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Is Diet Soda as bad as Regular Soda? by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 15 Jul 2013 12:21pm I used to drink a lot of soda. I loved Coke, Pepsi, and Dr. Pepper. None of that diet soda for me.  But then I got the notion to live for a long time and started researching how to do that. The conclusion from that research: Eat less, exercise more, and keep the weight off So, in 1994 I switched to diet versions of all th ... Read on »
Weight Management and Fitness Forum 62nd Edition by Weight Master E. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 28 Mar 2010 2:00pm Welcome to the 62nd edition of weight management and fitness forum. We appreciate everyone's participation and hope you enjoy these selections. Please come back to Weight Master for our next edition and other informative posts. Rugbygirl Crosby presents Top 25 Nursing Ethics Blogs posted at LPN to BSN Online . Leslie Brown presents ... Read on »
Weight Management and Fitness Forum 63rd Edition by Weight Master E. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 11 Apr 2010 4:40am Welcome to the 63rd edition of weight management and fitness forum. We hope you enjoy these selections and come back to Weight Master for our next edition and other informative posts. Fitness Tisha Dotson presents 50 Sleep Hacks for the Ultimate Insomniac posted at Nursing School Search Blog . eternal voyageur presents Story Of A ... Read on »
What Kind of Soda Is Best? by Dr. Gray Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Wed 06 May 2009 1:33pm Answer: NONE!!! Why is this even a question today? The dangers of soda consumption have been known and documented many times over. Want to know why soda is still one of the most consumed beverages on the market? Because of the billions and billions of dollars spent selling it to you on the tube, on radio, through subliminal placement spot ... Read on »
Paleolithic Nutrition-The Ideal Human Diet by Ralph S. Certified Nurse Specialist Posted Tue 23 Sep 2008 12:13am Our genetic make-up, shaped through millions of years of evolution, determines our nutritional and activity needs. Although the human genome has remained primarily unchanged since the agricultural revolution 10,000 years ago, our diet and lifestyle have become progressively more divergent from those of our ancient ancestors. Accumulating evidence s ... Read on »
Which Makes More of an Impact in Losing Weight: Diet or Exercise? by Jenny Evans Posted Thu 06 Sep 2012 9:08pm I’ve actually got four answers to this question: Initially it’s diet, but long term it’s a combination of both Exercise alone typically does not make much impact in weight loss However, exercise helps you keep the weight off long term There are other benefits to exercise you don’t get with dietin ... Read on »
What soda does to the body - eek! by OurHealth Posted Fri 20 Nov 2009 10:04pm Soda, pop, cola, soft drink — whatever you call it, it is one of the worst beverages that you could be drinking for your health. As the debate for whether to put a tax on the sale of soft drinks continues, you should know how they affect your body so that you can make an informed choice on your own. Soft drinks are hard on your health So ... Read on »
Top 10 Dumbest Fad Diets | Diet Reviews by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Fri 20 Feb 2009 6:12pm 1 Comment We Take a Look at the Most Popular Fad Diets of the Past 30 Years and Pick The Top 10 Dumbest Fad Diets to Ever Be Unleashed on Dieters.  The Fad Diet. Nothing exemplifies the American obsession with quick fixes more than the seemingly endless parade of fad diets cooked up by everyone from modern snake-oil salesmen, to slick Internet e ... Read on »
Weight loss is actually very simple! 23 slimming coup by sunnyie1978 Posted Sat 14 Jun 2014 1:58am 1 meal timing Set an alarm for 20 minutes, again when back to a slow eater. This is the body without the need for ultra-slim, one of the best diet plan annoying habit. Savor every bite of food until the alarm sounds. Slowly make you get great pleasure from food in smaller parts and fully stimulate hormone secretion in vivo. Gobble will b ... Read on »
Diet soda linked to increased diabetes risk by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted Tue 05 Mar 2013 12:31pm It is widely known that sugar-sweetened beverages promote weight gain and type 2 diabetes .1-3 However, artificially sweetened beverages are regarded by many as safe alternatives that will satisfy sweet cravings while preventing the dangerous surge in blood glucose from their sugar-sweetened counterparts, thereby circumventing the weight gain a ... Read on »