Latest low-fat diet Stories
What does and doesn't constitute a good diet seems to change almost every day. One item that we have consistently been warned about, however, is saturated fat. Links have been found to obesity and diabetes, just to name a few. But how much is too much, and where do we draw the line?
Low-fat or low-carb – which type of diet is better when it comes to battling obesity and maintaining heart health? Researchers from the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine are weighing in on the longstanding debate.
A multicenter study that previously reported a reduction in heart attack and stroke with a Mediterranean diet supplemented with extra-virgin olive oil or with nuts now also reports a lower risk of peripheral artery disease
ColumbiaDoctors of the Hudson Valley recommend Mediterranean-style diet for heart health. (PRWEB) January 21, 2014 What’s your New Year’s resolution?
A team of Spanish researchers have discovered that a diet rich in fresh produce, chicken, fish and olive oil can reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, even if weight loss is taken out of the equation.
A new study reveals that it is better to skip breakfast and eat a single large meal at lunch if you are diabetic rather than to eat several smaller meals throughout the day.
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Diet Doc now offers weight loss pills which, in combination with their prescription hormone treatments and a customized low fat diet, provide their clients with fast and effective fat elimination.
Diet Doc’s exclusive healthy weight loss treatments are made up of natural hormones that target stored body fat and now encourage patients to stick with their low fat diet to achieve an ideal
Diet Doc offers new nutritionist-designed, tailor made, tastefully appealing diet plans to be used with their medically supervised prescription hormone, now found in studies to lower blood pressure
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