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Prevalence of Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease in Children with Obesity

13 hours ago   |   The Journal of Pediatrics

To determine the prevalence of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in children with obesity because current estimates range from 1.7% to 85%. A second objective was to evaluate...
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Metformin Does Not Improve Pregnancy Outcomes in Heavy Women

16 hours ago   |   Medscape

Adding metformin to diet and lifestyle advice does not improve pregnancy or birth outcomes in women who are overweight or obese, according to a clinical trial from...
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1-hour, 2-hour OGTT similarly predict prediabetes in adolescent girls

22 hours ago   |   Healio

In adolescent girls with obesity, a 1-hour oral glucose tolerance test demonstrated diagnostic accuracy similar to that of a 2-hour OGTT for predicting prediabetes, according...
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Common Fasting Regimens Reviewed

1 day ago   |   Mercola

Understanding what makes for a healthy diet and lifestyle has never been more important. Shockingly, obesity has now become a greater global health crisis than hunger, and is...
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Could Dirt be the Cure for Obesity?

Could Dirt be the Cure for Obesity?

1 day ago   |   Medindia Health

Clay materials had a unique ability to "soak up" fat droplets in the gut, stated new research.
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Obesity Causes Nearly 1 in 25 Cancers Worldwide

1 day ago   |   Web MD

The study found that in 2015, about 4 million deaths were attributable to excess body weight.
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Could eating DIRT be the cure for obesity? Soil may flush fat out, study suggests

Could eating DIRT be the cure for obesity? Soil may flush fat out, study suggests

1 day ago   |   Daily Mail   |   2 articles

Researchers at the University of South Australia have accidentally discovered that a particular kind of clay 'attracts' and binds to to flush it out of the body better than a...
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CRISPR joins battle of the bulge, fights obesity without edits to genome

1 day ago   |   ScienceDaily   |   2 articles

A weighty new study shows that CRISPR therapies can cut fat without cutting DNA. Researchers describe how a modified version of CRISPR was used to ramp up the activity of...
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An Expert Explains Why a Calorie Deficit Isn't Helping You Lose Weight - Here's How to Fix It

An Expert Explains Why a Calorie Deficit Isn't Helping You Lose Weight - Here's How to Fix It

1 day ago   |   PopSugar

Whether you're trying to manage your weight or adopt a healthier lifestyle , it's important to look at how you're fueling your body day in and day out. As a general rule of...
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Meal replacement during pregnancy fails to reduce postpartum weight retention

1 day ago   |   Healio

Replacing two meals each day with meal replacement shakes or bars during pregnancy can reduce gestational weight gain, but the effects do not carry over for postpartum weight...
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How Allergies in Infants are Impacted by Diet During Pregnancy?

How Allergies in Infants are Impacted by Diet During Pregnancy?

In a longitudinal study of pregnant women across US, many of the women avoided certain allergenic foods to prevent food allergies in infants. Read more ...

BREAKING: Obamacare ruled unconstitutional by federal judge. era of forced...

BREAKING: Obamacare ruled unconstitutional by federal judge. era of forced government health insurance tyranny comes to an end

In a stunning ruling that's sending shock waves across the nation, a federal judge has ruled that Obamacare - the deceptively named “Affordable Care Act” - violates the United... Read more ...

New study explains why having a lower calorie intake is healthier for you

New study explains why having a lower calorie intake is healthier for you

A study from the University of Geneva backs the age-old knowledge that losing weight requires reducing your caloric intake. However, the researchers say it's not so your body... Read more ...

Actos, a commonly prescribed drug for diabetes, can give you bladder cancer

Actos, a commonly prescribed drug for diabetes, can give you bladder cancer

The drug pioglitazone can allegedly help control and regulate blood sugar in people with type 2 diabetes. However, the results of a study have revealed that some patients with... Read more ...

Learn the Fundamentals of Weightlifting With This Beginner's Total-Body...

Learn the Fundamentals of Weightlifting With This Beginner's Total-Body Strength Workout

Before you start lifting heavy weights and doing advanced exercises , it's important you master the basic movements. Learning the basics will give your body time to adapt and... Read more ...

Healing foods that your body needs to thrive

Healing foods that your body needs to thrive

When it comes to your health, prevention is always better than cure. Why wait until you get sick and take prescription medication, which is often linked to negative side... Read more ...

Why prebiotics are absolutely essential to gut health

Why prebiotics are absolutely essential to gut health

Probiotics are famous for the many health benefits that they provide, such as improving digestion and boosting the immune system. Because of these, more people now include... Read more ...

Junk food ADDICTION: Cutting back on fries or chocolate may trigger...

Junk food ADDICTION: Cutting back on fries or chocolate may trigger WITHDRAWAL symptoms

Trying to quit eating junk food is easier said than done. This is because addiction to junk food is real and attempting to give it up may result in withdrawal symptoms. People... Read more ...

EMA rules omega-3 medicines ‘not effective' - no longer authorised for heart...

EMA rules omega-3 medicines ‘not effective' - no longer authorised for heart attack

The European Medicines Agency has said omega-3 fatty acid medicines are not effective in preventing further heart and blood vessels problems after heart attack â meaning... Read more ...

Dr. J Won't See You Now - Part 2

Dr. J Won't See You Now - Part 2

Dr. J looks forward I found it interesting that Bob Weider, in his last post on CalorieLab “It's Time To Say Goodbye,” mentioned the concept of having regrets. As this is my... Read more ...