‘healthy weight’

The Worst Diets of 2011

By Marsha Hudnall on 01/03/2012

It’s time to announce the 23rd annual Slim Chance Awards, courtesy of the Healthy Weight Network. The Slim Chance Awards are sponsored by Healthy Weight Network and the National Council against Health Fraud. They are a lead-up to “Rid the World of Fad Diets and Gimmicks Day” during Healthy Weight Week, the third week in January. Read on to discover […] Read more »

Starting the New Year Diet-Free

By Lisa Christie on 12/30/2011

Dieting is a losing battle How many times have you vowed to lose weight in January, but only ended up weighing more by February or March? What you thought you should be doing to lose weight – restricting your eating and starting a punishing workout regimen — only led to increased binge eating and yo-yo dieting. Often, when a diet […] Read more »

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In Praise of Real Food

By Marsha Hudnall on 04/08/2009

Spring has sprung, at least on the calendar.  It may still be snowing in your part of the world (as it is in mine), but we know the days of summer are just around the corner in the Northern Hemisphere.  For many of us that means gardens, farmers’ markets, seasonal produce, good food, good times.  Even during a tough economy, […] Read more »

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Weight Loss: Overweight Kids Benefit from Healthy Lifestyle Change and Family Involvement

By Laura Brooks on 02/09/2009

It may seem obvious to you and me that overweight teens and children can benefit from healthy lifestyle change, but because there are a variety of treatments out there that focus on drug treatment for obesity, researchers wanted to study the specific benefits of behavioral change. A new review, published in the Cochrane Library, examined the various intervention strategies for […] Read more »

Diabetes: Curvy Women More Protected Against Type 2 Diabetes Risk

By Laura Brooks on 01/16/2009

Got curves? Well, a new study (performed on mice) from Harvard Medical School suggests that 'pear-shaped' bodies, i.e., those of us with a little extra padding on the hips and buttocks, may be less likely to develop Type 2 diabetes than 'apples' (people who tend to have extra fat around the middle). Not all fat is bad, relates Dr Ronald Kahn, […] Read more »

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