Weight Management

8 Great Acupressure Points to Support Weight Loss

Losing weight is difficult. While diet and exercise are the most important things to work on when trying to lose weight, acupressure can certainly support your weight loss efforts.

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6 Critical Benefits of Exercise

While weight loss is a visual benefit of engaging in a consistent fitness routine, exercise has so many more health benefits that you may not see – but you can feel.

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Did You Know Obesity Can Slowly Destroy Your Brain?

Obesity has been linked to increased risk for heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and cancer. If that is not enough to scare you – consider this – obesity is damaging your brain bit by bit.

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Your Top 3 Diet Picks for 2017

Does your New Year’s resolution include losing weight? You might be interested to learn more about the DASH Diet and two other popular diets for 2017.

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4 Tips to Stop Holiday Weight Gain

Do you usually gain weight from the time Thanksgiving starts and New Year’s Day arrives? You’re not alone.

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New: Stomach Pump for Weight Loss

Do you think AspireAssist is a healthy way to lose weight?

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Liver Cancer Reduction and 5 More Benefits of Medical Marijuana

The push in recent years to legalize marijuana for medical use, and even for recreational use in a few places, has led to considerable research into the uses of medical marijuana for treatment of a variety of conditions and diseases.

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4 Ways to Avoid Weight Gain at Work

We have all heard about the “freshman fifteen,” the common weight gain by college freshmen who become lax in their eating habits during their first foray into adulthood. What about adults who gain weight because of their jobs?

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5 Reasons to Eat With Your Hands

Find out how eating with your hands can benefit your digestive tract and even help you maintain a healthy weight.

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Tip to Reduce Visceral Fat – Stop Drinking Soda!

One of the best ways to reduce or stop gaining fat wrapped around your internal organs is to not drink soda. A new study shows that people who drink soda are 27% more likely to gain visceral fat compared to people who rarely or never consume this fizzy drink.

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