How To Lose Weight: Obesity Linked To Low Consumption of Fruits and Vegetables?

Posted on July 6th, 2012 in lose weight, losing weight, obesity | No Comments »

Another sad report of obesity among children, this one about 10 and 11 year olds. These reports are more and more common today, with sobering statistics showing how many children are overweight or obese. And the numbers aren't getting better:

GROUPS in Hucknall, through the Dispatch’s ‘Fit, Healthy and Happy campaign’, are being urged to tackle childhood obesity — after statistics revealed a third of all local ten and 11-year-olds are overweight.

Ashfield also has the highest number of obese adults compared to the rest of the county at 28 per cent. This could be related to also having the lowest consumption rates of fruit and vegetables....More at Third of all ten and 11-year-olds classed as obese

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Lack of Sleep Causes You to Eat More

Posted on March 29th, 2011 in research, weight loss | 1 Comment »

Lack of sleep, calories, weight lossResearchers from Columbia University have found that when you don't get enough sleep, you tend to eat up to 300 calories more a day than a well-rested person. And to make matters worse, when you're tired, the type of foods you reach for most include ice cream, one of the worst foods you can eat, especially at night right before going to bed.

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Excess Belly Fat: Why It’s More Deadly Than You Thought

Posted on August 17th, 2008 in causes of obesity, diets, lose weight, losing weight, obesity, overweight, weight loss | 1 Comment »

belly fat flat absI'm posting the article below contributed by Mike Geary, the founder of The Truth About Abs.

I thought this was an important topic to share with you because the reality is that most people simply don't realize how dangerous their excess abdominal fat really is to their health.

Enjoy!

Mark
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