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Good cholesterol levels increased in obese teen boys after weight loss surgery, a new study found. The researchers uncovered that the surgery helps enhance the protective effects of HDL cholesterol.
Study author Dr. Amy Shah said, “We already knew that… Read More
Early Parkinson’s disease-related weight loss and changes in eating habits indicate the severity of future disease. The study, conducted by researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), found that although weight loss is common in Parkinson’s disease, weight loss that occurs… Read More
April is National Stress Awareness month, which sheds light on the negative impact stress can have on your life and health. There are many factors that contribute to stress along with many factors that worsen with added stress, including tension… Read More
Psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis symptoms have been found to be improved by bariatric surgery and excessive weight loss. Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease that causes the skin to become scaly. Some patients also develop inflammation known as psoriatic arthritis, which… Read More
March is Endometriosis Awareness Month 2016, which touches upon topics such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), pregnancy complications, pelvic pain in women, and weight loss. Endometriosis affects an estimated 176 million women worldwide and not only negatively impacts a woman’s life,… Read More
Weight loss beginning in midlife and extending into later life could be a sign of dementia, as uncovered by researchers at the Mayo Clinic. The findings revealed that individuals who lose weight over the course of decades are at a… Read More
Weight loss and consumption of healthy fats as seen in the Mediterranean diet – olive oil, fish, etc. – have been found to help improve cholesterol numbers. Moreover, the results were found to be high in women, specifically women who… Read More
If you missed Healthy Weight Week last week – don’t fret, we’ve put together the top Bel Marra Health articles in regards to weight, weight loss and the struggle of weight in postmenopausal women for you to continue to educate… Read More
Hypothyroidism – an underactive thyroid – can trigger weight gain but treating the thyroid condition does not necessarily result in weight loss. The thyroid is a butterfly shaped gland located at the base of the neck and is responsible for… Read More
At the early stages of a new study researchers may have insight in how reducing stress may aid in weight loss. Researchers from the University of Florida studied cells and mice and found that chronic stress triggers production of betatrophin,… Read More
Research from the Cornell Food and Brand Lab has found that weight loss is easily done with the use of smaller plates. Over the years there have been over 50 studies which study the effects of smaller plates and weight… Read More
The holidays can be action packed, but often times that action does not include an exercise routine, which means weight gain becomes an issue and any weight loss goals fall by the wayside.
You’re too busy shopping, wrapping gifts, baking… Read More
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