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  1. A New Paradigm for Long-term Healthy Lifestyle Management

    by Gina Pickersgill

    The author emphasises the fact that ‘the experts’ fail to point out is that our answers come from within, not from external advice.  When we try to make a change, we may think ‘I’l...

  2. Attract your Ideal Weight: Zaheen Nanji’s Story

    by Zaheen Nanji

    One afternoon as I was getting dressed for a dinner party, something so disturbing happened that it changed my life. The house wasn't on fire, nobody was injured and I wasn't kidna...

  3. Beyond Diet and Exercise: 14 Seldom Discussed Causes of Obesity

    by Dave Markowitz

    If we want to lose weight, we’re told to eat well and exercise. And there’s plenty of logic to that. But there are plenty of people eating well and exercising who are not losing wei...

  4. Body Image, Culture and Sexuality

    by Mark Bradley

    In today's society, body image has become an increasingly hot topic of discussion; whether it be chatter in the school playground or coverage in the tabloids, it has become very dif...

  5. Childhood Obesity and Food Advertisements†

    by Claudia Louch

    Worldwide, over 22 million children under five are severely overweight. In the UK there are around 1 million obese children under 16 years of age. These soaring rates in obesity ha...

  6. Dieting is Out - Health Eating is In

    by Marlene Watson-Tara

    Over the past 10 years in particular with all the developments on why we are ‘gaining weight’ and so many ‘silver bullet’ ‘diets’ hitting the market, there has been little movement...

  7. Eat Fat

    by Richard Klein

    Fat has been a major issue for Richard Klein and his family for most of his life. This has been a negative as well as a positive factor. The fat we ponder serves to embody our hu...

  8. Fat Loss, NOT Weight Loss

    by Peter Smith

    This article will attempt to explain why most of what we have believed in the past about weight loss and dieting is built on false foundations.

  9. Food Waste & Obesity - UK Epidemic on more than One Scale

    by Tony Mottram

    How supermarket offers and US-style restaurant portions is contributing to expanding waistlines; whilst buckling the knees of waste management facilities in the UK at the same time...

  10. Genetic Predisposition to Obesity - an Ancestral Legacy

    by Dr Peter Kay

    Dr. Kay has developed a product, Homeovitality Super Weight-Loss product, and the article spells out exactly how this product was developed and how it helps in a weight-loss progra...

  11. Health Benefits of the Atkins Diet - How to Get Started / Diet Plan

    by Jen Miller

    Also known as the Atkins nutritional approach, the diet follows a strict structure that requires limited consumption of carbohydrates with plenty of protein and fat. The dramatic re...

  12. How Emotional Eating and other Behaviours get in the Way of Weight Loss

    by Linda Spangle

    A couple months ago, I headed out the door to take my small dog for a walk. But about a block from my house, I slipped on some loose dirt and fell down hard on the sidewalk. Althoug...

  13. Intermittent Fasting: A Woman's Diet Guide to Fat Loss

    by Brenan Quirante

    Intermittent fasting is popular among people who want to lose some body fat. Intermittent fasting is not synonymous to ‘diet’, but rather, it’s a dieting pattern. Intermittent fasti...

  14. Is Stress the Reason behind your Weight Gain

    by David Wiener

    Could stress be the reason you can’t see results? Does your job, personal life or just minor things in general leave you feeling stressed out? If so, it’s time for you to chill. Bec...

  15. Juicing for Health

    by Kerry Doyle

    Kerry Doyle is qualified in Nutrition and Health and in Clinical and Holistic Aromatherapy. In this article she looks at the advantages of Juicing, the daily consumption of fresh f...

  16. Losing Weight is in the Mind, not the Belly

    by Sandra Roycroft-Davis

    BEING on a diet isn’t just about denying yourself food. It’s also about denying yourself the truth - because everyone knows that diets don’t work in the long term. Think about it, i...

  17. Miranda's Bowl of Porridge

    by June Butlin

    This regular column by June Butlin illustrates how the author tackled the long-term weight problems experienced by a middle-aged client.

  18. Natural Weight-loss Supplements:

    by Mark Brudnak, Ph.D. ND

    As the problem of obesity continues to increase in the Western world, pharmaceutical companies have responded by developing weight-loss drugs that target certain biochemical pathwa...

  19. Naturopathic Roadmap to Achieving Your Ideal Weight

    by D Lee Waller

    One out of three women and one out of four men are on a diet at any given time. Two-thirds of dieters regain the lost weight within one year and virtually all regain it within five ...

  20. Nutritional Therapists: Food Police or Food Educators?

    by Penny Crowther

    The representation of nutritionists as 'food police' is an obstacle that the author highlights we must overcome. Another obstacle when following diets can be a low mood, stemming f...

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