monitoring for Weight Loss | Natural Health Blog
    3/12/2019
    Losing weight isn’t easy. However, according to new research, you might be able to achieve your weight loss goals using this method for just 15 minutes a day.
  • Caffeine As A Diet Aid | Natural Health Blog
    8/11/2018
    If you are interested in shedding a few excess pounds, you might think that caffeine could be a big help.  What is the verdict?  Does it work?
  • Whole Foods vs Counting Calories | Weight Loss Blog
    3/1/2018
    Confused about what diet plan is the best?  New research may help you formulate a new eating plan by cutting through some of the conflicting diet information. Discover what really works...
  • 1/11/2018
    While it can be very nice to unwind at the end of a long day with a glass of wine, it’s important to keep in mind that this is not a calorie-free endeavor. Find out why those drinks come at such a high caloric cost.
  • 11/21/2017
    Whether or not you are a fan of the popular television show “Biggest Loser,” there are some things we can learn from the contestants’ behavior...
  • 10/5/2017
    Shedding excess weight is not easy, but one little bad habit can make a huge difference. According to new research, even eliminating one can of soda a week can make a difference in your weight. Read more...
  • Slow and Steady Weight Loss | Health Blog
    9/14/2017
    New research suggests that if you want the weight to not only come off, but stay off, you will fare better with a slower pace.
  • Obesity Worldwide Problem | Natural Health Blog
    8/4/2017
    It might not surprise you to hear that obesity rates are increasing around the world, but to see the actual numbers is astounding. United States remains number one.
  • Lose More Weight with a Vegetarian Diet | Weight Loss Blog
    6/24/2017
    New research suggests that going vegetarian “might” make a big difference in turning the corner for losing some of that extra weight.
  • Instagram as a Weight-Loss Tool | Health Blog
    5/11/2017
    Instagram can potentially serve as a way to improve your eating habits. In fact, new research suggests that it may be a useful tool for dietary support.
  • Weight and Cancer Risk | Natural Health Blog
    4/13/2017
    Although it becomes harder to lose weight as you age, there are major health benefits involved. New research suggests that being overweight in your 20s sets you up for a higher cancer risk over time.
  • Younger People Having Strokes | Health Blog
    12/19/2016
    Bad news: research shows that the average age of occurrence for a first stroke has recently been getting younger.
  • 4 Tips for Avoiding Holiday Weight Gain | Health Blog
    12/15/2016
    Read on for some easy ways to navigate the holidays and still have clothes that fit.
  • Hungry After Mental Strain | Health Blog
    10/5/2016
    Frequently our reaction to a hard mental workout is to eat—a lot. According to new research, countering the after effects of mental activity with some physical activity may help keep you from overindulging.
  • What Is A Healthy Breakfast? | Natural Health Blog
    9/15/2016
    September has been deemed Better Breakfast Month, so we’re here to remind you not only to start your day off with a meal (maybe), but to try to improve it nutritionally (definitely).
  • The Best Time of Day to Exercise | Weight Loss Blog
    8/6/2016
    Some of us hop out of bed, slip on running shoes and plunge right into a workout even before sunrise, while others can’t imagine hitting the streets before coffee. Likewise, some eat dinner and then head out to the gym when the stars come out, leaving their exhausted brethren on the couch watching TV. Does it matter whether you exercise first thing or wait until day is done?
  • Weight Loss Reduces Diabetes & Heart Disease | Natural Health Blog
    6/30/2016
    A significant weight reduction is linked to improvements in blood sugar levels and a decrease in numerous heart disease risk factors in those with diabetes over a long-term period.
  • How To Maintain Weight Loss | Weight Loss Newsletter
    6/4/2016
    If you're severely overweight, it would be tempting to take the findings of the Obesity study as an excuse to give up. That would be a mistake.
  • Reduce Toddlers Sweet Snacks For Healthy Adult Weight | Health Blog
    5/5/2016
    Toddlers who choose to eat sweet snacks rather than salty ones may face a greater risk of becoming overweight children.
  • Eating Beans & Legumes For Weight Loss | Weight Loss Blog
    4/14/2016
    Increasing your intake of legumes may boost feelings of satiety after a meal causing you to consume less and potentially shed extra pounds without making any other dietary changes.
  • Sounds of Chewing Cut Portion Sizes | Health Blog
    4/7/2016
    Hearing the sounds we make while eating may keep our consumption levels lower than when they are drowned out by other noises.
  • Height and Weight Disadvantages | Health Blog
    3/24/2016
    Shorter men and heavier women may find themselves at a small but noticeable disadvantage when it comes to both education and income levels.
  • Losing Money Motivates Weight Loss | Natural Weight Loss Blog
    3/5/2016
    The threat of losing a monetary reward if an exercise goal is not attained may be more motivating than the potential to earn a reward if the goal is attained.
  • Vacation Weight Gain Caused By Alcohol | Weight Loss Blog
    2/27/2016
    The majority of Americans gain some weight during the course of their vacations and tend not to lose it after they've returned home.
  • Why Many Overeat Healthy Foods | Health Blog
    1/21/2016
    People tend to request larger portions, eat a greater quantity, and feel less satiated when consuming food that is branded "healthy" on its packaging.
  • Alcohol's Acute Effect on Food Intake
    1/14/2016
    Consuming alcohol impairs the inhibitory control that we normally would use to stop ourselves from overeating.
  • Singles Have Lower Weight | Natural Health Blog
    12/31/2015
    Single men and women who are not cohabiting with a romantic partner may have a lower body mass index (BMI) than their peers who live with a significant other.
  • 11/19/2015
    A new pill takes an "ingenious" approach to cutting your appetite. You swallow the pill, and then the shell dissolves and a balloon the size of a grapefruit automatically inflates.
  • Causes For Weight Gain More Than Calories? | Natural Weight Loss
    11/7/2015
    A recent study concluded that factors other than diet and physical activity may be contributing to the increase in BMI over time. But is it true?
  • Hide Junk Food to Lose Weight | Weigh-Loss Blog
    11/7/2015
    It may be the foods we see many times a day on the kitchen counter and eat without even thinking that cause a weight gain over time.
  • Late Bedtimes and Weight Gain in Teens | Weight Loss Blog
    10/24/2015
    Late night bedtimes rather than fewer hours of sleep per night may be a major factor in unhealthy weight gain in teenagers.
  • Obesity Leads To Alzheimer's | Mental Health Blog
    10/20/2015
    People who are overweight or obese at age 50 have a sharply increased risk of developing early Alzheimer's.
  • 8/1/2015
    According to a new study, if you are obese, the odds of your returning to a weight in the normal range are not good.
  • 5/22/2006
    A detailed description of the clinical studies which proved that this formula could drop blood sugar numbers by an average 54 points - approximately double than what was seen with other all natural alternatives.
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