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BMI Is A Poor Tool For Judging Health. Here’s A Better Idea.

Published in Odd and Fun on 12th December 2017

Your weight actually isn’t a very reliable predictor of middle health or diabetes danger, according to a new analyze from obesity researchers. Nearly half of overweight people, 29 percent of obese beings and 16 percent of morbidly obese beings were found to be metabolically health when the researchers analyzed the necessary data for 40,000 people. […]

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Amsterdam’s solution to the obesity crisis: no fruit juice and enough sleep

Published in Odd and Fun on 11th December 2017

The city is successfully opposing fatty by promoting tap water in its institutions, along with healthy cooking first-class and a ban on fast food sponsorship The city of Amsterdam is producing “the worlds” in resolving the obesity epidemic, thanks to a progressive and wide-reaching programmes which is getting ensues even among the poorest parishes that […]

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What actually is the Mediterranean diet- and does it labor?

Published in Odd and Fun on 4th December 2017

Hard to define, but famously good for us, this path of feeing is far from universally followed even in the countries it came from It is said to be better at lowering cholesterol than statins, and able to prevent dementia and myocardial infarction, and will not induce you fatty. Anything that good for you might […]

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Swallowable gastric bag could help the obese lose weight without surgery

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th November 2017

Total Tokyo: Locals share their gratuities on Japan’s premiere city Although not a replacing for bariatric surgery, temporary bag could be used as early intervention or for the persons who do not miss, or cannot have, surgery A balloon that can be withdrew and then filled with irrigate while in the gut can help obese […]

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Decision to deny surgery to obese cases is like ‘racial discrimination’

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th November 2017

Bariatric surgeon Shaw Somers said move by neighbourhood NHS in Vale of York amounts to discrimination because obesity is an illness The decision by an NHS figure to restrict obese cases access to elective surgery until they lose weight is comparable with ethnic or religion discrimination, a surgeon has said. The Vale of York clinical […]

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Does Accepting Lead to Weight Loss?

Published in Odd and Fun on 28th October 2017

A study says that holding for a one-quarter of the day reduces obesityaEUR” but cause and effect are not so clear. The Washington Post told readers that digesting for at least a one-quarter of the working day shortens peculiars of obesity. Inside the clause, it was reported that the benefit of such bear is gargantuan, […]

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Living Alone Is Bad For Your Diet

Published in Odd and Fun on 25th October 2017

Living alone has its benefits: You get 100 percent restraint over Netflix, you can cleanse( or not) when you are satisfy and you’re safe to sleep in the buff without fear. But a recent investigate from Australia’s Queensland University of Technology divulged a major downside to solo life: People who live alone tend to have […]

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If plus-size modelling is glorification of obesity, I’ll eat my hat | Arwa Madhawi

Published in Odd and Fun on 15th October 2017

According to some columnists and doctors, allowing curvy girlfriends on the catwalk is reckless. When will we stop this abuse of the thin minority? We need to talk about fat privilege. Its not fashionable to say this, but OMG thin girls are in danger of becoming an subjugated minority! While civilization used to have an […]

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5 fatalities reported while applying weight loss bag treatment, FDA says

Published in Odd and Fun on 13th October 2017

Five people who were expending an obesity management that places bags inside their guts have died since 2016, according to the US Food and Drug Administration. Four of the deaths involved beings applying the Orbera Intragastric Balloon System and one involved ReShape Integrated Dual Balloon System, the agency said. “At this time, we do not […]

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What actually is the Mediterranean diet- and does it operate?

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th October 2017

Hard to define, but famously good for us, this way of devouring is far from universally followed even in the countries it came from It is said to be better at lowering cholesterol than statins, and able to prevent dementia and heart disease, and will not prepare you fat. Anything that good for you might […]

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