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Fat Is Back, Healthy Diets Need Fat
...w-fat diets that are high in vegetables and fruit, dieters
are making the most of meat, chocolate and ice cream. The latest diets for weight loss have skipped starches in favor of more protein and fat, but all is not lost. "Diversity and variety contribute as much to diet quality as does low fat content,'' ...
Chemists To Meet March 21-25 In Anaheim
...s treated in the body that could help dieters
as well as heart disease patients. Engineering plants for pest resistance. New drinking water research on what comes out of the tap--from natural organic matter to disinfection by-products....
Reduce calories, stave off hunger with water-rich foods -- not water
...hownthat by consuming other water-rich foods, too, dieters
can eat their typicalsize serving of food, reduce ...orie intake and still be satisfied. In otherwords, dieters
don't have to limit portion size as much if they eat foods thatare high in water content. Fo...
Feel full on fewer calories
...own that by consuming other water-rich foods, too, dieters
don't have to limit portion size to less than what they normally consume. Following your usual eating habits but modifying some favorite recipes to reduce the energy density is a sensible way of applying these research findings in a home kitchen, Ro...
Leptin may hold key to better weight loss
...of Leptin a cause of 'plateau' all too familiar to dieters
New York, NY- Dieters know the phenomenon all too well: They cut calories, exercise, and lose some weight but at some point they can't seem to get rid of any more of the excess poundage. Now researchers from Columbia University College of Physicians...
Smaller food portions may explain the 'French paradox' of rich foods and a svelte population
...ght." The French paradox has long stymied American dieters
and scientists, puzzled by the ability of the French to remain trim while downing buttery croissants, creamy brie and decadent pastries. Just 7 percent of French adults are obese, as compared with 22 percent of Americans, and the mortality rate from...
In the obese, metabolic adaptations post-weight loss lead to regaining of shed pounds
...an to find that the lost weight has returned. Many dieters
are shocked to see they have returned to their original weight despite modifications in exercise and eating habits. Now a new animal study reveals that when loss occurs, metabolic adaptations occur that mandate a return of the undesired pounds. B...
Study links high carbohydrate diet to increased breast cancer risk
may be lowering their risk of breast cancer while they're shedding pounds, based on the findings of research published in this month's edition of the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention. In a case-control study of 1,866 women in Me...