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What Carbs to Eat to Lose Your Weight and Reduce your Dress Size

In this article, we are discussing one of the biggest nutritional problems that people are facing today and this is the carbs because they make you gain weight. So, here we are evaluating the best carbs that will help you drop your weight, lose a dress size and get your energy back. It is true that extra weight takes your energy away and it is getting even more difficult when you are doing a physically demanding job.

How Too Much Sitting Is Ruining Your Health

How much time do you spend each day just sitting? The average person spends around 8 hours per day and you could easily spend up to 15 hours just sitting down somewhere and this is not very good for your body.

Excessive sitting is defined as anytime you sit more than two hours per day leads to what health professionals call sitting disease which sounds like a hilarious name until you realize that it cab lead to some major and surprising health problems later down the road including an overall life span.

Facts about Saxenda: Side Effects, Studies, Cost, FDA Approval

Top 6 Weight Loss Myths That Sabotage Your Weight Loss

Many people want to lose weight, but they find it hard to figure out which weight loss tips are true and which are false.

Here are 5 of the most common weight loss myths debunked:

Green Coffee Weight Loss Scam – Study Was Baloney

Weight loss can be achieved in many ways. Green Coffee is certainly NOT one of them. The green coffee weight loss claim was based on false research data. We now know that Green coffee is a scam.

Are Waist Trimmers Good for Spinal Arthritis and Weight Loss?

You have probably seen advertisements for waist trimmer belts, also known as waist slimmers. They supposedly alleviate back pain while at the same time they trim your waist. A friend of mine, who is a little overweight, suffers from chronic back pain and I was thinking of buying one for him. Because I never buy anything without researching it, I spent quite some time checking them out to see if they are actually worth the money.

Triclosan, A Soap Ingredient That Causes Cancer

Triclosan refers to a chemical ingredient found in many consumer products like soaps, toothpaste, cosmetics, toys, shampoos and detergents. A new study shows that long term use of this antimicrobial agent may raise cancer susceptibility to humans.

Iron Deficiency After Bariatric Surgery

There is no question that the United States and other developed nations are experiencing an obesity epidemic: based on figures from 2003-2004, 32.3% of Americans are obese, with another 4.8% considered morbidly obese [1]. Both the popular media and the medical community have acknowledged this growing problem, and there has been an increasing focus on addressing obesity through diet, exercise, and medical treatments. But for those who are morbidly obese, these methods often do not produce satisfactory results.

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