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1st healthier sodas, now healthier food

The world's leading soda makers — Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and the Dr Pepper Snapple Group — recently announced a drastic calorie cut in their drinks. But it seems that they are not the only ones bitten by the "go healthy" bug. In 2010, 16 major food and beverage...

source: By Archita Datta Majumdar
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The power of language is impactful. It's true, every single word we speak holds so much power. Often, even replacing just one word with another, can change its meaning and set off an entirely new chain of events, without even realizing it. It can be the difference between...

source: The Huffington Post

Workout enthusiasts have likely seen it offered in some form at their local gym — the trampoline workout. But the demand for this type of fitness is so high, one fitness instructor has opened an entire studio dedicated to the workout craze. Going to a class at JumpLife...

source: ABC News

One of the founders of Fitocracy Dick Talens writes: "As a fitness coach and the co-founder of Fitocracy, I've been exposed to the success stories and fitness challenges of countless people. When they fail to meet their fitness goals, people often tell me that they don't...

source: Lifehacker

Whether we're trying to lose weight or just avoid gaining it, many of us think steering clear of dietary fat is the first step. Rather than cut out all fat, however, we'd be better served if we focused on what types of fat we should be getting.

source: The Huffington Post

A hormone seen as a popular target to develop weight-loss drugs works by directly targeting the brain and triggering previously unknown activity in the nervous system, obesity researchers have found.

source: UT Southwestern Medical Center via ScienceDaily

Exposure to moderate amounts of sunshine may slow the development of obesity and diabetes, a study in mice suggests. The researchers showed that shining UV light at overfed mice slowed their weight gain. The mice displayed fewer of the warning signs linked to diabetes, such...

source: University of Edinburgh via ScienceDaily


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