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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Is it just the fiber that makes Oatmeal a good choice or is there more to it? It is estimated that during the Bronze Age (3200-600 BC), oats were first cultivated in Switzerland.  Oats had been around for a long time before that but were probably…
Categories: Nutrition, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Oatmeal, Research, Weight Loss

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Is it just the fiber that makes Oatmeal a good choice or is there more to it? It is estimated that during the Bronze Age (3200-600 BC), oats were first cultivated in Switzerland.  Oats had been around for a long time before that but were probably…
Categories: Nutrition, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Oatmeal, Research, Weight Loss

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Recent weight loss research found that long-term weight loss is difficult.   Obesity I found an article just after the holidays that was very depressing for me.  While searching for research to back up another post, I found an article on CBC - Canada entitled "Obesity Research Confirms Long-term Weight Loss Almost Impossible"​[1]​ that touted…
Categories: Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Long-term, Research, Success, Weight Loss, Weight Maintenance

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Inactivity linked to a decreased motivation in obese mice Elderly Couple Walking on Beach So much research has been completed to find the magic bullet for the cause of obesity and this study is no different.  I found the study after reading an article on Science Daily entitled "Inactivity in obese mice linked to a…
Categories: Exercise, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Research, Weight Loss

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A mother's body fat may affect her child's risk of obesity. Chunky Baby It has been a common belief that obesity is mostly a learned behavior that children get from both parents.  In the past ten years, genetics has been increasingly blamed for obesity in individuals.  It has been postulated that the body mass index…
Categories: Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Babies, Obesity, Pregnancy, Research

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Sugar type may be an independent risk for weight gain and disease.   I have been told for years that calories are calories and it does not matter from which source they come.  This month, I found a study in a PubMed search and a review article from Science Daily[1] that…
Categories: Nutrition, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Diabetes, Fuctose, Glucose, Heart Disease, Sugar, Weight Gain

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Why so many pounds regained weight after weight loss and how to prevent the weight gain?  Energy Balance I am nearly 100% certain that this is not the first time you have tried to or have lost weight.  I know there are some folks out there that are blessed with a good metabolism but they…
Categories: Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Research, Strcuture, Weight Loss

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Frozen and prepackaged meals can be a healthy option. Man and Microwave Meal Our society is increasingly on the go and has less downtime than many of our counterparts in the world. With the increased time at work and travel to and from, we look for more convenient ways to feed our families. Frozen and…
Categories: Nutrition, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Dinners, Foods, Frozen, Meals, Microwave, Nutrition, Packaged, Processed, Weight Loss

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Low-calorie diets: The new fountain of youth?   Fountain of Youth We have searched for solutions to create youth and longevity since Ponce DeLeon was searching for the fountain of youth.   We want to live forever but we are quite mortal and forever will never happen.  Our bodies are just not made to live…
Categories: Nutrition, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Calorie Restriction, Calories, Research, Weight Loss, Youth

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Sugar type may be an independent risk for weight gain and disease.   I have been told for years that calories are calories and it does not matter from which source they come.  This month, I found a study in a PubMed search and a review article from Science Daily[1] that…
Categories: Nutrition, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Diabetes, Fuctose, Glucose, Heart Disease, Sugar, Weight Gain
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