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Friday, May 24, 2013
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Yo-yo dieting `can damage your heart`
Older women who want to slim down could be doing more harm than good if they don’t manage to stick to the diet, experts have warned.
Yo-yo dieting does not thwart weight loss efforts
A history of yo-yo dieting – the repetitive loss and regain of body weight, also called weight cycling – does not negatively affect metabolism or
‘Yo-yo dieting’ better than not dieting
A new study has suggested that it is better to attempt to lose weight despite repeated failures at keeping the weight off, like in “yo-yo dieting
Yo-yo dieting changes genes linked with stress: Study
Exposure to stress after a short and strict dieting regime increases the risk of binge eating and may lead to weight gain.
Yo-yo dieting harmful for brain
Yo-yo dieting and repeated bouts of sugar-bingeing could be harmful for the brain and generate overeating, claims a new study.
Eat smart, exercise to ease flatulence
It is caused by reasons such as overeating and other health problems.»
Top 10 ways to prevent breast cancer
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women.»
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