Are You At Risk?
File this in the category ofÂ ‘Not Rocket Science’.Â Researchers have concluded that the back-to-basics idea of cutting calories is most important when it comes to losing weight.
A story in the LA Times reported that after a thorough review of many diets, the one thing that mattered most was reducing calories. We are a fast food nation and understanding how and where to cut calories consistently is what will result in successful weight management over time.
The numbers of new cases of diabetes rose 74 per cent between 1997 and 2003, new research reveals. The findings, published in the ‘Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health’, suggest that rates of diabetes are increasing at a faster rate in the UK than they are in North America, where prevalence of the condition is one of the highest in the world
BOULDER, CO., (February 6, 2009) â€“Nutrition Business Journal (NBJ) today announced the release of its 2009 Sports Nutrition & Weight Loss Report. The new 300-page research document provides a complete analysis of the $19.6-billion U.S. Sports Nutrition & Weight Loss Industry.