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Dieting

Weight Loss

‘K-E Diet’ Trend Has Some Experts Worried About Eating Disorders

A diet trend for quick weight loss has local experts worried.

04/21/2012

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Lose It App

By Chris Morris PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – On today’s APP-tastic and outta SITE – Lose It. By now, that New Year’s Resolution about dropping a few pounds may have fallen by the wayside but LoseIt can […]

03/19/2012

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Maintaining Your Diet Through Super Bowl Sunday

Super Bowl Sunday can be a disaster for a calorie counter. So, if you have actually been keeping that New Year’s resolutuion for over a month, what do you do?

02/02/2012

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Personal Physician May Help You Lose Weight

According to a report from the National Institutes of Health, your primary care physician might help you lose weight.

01/30/2012

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A Realistic Diet For The Holiday Season

It is virtually impossible to ignore the treats that are either at home or in the workplace through the holidays, but you need to use judgment.

11/25/2011

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Texting To Students Helps Them Lose Weight, Temple U. Study Finds

In the study, overweight students were split into three groups: a control group, one that received weight loss information on Facebook, and a third that received the Facebook posts plus encouraging daily text messages.

10/19/2011

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The Mediterranean Diet

It remains the most talked about diet of the past decade: the Mediterranean Diet clearly stays front and center because of its beneficial health effects.

07/20/2011

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For Many, Maintaining A Healthy Holiday Diet Pays Off Come The New Year

Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, dieting decisions for the rest of the holidays need to be made.

11/28/2010

Debate Goes Round In Circles Over Three Square Meals

Researchers at Purdue University find that dieters who sit down to three larger meals a day are more satisfied than those who graze for six smaller meals.

10/01/2010

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