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Grapes – the ultimate natural rejuvenator by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:34pm 1 Comment What could be more ‘diet friendly’ than consuming the water? Grapes are about 80% of the water and that makes them a great low-calorie snacks or in a better way, a natural dessert! Unfortunately there is no any idiom favoring grapes as we have for the apple! In a race of having healthy fruits, these little ones are often ignored when you see bi ... Read on »
Powerade Zero Grape Review by k Patient Expert Posted Tue 14 Apr 2009 11:39pm Powerade Zero Grape Flavor Review. In my quest to try every sugar free drink on the planet that still holds some type of benefit, I came across Powerade Zero today. Well, okay, I was simply grocery shopping and came upon it. It’s been out for about a year now and this is the first time I saw it. Normally I don’t go for powerade products until rec ... Read on »
Grapes and their Health Benefits by Gillian Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 4:51pm Health Benefits of Grapes: If you’re looking for health benefits, look no further than the fruit of the vine - look for grapes. Grapes are a good source of vitamins B6, C and A and folate. The mineral content is also good, you will find phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, iron, potassium,and selenium, as well as small amounts o ... Read on »
Study: Most Weight Loss Supplements Are Not Effective by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Wed 07 Mar 2012 10:02pm Oregon State University News Release Melinda Manore reviewed the evidence surrounding hundreds of weight loss supplements, a $2.4 billion industry in the United States, and said no research evidence exists that any single product results in significant weight loss – and many have detrimental health benefits. ... Read on »
Cut Calories, Eat Healthy, Burn Fat And Lose Weight by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 29 Sep 2010 11:45am Cutting calories, eating healthy , burning fat and losing weight can be a confusing process for you. It doesn't have to be that way. You just need a plan and you need to make adjustments as you go. First, don't think you will have it all figured out in 2 weeks time! Experts agree that you are better off making manageable changes to your d ... Read on »
Caloric Deficits Work For Weight Loss, Severe Calorie Restriction Doesn't by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 15 Nov 2010 6:42pm Cut calories based on a healthy meal plan. With a good exercise program, you will burn fat and lose weight. Starve yourself on a fad diet with severe calorie restriction and it will not work long-term. That's the short story....read on.... Cutting calories, eating healthy , burning fat and losing weight can be a confusing process for you. ... Read on »
How to Feel Fuller With Fewer Calories? by Paty M Posted Sat 11 Dec 2010 10:32am WThere is definitely no magic spell to get rid of those extra kilograms you have, no super quick diet, supplement nor even fad diets. However, one promising way to help yourself lose weight is to identify factors that could make you feel fuller for a longer time. This way you are less likely to overeat later during the day and in the same tim ... Read on »
Quick Tricks: Cutting 100 Calories by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:50am Welcome to the first installment of a new section aimed at providing you with quick, painless ways to achieve your healthy eating goals. A few ways to remove approximately 100 calories from your day: Snack on 2 ounces of grapes ( 39 calories ) rather than 1 ounce of raisins ( 85 calories ). Enjoy a salad with 1 medium-size 2 ounc ... Read on »
Quick Tricks: Cutting 100 Calories by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:02pm Welcome to the first installment of a new section aimed at providing you with quick, painless ways to achieve your healthy eating goals. A few ways to remove approximately 100 calories from your day: Snack on 2 ounces of grapes ( 39 calories ) rather than 1 ounce of raisins ( 85 calories ). Enjoy a salad with 1 medium-size 2 ounc ... Read on »
Effects of Alcohol on Muscle Building Explained by Marc D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 30 Jun 2008 12:02pm Question:Does drinking alcohol once a week ( In moderation, like 6 to 7 drinks of 7% per drink of alcohol contents ) affect building muscle or muscle we have?- John C. My Answer: As a group, bodybuilder are more health conscious of the foods we put into our bodies than the Average Jane or Joe.  I picked up the following line from Arnold Sch ... Read on »