Quick Weight-Loss

Healthy Strategies to Lose Weight Fast

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Your 1-Day Plan to Get Your Diet Back on Track

Submitted by admin on Thu, 01/30/2014 - 13:41

4 Healthy Tips to Lose Weight Fast

Submitted by admin on Tue, 06/28/2011 - 08:57
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Ten Pounds in 10 Days?

Submitted by admin on Fri, 08/21/2009 - 09:54

“Lose 10 pounds in 10 days!” As a nutrition professor, I know better than to believe the ultra-fast weight-loss claims that proliferate as bathing-suit season peaks. I admit, some of the ads sure sound compelling. I’ve long wondered if any of the products that promise to “zap fat like magic” might have a kernel of truth. My friend Jane nips weight gain in the bud with a once-a-year three-day juice fast; it seems to work for her—but what does the science say? Full of hopeful skepticism, I recently sorted through the more enticing claims.

Fall off the weight-loss wagon? 3 easy steps to get back on track

Submitted by admin on Thu, 08/20/2009 - 13:51
I love those stretches when my eating is nearly picture-perfect: yogurt and berries for breakfast, salads for lunch, fish for dinner; plus, plenty of water and a couple of healthy snacks in between. (You know what I’m talking about, right?) But inevitably something—like the candy dish at work—breaks my stride. On my way to a meeting, I’ll help myself to a few peanut M&Ms. On my way back from the printer, I’ll snag another handful. And so it goes. Before I know it, I’ve easily eaten more than a serving. Ick.

3 Antidotes to Overeating

Submitted by admin on Wed, 08/19/2009 - 10:42

We’re all guilty of overindulging sometimes—an extra helping of potatoes here, a wedge of key lime pie there. But loading up on calories forces your body into overdrive as it tries to deconstruct the damage. “Just metabolizing food—especially fatty and carbohydrate-rich fare—causes the body to produce free radicals, which attack cells and can promote the development of chronic conditions including heart disease, diabetes and cancer,” says Ronald L. Prior, Ph.D., research chemist and nutritionist with the USDA at Arkansas Children’s Nutrition Center.