Get excited about reading again with fun and interesting tips from our experts, including The M.D., our dietitians, and our fitness expert. In our health library, you will find all of the information you need to achieve your goals of making a healthy lifestyle change. So, start reading and start losing!
Here we have a collection of articles to help with your health.
Overweight people who develop Metabolic Syndrome are at much greater risk for dangerous physical problems, including diabetes and heart disease.
I'm Dr. Caroline Cederquist, giving you The Skinny on Your Health.
I've had a lot of success reversing the metabolic syndrome through dietary means, without having to resort to medications. And I'm not the only one. Researchers in Italy did a study on people with Metabolic Syndrome to see how their condition might be affected by the Mediterranean diet.
They divided the subjects into two groups and put them both on diets with roughly the same amounts of total fat, protein, carbohydrate and alcohol. But patients on the intervention group drew their nutrient components from the traditional Mediterranean diet of fresh fruit, beans, nuts, olive oil, vegetables and fish.
The Mediterranean diet--even though it wasn't lower fat or lower calorie--actually produced greater weight loss and better reductions in blood pressure and cholesterol.
That kind of low-effort health improvement makes you think seriously about going Mediterranean.
Simply answer a few questions so we can figure out your weight loss goals and provide solutions for a lighter, healthier you. Our weight loss meal plans are designed to help real people achieve real and lasting success.
Get free support to help you lose weight and be healthy with our Weekly Dish on Health.
Yes, send me free support to help me lose weight and
be healthy with the Weekly Dish on Health Newsletter.