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Diabetes and Weight Control

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Diabetes and Weight Control Millions of people suffering from diabetes from all over the world successfully live their lives to the fullest because they can control diabetes. The secret lies with monitoring blood sugar levels and properly controlling their carbohydrate intake. The inability of the body’s cells in producing or utilizing insulin required to break down sugars and carbohydrates causes of both Type-1 and Type-2 diabetes. Such condition can lead to dangerously high levels of glucose that floats around in the bloodstream, a condition called glycemia. Since there is no cure for diabetes, people who suffer from the disease must always monitor glucose levels in their blood several times a day. A lot of commercially produced blood monitors are available and can be bought from your doctor or... Info

Knowing the Risk of Rapid Weight Loss

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Knowing the Risk of Rapid Weight Loss Anyone who wants to lose some weight should be aware of the danger of rapid weight loss. However, because many people desperately desire to lose weight, they tend to overlook the adverse effects of weight loss programs promising immediate and fast results. Take it slow The safe way of losing weight is to lose slowly. Rapid weight loss can lead to a number of undesirable effects, which includes eating disorders, heart disease, and even death. When a person loses weight in a hurry, the body struggles in keeping up with its new weight that may cause them to feel weak and lethargic. This can keep you from focused on your daily tasks and make them lazy. The skinny on fat: what you are losing The body needs fat in order to get the energy to function regularly,... Info

Understanding the Concept of Weight Control

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Understanding the Concept of  Weight Control There is no doubt in everyone’s mind that weight loss is one of the hottest topics since it concerns almost everyone in the whole world. It is always discussed in magazine, TV shows, radio, and blogs and so on. Studies have proven that obesity is continually rising fast anywhere in the world. Based on the study that got released in October 2007 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showing the number of Americans who has become obese. Obese can be defined as having a body weight of more than 30 percent of the ideal body weight. The numbers soared from about one in eight in 1991 to nearly one in five in 2004. In general, population of obese men and women in the United States grew from 12 percent in 1991 to 17.9 percent in 2004, according to the CDC survey. Gaining weight... Info