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  • The Connection between Depression and Eating Disorders  By : naix
    There are certain studies that point out that depression always goes hand-in-hand with an eating disorder. Both of them rob a person of their happiness and self-worth. Research have shown that people with eating disorders and a history of depression may be at increased risk for suicide. This suggests the need to put more emphasis on regulating emotion and mood in treating these patients.
  • The End Is The Beginning: Obesity After Menstruation  By : mjb
    People are becoming increasingly overweight and a majority of this population are postmenopausal women. The physiological withdrawal of estrogen brings about changes in fat distribution that increase the risk for the metabolic syndrome, that may cause complications like: diabetes and cardiovascular disease. The treatment of postmenopausal obesity is very simple logically, but incredibly difficult - eat less and exercise more.
  • The Healthier Side of Life  By : naix
    The article talks about the basics of anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. It provides information on how doctors and therapists act on the said eating disorder, from the US to Spain. By the use of CBT in the treatment for bulimia, this can help eliminate the cause rather than the symptom of the disorder itself.
  • Importance of Losing Weight: More than Just Looking Fat  By : alexis
    This article focuses on the concept of being overweight and obese. It talks about the main causes and probable risks to one's health that is brought about by obesity. Anti obesity drugs can be of help but these drugs should be closely regulated. This article provides simple solutions in order to help one lose weight gradually, in a safe manner.
  • Weighing the Cost of Obesity  By : alexis
    The number of obese and overweight people is increasing dramatically all over the world. USA was the first country to notice its people were getting fatter and fatter. Nutritionists and health experts say the main reason is diet and physical inactivity.
  • Obesity: Determining The Cause And Developing The Remedy  By : cathy
    The article talks about the problem of obesity and weight gain. It states that because of the problem regarding weight, many individuals are trying to determine the right body fat for their age, weight, height, etc. The Body Mass Index (BMI) is a method that is used by many too determine one's body fat. However, there are many methods that are more accurate in determining body fat than BMI.
  • Weight loss: Pills vs. Diet Programs  By :
    The article talks about the necessities of weight loss as a means to attain optimum health. The article also delves into the different weight loss pills that are being marketed today. Weight loss programs are also tackled as a form of safe and proven weight control method.
  • To Be Young, Hip And Super Thin  By : cathy
    One of the main problems which plague young people today besides depression is eating disorder. Thin is “in” and that is what media is mostly promoting. To be popular and beautiful is to have waif-like bodies of those supermodels in the catwalk. One of those eating disorders is bulimia and is a well guarded illness that comes out from young women with poor self image.
  • Weight Loss and Breast Cancer  By : Adrien Brody
    We hear it all the time... lose weight for your health. Few people however, realize the extent to which a healthy body weight is critical to their physical and mental well-being and ultimately, their life expectancy. Just how does obesity lead to disease and death?
  • Death On The Catwalk  By : cathy
    The article is about anorexia and bulimia, psychological disorders that have plagued the movie and fashion industry. Definition, common signs and symptoms, and treatment options for anorexia and bulimia are discussed in the article. The cases of Karen Carpenter and Princess Diana are also cited in the article to highlight the difficulties and dangers associated with these disorders.
  • The Dangers of Overeating and Poor Self-Image  By :
    This article talks about how young women react to the concept of beauty and the various ways they act to attain that value or status of being beautiful. Some have already developed serious psychological disorders such as bulimia due to the social pressure to be“beautiful.” This article also explains bulimia, how women suffer from it, and how counseling can help women overcome this disorder.
  • Starvation Dieting Is Not The Answer To Weight Loss  By : Alexander Holt
    Many people think that starvation is a good way to achieve weight loss. I can assure you it's not. In fact, hunger should not be a part of dieting. Reduction diets such as low-fat, low-carb and low calorie diets are generally not a good idea. In this article I will try to explain why.
  • Insoluble Fiber And Weight-Loss  By : cathy
    Many fruits and vegetables are known for numerous health benefits. Diets composed of five to nine serving of fruits and vegetables may help reduce the risk of chronic ailments, other physical ailments, and promote weight loss. Controlling one's weight is easier with a food regimen composed fruits and vegetables.
