Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Weight Loss

High-intensity interval training can help burn more body fat, study finds

Scientists from Victoria University found that High-Intensity-Interval-Training HIIT increases fat burning more than aerobic exercise. They suggest people could consider adding HIIT to their exercise...

Mediterranean diet may protect against harmful effects of obesity

Scientists from Uppsala University found a healthy quality Mediterranean-like diet could change the link between obesity and heart disease-related death. The study is published in PLOS...

This new drug may prevent obesity, liver disease caused by high-fat diet

Scientists from Georgetown University found that a new drug targeting a key gene involved in lipid and glucose metabolism could tolerate a high-fat diet...

The study finds the real cause of excessive weight gain

Scientists from Baylor University found that eating too much—not exercising too little—may be at the core of excessive weight gain. They found forager-horticulturalist children in...

Obesity may increase risk of this inflammatory bowel disease

In a recent study from Norfolk and elsewhere, researchers found that obesity, as measured by body mass index (BMI), is linked to an increased...

Why exercise is less helpful in losing weight than simply eating less

I tend to be overweight, and for the last few years my blood glucose levels have been putting me on the brink of Type...

Weight-loss surgery slashes cancer risk and death, study finds

Scientists from Gundersen Lutheran Health System found people with obesity were at least two times more likely to develop certain types of cancer and...

Weight loss surgery may put your marriage in trouble

Scientists from the University of Pittsburgh found that people who have weight loss surgery often see improvements in type 2 diabetes and other diseases. But...

This diet could improve weight loss, gut health

Scientists from the University of Copenhagen found eating a low-gluten, high-fiber diet changes bacteria in the gut, decreases discomfort such as bloating, and is...

Fitness trackers could benefit your heart health, study finds

Scientists from the University of South Australia found fitness trackers, pedometers, and smart watches motivate us to exercise more and lose weight. They found wearable...