Research Articles

I have made a list of research articles and posts that I wrote over the past year.  I will post a new tip every Tuesday and Thursday until I run out of topics.  I am pretty sure you will find many of the topics helpful and many may motivate you to try harder.  If you have a topic you wish me to research, Contact Me.  

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Cell phones can assist with weight loss and maintenance Cell Phone The obesity epidemic in the United States is exploding and has spread to young adults.   As it reaches higher and higher levels, it is leading to significantly more public health implications that will follow the youth in adulthood.   If we can implements…
Categories: Exercise, Nutrition, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Cell Phone, Research, Weight Loss

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Intermittent fasting for weight loss is safe and effective. Fasting Fasting is not a new practice.  Fasting is a practice that is older than many modern religions.  It is a central part of many religious practices, but the idea of using it for weight loss is relatively new.  Regardless, fasting is beginning to capture attention as a possible…
Categories: Nutrition, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Diabetes, Fasting, Obesity, Weight Loss

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Leptin: the hormone that suppresses appetite  Many dieters struggle with weight loss because of their feelings of hunger.  They try to lose weight but their appetite gets in the way.  Many have tried unsafe fad diets that are based on science but do not fully understand the science behind them.  Recently, I wrote an article…
Categories: Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Appetite, Ghrelin, Hunger, Leptin, Obesity, Sateity, Satiety, Weight Loss

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Comfort foods can add to your midsection. The best comfort food will always be greens, cornbread, and fried chicken. -  Maya Angleou Comfort foods are foods we use to soothe our anxiety and depression.  They make us calm and increase endorphins.  For me, my comfort food is pizza or pepperoni rolls  Heck, I will take…
Categories: Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Comfort, Food, Thought

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Should I pass on the salt or add salt to my food?   Salt Well To start, let us discuss what table salt is.  Table salt or sodium chloride is a white crystalline structure that contains equal parts of sodium and chloride.  The salt compound is bonded with ionic bonds from negatively charged chlorine atoms and…
Categories: Nutrition, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Hypertension, Research, Salt, Visitor Question

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Cortisol: The Beer Gut Hormone Steroid hormone cortisol (hydrocortisone) structural formula Cortisol is a steroid hormone of the glucocorticoid class that is made and released by the Adrenal Glands in response to stress (Examples of glucocorticoid-like hormones are hydrocortisone and prednisone).  The adrenals located above each kidney.  It is often released in hard times to…
Categories: Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Cortisol, Hormones, Obesity, Weight Loss

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Portion control leads to higher level of weight loss success.   Portion Control Weight loss success in people is highly variable among individuals and what may lead to success in one may lead to failure in another.  Analysis of weight loss patterns in those that are successful may help those who intend to try to…
Categories: Nutrition, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Portion Control, Research, Weight Loss

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Should I pass on the salt or add salt to my food?   To start, let us discuss what table salt is.  Table salt or sodium chloride is a white crystalline structure that contains equal parts of sodium and chloride.  The salt compound is bonded with ionic bonds from negatively…
Categories: Nutrition, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Hypertension, Research, Salt, Visitor Question

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Cardiovascular fitness reduces all-cause mortality. Exercise Many patients ask me if they should add exercise to their daily regime.  Very few patients should be told not to exercise so for most of you the answer is near 100% yes.  It widely accepted that cardiovascular fitness has an inverse relationship with mortality.   We have all…
Categories: Exercise, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Exercise, Fitness, Mortality, Research

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Intermittent fasting induces weight loss preferentially in obesity-prone rats Obesity is a leading health problem in the United States and obesity-related deaths due to disease such as diabetes type 2 and heart disease are on the rise.  Despite the abundance of weight-loss programs and treatments available, the health, fitness, and medical community are unable to…
Categories: Nutrition, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Intermittent Fasting, Research, Weight Loss
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