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Healthy Foods That Will Help You Lose Weight

When trying to lose weight it can be easy to get caught up in counting calories, sugars, and fat grams, and totally forget about the actual nutrition of the food itself. Incorporating some of these foods into your weight loss program will ensure that you still lose the pounds, but also reap the health benefits.

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Schwinn Recumbent Stationary Bike Review - Good Exercise on a Laid-Back Bike

One of the most difficult things to do when a person has started an exercise routine is to actually get up and start working out. The first step in getting into shape is gathering the motivation to stand on your feet and start moving. Luckily, with a Schwinn recumbent stationary bike you don't have to actually stand on your feet to start moving. For years, exercise bikes have been perceived as a semi-lazy workout, and Schwinn makes that workout even lazier with their recumbent bike.

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Does Sibutramine Work?

In a scientific review article published this year in the journal of Vascular Health and Risk Management the authors conclude: "Sibutramine, in conjunction with lifestyle measures, is a useful drug for reducing body weight and improving

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Is the Lemonade Diet Effective?

Fad diets have been around forever it seems and some people seem willing to try just about anything to lose weight in order to fit into a sexy swimsuit come summer or to wear their old favorite clothes. Truth is though, most of these fad diets are not strategies to lose weight and to eat better in the long run, but interesting marketing lures that actually amount to starving oneself with the promise of some type of liquid concoction on a regular basis so that you don’t dry out and die. So what about the Lemonade Diet?

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Gastric Bypass And Alcoholism: Trading Food For Alcohol

More and more studies are showing that those who have weight loss surgeries may end up with another addiction after their surgery. Medical experts state that between 5 and 30% of patients who undergo gastric bypass operations will switch from an addiction to food to something else. This is known as addiction transfer and the most common swaps involve alcohol, smoking, gambling, shopping, and exercise.

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Can Chemicals Such As Phthalates Prevent Weight Loss?

This may or may not have crossed your mind. You’ve been working hard all week at losing weight, watching what you’re cooking with and what you are eating, but have you ever wondered whether what your ingesting (other than  food) is perhaps altering your body’s ability to lose weight?

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How To Lose Weight On A Budget - Save Dollars And Lose Pounds.

Tightening the purse strings doesn’t necessarily mean waving goodbye to the weight loss diet and workouts. With these smart strategies you can save money and still lose weight, all at the same time.

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Power Yoga And Weight Loss. A Healthy Way To Lose Weight

Many of us would probably not necessarily have thought that traditional yoga and weight loss would be in the one category. However, power yoga can help you with your weight loss program. You may not lose weight as rapidly as you would running around the jogging park, or hitting the gym, but you will still shed pounds. Better still, as the pounds slip away, your mind and body will also be benefiting from the well documented positives that yoga brings.

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Do Low Glycemic Foods Help Weight Loss?

You may have heard of this diet approach before (especially if you’re diabetic) or maybe you’re just hearing about it now. Truth is more and more doctors and nutritionists are getting on board and recommending a low glycemic diet as a way for people to control and lose weight. Why is that and how can low glycemic foods help you lose weight? Here’s the skinny on this topic.

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Does How Much You Sleep Affect Weight Loss?

It may come to no surprise to you that studies indicate that easily half of the US population is currently overweight and that a bit more than a third are considered technically obese. It’s also quite interesting to note that since the early 1900’s the amount of sleep that people here in the US have been getting per night has also declined steadily from approximately nine hours of sleep to less than six or even five hours. So what’s up in America?

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