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Chemical Injections for Fat Removal

...sed gain more weight than they should based on the calories they consume. This pathway involves two players ...se mice put on more weight than expected given the calories they were consuming. They gained twice as much fat as would be expected, and it was all in their b...

Dark Chocolate Possible Medicine for Blood Pressure

...for quite some years, found eating no more than 30 calories a day of dark chocolate was associated with a lowering of blood pressure in healthy subjects who had high blood pressure but in normal ranges. But overindulging in dark chocolate might have a drastic effect on your calorie calculations, and packin...

Scientists Discover Key to Manipulating Fat

...sed gain more weight than they should based on the calories they consume. This pathway involves two players -- a neurotransmitter (NPY) and the receptor (Y2R) it activates in the fat tissue: endothelial cells lining blood vessels and fat cells themselves. In order to add fat selectively to the mice they tes...

Cane Sugar,corn Syrup Have Similar Effects on Hunger

...te and food intake are influenced by the number of calories consumed earlier, the types of sugars consumed in those calories seem to make little or no difference. Some companies have made a sincere effort to put sucrose ba...

Scientists Identified Obesity Control Switch

... but not in white fat -the type that stores excess calories and causes waistlines to bulge. In some of the mouse experiments, the Dana-Farber investigators inserted PRDM16 genes into precursors of white fat, and implanted the white fat precursors under the skin of the animals. The PRDM16 gene coaxed those c...

Scientists Identify "master Switch" for Brown Fat in Mice

...in brown but not in white fat, which stores excess calories and causes waistlines to bulge. In some mouse experiments, the researcher inserted PRDM16 genes into precursors of white fat, and implanted the white fat precursors under the skin of the animals. The PRDM16 gene coaxed those cells to generate brow...

Flavonoids In Orange Juice Make It A Healthy Drink, Despite The Sugar

...the study. "Our previous work has shown that 300 calories of glucose induces ROSand other proinflammatory re...and inflammation than caused by the same amount of calories from glucose." The resulting study involved 32 healthy participants between the agesof 20 and 40, ...

Food Cravings are Linked to Weight Managenemt

...nd some salty snacks, are those that pack the most calories per unit of volume, explains Cheryl Gilhooly, PhD,...foods like fruits and vegetables, which have fewer calories per unit of volume. These findings suggest, says Roberts, that cravings are for calories, not carb...

A Centre for Glycemic Index Testing Opened in Chennai

...ical Indian diet, carbohydrates formed the bulk of calories and the fiber came from unrefined carbohydrates from whole cereals. But the milling technology, along with the need for longer shelf-life, led to the popularizing of highly refined carbohydrates such as polished cereals and finely ground flour that e...

Artificial Trans Fat Banned in Chain Restaurant in King County

...t 2008, those restaurants will be required to list calories on menu boards, and calories, carbohydrates, satur... restaurants, which are supplying more of Americas calories than ever before, said CSPI nutrition policy director Margo G. Wootan. The King County Board of Heal...

Weight Management Achieved by Controlling and Not Suppressing Food Cravings

...nd some salty snacks, are those that pack the most calories per unit of volume, as compared to less energy-den...foods like fruits and vegetables, which have fewer calories per unit of volume, explains Cheryl Gilhooly, PhD, MPH, research dietitian and first author of the s...

Japanese are Weighed Down by Deviating from Their Traditional Diet

...ime for cooking," Kaneda lamented. Adding up the calories are Japanese versions of western food such as Tonkatsu, a breaded, deep-fried pork cutlet 1-centimetre thick and sliced to bite sized pieces, served on rice. The increase in the number of Japanese at risk of developing metabolic disorders associate...

Using Portion-control Dishes can Help Obese Diabetics Lose Weight

...ortant determinant of energy intake; the number of calories ingested by subjects at a meal has been directly correlated with the serving size offered," the authors write. "This is important, as a 5 percent weight loss has been shown to be clinically significant in terms of decreasing morbidity and mortalit...

Boffins Identify Gene That Helps Regulates Body Weight

...oup was fed a high-calorie diet with 60 percent of calories from fat. In a second test, each group was fed a standard diet in which 4 percent of calories came from fat. Researchers found that the body fat of mice that carried CD38 and were on a high-fa...

Weight Control for Obese Diabetics

...n be attributed directly to obesity. Restricting calories has been shown to improve blood sugar control in d...ortant determinant of energy intake; the number of calories ingested by subjects at a meal has been directly correlated with the serving size offered. Sue D. ...

New York Bans Trans Fats in Restaurants

...violators of the new rules on either trans fats or calories until October1....

Taking Low-calorie Soup Before Meal Will Help Cut Calories at Meals

...fore a meal can help cut back on how much food and calories you eat at the meal, a new Penn State study shows ...lorie, broth-based soups that are about 100 to 150 calories per serving. Be careful of higher-calorie, cream-based soups that could actually increase the total ...

100% Juice Does Not Cause Overweight- Study

... risk of being overweight. Weight is nothing but calories ingested and calories expended. The study did not elaborate whether the children who consumed 100 % juice turned out to be...

Cutting Calories, Not Exercise, Plays Bigger Role In Maintaining Weight Loss

...gham) EatRight Weight Management system is reduce calories and increase exercise. But new research from EatRi...ho have been successful at losing weight, reducing calories is an effective way to keep weight off, especially when it is difficult to find time to exercise. ...

Stand Up And Get Back To Work!

...s use the treadmill-cum-desk and measured how many calories they burned compared to sitting at a conventional ... minutes out of an hour, compared to the number of calories used as they worked seated at a normal desk. It was observed that participants burned an average o...

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