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2012-03-05 02:25:00

Diet Doc announces new diet foods, weight loss shakes and a 30-day diet recipe menu incorporating specific diet foods as part of their medical, HCG diet weight loss program. New York, NY (PRWEB) March 04, 2012 Diet Doc HCG Diet & Weight Loss announces new diet foods and weight loss shakes created by the Diet Doc Chefs as part of their medical weight loss program. Diet Doc's entrees were created with a goal of allowing the entire family to enjoy the diet foods served. This challenge took...

2009-08-17 06:47:10

Yet another reason to eat well -- a healthy diet helps prevent kidney stones. Loading up on fruits, vegetables, nuts, low-fat dairy products, and whole grains, while limiting salt, red and processed meats, and sweetened beverages is an effective way to ward off kidney stones, according to a new study. Because kidney stones are linked to higher rates of hypertension, diabetes, increased body weight, and other risk factors for heart disease, the findings have considerable health implications....

2008-12-09 12:42:12

Spanish researchers announced this week that eating a handful of nuts a day for a year, and also eating a Mediterranean diet heavy in fruit, vegetables and fish, may help people reverse risk factors for heart disease. The researchers discovered that adding nuts to a typical Mediterranean diet was more effective that increasing olive oil consumption. Together, the regimens reduce heart risks like metabolic syndrome in people more than a low-fat diet. "What's most surprising is they found...

2007-01-02 15:00:11

By Julia Horton BY now you have probably gorged yourself on a mountain of chocolates and mince pies, guzzled too much mulled wine and champagne, and are now far more stuffed than the turkey ever was. But while it is also traditional to launch straight into a post festive season detox, that too can be very bad for your health. Instead of trying to run a marathon every day in January on a diet of thin air, you would do better to start by taking a long hot bath. Which, as long as you...

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