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Tips For Emotional Eating

More than likely, we’re all guilty of comfort eating every once in a while. Sometimes, a person will emotional eat due to having a stressful day or others do it because of boredom. While small episodes of comfort eating aren’t generally a cause for concern, it can result in weight gain and become problematic when …

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Exercise Proven To Reduce Impact Of Obesity Gene

In a large international research study published in the November 1st edition of PLoS Medicine, researchers have determined that among those people with the “obesity gene” the risk of becoming obese was 27 percent lower in those who were physically active. The study involved a meta-analysis of 218,166 adults and 19,268 children. The (fat mass …

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Most Women Lie About Their Weight And Eat In Secret, Study Finds

In a survey of 2,000 British women, about three-quarters of them say that they often feel guilty about how much they eat. The biggest triggers for overeating? Boredom, stress and depression. A secret problem What’s more troubling than overeating in and of itself is that many women–about 44 percent of those in the study–admitted to …

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