For controlling weight and blood sugar, people with type 2 diabetes should have two large meals (breakfast and lunch) rather than six small meals with the same total calories, a key study has suggested. ‘Eating only breakfast and lunch reduced body weight, liver fat content, fasting plasma glucose, C-peptide and glucagon, and increased OGIS (oral glucose insulin sensitivity), more than the …
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Here's the quirkiest news we found about health from around the web:  Camel kissing Saudi Arabians  Public health officials are extremely worried about MERS-CoV, thinking it will be the next SARS but if there’s one country that’s relaxed about the disease, it’s Saudi Arabia. . This is worrying considering there have been 500 reported cases of the disease in the country and it was first …
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Actress Jenny McCarthy suffers heart palpitations, and so, she takes it relatively easy in the gym. She hits the gym as she can't afford to put her body under any unnecessary stress due to weight gain, reports contactmusic.com. 'I was definitely up after the holidays last year, so I tried what everyone always says to do: running. I was on that treadmill every day for 45 minutes,' said …
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You could also try out these exercises for specific body parts:  Exercises for shoulders Exercises for abs Exercises for arms Exercises for legs For more articles on bodybuilding, check out our bodybuilding section. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest updates! For daily free health tips, sign up for our newsletter. And to join discussions on health topics of …
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We’ve told you how to shed those pounds from your legs, arms, abs and back and today we’re going to tell you how to get rid of that extra fat from your chest and shoulders. If we were to dissect the anatomy of the upper body into workable parts we’ll have – shoulders, back, chest, abs and arms. While we’ve already told you how to get rid of the excess flab from your back , abs and …
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If increasing weight of your body is bothering you, do not lose sleep as researchers have found that how well you sleep is intricately linked to how healthy your diet is. Lack of adequate rest at night is linked to poor food choices during the day, the findings showed. The researchers found that women participants in the study who slept for less than six hours every night consumed more calories …
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If you're one of those people who have tried hard to lose weight with exercise and a healthy diet, but have been unsuccessful in doing so, give homeopathy a try! 'Homeopathy has been successfully employed as a mode of treatment for weight loss, for many years now in the Europe and South Asia. But one should understand that it is no miracle cure. The homeopathic treatment for losing weight is …
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You all have heard this over a million times that you need eat more veggies if you got to lose weight. But, which vegetables? Can you have all of them? Let’s find out. Basics first—the key to lose weight is to eat comparatively lesser calories than you burn without losing out essential nutrients. Sure, most people can manage to eat a bit lesser calories but if you want to lose weight in the …
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Going on a vacation is no doubt relaxing, exciting and rejuvenating. But what comes complimentary with it is some extra kilos on your body. One often lets go and eats and drinks what their heart desires which results in their weight loss goals going awry. But a few simple tips can go a long way in ensuring that all you come back with is excess luggage and memories! Dr Puneet Nayak, …
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For some reason, people have a lot of trouble losing weight from their lower body, especially women, since they have more fatty tissues around the buttocks, thighs and abdomen.  Fitness trainer Akshay Chopra told TheHealthSite.com: ‘Men and women are different and will store fats in different parts of their body and there are evolutionary reasons for this. Women have wider hips and pelvis …
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You could also try out these exercises for specific body parts:  Exercises for shoulders Exercises for abs Exercises for arms Exercises for legs For more articles on bodybuilding, check out our bodybuilding section. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest updates! For daily free health tips, sign up for our newsletter. And to join discussions on health topics of …
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Researchers have said that bariatric surgery, which is best known for its ability to help patients lose substantial weight, can also result in significant improvement in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Researchers at the University of South Florida-Tampa found that bariatric surgery resolved liver inflammation and reversed early-stage liver fibrosis, the thickening and scarring of …
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Are you obese but have a healthy heart? Don't get duped by the notion of 'healthy' obesity. An alarming research shows that obese individuals who have no signs of cardiovascular disease show a much higher prevalence of early plaque buildup in the arteries compared to healthy individuals. 'Obese individuals who are considered 'healthy' because they do not currently have heart disease risk factors …
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Dance like no one’s watching or dance like there's no tomorrow -- there's a reason why dancing is considered such a joyous form of physical expression which let's you emote and also keeps you in shape. There are several reasons to dance, one of them being for your health and fitness. If you are bored of going to the gym, try these 8 fun dance workouts which promise to tone your physique in a …
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