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The Dangers of Allowing Social Media Tell You How to Lose Weight
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The Dangers of Allowing Social Media Tell You How to Lose Weight

Seeking medical advice online  From tackling a new exercise regimen we spotted on Facebook, to deciding to try the Instagram keto diet, we’ve all probably consciously or subconsciously made health choices based on our social media feed. With the average person now spending over two hours a day on multiple social media platforms, it’s only...

Weight Loss and 6 Other Amazing Health Benefits of Pumpkins
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Weight Loss and 6 Other Amazing Health Benefits of Pumpkins

Scary faces carved on pumpkins have become a traditional decoration for Halloween. This fruit is a type of winter squash native to North America. Although it is technically a fruit because it has seeds, it’s nutritional benefits are more similar to that of a vegetable. Pumpkin has many health benefits, but would you believe that...

Stress, Anxiety, and Weight Gain in COVID-19
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Stress, Anxiety, and Weight Gain in COVID-19

On October 10, 2020, we celebrated World Mental Health Day. It is an annual celebration aimed at raising awareness about mental health and giving hope and support to people who struggle with mental health issues. And with the COVID-19 pandemic affecting everyone, it is a significant and timely reminder during this challenging time. COVID-19 doesn’t...

Weight Loss and Blood Pressure: How are They Related?
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Weight Loss and Blood Pressure: How are They Related?

If you are trying to lose weight, your blood pressure is perhaps not the first thing you think about. However, as we will show in this blog post, there is a stronger connection between weight loss and blood pressure than you might think.   The problem with high blood pressure It is normal for a...

Did You Know That Losing Weight Can Boost Your Immune System?
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Did You Know That Losing Weight Can Boost Your Immune System?

It’s a no-brainer — having a healthy body contributes to a strong immune system. If you maintain an ideal weight based on your body mass, then you reduce the risk of developing chronic illnesses, serious diseases, and lifelong conditions like diabetes and heart disease. Unfortunately, over 42.4 percent of people in America are considered obese,...

3 Reasons Why Appetite Suppressants Are Not Ideal For Weight Loss
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3 Reasons Why Appetite Suppressants Are Not Ideal For Weight Loss

The market is full of appetite suppressants, otherwise known as diet pills, that claim to be effective in helping you lose weight fast. These are supplements that work to curb your food cravings, limiting your food consumption. According to the National Institutes of Health, 15 percent of adults in the U.S. have taken a type...

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