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Vitamins and Weight Loss: How Vitamins Affect Fat Burning Exercises, Bariatric Surgery, and Obesity Related Diseases
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As obesity has become a serious health problem globally, more attention is needed about nutritional problems in the overweight and obese population, especially about vitamins and oxidative stress.... More > Scientific studies have found close relationships between vitamins and obesity. The condition of deficiencies in several vitamins is especially serious in those with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and after gastric bypass surgery. Individuals with deficiencies in some vitamins are more difficult to lose fat mass, and burn less fat during fat burning exercises. Weight loss interventions are often associated with reduced intake of micronutrients. Supplementation of vitamins may be helpful not only for weight loss, but also for the prevention of diabetes and other obesity-related diseases. Certain diets can improve vitamin status and the whole dietary quality, and help maintain fat-free mass during the weight loss time. (Journal of Personalized and Systems Medicine)< Less
Your Complete Guide To Hepatitis C
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There is a whole litany of misconceptions about Hepatitis C and they don't seem to be going away any time soon. Did you know that by the time your symptoms are diagnosed it's often too late to... More > protect your liver? That's a fact and a doggone sad one at that! Hepatitis C is deadly and you need to know everything you can about it BEFORE it's too late. Once your liver is damaged by this blood-borne viral infection, it's damaged for good! We all must take personal responsibility for ourselves and our loved ones. The symptoms are so close to just a simple case of the flu that it's just scary. Wake up and smell the coffe - take charge and learn all you can about this condition that affects over 4 million people worldwide. You owe it to yourself AND your loved ones. Do it now! Do it here! "Your Complete Guide to Hepatitis C" is just what you need to become informed. Order your copy now and have your answers in minutes!< Less
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Natural Antioxidants and Weight Loss: Anti-Obesity and Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Polyphenol Extracts from Fruits and Herbs
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Polyphenols are chemicals found in many plants. Polyphenols are usually antioxidants that can protect cells from oxidative damage caused by free radicals. Many polyphenols have anti-obesity... More > activities and are beneficial for weight loss. Aging and obesity may lead to inflammatory and oxidative conditions. Inflammation and oxidative stress are also important pathological factors in obesity-related diseases such as diabetes, fatty liver, cardiovascular diseases, and cancer. Polyphenol extracts from fruits and herbs such as apples and green tea can inhibit inflammation, lower blood cholesterol and glucose levels, and reduce risks of heart diseases. These natural antioxidants can be used as dietary supplements without evident adverse effects. The latest discoveries and studies of cellular and molecular mechanisms of such polyphenols suggest that they can be potential agents for the treatment of obesity and associated diseases. (Journal of Personalized and Systems Medicine)< Less
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Cardiovascular disease (CVD) due to atherosclerosis is the leading cause of death in the U.S. Consuming excess carbohydrate (e.g. fructose, alcohol, and glucose in their decreasing order of... More > proclivity to form fat in the liver)is the cause of this problem. Excess carbohydrate intake, particularly fructose, not cholesterol intake, gives rise to one's so-called bad cholesterol which causes atherosclerosis. We have uniquely determined that one must eat right for your height to avoid obesity, diabetes, and fatty liver disease. We pass our insights on to you, including those involving sugar habituation or addiction. Cognitive behavioral therapy offers a very effective means of self-coping with habituation or addiction to either sugar or alcohol.< Less
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