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Maintaining a Schedule of Regular Meals is Crucial While Dieting
Date:8/1/2013

Alameda, CA (PRWEB) August 01, 2013

Ameri-Cal Weight Clinic reminds their clientele to maintain a proper meal schedule even while on a dieting regimen.

According to a recent article published by NPR.org, a large 16-year study was recently published that found men who routinely skipped breakfast or ate a late night meal, had a 27 percent higher risk of coronary heart disease. The study was performed on 27,000 men, and although there were no women included, the researchers believe that the results should apply equally to women. Researchers aren’t certain what accounts for the health benefits, but they believe several biological mechanisms could be at play.

Skipping breakfast can leave the metabolism in "sleep mode." Also, those who skip breakfast tend to overeat later in the day. Additionally, researchers also remind weight-loss enthusiasts that the act of eating plays a critical role in resetting our internal clocks; which is key to helping the human body perform optimally. Read more http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2013/07/23/204567839/SKIPPING-BREAKFAST-IS-RISKY.

Ameri-Cal Weight Clinic emphasizes balanced eating while dieting. Their program utilizes meal plans that include a healthy breakfast. The program at Ameri-Cal begins with a calorie-deficit diet. Dr. Weiland’s philosophy: fewer calories in, combined with one hour of aerobic exercise five times a week and prescribed appetite suppressants translate to more calories out.

For more information about the program details, please visit the Ameri-Cal Weight Clinic website at http://www.americalweightclinic.com.

About the company:

Ameri-Cal Weight Clinic has been successfully helping people get thin and stay thin since 2000. Dr. Ronald T. Weiland started Ameri-Cal with one clinic 13 years ago, and has since expanded to seven medical weight loss centers in order to better serve the people of the Bay Area. Ameri-Cal Weight Clinic can provide weight loss help, whether it’s 10 pounds or 200 pounds, and change lives. Dr. Weiland is supportive of his patients and wants to see each one succeed, but he reminds them that there is no magic pill—it takes hard work. “There has to be a serious commitment on the patient’s part, but if they are sincere and follow the program they can reach their weight loss goal.”

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