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Jul 11
2011

What's Making You FAT?? - Your HOME!!

Posted by prodigy_mich in why am i gaining weight , What makes you fat , 

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Ever wondered what it is that’s making you fat even though you aren’t really consuming too many calories?? Well dear, its your house!! Uh huh! That’s right…it most certainly is your house. Unbelievable?? Am I talking crap?? I afraid not! Read on to find out…

 

Jun 22
2011

Pregnancy signs and symptoms

Posted by snide707 in weight gain , urination , symptoms , progesterone , pregnancy signs and symptoms , 

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Pregnancy signs and symptoms



Jun 16
2011

Symptoms of depression

Posted by snide707 in weight loss , weight gain , Weight , Symptoms of depression , suicide , 

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Symptoms of depression

Jun 15
2011

Sex Life After Menopause

Posted by prodigy_mich in weight gain , vaginal dryness , testosterone , Sex Drive , progesterone , mood

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Menopause is a term given to the period of cessation of women’s monthly periods. The duration of menopause can last for one to two year at a stretch. The age of natural menopause ranges from 40 to 61 years, though the average age is considered to be 44 years.

Nov 02
2010

Stress does not cause major weight gain

Posted by BeAcHbAbE03 in weight gain , Stress

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Stress does not cause major weight gainContrary to popular belief, stress is not actually responsible for weight gain in most people. It was widely believed that stress leads to eating more junk food and avoiding exercise, however, a new study has found otherwise. Jane Wardle from University College London led the study in which her team reviewed previously published studies on stress and weight gain. Surprisingly, they found that only a modest association existed between the two.

The study looked at 32 international studies that were conducted in the 1990s and 2000s. The participants’ stress levels were assessed and they were followed anywhere from 1 to 7 years. Some studies, however, were more long term and continued for up to 38 years! The stress varied from work related to general life as a result of major events such as illness or a divorce. Surprisingly, the majority, or 69 percent of the studies found no link between stress and weight gain; only 25% of studies showed an association between weight gain and stress. As for the other 6%, those people actually lost weight as a result of stress. Also interesting to note, is that weight gain was more prevalent in men than women.

Jun 04
2010

Effects of Sugar on Your Body

Posted by loves2laugh in weight gain , tooth decay , Sugar , health , Diet , diabetes

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How many people have a sweet tooth? I sure am one of them. Americans consume about 155 pounds of sugar each year. Well you can begin by thanking manufacturers who are quietly increasing the amount of sugar to our everyday foods.

One bowl of sweetened cereal for breakfast, one cup of fruit yogurt for a snack, and one scoop of sherbet for dessert. You've just consumed more than 20 teaspoons of sugar without opening the sugar jar.