  • Getting Around The Weight Loss Plateau  By :
    Among diet experts, there is a rarely mentioned adaptation of the body that prevents a diet program from achieving the maximum results. This adaptation, the weight loss plateau, can be tackled in a variety of ways, most of which involve changes to the training or diet regimen of a person. While circumventing the metabolic rate can be a difficult process, it can be done.
  • On Weight and Beauty  By : aseya
    The article deals with the importance of beauty, especially among women. Several types of beauty modifications or surgical procedures are seen as solutions to beauty problems. Another alternative is the use of weight loss pills. The article also describes the functions and potential risks involved in the use of weight loss pills.
  • Your Health And Insurance  By : Rob R.
    Americans keep getting bigger and bigger. The Trust For Americans Health fourth annual obesity report, reveals in the past year, obesity rates have gone up in 31 states and no states had shrinking rates. Also 2/3 of U.S. adults are overweight or obese, 60% of the population in 32 states is overweight or obese.
  • Long live the Mediterranean Diet!  By : mjb
    The Mediterranean contributed a lot on human civilization. They are also instrumental on one of the most popular diets in the modern world, the Mediterranean Diet. People who tried the classic Mediterranean diet rich in vegetables, fruits, olive oil, cereals and fish are said to live longer and are healthier.
  • Extreme Weight Loss Plans  By : gurly
    The article is about the various weight loss procedures available in the market that do not involve exercise, dieting, and the use of weight loss pills. These methods are described in terms of the procedures and steps taken to complete them. Losing weight can be done faster and easier through these methods.
  • The Possible Science Behind “Comfort Food”  By :
    There appears to be more to the concept of “comfort food” than people first thought. The idea appears to have links to mental health, evolutionary science, and even biochemistry. Still, no matter what the science behind it, comfort food will always be comfort food.
  • Get Into Fitness  By : Lliorlance
    Getting fit is the key to wellbeing. fitness is not just being slender but its being more healthier and gives you enough confidence to face a hectic day ahead.
  • Death In The Name Of Beauty  By : Zuske Sagara
    This article discusses the recent increasing incidences of anorexia among women and its affects. It also includes campaigns that are set to promote awareness about this illness and people who are against it.
  • Maintaining your Ideal Weight - Things to Remember  By : Allison Thompson
    As you will discover on sites such as Ezine Articles there has been plenty written with regard to how you can lose weight. But there are very few articles written about how to maintain your ideal weight once you have loss any excess weight. Certainly there are very few articles written with regard to maintaining your ideal weight as you get older.
  • Ways To Burn and Reduce Your Calories  By : Alex Ellorde
    The articles deals with the issue of weight loss, exercise, and prescription weight loss pill --- all of which are necessary to regain one's health while improving the body figure. The article also cites some tips on how to have a successful weight loss program.
  • The Basics Behind Weight Loss  By : Michael Anthony McGrath
    It would stand to reason that if diets worked then the 80% percent, of overweight Americans, who are on a diet at any given time, wouldn't need to go on a new one next year. However they usually do! Don't become a serial dieter. Learn the basics and keep the weight off permanently!
  • The Double “O” Of Poor Health  By : cathy
    The article is about the issues of being overweight and obesity, which are considered as the two “O's” of poor health. Millions of people are prone to heart disease, kidney problems, and other health problems due to being overweight. Regular exercise, a low-fat diet, and if necessary, the use of weight loss pills are presented as the effective means of weight reduction and health management.
  • Myths of Obesity  By : Juliet Cohen
    Obesity means having too much body fat. Obesity can run in families, but just how much is due to genes is hard to determine.
  • Obesity Among Children and How to Prevent It  By : Juliet Cohen
    Obesity is both an individual clinical condition and is increasingly viewed as a serious public health problem. Obesity means having too much body fat. It is different from being overweight, which means weighing too much.
  • On to the Battle.... Against Obesity  By : kristines
    This article features how people try to “combat” obesity with weight loss pills and the lethal possibilities of using the drug.
  • Diet Pills: Weight Loss or Cash Lost?  By : Alex Ellorde
    This article deals with the issue of OTC diet pills and potential harmful effects of unregulated use of slimming medications.
  • Is Thin Sexy?  By : aseya
    The use of weight loss pills is becoming prevalent due to the rising fad of being thin. Many women today have excessively attributed a “high fashion value” on being skinny.

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