What You Should Know About Your Appetite

Diet, Nutrition, Weight gain, Weight Loss
This article includes a lot of information about your appetite so I thought it best to start at the beginning... SATIETY It's an unusual word but it belongs in this discussion. And the concept is simple enough. It means feeling full. Feeling satiated. It means you're no longer hungry. This is important because you're not going to have ongoing success in controlling your appetite if you’re always feeling half-famished. Right? And one of the important ways to feel fuller longer is to include fiber in your diet. So let's talk about fiber. FIBER There are two types of dietary fiber. Soluble fiber and insoluble fiber. Fruit and vegetables contain both types, which makes them an ideal and important part of any healthy eating plan. — Soluble Fiber Soluble dietary fiber…
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Emotional Eating Social Media Image Gallery

Diet, Health, Image Gallery, Nutrition, Weight gain
This image gallery displays 10 Emotional Eating themed social media images that explain what Emotional Eating is and why you might be a victim of it. [foogallery id="11560"] Click Here for more Health, Fitness and Personal Development Image Galleries Visit these top health related websites for information on a wide variety of health and wellness topics. National Institute of Health MedicineNet WEBMD Make sure to check out our health, fitness and personal development related free learning guides and quality digital products.
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Do Paid Diet Programs Work?

Diet, Fitness, Nutrition, Weight gain
The health industry is overrun with paid diet and exercise programs. Many people resort to using paid dieting programs because they are simple and convenient. There are many other reasons that you may choose to join a paid program like Weight Watchers or Jenny Craig. When choosing a paid diet program, it is important to consider the pros and cons. While convenient, many paid diet programs cost more money than what it would cost had you purchased your own food. There are several other draw backs to joining a paid diet program. Let’s look at the best and worst things about joining a diet program. Convenience On the top of the list of the advantages for joining a paid diet program is the convenience. Especially convenient paid diet programs include…
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Causes Of Slow Weight Loss

Diet, Health, Nutrition, Weight gain
Losing weight doesn’t happen overnight but it should happen at a fairly regular pace. If you’ve been dieting and exercising for a while and recently noticed that your weight loss is slowed down, you may be falling victim to some common mistakes. Don’t worry, it’s going to be okay. Everyone goes through dieting ups and downs. Here are some reasons why you may be seeing slowed weight loss. Close to Your Ideal Weight Slowing weight loss shouldn’t always be devastating. In fact, Quick and Dirty Tips notes that slowing weight loss may indicate you are nearing your ideal weight. The closer you get to your ideal weight the slower you will reduce body fat. If you are close to your ideal BMI or are already within a healthy range, you…
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When You Eat Is Key To Losing Weight

Diet, Health, Weight gain
Deciding on losing weight is a huge milestone in reclaiming your health. Many people don’t realize that when you eat is almost as important as what you put into your body. Meal timing may have more to do with weight loss than food consumption. Here you will find some helpful tips about when you should eat your food. The Science is Still Out On Breakfast For years the breakfast foods industry has advertised that people who ate a healthy breakfast maintained a lower body weight. The truth is a little less clear than what they would like you to believe. Healthline notes how studies show conflicting information about whether or not food in the morning is going to help you shed those unwanted pounds. What is important when it comes…
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Problems Keeping The Weight Off?

Diet, Fitness, Stress Management, Weight gain
If you’ve lost weight, chances are greater than not, that you’ve regained it plus some. This sad fact plagues so many people that have gone through incredible links to lose weight. Then it seems like the deck is stacked against them and they watch helplessly as the scale climbs. Is it something that you’re doing? What is going on with your body that makes you gain all of this weight? Well it turns out, there are some biological factors at play that may be the reason you can’t keep your weight down. Stress The antithesis of health is stress. There are many reasons that stress kills our bodies. One of these reasons is called cortisol. This stress hormone is released when we are under pressure and can really wreak havoc…
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Water Intake And Weight Loss

Diet, Health, Nutrition, Weight gain
How Water Intake Helps You Regulate What And How Much You Eat Weight loss can be a hard task for anyone. There're so many different elements that go into losing weight it can be like learning a whole new set of information. There is one simple thing that you can do to help regulate how much and what you eat. Drinking water is not a magical cure-all, but it may seem like it after you learn what it can do to help you regulate your eating. Water Aids Digestion Through Saliva Digestion starts with saliva. Saliva is made mostly of water. According to Everyday Health, the enzymes in saliva are the beginning of the digestive tract. These enzymes help break down food so that they can be properly digested in…
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8 Common Menopause Myths

Depression, Fatigue, Hot Flashes, Mood Swings, Myths, Night Sweats, Weight gain
Menopause Myths include that fact that many people think that hot flashes are the first sign of menopause. Is this true or is it a myth? While it is true that menopause often results in hot flashes, one-fourth of all women do not experience any hot flashes as they go through menopause. There are other menopause myths that circulate in the mainstream media and as folklore. What are some common menopause myths many people believe? Menopause always begins at 50. This is a myth. While the average age of menopause is 51 years of age, a woman can go through menopause as early as in her 30's or as late as the early 60's. Menopause occurs when a woman stops having menstrual periods for 12 consecutive months. Symptoms of menopause…
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