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Does sleep affect weight loss?

Sleep and Weight Loss When it comes to weight loss, the emphasis is typically placed on diet and exercise at the expense of other guidelines. While many dieters follow nutrition and physical activity recommendations, sufficient sleep is often missing. Though the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends at...

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High Protein Diets for Weight Loss

Protein Protein is a macronutrient, which in addition to providing energy, also furnishes the body with the necessary building blocks to create and repair new and damaged tissue. High protein diets are typically used to gain muscle and strength, however, these same diets may provide benefits for weight loss. The Problem...

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Weight Loss Without Exercise, Diet Alone

Weight Loss Weight loss is supposedly simple math; if you expend more energy than you consume, you'll lose weight. The equation doesn't care much if you burn more, consume less, or combine both approaches. Unfortunately, the body doesn't always perform as a simple equation, but rather a complex system which...

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Top 5 Benefits of Fiber

To say fiber is important is an understatement. This under-eaten nutrient prevents and treats digestive problems, lowers disease risk, increases satiety and even aids weight loss. Unfortunately, found in mostly unprocessed foods, Americans tend to stay well under the recommended intake for this extremely important nutrient. Fiber is a type...

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Top 5 Reasons to Eat Healthy

A diet built on a foundation of healthy food choices has plenty of benefits including weight loss, increased energy and disease prevention. A healthy diet allows you to eat unhealthy foods sometimes, provided you make the right choices most of the time. A healthy lifestyle is about balance, not...

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How to Ruin a Calorie Deficit

A calorie deficit is the "magic" that makes weight loss possible. It is the difference between the amount of energy you burn and eat; the shortfall of energy caused by eating less and moving more. If your body burns 2,000 calories per day and you only eat 1,500, that...

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Relevant or Outdated? The 3,500 Calorie Weight Loss Rule

Weight Loss In 1958, a now infamous study concluded one pound of body fat was equal to 3,500 calories1. It's been conventional diet wisdom for over half a century: a 3,500 calorie increase or decrease, above or below maintenance levels results in a one pound change in weight. Most diets...

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Top 5 Reasons You’re Not Losing Weight

Losing weight is a fairly simple process. Though there are limitless choices you can make concerning your food intake, exercise routine and supplement regimen, there is only one rule you need to follow to lose weight: eat less, move more. When you eat less and move more, you force...

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