Can’t lose weight by dieting alone? Researchers have bad news for you

For those who starve themselves to cut calories but still don’t see results — you’re not alone. Researchers at the University of Ottowa have identified a separate group of obese people who are especially resistant to losing weight through dietary changes alone, according to a report published on Wednesday in The Lancet’s eBioMedicine journal. The … Read more

You Can’t Exercise Your Way Out of an Unhealthy Diet

Share on PinterestEven if you exercise regularly, a new study finds that having an unhealthy diet can still increase your risk of several diseases and early death. Rob and Julia Campbell/Stocksy United New research finds you can’t outrun the effect of a poor diet by simply exercising more. Regular physical activity and good dietary habits … Read more

Do You Consider Medications to Treat Obesity?

Robert F. Kushner, MD Do you consider using medications when treating patients for obesity? If you answered no, it’s time to make a change in your practice. Our current understanding of obesity as a chronic, progressive, and relapsing disease, just like type 2 diabetes, is useful in making the mindset shift toward a medical treatment … Read more

Supplementing diet with amino acid taurine could be a viable nutritional strategy to combat aging

When our cells process the oxygen we breathe and the food we eat every day in order to survive, they generate potentially toxic by-products popularly known as “free radicals”. Some of these molecules perform functions essential to the organism, but if there are too many of them the cells’ internal structures can be damaged, preventing … Read more

You Can’t Exercise Your Way Out of an Unhealthy Diet

Share on PinterestEven if you exercise regularly, a new study finds that having an unhealthy diet can still increase your risk of several diseases and early death. Rob and Julia Campbell/Stocksy United New research finds you can’t outrun the effect of a poor diet by simply exercising more. Regular physical activity and good dietary habits … Read more

WHAT’S HAPPENING: July 11-July 15 | News

Monday, July 11 Early morning exercise to DVDs at 8-9 am at Cookson United Methodist fellowship hall. Guests are welcome. TSET meeting will take place from 10 am to 2 pm, CCHSC Offices, 135 N. Muskogee Ave. Card playing is at TACO in Cookson from 10 am to 4 pm Lunches are available 11 am … Read more

Diabetes: The Exercise Prescription | Health

Every time Natalie Wayne climbs a mountain or goes speed skating, sugar pills are part of her equipment. Wright, who lives in Wakefield, Rhode Island, is a certified diabetes educator, an exercise physiologist, and a self-proclaimed “exercise nut” who happens to have type 1 diabetes. In addition to climbing and skating, she likes to work … Read more

An Overview of Diabetes

What is diabetes? What are the types of diabetes? Diabetes is a number of diseases that involve problems with the hormone insulin. Normally, the pancreas (an organ behind the stomach) releases insulin to help your body store and use the sugar and fat from the food you eat. Diabetes when one of the following occurs … Read more

Exercise, Good Sleep Help Maintain Weight Loss in Obesity

Exercise improves sleep, and together, the two help maintain weight loss in people with obesity, shows a new analysis. “Our results show that there are a lot of variables that impact the regain of lost weight,” said Signe Torekov, PhD, from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, who presented the findings at the European Congress on … Read more

Sperm Counts Rebound When Obese Men Shed Pounds | Health

THURSDAY, May 26, 2022 (HealthDay News) — When men shed extra pounds and keep them off, the health benefits may extend all the way to their sperm count, a new study finds. The study, of nearly 50 men with obesity, found that those who lost weight by following a low-calorie diet improved their sperm count … Read more