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How to increase your metabolism
Many factors influence the speed of a person’s metabolism, including their muscle mass, activity level, and genetics. There are several ways to boost metabolism, including eating at regular times, trying high-intensity interval training, and reducing stress. Here, learn about these and other strategies.
Can eating too much fruit cause type 2 diabetes?
Risk factors for developing type 2 diabetes include being overweight and having high blood sugar levels. Although fruit does contain sugar, eating it as part of a balanced and healthful diet is unlikely to cause diabetes. Learn more here.
How do you lose belly fat?
Belly fat, or excess fat around the abdomen, has causes that include lack of exercise, poor diet, and stress. Being more active, improving nutrition, getting better sleep, and cutting alcohol intake can all help people to shed belly fat. Learn more about the causes of belly fat, and how best to lose it, here.
Weight loss drug may prevent and treat diabetes
A new clinical trial reports that a weight loss drug can reduce diabetes risk and increases the chances of remission among those who have the condition.
Yo-yoing weight linked to higher cardiovascular risk
Researchers warn that fluctuations in a series of health measurements, including body weight, are linked with a heightened risk of cardiovascular events.
Are our brains trying to stop us from exercising?
What is the so-called exercise paradox, and why does our brain want us to stay home rather than head to the gym? A new study investigates.
How does being busy affect your lifestyle choices?
New research has found that the busier a person is, the more likely they are to make better, more healthful choices, including diet, exercise, and money.
Lose 5 times more weight by training your mind
A new motivational intervention technique is very effective in keeping people on track with their weight loss efforts, a recent study demonstrates.
Home remedies and lifestyle tips for reducing acid reflux
Acid reflux is very common and occurs when stomach acid flows back up into the food pipe, where it causes heartburn. Home remedies and lifestyle tips that can reduce or prevent acid reflux include losing weight, keeping a food diary, eating regular meals, and raising the head of the bed. Learn more here.
Eating when full: A battle between two brain signals
Why do we keep eating when we're full? Scientists uncover a fight for control between two small adjacent brain areas plus involvement of the opioid system.
What are the best sources of omega-3?
Omega-3 fatty acids are essential nutrients. Oily fish, seeds, and nuts are among the best sources. In this article, we take a look at 15 omega-3-rich foods.
Why a regular bedtime may benefit your heart and metabolism
New research examines the cardiometabolic health risks associated with irregular bedtimes among older adults over a 10-year period.
What are the pros and cons of a juice cleanse?
Juice cleanses involve consuming only juice for a few days. Some people claim that they can aid weight loss and detoxify the body, but the evidence is scarce. Learn about the pros and cons here.
High-fiber foods for a healthful diet
Fiber is an essential nutrient for boosting heart and gut health, and yet hardly anyone includes enough of it in their daily diet. In this article, we explain some of the best high-fiber foods, including fruits, vegetables, nuts, and grains.
Stroke severity reduced in those who walk regularly
A study of people who had strokes finds that symptoms were less severe in those who did light to moderate exercise, such as 4 hours of walking per week.
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