Diet and Nutrition Archive

Be Sexy After 50

There are entire websites dedicated to sexy men and women over the age of 50. Check out the latest bikini pictures of 62 year old actress Jane Seymour! Wow. You can be fit, thin, and look fantastic as you age. While most of these people are genetically blessed in one way or another, they wouldn’t [&hellip

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Mindless Eating Will Destroy Your Hard Work

It’s amazing how “just one more slice” can turn into eating an entire pizza, or mindless munching while watching TV after work can lead to downing an entire bag of Doritos. Mindless snacking can tack on an extra 500, 1000, 1500 or more calories to your daily intake, which means you need to burn an [&hellip

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Treat Yourself Right

Food is delicious and, if you do it right, should be nutritious. Many prepackaged foods these days have an unnecessary number of calories for the amount of food you’re eating. These foods are calorie rich with fats and/or sugar. Many cookies are 100-200 calories each! What if you eat three? That could be 400-500 calories. [&hellip

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Parenting at the Table: Don’t Finish Everything, Try Everything!

“Finish your food or you aren’t getting up from this table!” “Clear your plate. Do you realize that children are starving in Africa (or China, India, etc.)!” “If you eat three more bites of chicken you can have dessert!” Do these sound familiar? The basic values behind these sayings (i.e. don’t waste food) are reasonable, [&hellip

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AMA Now Says “Obesity is not a condition it’s a disease.”

Big news two days ago. The American Medical Association (AMA) is taking this seriously. “Obesity” is not a condition but a “disease.” The American Medical Assn. voted Tuesday to classify obesity as a disease, a decision that should prompt doctors to get more aggressive about helping patients maintain a healthy weight. (AFP PHOTO/RONALDO SCHEMIDT / [&hellip

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Understanding and Preventing Obesity: Start Young

I have created a set of ten rules for you to use as guidelines to better understand why eating right is so important. Prevention is key, and if you teach your children how to eat right and to exercise often, you will be increasing their health and happiness for the rest of their lives. Here [&hellip

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Eat smart when you eat out

It’s six o’clock in the afternoon on a Friday evening and the JFK airport is incredibly packed. I have to wait for my flight at least one more hour and my stomach is begging me for some food, so I cave in and head to the food court. To my surprise, there are a few [&hellip

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Video: Why Fad Diets Dont Work

Fad diets are one of my biggest pet peeves. We all want a quick fix and a shortcut to beach bodies. But they don’t work! learn why and a few realities of changing your metabolism for good without

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Lifetime Dietary Habits: Why America is Fat But You Don’t Have to Be!

Look around us. Mega meals, value packs, two-for-one meals, huge portions, triple-whoppers, fried foods, stir-in fresh ice-cream stores, etc. Food is everywhere and in quantities and portions that are meant for an everyday feast. We finish a huge meal and they offer us the dessert menu with eight unbelievable and super-sized desserts. We are programmed genetically [&hellip

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Why Humans Are Genetically Programmed to be Overweight

Why is it that 70% of Americans are overweight by at least 20 pounds? Why is 15% of the population so overweight that they have developed Type 2 diabetes? Why do I now see 4-5 wheelchairs brought onto commercial flights to help people off of the plane. People who are so overweight, and have lost [&hellip

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