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Choosing Bariatric Equipment for a Loved One

If you have volunteered to care for a loved one who is morbidly obese, then you will quickly find that bariatric care is quite different from general care. You will need special equipment to monitor his health issues, as well as to improve mobility. Here are some items that you may want to keep on hand in order to make sure that you have everything you need in case the need arises.

A Focus on Prevention: Combating Rising Healthcare Costs With Better Food Choices

Once the personal connection is made between the consumption of processed food and the subsequent health issues it creates, we can begin making the necessary choices to force the hand of the food industry. Food companies do not have to shower the nation with substandard products, but they will continue to do so unless the educated consumer stops choosing bad food.

Participating In a 90-Day Challenge To Lose Weight and Gain Muscle

I decided to change my mind and stop blaming life for my excess weight gain. I will improve my health this year. Times may be tough and there will be plenty of distractions that will compete with my desires to eat better, workout, get solid rest and build my best self. What I must accept is that my success rests entirely on my shoulders and I must hold myself accountable every step of the way. I have been actively researching different fitness methods that get great results for people seeking to make healthy changes in their lives. l have looked for products that actually worked and were financially feasible for a wide group of people. I’m ready to put the research to work. Being accountable, putting a plan in action and sticking to it through all of life’s daily obstacles will present the greatest challenge to my desire for growth and transformation. My goal is to get out of my own way. NO waiting for the New Year or the holiday to be over to begin practicing my annual resolution. Today I resolve all excuses for not moving forward. Today I have made the decision to change my own mind.

How to Avoid Overeating at Night

Although it’s tempting to come home after a stressful day and dig into some rich comfort food, it might not be the best strategy in the long term. Here are some suggestions on how to avoid overeating at night.

Problems With Obesity – 5 Traps to Avoid and Stop the Obesity Epidemic (Don’t Do These!)

Do you fall for these 5 traps that can lead to obesity? Look inside the article to see what the 5 traps are.

Hypnotherapy and Weight Loss – Does It Really Work?

With all the talk about ‘virtual gastric banding’ and media presentations of massive weight loss, many people are wondering whether the results seem too good to be true. You may be surprised to find that hypnotherapy for weight loss has a long and solid foundation.

Is Your Brain Washed?

How convenience is causing us to fall ill. The food industry is continuing to make money from a human weakness. The ‘food’ they pass off is not exactly beneficial to our health yet the government continues to sit back and turn a blind eye.

Lap Bands Cost Less If You Pay Cash!

Lap Band surgery costs $9,500 if you pay cash but it costs $25,000 if you use your insurance company. And if you choose to use your insurance you may have to pay a deductible that can be as high as $2,500. This article discusses why you shouldn’t use your insurance to pay for your Lap Band surgery. Find out why it really only costs about $5,000 if you pay cash.

The Hormone Leptin

The hormone leptin is present on fat cells, and has been associated with fat gain and loss in absence and presence of, respectively in animal models, e.g. mice. Though the effects haven’t been proven to be the exact same in people, there have been some studies that show a correlation between this hormone and weight gain or loss in people also (Pinel 2007).

How Society Impacts Obesity

It is not a surprise that the number of Americans that are overweight or obese has been increasing rapidly over the years. It is like an epidemic that the country is struggling to control. If we could go back in time and think about it, obesity was not a problem and it started to be an important issue in the past 20 years or so.

Is Being Overweight Protective Against Disease?

Though most studies have linked being overweight and obese to disease, a few studies suggest that being overweight may bring on a protective effect against disease. How could this be possible? This article looks at the facts and explains them.

Obesity: Cause, Risk and Treatment

Obesity. Can it be prevented? Yes, it is possible. Obesity will not disappear in a day. You can’t lose all of that weight and fat built up during a period of time in one day. It needs to be a process. Read on and find out the only way to successfully combat obesity.

The Real Cure for Obesity

As many people in America probably know, obesity is a big problem already, and it is rapidly growing. America is the fattest nation in the world, and this epidemic continues to worsen every year. Because obesity is such a serious problem in this country, famous people such as first lady Michelle Obama take time out of their busy schedules in an attempt to fight the disease.

Post Bariatric Surgery

Many people have considered gastric bypass surgery, while others have already taken the next step to have this surgery done in order to help control their weight and maintain a healthy diet. Although this surgery shrinks the stomach, which promotes weight loss, it is still very important to keep a very strict and balanced diet in order to prevent weight gain, and more importantly to avoid any complications; post Bariatric surgery.

Should Restaurants Be Forced to Stop Serving Super-Sized Sodas?

Those super-sized sodas are killing you from inside. This article here tells you how.

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