Category: Fitness

New Research Validates That Exercise & Diet Are Vital to Long-Term Weight Loss Success

December 17th, 2010, No Comments

Want to Keep Pounds Off? The Trick is Consistent Exercise Now that the holidays are here, New Year’s resolutions to lose weight won’t be far behind. So just in time, researchers report that keeping up a regular exercise regimen may be your best bet when it comes to keeping extra pounds at bay. It’s not [...]

WebMD: The Year in Health 2010 – See what WebMD’s 83 Million Monthly Visitors felt were The Top Health and Wellness Stories this Year

December 10th, 2010, No Comments

Every day brings health news, but only a few stories capture our imagination. In 2010, these stories ranged from the semi-comic to worrisome to tragic. Some held our interest for months. Some were red-hot Internet items that everyone talked about for a day or so…. Quite a few of the year’s most important health stories [...]

Do Energy Drinks Improve Athletic Performance?

December 8th, 2010, No Comments

By Monday, Four Loko, the alcohol-and-caffeine-laced energy drink, are scheduled to be removed from store shelves nationwide, following a ruling last month by the Food and Drug Administration that the safety of such beverages is unproven and that they should no longer be manufactured or sold. During the resulting media coverage, surprisingly little attention was [...]

Just Breathe: Body Has A Built-In Stress Reliever

December 6th, 2010, No Comments

There are plenty of ways to relieve stress — exercise, a long soak in a hot bath, or even a massage. But believe it or not, something you’re doing right now, probably without even thinking about it, is a proven stress reliever: breathing. As it turns out, deep breathing is not only relaxing, it’s been [...]

The Consensus Is…

November 22nd, 2010, No Comments

The Twinkie Diet is probably NOT a Good Idea for Permanent Weight Loss and Long- Term Health. ABC News: Experts Agree… Calories May Be King for Weight Loss, but Not Health WebMD – The Twinkie Diet: Caution – Could be Toxic to Your Health! Psychology Today: [The Downside of] The Twinkie Diet The Mayo Clinic [...]

Part 7 of Dr. Berardi’s Second Interview with Christine Williams

November 17th, 2010, No Comments

Worst weight-loss foods, why losing fat doesn’t mean starving, and the 90% rule. Part 6: The importance of working with a coach, fish oil, vegetables and “The Power of Less” Part 5: Aging and your metabolism, why we gain weight with age, and nutritional strategies for health and metabolic activity Part 4: The limits of exercise cont’d, [...]

Lori Kimble Ate What She Wanted While Losing 100 Pounds

November 5th, 2010, No Comments

Lori Kimble, age 42, has lost over a hundred pounds eating real food. Read Lori’s weight loss success story; learn how she did it and how you can too! My Weight Loss Approach: I have done a lot of weight loss programs in the past, including Weight Watchers, Nutrisystem and so on. While all had [...]

Part 6 of Dr. Berardi’s Second Interview with Christine Williams

October 27th, 2010, No Comments

The importance of working with a coach, fish oil, vegetables and “The Power of Less.” Part 5: Aging and your metabolism, why we gain weight with age, and nutritional strategies for health and metabolic activity Part 4: The limits of exercise cont’d, social support and your weight loss journey Part 3: Emotional eating cont’d, cravings and exrcise, [...]

Do You Play Sports?

October 18th, 2010, No Comments

I’ve just connected with Dr. Michael Yessis on Linked In. Here are some excerpts from his bio: Dr. Michael Yessis is President of Sports Training, Inc. a multi-faceted company specializing in biomechanical/kinesiological analyses, and specialized training and specialized equipment for explosive speed and quickness. Dr. Yessis is Professor Emeritus at California State University, Fullerton. He [...]

Weight-Loss Programs Work for Severely Obese

October 13th, 2010, No Comments

For people who are severely obese and struggling with their weight, new research shows weight-loss intervention programs that combine diet and exercise really can work. Though the benefits of diet and exercise have long been known, these studies show the impact lifestyle changes have on people who are severely obese, said researchers from the University [...]

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