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New Study: Protein in the Morning Helps Dieters Stay on Track and Keep Weight Off

TORRANCE, Calif., Jan. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Results of a study, presented at The Endocrine Society's 90th Annual Meeting in San Francisco, found that a breakfast high in carbohydrates and protein followed by a low-carb, low-calorie diet the rest of the day, is effective in keeping dieters on track w...

Ocean Spray(R) Announces Sugar-Free Drink Mixes - A Sweet Way for Dieters to 'Stick' to Their Resolutions

New Single-Serve Sticks and Multi-Serve Canisters Make it Easy to Mix with Water On-the-Go or at Home LAKEVILLE-MIDDLEBORO, Mass., Dec. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- As 2009 quickly approaches, Americans will begin making New Year's resolutions, but many will fall off the wagon. According to this year'...

Medifast Challenging Dieters to 'Express Your Success' in Video Contest

Grand Prize Winner Receives Trip for Two on Medifast Cruise 2009 OWINGS MILLS, Md., Sept. 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Medifast, Inc. (NYSE: MED ), a leading portion-controlled weight-loss program, today announced they are challenging dieters and current clients to drop the extra weight o...

New Natural Energy Bar Hits the Road with Dieters & Athletes Alike

TAMPA, Fla., Feb. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- What began as a healthy family recipe for a cookie has turned into a healthy energy bar for people of all ages. Triathlete Erin DeMarines, founder of 10-year-old e-Fit Foods(TM), launched the new 3Bar(TM) brand in early 2006. 3Bar might have gotten its start...

100,000 New Year Dieters Overload New Weight Loss Website

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- This new year, a staggering 100,000 people have logged on to a new weight loss website that promises to "make weight loss make sense." Part of the website's attraction is not what people are losing, it's what they are gaining. This diet program once sold ...

Funky Monkey(TM) Snacks Offer All-Natural, Go-Anywhere Alternative For New Year's Dieters

FISHERS, Ind., Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- As nearly every nutritionist and diet expert agrees, the key to losing weight is to consume fewer calories and increase one's daily intake of fruits and vegetables. All well and good. But how to fit more fruit and vegetables into a busy lifestyle? ...

Low-Carb Dieters Eat More Vegetables

Are people on a low-carb diet replacing starches and sugars with unhealthy high-fat foods? A new survey suggests they may do something radically different. // A recent study of an internet-based support group suggests that the major change in eating patterns for dieters on low-carbohydrate di...

Consuming Vinegar Before A Meal Found To Help Dieters Eat Less

Results of the study show that increasing intake of the common flavouring at mealtimes or consuming it in a drink may help dieters eat less and reduce cravings brought on by sugar peaks// after meals. A significant dose-response relationship between the amount of vinegar consumed by 12 healthy subj...

NYC Trains Delayed Due to Fainting Dieters

According to a recent analysis by Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Sick subway passengers who faint from dizziness due to excessive dieting are among the top// causes, after the track works and signal problems, for the delay in US subway. Asim Nelson, a transit emergency medical technici...

New Website www.loseadresssize.com Launches

... that weight." Attainable visual goals are known to be a major factor and motivator for those desiring to lose weight. By showing what is possible, dieters are motivated to seek out a weight loss plan. Dr. Ahn Ngo, medical director for Final Inches Medical Body Shaping Centers, located in Orange C...
Dieters in Biological News

Too much fructose could leave dieters sugar shocked

GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- Heres one tip for how to eat at the holidays: Dont take your cues from Santa. The sugary cookies and fat-laden fruitcakes the mythical North Pole resident eats are a no-no. But you dont have to go no-carb to stay fit at the holidays, either, University of Florida researchers ...

New research shows high-quality protein in eggs contributes to power, strength and energy

...s provides additional benefits, including: Satiety & Weight Management: A 2008 study showed that eating two eggs for breakfast helped overweight dieters lose 65 percent more weight and feel more energetic than those who ate a bagel breakfast of equal calories and volume.(6) Another recent study found t...

Low-carb diets can affect dieters' cognition skills

...ogy department at Tufts University shows that when dieters eliminate carbohydrates from their meals, they per...nce as a function of diet," says Taylor. The 19 dieters completed five testing sessions that assessed cogn...diet, which corresponded to the week when low-carb dieters eliminated carbohydrates. The final two sessions o...

Feed a cold, feed a fever: Research shows calorie cut makes it harder to fight flu

... EAST LANSING, Mich. -- dieters or those who consume fewer calories during flu season could have a harder time fighting off the flu virus, according to research by Michigan State Uni...

Making metabolism more inefficient can reduce obesity

... potential, is connected with obesity risk; that is, people with more thermogenic potential are less likely to become obese. In fact, bodybuilders and dieters looking to burn fat commonly use thermogenic supplements like ephedra. In theory, lowering thermogenesis should increase the chances of obesity, b...

New study indicates link between weight gains during pregnancy and dieting history

...were more overweight or obese tended to be classified as restrained eaters, dieters or weight cyclers. The Institute of Medicine suggests that women should...al weight gain varied by pre-pregnancy weight status. Restrained eaters and dieters in the normal, overweight and obese categories tended to gain in excess of ...

Older people who diet without exercising lose valuable muscle mass

...et only exercise plus diet Those who exercised could either walk on a treadmill or ride a stationary bicycle, although most chose to walk. The dieters reduced their caloric intake to achieve a 10% weight loss by the end of the four-month study period. The final group combined both the daily exercise ...

M&Ms as diet food? 100-calorie pack misconceptions

...re of mini-packs and mini-foods, especially if you're a dieter. Chronic dieters tend to consume more calories when foods and packages are smaller, accordin...m mini-packs than "unrestrained" participants. The authors conclude that dieters should keep an eye on small packages: "While restrained eaters may be attra...

Community-intervention study links successful town makeover focused on boosting calcium and exercise

...ehensive report on the weight management practices of Americans conducted by The NPD Group in collaboration with the Milk Processor Education Program, dieters who made drinking lowfat or fat free milk a daily habit were more likely to be at a healthy weight and have better quality diets, richer in essential ...

New study shows low-fat diets more likely to reduce risk of heart disease than low-carb diets

...is the low-fat diet suggested by the American Heart Association, points out Dr. Phillips. The higher fat content of a low-carbohydrate diet may put dieters at an increased risk of atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) because low-carbohydrate diets often reduce protection of the endothelium, the thi...
Dieters in Biological Technology

A simple and rapid LC-MS/MS method for the simultaneous determination of nine antiretroviral drugs commonly used in Europe (protease Inhibitors and non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors)

...n SJ. Improved Method for Concurrent Quantification of Antiretrovirals by LC-MSMS. Therapeutic Drug Monitoring 2003; 25:541-543. 3. Koal T, dieters M, Casetta B, Kaever V. Simultaneous determination of 4 immunosuppressants by means of high speed and robust on-line SPEHPLC- MSMS. Journal of Chromat...
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