Is it a problem to eat less than my recommended calories each day?
Strange as it sounds, going too low on calories is a common cause of getting stuck at your current weight despite dieting. Your body is designed to protect you from starvation du... Read more
The diet pill section of the pharmacy can seem like the Wild West, as most products are considered dietary supplements and therefore not subject to U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations. However, in June 2007, one drug became the first FDA-ap... Read more
There is a lot of misinformation out there about dieting and exercise. People DO want sustainable results, but many can’t judge the difference between quick fixes and the legitimate, permanent strategies for losing weight. Common... Read more
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The next time you watch an infomercial, read an advertisement, or spot a new supplement reporting miraculous weight loss results, we wouldn’t blame you for cocking a wary eyebrow. When evaluating claims for weight loss products, the Federal... Read more
I'm new to the site/forum and was wondering if I could get some help.
I am an elder care blogger. Diet plans and weight loss are two of the hot topics for my readers. Since I cannot find all the information I need off the web, I am in t... Read more
I've just finished reading this book. I personally think it is amazing and would love to follow the meal plan. But, I've read online that some people feel that this book goes against the updated food pyramid or something.
The book includes such... Read more
So, today is my 1st day on the 3-1-2-1 Diet. I hate using the word diet, because to me, my new way of eating is a lifestyle change. But, I bought the electronic version of the book and is very interesting. I've been sort of eating this way anyway, bu... Read more
I was at the bookstore today, and I saw a book about this 2 day diet plan. From the looks of it, you eat low carb (50 grams or less) two days a week (not sure if consecutive or if that matters). The rest of the week, you eat eat lean protein, whole g... Read more
I dont realy care for diet pills of any kind but i have tried the rasberry ketone and it seems to realy help..its safe ..it helps u burn calories and helps get rid of pure fat wanna know more go to dr oz.com and look up rasberry keytone or green cof... Read more
There's no diet, pill, or potion, special workout, video, or book to read that will make you lose weight. It's eat right and exercise. If you aren't losing, you're doing one of those wrong. Either up your intensity with exercise, or start counting... Read more
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has added 41 additional diet drugs to an alert about tainted diet pills. The pills contain undeclared ingredients that might compromise health. Some of the pills contain drugs that have been recalled in Europe, o... Read more
Most people realize that if a supplement's claims seem too good to be true, they probably are. "Lose 10 pounds in 2 days!" or "Look like this swimsuit model in less than a week!" are claims that make most of us roll our eyes and shake our heads. Bu... Read more
I have gained a couple of pounds. BLURGH. There are a variety of reasons but it basically comes down to the fact that I've been eating more crap lately. J really likes his Chinese food so I find myself eating fried rice and fried tofu at least once a... Read more
I've been going on a sentimental journey re-tracing my early bad eating habits, my roots, actually my root of all evil. 227 473 18 After writing my last blog, I find myself a chubby pre-teen, solution, buying diet pills, they would sell them to k... Read more
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