(NaturalNews) Women who rely on exercise to lose weight are destined to fail, so says a study that appears in the Journal of American Medical Association. Researchers found that exercise alone was useful in maintaining the weight for women, but it had no effect on heavier women.
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Source: NaturalNews It is no secret that our society struggles with weight loss resistance. Researchers at John Hopkins University estimate that by the year 2015 over 75% of Americans will be overweight with a staggering 41% being obese. Many people claim the country’s propensity to overeat and indulge on junk food on a lack of will power; however, science is now showing it may be …

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Over half (58%) of Australians would prefer to gain ten kilograms than lose their laptop, according to new research from Sony Australia. The survey, commissioned by Sony Australia, reveals how integral computers have become to everyday life. According to the research, four in five Australian respondents believe photos, videos and other files stored on their computer are more important than love letters or cards. Additionally, …

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Scientists at Newcastle University in the United Kingdom have discovered a substance that reduces fat uptake in the body by more than 75 percent. This potential obesity fighter isn’t a drug but a natural substance found in seaweed. The research team, headed by Dr. Iain Brownlee and Professor Jeff Pearson, tested more than 60 different fibers in the laboratory to see how effective they were …

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The USDA estimates that since 1970, average daily calorie intake in the U.S. has increased by nearly 25 percent. And we aren’t the only ones with more food on our plates. Cornell University researchers examined 52 of the most well known paintings of The Last Supper. More than 1,000 years separated the earliest painting from the most recent. As they report in the April issue …

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Have you ever been told to eat your food slowly? Parents often encourage their children to eat at a moderate rate and chew their food completely. It turns out that this is good advice. Recent research, conducted by three independent groups, suggests that eating slowly actually reduces caloric intake and may help curb the growing problem of obesity. Fast Eaters Eat More In 2008, Andrade …

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