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How Do You Know You’re Drinking Enough Water – Jane E. Brody

I wonder how we all survived — and even thrived — in our younger years without the plethora of water bottles that nearly everyone seems to carry around these days. In reading about the risks and consequences of dehydration, especially for the elderly and anyone who exercises vigorously in hot weather, it is nothing short … Continue reading How Do You Know You’re Drinking Enough Water – Jane E. Brody

Exercise May Aid in Weight Loss, Provided You Do Enough – Gretchen Reynolds

Can working out help us to drop pounds after all? A provocative new study involving overweight men and women suggests that it probably can, undercutting a widespread notion that exercise, by itself, is worthless for weight loss. But the findings also indicate that, to benefit, we may need to exercise quite a bit. In theory, … Continue reading Exercise May Aid in Weight Loss, Provided You Do Enough – Gretchen Reynolds

10 Women Discuss The Crazy Ways They’ve Tried To Lose Weight Fast – Fizzation

Unless by some genetic miracle you're able to eat whatever you want and not look a pound over tweenage Victoria's Secret angel, you've probably tried a special diet… or three. Even if we've been down that road before — and back again — there's something about the promise of seeing results quickly (coupled with the … Continue reading 10 Women Discuss The Crazy Ways They’ve Tried To Lose Weight Fast – Fizzation

How to Stop Eating Sugar – David Leonhardt

The first thing to know: Added sugars, of one kind or another, are almost everywhere in the modern diet. They’re in sandwich bread, chicken stock, pickles, salad dressing, crackers, yogurt and cereal, as well as in the obvious foods and drinks, like soda and desserts. The biggest problem with added sweeteners is that they make … Continue reading How to Stop Eating Sugar – David Leonhardt

No, poor people don’t eat more junk food than everyone else

(Source: http://www.vox.com) Fast food is frequently blamed for damaging our health. As nutrition experts point out, it typically has excessive amounts of fat, salt, and calories per serving. More broadly, it’s seen as a key factor in the growing obesity epidemic in the US and throughout the world. And because the hamburgers, milkshakes, and fried […] … Continue reading No, poor people don’t eat more junk food than everyone else

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