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New research from the Massachusetts General Hospital for Children indicates that reducing time spent in front of the television and increasing a child’s sleep time result in reducing the risk of weight gain and becoming obese. Specifically, this study followed children aged 2-5 for six months.  Half of the children maintained their normal household routines,…

 

New and alarming information concerning childhood obesity reveals that the heaviest children are gaining more weight and at a more rapid pace than ever before.  This startling increase in weight gain has led to 5%, or over 4 million children, being classified as “severely obese”. While obesity increases the risks of many diseases and unwanted…

 

The type of bacteria in your gut may determine if you become overweight or even obese.  New findings released in Science Translational Medicine offer support of the importance of probiotics for gut health and the importance of probiotics for weight control. Specifically, this study reports that people who gained the most amount of weight seemed…

 

Increase Fat Burning and Weight Loss with a Big Breakfast Making breakfast the  largest meal of the day may increase fat burning; speed up weight-loss; and decrease insulin, blood glucose levels and cholesterol levels.  New research published in the journal Obesity studied weight loss trends over 12-weeks among two groups of women, one group who…

 

The health benefits of krill oil have received quite a bit of attention as of late; looking at the research, its easy to see why.  After years of promoting the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil and plant-based sources like chia and flax seeds, research is now demonstrating the raw, natural oil from…

 

Controversial new research from Scientists at Purdue University are leading to a shocking conclusion when it comes to the health benefits of diet sodas; in fact, the study demonstrates the exact opposite of what consumers have been told for years. The study, conducted by Susan E. Swithers, a Purdue professor of psychological sciences and a…

 
 

Findings concluded from a 30-year study released by the U.S. National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute and published in the Journal of American Medical Association demonstrate a direct correlation between heart disease and obesity. Specifically, the study showed that a person’s risk of subclinical coronary heart disease increased by 2 to 4% for each year…

 

Encouraging new research from the Medical College of Wisconsin demonstrates that supplementing with probiotics may improve leptin production, controlling appetite and reduce the risk of heart disease[1].  Specifically, researchers found that consuming probiotics support a healthy 10:1 ratio of good to bad bacteria in the body, which demonstrated the ability to assist in the battle…

 

On June 18, 2013, physician members of the American Medical Association took aggressive action in the war on obesity, voting to declare the condition as a recognized disease in the United States.  With over 78 million American adults and 12 million American children now suffering from obesity, an official medical condition, the AMA’s vote  was…

 
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