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Does Breast Feeding Help You Lose Weight? by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 Jan 2010 6:57pm Salma Hayek has an amazing rack - and I'm not talking about her ability to fill a sweater, er, movie role. They're amazing because of their ability to feed a baby. It's the real secret in Victoria's Secret - breasts are not just fun bags. They also squirt milk. Which I suppose could also be considered fun in some circles. Hey, I don't know ... Read on »
Obesity and the birth quality by chx99 Posted Sun 18 Mar 2012 4:44am Said to obesity, the world health organization has defined as obesity disease, it is at present the cardio-cerebrovascular disease and cancer of the human health threat after the third big disease. The incidence of obesity is modern people more and more, and obesity has become the world's important medical problems and serious social problem i ... Read on »
Breastfeeding children 'cuts r ... by John R. Posted Thu 22 Dec 2011 7:40am Breastfeeding children 'cuts risk of obesity and diabetes in later life' Ho hum! This mystical epidemiological knowledge never stops. I have no doubt that breast feeding is a generally good thing but saying which of the effects described below is due to breast feeding is impossible. There are strong social class effects on breastfeeding ... Read on »
The real, exposed story on: How Celebrities Lose The Baby Weight- and make women everywhere crazy! by Ray Salomone Posted Tue 23 Jun 2009 6:55pm Jump to Comments The real, exposed story on:How Celebrities Lose The Baby Weight- and make women everywhere crazy!   Ray Salomone-The Wellness Crusader A combination of many emails and my brewing disgust at the celebrity magazines and their coverage of “How I Lost The baby Weight” have compelled me to finally expose the sham behi ... Read on »
Getting Your Body Back After Pregnancy: What not to do by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 21 Dec 2011 12:40am See – she’s fine now! Check out that core strength!! Compare Jelly Bean’s fab plank to this woman’s – this has got to be the worst “fitness” photo I’ve ever seen ! (And no comment about the two binkies. We’re working on it!) I love her one boot/one plaid sandal combo. She cracks me up every single day. “Huh, we never really figu ... Read on »
Lose The Baby Weight-Post Pregnancy Exercise by Ray Salomone Posted Wed 15 Jul 2009 8:06pm NEWMOMMY FITNESS  NINE MONTHS TO GAIN IT, NINE MONTHS TO LOSE IT We’ve worked with many new mommies over the years and it’s frustrating to see how much pressure is put on them to quickly lose the weight they gained during pregnancy. The norm was until recently several months, but with the help of the relentless crush of celebrities maga ... Read on »
Is Breastfeeding Responsible for Post-Pregnancy Weight Loss? by BreastFeedingMums .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Feb 2010 12:00am When I first began breastfeeding I was amazed at just how quickly I lost all my baby weight and had no hesitation in crediting this loss to all the breastfeeding I was doing. I ended up weighing a lot less than before pregnancy and that was within about 8 weeks of my baby's birth. However,in hindsight I sometimes wonder ... Read on »
Teens Breast-fed as Infants Have Stronger Leg Muscles by HealthFinder Posted Fri 07 Jan 2011 12:00pm healthnewslink They did better on horizontal jump, 'explosive strength' tests, study finds FRIDAY, ... Read on »
Down Syndrome Awareness Month: Breast Feeding a Baby With Down Syndrome by Lisa Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 Oct 2010 12:00am DISCLAIMER: I do have a decidedly pro-breast feeding bent. However, this post is not intended to judge or criticize anyone who chooses not to, or who for whatever reason can't, breast feed. My intention is only to share my own experience in the hope of correcting some misconceptions and giving hope and encouragement to any new moms out there ... Read on »
An Unorthodox Theory for Weight Gain by Wellness Corporate Solutions Posted Mon 09 Jan 2012 11:32am We can’t deny the increased prevalence of obesity the world over, but experts continue to debate the leading factors behind this epidemic. Most everyone agrees that when “calories in” exceed “calories out”, an individual will gain weight, however, the biological underpinnings of overeating and food cravings are worthy of examination. Me ... Read on »