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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Being moderately overweight is not protective in overall mortality. Obesity: Belly One of the problems in research is when you oversimplify or unintentionally skew your data.  When you do this sort of examination of data, you miss the proverbial forest because you are looking at all the trees.  You need to look at the right…
Categories: Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Obesity, Research

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Obesity Tied to Secretive Eating I am not an expert on eating disorders or obesity for that matter, but as a primary care physician, I often am the first to suspect and diagnose eating disorders. The diagnosis is difficult to make, and patients and…
Categories: Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Obesity, Research

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Email based support may be superior for weight loss.   Weight loss is tough and difficult under even the best circumstances.  Almost every dieter is looking for that one thing to help them maximize their weight loss.  Dieters spend billions every year looking for one thing to help them lose…
Categories: Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Research, Support, Weight Loss

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Sales of sugar-sweetened beverages can be reduced by taxes.   About one year ago, Berkeley, California, added a one-cent tax per ounce on certain sugar-sweetened beverages.  The tax was added in an attempt to reduce consumption of sugar to protect children and adults from the evils of sugar.  The idea…
Categories: Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Research, Soda, Sugar, Sugar Tax

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Group support of a structured diet is a winning strategy.   Obesity is at epidemic levels in the United States and becoming an increasing problem worldwide.  You can easily see the problem with a short trip to you local shopping center or grocery store.  Five to ten…
Categories: Nutrition, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Research, Weight Loss

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Weight loss and management can reduce absenteeism at work. A few years ago, studies confirmed that smokers have a higher absenteeism and that treating them with smoking cessation is good both the business and the employee.  It just makes sense from a health perspective that employees that quite will be…
Categories: Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Research, Weight Loss

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Cooking at home is cheaper and healthier.   We have all heard the myth that eating at home is more expensive.  Food that is good for you is more expensive is what I have always heard, and I guess that is true if all you eat is frozen…
Categories: Nutrition, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Myth, Research

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How much time you spend a week preparing meals can influence your health and your wallet. I recently started prepping my meals ahead of time.  I usually prepare my meals for…
Categories: Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Meal Prepping, Research

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“Low-Content” Nutrient Claims in the United States Don't Add Up I can remember the big low-fat claims for nearly a half century, but the fact is that this fight has been going on for over a century. Experts pushed the concept that fat was bad for you and you should…
Categories: Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Research, Weight Loss

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Guidelines for food intake are not evidence based. I am confident that nearly 100% of the public has seen the food pyramid and the new nutrition plate guideline.  We have been brainwashed in school that these tools were the key to being healthy…
Categories: Nutrition, Research, Weight Loss
Tags: Obesity, Research
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