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Should you chew gum to lose weight? by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 30 Jan 2012 12:59pm There are a number of gum products over the year that have claimed they can help you lose weight. In fact, there has even been some research hinting that gum chewing can help you lose weight . And this article from WebMD concludes the same about gum chewing and weight loss . Anyway, here is an interesting study published in the Nove ... Read on »
Chews To Lose Weight With Zoft Hoodia Gum by Todd S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 07 Nov 2008 2:24am Hoodia is being touted as the new miracle supplement for safe, successful weight loss. Hoodia is the botanical name for a cactus-like plant that grow up in the Kalahari Desert in Southern Africa. Zoft Hoodia Gum includes 100% pure South African hoodia and green tea. Other Ingredients found in Zoft Hoodia Gum are Sorbitol, Gum Base, Maltitol S ... Read on »
Weight Management and Fitness Forum 44th Edition by Weight Master E. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 28 Jun 2009 9:01pm Welcome to the 44th edition of the Weight Management and Fitness Forum. We hope you enjoy these selections and come back to Weight Master for our next edition and our other posts. Fitness Steve Faber presents Belly Fat Loser » Dumbbell Workouts – Dumbbell Exercises That Will Have You Bigger, Stronger, and Leaner…Fast p ... Read on »
The Benefits of Chewing Gum by John !. Patient Expert Posted Wed 19 Mar 2008 6:03pm 1 Comment Last week the Diet Blog asked the question “Chewing Gum for Weight Loss?” to which I respond, “Heck yes!” I currently have a pack of Wrigley Extra in my car, my desk and my backpack. This gum helps me in three key ways: My body has been trained to have sugar after a meal. I can’t help it right now, when I eat I need to have a dessert or s ... Read on »
You Ask, I Answer: Aspartame/Chewing Gum by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:07am How much aspartame is in chewing gum, specifically Eclipse gum? Should one stick to a limited number per day or can we chew to our heart's content? -- "MC" Via the blog The average stick of gum contains 6 to 8 milligrams of aspartame (a 12 ounce can of Diet Coke, meanwhile, provides 180 milligrams.) According to current guideline ... Read on »
Dear Mark: Phenylketonurics and Chewing Gum by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 06 Jul 2009 5:22pm Dear Mark, I’ve gone Primal and am loving it! But now you’ve got me questioning everything - even my beloved gum. I’m an avid chewer of the stuff and had never thought twice about. I took a closer look recently and saw all kinds of things I didn’t recognize including a warning about phenylketonurics. What are they and what about all the ar ... Read on »
Does Chewing Gum Have An Effect On Weight? by Low Carb Confidential !. Patient Expert Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 5:54pm I had this thought yesterday as I was sitting in a department meeting watching the secretary chew her gum like a cow strung out on crystal meth.   We’ve been rolling this concept around in the blog that it isn’t just food that stimulates weight gain from the secretion of insulin as a result of sugar in the blood.  Taubes’ book, Good Calori ... Read on »
Health Benefits of Chewing Gum by Carolin K. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 12 Aug 2009 10:11pm Unlike in the old days when chewing gums primarily contain corn sweeteners which cause tooth decay, most chewing gums today are made with non-sugar sweeteners such as xylitol. It has cavity-reducing qualities, therefore promoting good oral health. Now that the gums produced do not have sugar content, we can fully take advantage of the health ... Read on »
Chewing gum in school should be mandatory. by adhdmomma Patient Expert Posted Fri 20 Feb 2009 7:24pm 2 Comments Did you realize there is scientific evidence showing that chewing gum improves concentration and reduces stress? The United States military has known this for decades and has regularly supplied soldiers with chewing gum since World War I. When I came across this fact recently, I was first surprised and then a bit upset. This means chewing gum in th ... Read on »