Gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, causes painful symptoms like heartburn and acid regurgitation. Although there are many theories on the causes of GERD, experts aren't sure exactly what causes it. There are two main categories of risks th... Read more
You've probably eaten a large, spicy meal at one time or another, only to end up with an upset stomach (or other digestive woes). The occasional bout of heartburn isn't something of great concern, but when it happens frequently, it's time... Read more
Alcohol and weight loss are enemies, but an occasional drink can have a place in a healthy lifestyle. In fact, many experts note the potential health benefits of consuming a single drink per day, including a reduced risk for high blood pressure If, h... Read more
Wouldn’t it be great if all the fat-burning secrets you see in magazine ads and TV infomercials actually worked? If sauna suits, cellulite-shrinking creams, herbal wraps, and pills designed to “boost metabolism and melt fat away” di... Read more
In this era of fast-paced everything, even the act of eating a meal has become something we can do on the run. Breakfast comes in bars, lunch can be eaten while speeding down the highway, and dinner is merely an accompaniment to the evening news, squ... Read more
I've lost 7 pounds (of the 30 I need to) but I've noticed that my lower abdomen is starting to look very "crepey." I've been doing crunches (along with 10,000 steps and 30-40 minutes on the elliptical) for the last month but it doesn't seem to hav... Read more
My calorie intake consistently shows well below the recommended numbers - however, my fat, protein and carbs show at the low to middle part of the recommendations. How can this be? Also, if I'm keeping the fat, protein and carbs in check - does the... Read more
I purchased a reasonable priced pro form exercise bike last week, I plan on starting tonight building up from 10-15 minutes at a time if I can even do that depending on the tension setting.
Does anyone here use this as their main exercise? And... Read more
A balloon starts out small - the more we fill it, the more it stretches. The more it stretches the more air it can hold.Same goes for our stomach.But here's the difference:Once enlarged - a balloon can't be shaped back into its original size or smal... Read more
For anyone who follows or wants to learn the SB way of eating. Lets be healthy together. SB is recommended by many doctors and dieticians; its good for blood sugar and reducing dietary fat.... Read more
Researchers at Harvard University have found that body fat just below the skin (called subcutaneous fat) on the buttocks, hips and thighs may help reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Although the study was done on mice, they are finding t... Read more
11 All-Natural, Instant Energy Boosters from Fit SugarHigh Fiber Foods: 7 Surprising Sources from Huffington Post4 Ways Alcohol Hurts Your Fitness Goals from Fit Bottomed GirlsHow to Change Fat Bias from Diet BlogCool Off With 4 DIY Desserts For Hot... Read more
Stomach Fat (in voice so oily that it could grease a badger): 'ullo.
Me: So, SF, seems like we've got a bit of a problem.
SF: I don't see no problem.
Me: ... hang on a tick, I'm Welsh, why on earth have you got a Brooklyn accent?
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So, I am on week 11 of p90x and have lost about 6 lbs and an inch off my hip, thigh, and arms but not my tummy. I now have cute little chicken legs and slimmer arms with a weird pouch on my lower stomach. Now I know that you can't isolate your weig... Read more
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