Dieting Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Fifty miles for 50 years: Fire chief to run in full gear for charityRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Summerville Journal Scene

    Assistant Chief David Moore, with Old Fort Fire Department, completes the Nexton 5K in Summerville last year with a patriotic walk across the finish line. Old Fort Fire Assistant Chief David Moore suits up in turnout gear and other fire equipment with co-workers before taking on the 1,500-step challenge Saturday at North Charleston Coliseum.

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  2. Ketone drink gives competitive cyclists a boost by altering their metabolismRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog

    A drink developed for soldiers to generate energy from ketones rather than carbs or fat allowed highly trained cyclists to add up to 400 meters of distance to their workouts , a small UK-led study reports July 27 in Cell Metabolism . The supplement, which will be commercially available within the year, works by temporarily switching the primary source of cellular energy from glucose or fat to ketones-molecules derived from fat that are known to be elevated in people consuming a low-carb, Atkins-like diet.

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  3. Study finds link between carbohydrate consumption and adropinRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog

    In research featured in the August edition of Obesity , Saint Louis University investigator Andrew Butler, Ph.D., and his team report that levels of the peptide hormone adropin vary based on carbohydrate consumption and appear to be linked to lipid metabolism. Butler, who is professor of pharmacology and physiology at SLU, discovered adropin several years ago.

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  4. SLU Research Finds Link Between Carbohydrate Consumption and AdropinRead the original story

    Yesterday | Newswise

    In research featured in the August edition of Obesity , Saint Louis University investigator Andrew Butler, Ph.D., and his team report that levels of the peptide hormone adropin vary based on carbohydrate consumption and appear to be linked to lipid metabolism. Butler, who is professor of pharmacology and physiology at SLU, discovered adropin several years ago.

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  5. TaurineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Chemistry World

    Over the past couple of decades it's been impossible to miss the super-charged rise of energy drinks. Packed with caffeine and sugar, they promise to 'give you wings' among other unlikely properties, or at least keep you awake and studying, working, partying or playing - depending on how fun or how unfortunate your current circumstances happen to be.

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  6. How to eat and train like a crossfit championRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2016 | Stuff.co.nz

    When she's not smashing out pull-ups with a 15 kg weight hanging from her waist, you'll find Kara Webb wandering the farmers market with her hubby in tow or chilling with her fur baby, Willow. The 26 year old from Brisbane has definitely earned some downtime with her loved ones.

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  7. Foods That Lower Blood Pressure: 6 Things That Will Surprise YouRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | News Max

    If you are trying to avoid taking medication for hypertension, there are some foods that help lower blood pressure. Incorporate these six foods into your diet to ward off hypertension, reducing your risk of other chronic health conditions.

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  8. Beyond Trim: Exercise for the right reasonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 25 | The Daily Gazette

    A study published this year in The Journal of American Medical Association showed that regular exercisers have lower risks of many cancers. Another study in the same journal showed that regular exercise was effective in lowering blood sugar and insulin levels in people with diabetes.

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  9. Do intermittent fasting diets actually work?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    ... even make you live longer. But do these diets really work better than typical weight-loss plans? We can all agree: Dieting isn't fun. Sticking to a plan day after day makes dieters feel like there's no end in sight, and it's only a matter of time ...

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  10. Intermittent fasting: Does part-time dieting help weight loss?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Age

    ... even make you live longer. But do these diets really work better than typical weight-loss plans? We can all agree: Dieting isn't fun. Sticking to a plan day after day makes dieters feel like there's no end in sight, and it's only a matter of time ...

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  11. What foods pregnant women should eat - and what they should avoidRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | GlobalNews

    WATCH ABOVE: There are a lot of myths surrounding what pregnant women should eat, and what they should avoid. Here's a pregnancy diet reality check to help separate fact from fiction.

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  12. Nutrition 101: CarbsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | WWLP

    CHICOPEE, Mass. What are the building blocks of a good diet? Dr. Laura Christoph, Professor of Nutrition showed us how carbs works in our diets.

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  13. Fat people appreciating their bodies isn't just about acceptance - it's crucial for healthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | She Knows

    ... ," wherein the body tends to find a weight it's comfortable at and stay there despite calorie reduction or increase. Dieting, and our culture obsessed with weight loss, is screwing with those mechanisms. "If you're not getting enough calories or ...

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  14. How to Survive the First 10 Days of an Atkins DietRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | WikiHow

    The Atkins diet is a popular weight loss plan that focuses on a low-carb diet. Weight loss will vary person to person, but overall, most low-carb diets result in fairly quick weight loss.

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  15. 5 Trending Headlines: Extra checkoff dollar makes a difference; PLUS: ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Beef Magazine

    Home > Beef Quality > 5 Trending Headlines: Extra checkoff dollar makes a difference; PLUS: conservatives and liberals differ on food issues For almost two years, Texas cattle producers have had the option of paying an additional checkoff dollar, with the money flowing into the Texas Beef Council. And according to TBC Executive Vice President Richard Wortham, the additional dollar now being invested is making a world of difference.

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  16. Sage Project is Changing the Way We Learn About FoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Core77 design blog

    ... need another food app? The simple answer is yes. Most food apps available are marketed in a way that encourages dieting and weight loss over consumer education. To understand the complex processes of industrially manufacturing food, and the effects ...

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  17. Don't let stress sabotage your dietRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | NewsOK.com

    ... affects how and what we eat, they also affect our weight. A study of over 15,000 adolescent females found that dieting five-plus times in the past year was correlated with emotional stress in a number of ethnic groups. So, dieting can cause stress, ...

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  18. 15 myths about diabetes debunkedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Independent.ie

    Diabetes affects more than 225,000 people in Ireland and the World Health Organisation predicts the disease will be the seventh leading cause of death in 2030. Yet there is much ignorance around it.

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  19. FDA's Added sugars labeling leads to added complexitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Candy Industry

    With more than 30 years experience in B-to-B reporting, writing and editing - the bulk of which was dedicated to covering the bakery, confectionery and snack industries - Pacyniak has chronicled changes within the food industry since the early 1980s. A Boston University journalism degree graduate, he worked for a variety of publications before joining BNP Media in 1994 as editor of Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery magazine.

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  20. Tutu's HouseRead the original story

    Tuesday | West Hawaii Today

    ... to stop eating compulsively. There are no dues or fees. Through OA support and tools, many have recovered from yo-yo dieting, binging and sugar addiction, to name a few. SHIFT Scoliosis is a special talk that will be held on Aug. 4 from 9:30 to 11 ...

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