Tuesday, June 6, 2023

    Jodi Helmer


    Not Losing Weight? Maybe Blame Your Gut Bacteria

    When it comes to losing weight, it’s not just the calories in the foods you eat that could help — or hinder — your efforts. Recent research found gut microbiota, the microorganisms such as bacte

    Do Men Really Lose Weight Faster Than Women?

    When it comes to weight loss, men seem to have an advantage over women. A 2018 study published in the journal Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism followed 2,224 overweight adults on low-calorie die

    Eating Carbs in Moderation May Help You Live Longer

    While a low-carb diet might be beneficial for weight loss — a 2018 study found overweight dieters who cut their carbohydrate intake lost an average of 13 pounds — cutting carbs could also cut ye

    Why Travel Makes You Hungrier — And How to Combat It

    If you’ve ever felt hungrier on a plane, train or road trip, you’re not imagining it — research shows travel can alter healthy eating habits. A study published in the Journal of Occupational and

    Is Cutting Carbs the Key to Losing Weight?

    We all know moving the number on the scale requires seriously watching our bread, pasta and pastry intake. A diet too high in carbohydrates — even complex carbs like whole-wheat bread, sweet pot

    The Research Behind Intermittent Fasting and Weight Loss

    When it comes to moving the needle on the scale, dieters are turning to intermittent fasting to cut calories and lose weight. Among the 1/3 of millennials who followed a specific eating pattern,

    Is Skipping Breakfast Really That Bad For Weight Loss?

    “There has been a very strong belief that those who eat breakfast are less likely to be overweight [and] it’s also been suggested that people who eat breakfast tend to eat less later in the day,

    Why Losing Belly Fat Should be Priority Number 1

    Belly fat, scientifically known as visceral fat, has been linked to increased inflammation and problems like Type 2 diabetes. Recent research, published in the Journal of the American Heart Asso

    Sweat More, Eat Better? Science Says Yes

    Is there a correlation between the amount of time you spend at the gym and the number of calories you consume? Yes, according to a new study published in the International Journal of Obesity. Re

    Why a Vegan Diet Could Lead to Weight Loss

    If you want the needle on the scale to move, it might be helpful to steer clear of meat, eggs and dairy products. Adopting a vegan diet helped overweight participants lose weight and fat mass an

    Could Eating Dessert be a Weight-Loss Trick?

    Dessert is often the first thing to go when trying to lose weight. But according to recent research, people who ate dessert (and chose what they would have at the beginning of the meal) consumed

    4 Common Weight-Loss Pitfalls That Lead to Weight Gain

    Congratulations: You worked hard to hit your goal weight and you made it. However, maintaining weight loss might be harder than you think. Research presented at The Endocrine Society’s annual co

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