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The keto diet is a low carb, high fat, moderate protein diet that forces the body to burn fats for energy creating ketosis. It's effective for weight loss.
Getting your children to play outside isn’t just for fun, it’s good for their growing bodies and minds. Here are some simple, fun activities they will love.
There are certain benefits of riding a bike that driving a car could never live up to. Here are 5 reasons to hang up your car keys.
Are carbohydrates necessary for workout recovery or can a fat-fuel diet be just as good?
We’ve all heard the old adage, ‘no pain, no gain’, when it comes to exercise but could this phrase be doing more harm than good?
Muscle mass plays a huge role in predicting health outcomes. Studies show that people with less muscle mass had more surgical and post-operative complications, longer hospital stays, lower physical function, poorer quality of life and overall lower survival.
Most of us have seen the documentaries and read the news articles depicting some of the more notorious side effects of obesity. Cancer, heart...
As the obesity epidemic continues to grow, we are seeing serious complications, including non-alcohol fatty liver disease (NAFLD), in many obese people, including very young children. In some cases, the damage to the liver leads to irreversible scarring requiring transplantation. If diagnosed and treated early, these complications can be prevented.
As I follow my parents into our favorite Chinese restaurant and all-you-can-eat buffet, I marvel not at the quantity and variety of Asian cuisine but rather at the peculiarity of an education in medical anatomy.
Successful bariatric surgery requires preparation, long-term recovery, and lifelong changes in your relationships with your body, food, and the people in your life.
Research has shown that the Buddhist practice of mindfulness helps transform food from an escape into a pleasure.
Paul Campos, a law professor, has published a rant on obesity and health in which he gets the concepts partly right, but mostly wrong. Learn why.