The size of one’s dinner plate does not help to curb energy intake (calories), control portion sizes, or affect ratings of palatability, hunger, or satiety (fullness) according to a recent study published in the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics in December 2011.
Fast foods, sodas, and ice cream may be American kids' favorite foods, but such junk foods are also probably the worst for those with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to new report on ADHD and diet.
Thanksgiving, the official start of the holiday party season, is around the corner once again. The Thanksgiving feasting is something we all look forward to each year. Unfortunately, if you can't afford the traditional holiday weight gain, then Thanksgiving and the month that follows can leave you running scared. Thanksgiving and the yearend holiday season will be the time when most of us gain an extra 1-3 pounds which, unfortunately, tends to become permanent baggage.
With making these few simple changes to your usual Thanksgiving Day festivities, you can enjoy eating without the worry of gaining those few extra pounds. Think ahead to Jan. 1st when you step on the scale and delight in seeing the needle is right where you left it before Thanksgiving and the holiday season started.
Many people want to lose weight, but they hate the hunger they associate with dieting. What many people do not know, is that it is possible to lose weight without dieting if you adopt sensible eating habits, practice portion control, and exercise consistently.
By adopting the following approaches to weight management you can look younger, lose weight and maintain a healthy body weight without dieting and without experiencing hunger and feeling run down.
Cancer researchers may have discovered a new explanation as to why obese patients with cancer often have a poorer prognosis compared with those who are lean. The potential explanation is based on data reported in Cancer Research, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research.
Many people diet, eat what the believe to be healthy and still the weight loss is slow or stalls. So why isn't the weight coming off faster? You may be getting tripped up by one of these all-too-common diet pitfalls.
It is estimated that over $40 billion dollars is spent on weight loss annually, and that figure keeps rising. Why is so much money spent on losing weight? Well, besides our own vainity, there are a lot of disadvantages of being overweight; the most serious: being overweight impacts your health.
So many people try to lose weight, and fail, losing the weight only putting back what they lost and more.
Dieting for what seems forever? So why isn't the weight coming off faster? You may be getting tripped up by one of these common weight loss pitfalls.
Many people want to lose weight but they often stumble along the way.
Extra weight can lead to serious health issues, like diabetes, metabolic syndrome, stroke, hypertension (high blood pressure), cardiovascular disease, sexual health issues, joint problems, several types of cancer and many other life shortening disease and conditions.
Working moms spend roughly three-and-half fewer hours per day on cooking, cleaning, grocery shopping, playing with their children, and other chores related to their children’s diet and exercise compared to stay-at-home and non-working mothers, according to a new Cornell University health economist study, which will be printed in the December issue of Economics and Human Biology.