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    Learning to maintain lost weight is more important than losing it

    Healthy living tips for maintaining lost weight 7 steps to help maintain weight loss for life Jul. 26, 2017 at 10:48 PM Kristin Kirkpatrick As a registered dietitian, many of my appointments with patients begin with harrowing tales of weight-loss programs from the past. Patients discuss details about why one worked over another and how much weight was lost in each. Unfortunately, the majority of these attempts all end on the same note: gaining all, or more, of the weight back. Thousands of references are available to consumers on how to lose weight. However, very few sources identify, perhaps, the most important piece of the puzzle — how to keep…

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    Short term diet change will lead to more life for your on earth

    A tiny change in a healthy diet can lead to an increased in lifespan even for old aged people Better Diet, Longer Life? A large study suggests you’re never too old to benefit from a commitment to eating healthier   By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, July 12, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Middle-aged and older adults who start eating better also tend to live longer, a large new study shows. The findings, reported in the July 13 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, might not sound surprising. Health experts said they basically reinforce messages people have been hearing for years. But the study is the first to show that sustained…

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    Too much money spent on fitness

    healthy living doesn’t have to include high expensive fitness costs Why You’re Paying So Much to Exercise Millennials are turning the fitness industry upside down. On a frigid Sunday this month, Rianka Dorsainvil, a 29-year-old financial planner outside Washington, D.C., found herself running up a steep, snowy hill wearing a 20-pound vest and dragging a 215-pound man behind her. She was paying for the privilege. The man harnessed to her was her personal trainer, who runs a studio out of his home and micromanages not just Dorsainvil’s workouts but her meals, too. She calls him the “mad scientist.” “It’s great to have an expert pushing you in the right direction,” she said.…

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    seems to secret to living long has been found

    Calorie restriction seems to be a way to longer lifespan Monkeys that eat less live longer after all, University of Wisconsin study finds Monkeys that eat less than normal live longer and are healthier than other monkeys, meaning the same is likely true for humans, according to a new study by scientists at UW-Madison and the National Institute on Aging. The institutions teamed up to look at why their previous, separate studies yielded contradictory results. Monkeys put on restricted diets in Madison saw benefits in survival and warding off disease, but similar monkeys at the federal institute in Baltimore, Maryland, did not. The discrepancy raised questions about whether caloric restriction,…

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    Cellphone is said to pose danger in your fitness routine

    Cellphones have become an integral part of our lives but studies reveal how dangerous on your health and fitness Why you shouldn’t use your cell phone while exercising Do you really need your mobile when you’re working out? Researchers say talking and texting during exercise can cause all sorts of problems. Talking or texting on your cell phone may spell trouble during exercise, researchers say. Divided attention In two studies, they found that talking or texting on a cell phone during a workout lowers the intensity of your exercise session. More importantly, the study team noted that cell phone use affects balance, which can increase your risk of injuries. “If…

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    More of the money spent by consumer goes to sodas

    What do households on food stamps buy at the grocery store? The answer was largely a mystery until now. The United States Department of Agriculture, which oversees the $74 billion food stamp program called SNAP, has published a detailed report that provides a glimpse into the shopping cart of the typical household that receives food stamps. The findings show that the No. 1 purchases by SNAP households are soft drinks, which accounted for 5 percent of the dollars they spent on food. The category of ‘sweetened beverages,’ which includes soft drinks, fruit juices, energy drinks and sweetened teas, accounted for almost 10 percent of the dollars they spent on food.…

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    Exercising only on weekends is considered to be the best way to a healthy you,a study reveals

    Exercising on weekend for health is seen to produce great results Weekend exercise alone ‘has significant health benefits’ Cramming all your recommended weekly exercise into one or two weekend sessions is enough to produce important health benefits, a study suggests. And being active without managing 150 minutes of moderate activity a week was still enough to reduce the risk of an early death by a third. The findings are based on a survey of about 64,000 adults aged over 40 in England and Scotland. Health experts said purposeful exercise was key to better health. Researchers from Loughborough University and the University of Sydney analysed data on the time people spent…

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    A new campaign to help with developing health consciousness

    This health campaign is one of a kind Meals On Wheels Wants To Be The ‘Eyes and Ears’ For Hospitals, Doctors By Anna Gorman Debbie Case held an insulated bag with two packaged meals — a sandwich wrap and fruit for lunch, a burrito and cauliflower for dinner. “You’re going to eat well today,” Case told 75-year-old Dave Kelly as she handed him the meals. Kelly lost his sight about two years ago and reluctantly gave up cooking. After putting the food away, Kelly chatted with Case about his experience as a folk musician. As they talked in his living room, Case, CEO of San Diego County’s Meals on Wheels program,…

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    Irregular heartbeat disorder patients are not taking their medication

    Healthy living with irregular heartbeat One-Third With Common Irregular Heartbeat Don’t Take Blood Thinners Many people with the heart condition known as atrial fibrillation stop taking the blood-thinning medication that’s prescribed to help prevent a stroke, a new study reveals. Atrial fibrillation is an irregular heartbeat that causes the heart to quiver. This raises the risk of blood clots and stroke, according to the American Heart Association. People who’ve had a medical procedure such as cardioversion (electrical shocks to the heart through electrodes placed on the chest) or ablation (using heat, cold or radio energy to scar heart tissue via catheter or surgery) to help manage their condition were even…