Drinking water REALLY DOES help with weightloss!

For people who want to control their weight or reduce their intakes of sugar, sodium and saturated fat, water may be what the doctor ordered. A new study that examined the dietary habits of more than 18,300 U.S. adults found the majority of people who increased their consumption of plain water by 1 percent reduced…

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Vitamin D deficiency causes weight gain: Drop weight effortlessly by boosting vitamin supplementation

By Aurora Geib For years, the mathematical equation offered to those trying to lose weight seemed simple enough: Burn more calories than you consume. Piece of cake, right? Unfortunately, as with almost everything concerning the human body, it’s not quite as simple as that. Over the years, more and more scientific evidence leaks out —…

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How is the amount of bacteria in your gut connected to the size of your waistline?

  By Dr Mercola Daily supplements with the probiotic Lactobacillus gasseri SBT2055 may help weight loss in people with obese tendencies, according to new research. After twelve weeks of consuming a fermented milk product containing the Lactobacillus strain, study subjects averaged a 4.6 percent reduction in abdominal fat and a 3.3 percent reduction in subcutaneous…

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Genetically modified foods make you fat … and sick and sterile

Numerous scientic tests show that genetically modified foods also cause stomach inflammation, haemorrhagic bowel disease, thinning of intestinal walls, breast cancer, kidney and liver disease, low sperm count, sterility, stillbirths …. need I go on? The picture of Michelangelo’s David’s return to Italy from America, where it’s been for two years, is a joke. But…

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Following USDA Diet Advice is a Recipe for Obesity by Dr Mercola

by Dr Mercola If you eat a standard American diet (SAD), you’re virtually guaranteed to inadvertently pack on extra pounds, even if you think you’re eating healthy. Presently, a full two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese, and childhood obesity has tripled over the past 30 years.

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Type-2 diabetes ‘looking more like an autoimmune disease’

Stanford researchers, led by pathologist Edgar Engleman, MD, reported today in Nature Medicine that type-2 diabetes is looking more and more like an autoimmune disease, rather than a strictly metabolic disorder. According to co-first author Daniel Winer, MD: “This work will change the way people think about obesity, and will likely impact medicine for years…

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