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September 28, 2006

Vegetarian Diets and Weight Management

How a Vegetarian Diet Can Help Your Weight Management Goals

Have you tried all the latest diet crazes in the hopes of finding the perfect weight loss solution? If you have, you’re not alone. A person who is eager to lose weight is vulnerable to trying just about anything. Many people have consumed nothing but cabbage soup or prepackaged, bland-tasting frozen meals for weeks on end in hopes of losing a few pounds of fat. You can certainly achieve all of your weight loss goals with some dedication, but you don’t have to torture yourself to do it. If you haven’t tried it yet, you may want to consider a vegetarian diet to aid your weight loss goals.

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September 26, 2006

Eating “Happy” Foods to Combat Depression

What Foods Are Good At Alleviating Depression?

If you’ve ever suffered from depression or know someone who does, you certainly know how depression can lead to increased eating. If you are depressed, it is important to stay away from unhealthy foods, which can further worsen your condition. However, that certainly doesn’t mean you can’t snack your blues away. In fact, food may be exactly what you need to put a smile back on your face.

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September 20, 2006

Omega 3 as a Weight Loss Tool

Consuming Omega 3 Can Help Promote Weight Loss

If you are trying to lose weight, you need to try Omega 3. If you’ve never heard of Omega 3, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Many people have heard about Omega 6 and Omega 9, but not the lesser known Omega 3. The fact of the matter is, new studies have evaluated Omega 3 and its relationship in regards to weight loss. It turns out that Omega 3 may have more to do with weight loss than anyone could have imagined.

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September 19, 2006

Reduced-Fat Foods and Weight Loss

Why Reduced-Fat Foods May Interfere with Your Weight Loss Goals

If you have been trying to lose weight and haven’t been successful, you should take a look at your food choices and the reduced-fat foods you might be consuming. Many dieters think they can lose weight by eating reduced-fat foods, but the marketing trend of such foods is not enough to ensure weight loss, and they may do just the opposite.

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September 16, 2006

Are Trans Fats Really Dangerous?

Why Trans Fats Can Shorten Your Life Span

Trans fats are dangerous to your health but are surprisingly found in a large number of packaged food items. Trans fats increase the risk of heart disease, which is why it is best to avoid them completely, if possible. In fact, if there’s one type of food in the world you should avoid, it’s food containing trans fats.

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September 15, 2006

Foods That Actually Help With Appetite Reduction

Appetite Reduction Can Be Achieved By Eating Certain Foods

If you’re looking to lose weight and you’re having a hard time doing it because you always seem to be hungry, you might want to try foods that result in appetite reduction. Eating foods that lead to appetite reduction can help you to feel full on fewer calories and can even curb high-calorie snacking habits.

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September 13, 2006

Exercise at Work Without Being a Professional Athlete

Anyone Can Exercise at Work!

If you are like many Americans, you spend more hours working than your parents’ generation did. Because of this, you might find that doing exercise at work has been your only way to stay fit. Unfortunately, that can be easier said than done. If you want to find a way to work exercise into your daily routine, you’ve come to the right place.

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September 11, 2006

Managing Depression-Related Eating Habits

How to Recognize and Address Depression-Related Eating Habits.

If you or someone you know suffers from depression, you might be surprised to learn about depression-related eating habits. Depression affects more than just an individual’s mood and general overall sense of well being. Depression surfaces in a number of other ways, including the form of eating disorders.

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September 8, 2006

Ephedra Is Not Extinct

The Unfortunate Availability of Ephedra on the Internet

The use of ephedra became the diet craze of the late nineties. Many people hoping to lose weight with minimal effort turned to ephedra to help meet that goal. The only problem was that ephedra can have serious and even deadly consequences. For some people, that fact was discovered a little too late. Eventually the FDA banned diet supplement products containing ephedra and we thought we’d heard the last of it. Unfortunately, that wasn’t to be the case.

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September 5, 2006

Diet Beverages Can Destroy Your Diet

Why You Should Choose Water Over Diet Beverages

If you are currently on a diet, you might want to avoid diet beverages. It might seem illogical to you considering manufacturers use the word “diet” to describe their products, but if you are serious about losing weight you should stick with water. Diet beverages are, unbelievably, not the best choice for individuals who are trying to lose a few extra pounds.

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September 2, 2006

Dairy: The Secret Weight Loss Supplement

What You Should Know Dairy and Weight Loss

Dairy and weight loss may seem incompatible, but new research suggests otherwise. If you’re looking for a great way to lose weight, you just might have been overlooking an important food group. If you’re interested in understanding how dairy can help you meet your weight loss goals, read on…

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