Calories

23 Fall Superfoods For Weight Loss

“Superfoods” is a term used to describe foods that are high in nutrients and, most of the time, low in calories. Such foods provide many healthy nutrients – such as vitamins and minerals — but...
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Courteney Cox’s Keto Chips And Guac Are A Low Carb Dream

Snackers love chips and guacamole, but these carb-heavy snacks are filled with unhealthy fats and empty calories. Whether you want to switch up your snacking game or just want something healthier, Courteney Cox is here to help.  Cox continues to...

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Intermittent Fasting Can Help Manage Metabolic Disease

Eating your daily calories within a consistent window of 8-10 hours is a powerful strategy to prevent and manage chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, according to a new manuscript published in the Endocrine Society's journal,...
Related topics: Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes

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Changes To Workplace Cafeteria Menus Nudge Workers To Consume Fewer Calories

Researchers at the University of Cambridge, who led the study, say that even simple interventions such as these could contribute towards tackling levels of obesity. Unhealthy eating, including eating more calories than are needed, plays a major role...
Related topics: Medical Research, Obesity

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Study Claims Obesity Caused By Picking Wrong Foods, Not Eating Too Much

Despite years of calories-in, calories-out dieting advice, obesity levels are increasing in many countries, raising public health concerns. A newly published perspective piece notes that the root cause of obesity — and perhaps key to...
Related topics: Medical Research, Obesity

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4 Best Exercises For Slimming Down & Building Muscle

Not many people know this, but the most efficient way to work toward weight loss is to start building muscle mass. The explanation for this is quite simple: since muscles are the ones burning all the calories -- both when you're working out and when...

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Study Finds Exercise Decreases Calorie Burn Afterward In Obese Adults

In what is a surprising and frustrating twist, researchers with the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology and the University of Roehampton have found that activity doesn’t have the same effect on weight...
Related topics: Medical Research, Obesity

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Apple Watch: How To See Calories Burned – Active, Passive, And Total

Apple Watch is a great device for tracking health and fitness goals, and one important aspect of that is how much energy you’re burning. Follow along for how to see your calories burned on Apple Watch for active and passive metrics plus your...

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Tailoring Wearable Technology And Telehealth In Treating Parkinson's Disease

Wearable health technologies are vastly popular with people wanting to improve their physical and mental health. Everything from exercise, sleep patterns, calories consumed and heart rhythms can be tracked by a wearable device. But timely and...
Related topics: Parkinson's, Cardiovascular Disease

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Babies Are Calorie-burning Machines

Most of us remember a time when we could eat anything we wanted and not gain weight. But a new study suggests your metabolism — the rate at which you burn calories — actually peaks much earlier in life, and starts its inevitable decline later...
Related topics: Medical Research

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Dolphins Get 40s Flab, Too

If you feel like your metabolism just isn’t what it used to be, no matter how many hours you spend in the gym, dolphins can relate. A Duke University-led study finds that bottlenose dolphins burn calories at a lower rate as they get older, just...
Related topics: Medical Research

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Metabolism Changes With Age, Just Not When You Might Think

Most of us remember a time when we could eat anything we wanted and not gain weight. But a new study suggests your metabolism, the rate at which you burn calories, actually peaks much earlier and starts its inevitable decline later than you might...
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Ultraprocessed Foods Comprise Most Of The Calories For Youths

In young people aged 2 to 19 years, the estimated total energy from consumption of ultraprocessed foods recently increased to 67%, according to a study. Medscape Medical News
Related topics: Medical Research

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Fda Says Infant Formula Recalled Over Low Iron Risk And Label Issues

The FDA has highlighted a new recall involving infant formula products that don’t contain the required amount of iron per 100 calories, potentially putting some babies at risk of development problems. As well, the recall notice notes that...
Related topics: Food And Drug Administration

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Clinical Trial Shows Injectable Weight Loss Drug Directly Reduces Abdominal Fat

A clinical trial found liraglutide, an injectable weight loss medication, reduced intra-abdominal and liver fat in participants more than placebo in addition to a low-calorie diet and increased physical activity.
Related topics: Clinical Trials, Placebo, Diet

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Cutting 250 Calories Daily And Exercising May Improve Heart Health In Obese Older Adults

Among older adults with obesity, combining aerobic exercise with moderate reductions in total daily calories led to greater improvements in vascular health compared to exercise alone. Reducing calorie intake by approximately 250 calories per day may...
Related topics: Obesity

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Most Popular Beers With The Most And Fewest Calories

Americans love beer — and with nearly 9,000 breweries across the U.S., beer lovers have it easy. But cracking open a cold one can be problematic when watching your waistline. The typical 12...

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Modest Calorie Cut Plus Exercise May Improve Vascular Health

When it comes to dieting in older patients who are also exercising, more intense calorie restriction is not necessarily better for heart health, new research suggests. Medscape Medical News
Related topics: Medical Research

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Exercise Without Cutting Calories? Good Luck With Vascular Aging

(MedPage Today) -- Caloric restriction and regular exercise worked in tandem to improve proximal aortic stiffness in older obese people, a small study showed. These individuals showed some reversal in vascular aging -- namely a 21% increase...
Related topics: Obesity, Medical Research

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How Long You Need To Exercise To Burn Off The Calories From Your Favorite Foods

Calories can be a scary term. How many should a person consume a day to lose weight or to maintain a healthy weight? The answer is not a pleasing one: It depends. It gets even more complicated...

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