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The Benefits of Drinking Water – Does Drinking Water Help You Lose Weight?

Many health sources extol the benefits of drinking water, but what are those benefits, and do they include helping you to lose weight? If you’ve read this blog much, you’ll know that water can be beneficial to weight loss, but how much should you drink and why does it help you lose weight?

First of all, […]

By |October 23rd, 2009|Fat and Fitness Research|2 Comments

The Best Exercise to Lose Belly Fat – High Intensity Interval Training

High intensity is the best way to lose belly fat (or any other kind) without spending hours grunting, groaning, and sweating. In fact high intensity interval training has been clinically proven to be more effective for the time spent than other types of exercises to burn fat and increase cardiovascular fitness. High intensity resistance training […]

By |July 20th, 2009|ab routines, Fat and Fitness Research|1 Comment

New Fat Loss Discovery Could Help You Lose Fat Faster

Turmeric Fat Loss Discovery May Help You Lose Fat Faster
Did you know there is a common spice you may already have in your kitchen that may help you lose fat faster and easier? It’s true; the spice turmeric has a compound, called curcumin, that new research has shown actually starve fat cells, preventing their growth […]

By |July 10th, 2009|Fat and Fitness Research|2 Comments

How Much Protein Do I Need? Find Out Here

How Much Protein Do I Need?

If you’re just getting into fitness or bodybuilding, you may well ask the question “How much protein do I need?” It’s a great question to ask, and the answer isn’t the same as you’d get if you asked the question and your daily activity did not include heavy training or […]

By |June 15th, 2009|Diet, Fat and Fitness Research|2 Comments

Does Eating Fruit Make You Fat?

One piece of weight loss advice many diet gurus give is to eat more fruits and vegetables and cut back on processed junk foods. Is that really good advice? Well, you know that enough of anything can make you fat. A new study is out that you may think stands that diet guru advice on […]

By |May 27th, 2009|Fat and Fitness Research|0 Comments

The Latest Weight Loss News – Surprise!!!

Havard University has just released the results of their latest weight loss study with some surprising results. According to the study, conducted by the Harvard University School of Public Health and the National Institute of Health, what you eat doesn’t matter when it comes to losing weight. It only matters how many calories you eat.  […]

By |March 7th, 2009|Fat and Fitness Research|0 Comments

High Fructose Corn Sweetener Positively Linked to Diabetes

The sweetner that is a favorite of many food manufacturers in AMerica has been conclusively linked to Type 2 diabetes in at least some capacity. This news is coming out despite the nifty commercials produced by the corn growers depicting the sweetener as safe and desirable.

Part of the press release is here:

“A new study in […]

By |March 4th, 2009|Diet, Fat and Fitness Research|0 Comments

Quick Fat Burning Exercises – Don’t Miss These

One of the things about being busy, weather you’re raising kids, have a busy professional life, or are a student with a heavy course load, is finding the time to exercise. That’s where some quick, fat burning exercises come in. For an exercise program like this you want efficiency; the maximum long term fat burning […]

By |February 25th, 2009|Fat and Fitness Research, general exercise|0 Comments

Lose Body Fat Quick (and Naturally)

How to lose body fat quick is one of the most pondered questions of fitness enthusiasts and just plain folks alike. Being able to do it naturally, without resorting to drugs, surgery or other medical procedures is a definite plus. After all, weight loss drugs are expensive, and surgery is no fun at all, not […]

By |February 18th, 2009|Fat and Fitness Research|0 Comments

Belly Fat Can Actually Make You Hungrier

It’s true, the mere presence of excess belly fat can actually make you hungrier. According to research released last year by Dr. Yaiping Yang and his fellow researchers at the Lawson Health Research Institute, part of the University of Western Ontario, more fat in the abdominal area can actually make you want to eat more. […]

By |February 2nd, 2009|Fat and Fitness Research|0 Comments
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