The Biggest Weight-loss News Of 2013

Weight loss cuts heart disease, diabetes risk

3. Eat More Protein, Lose More Weight A small study published in September found that the optimal amount of protein for those trying to lose weight may be more than the recommended daily allowance (RDA) set by the Food and Drug Administration. Researchers put patients on specific diets that differed in protein – groups either ate the RDA of protein, double that amount, or triple that amount. Those who ate double the RDA of protein lost more fat than muscle , which is important for keeping metabolism levels up when you are trying to lose weight. 4.
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In a study of http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/garcinia-cambogia-extract—crucial-data-released-231403591.html 417 women participating in weight loss programs for up to 24 months, those who sustained a 10 percent or more loss of their body weight for two years reduced their total cholesterol, LDL “bad” cholesterol, HDL “good” cholesterol, triglycerides, insulin , glucose and inflammation markers. Women who had the highest levels of risk at the start of the study benefitted the most from modest weight loss. “It is challenging to lose weight, but if women commit to losing 10 percent of their body weight and sustain that over time, it can have a large impact on overall risk factors associated with heart disease and diabetes ,” Cynthia A. Thomson from the University of Arizona Canyon Ranch Center for Prevention and Health Promotion in Tucson , said. Thomson said their study revealed the need for healthcare providers to provide women with longer-term support for weight control.
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Weight loss linked to reduced cardiometabolic risk

A new study finds middle-aged  women who are overweight/obese that lose a modest amount of weight over two years lower their risk for heart disease, diabetes or stroke.

Few studies have evaluated the longterm (over 18 months) effect of weight loss on these risk factors or sought to identify factors associated with sustained improvements in these measures. In a new study Dr. Cynthia A. Thomson, PhD, RD, CSO, Professor in the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health and Director of the University of Arizona Canyon Ranch Center for Prevention & Health Promotion in Tucson, and co-author of study garcinia cambogia extract along with colleagues sought to identify predictors of weight lossassociated cardiometabolic risk factors after 12 and 24 months of intervention. The study included 417 overweight/obese women, average age 44 years, participating in a weight loss trial.
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Weight Loss Ward

Ive just started to abuse painkillers. Which has now got me into a sticky situation and before I knew it Im addicted. Sara’s addictive behaviour has put a strain on her relationship with her wife Carol, who says: I like to think weve got a future but I couldnt guarantee that, although I do hang on in there and when Ive come to the end of my tether which has been I cant count on fingers and toes how many times thats been this year she pulls it back. I want it to work. She manages to get off the codeine tablets, but an old addiction begins to surface. She says: During the codeine withdrawal my food has increased unfortunately and its not really the healthy salad type food. Im just like a little squirrel, I have my stash. Not that Im hiding it or anything like that but its just under there and its out of the way.
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