Fat Loss

Supplements And Nutrition

A well-balanced diet and affinity for all food groups ensure right amounts of much-needed nutrients. However, not all people are blessed with a liking for vegetables or tolerance for milk. There are also people with allergies to nuts and poultry which are excellent sources of protein and good fat. What if you are one of […]

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Aerobic Exercise For Weight Loss Can Be Fun

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Obesity, depression have role in excessive daytime sleepiness

Obesity and depression — not only lack of sleep — are underlying causes for regular drowsiness, according to Penn State College of Medicine researchers. They say the findings could lead to more personalized sleep medicine for those with excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS). As much as 30 percent of the general population experiences EDS — daytime […]

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Why Working-out Is Crucial When You Work At Home

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Weight Loss, Fitness Motivation & Your Subconscious Pictures

The second component of Burris MIND/FITNESS is your subconscious pictures. I will explain how to replace your negative subconscious images into positive images through the practice of controlled visualization. According to the New England Journal of Medicine, visualizing is the fourth most frequently used form of alternative healing. You are now about to learn how […]

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Combat Breakfast Boredom with this Mix and Match Food Guide

April 23, 2015 | Fitnovatives Blog Everyone can benefit from eating breakfast. From weight loss and muscle repair to improved mood and focus, a morning meal benefits your body. When you sleep, your metabolism slows down. Rather than go through the day with a sluggish metabolism, jump-start it with breakfast. Information from the […]

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Pre- and Post-workout Nutrition for Strength Training

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Tone Up For Summer With The Super Workout You Can Do From Your Living Room

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Successful Weight Loss In Five Easy Steps

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Gene loss creates eating disorder-related behaviors in mice

Building on their discovery of a gene linked to eating disorders in humans, a team of researchers at the University of Iowa has now shown that loss of the gene in mice leads to several behavioral abnormalities that resemble behaviors seen in people with anorexia nervosa. The team, led by Michael Lutter, MD, PhD, assistant […]

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