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Obesity Surpasses Smoking in Terms of Ill Health Effects

Affecting 25% of American and Canadian adults, this commonly accepted condition is a gateway to chronic disease, including cancer, diabetes, depression, arthritis, and stroke. And now this new...

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Anti-Obesity Report Calls for High-Fat Diet Recommendations

20 Jun 2016 | 205,055 Views

Caution: Your bias is probably making your battle of the bulge much more difficult. This is the bias you grew up with, that "everybody" knows to be true. Only problem is, it's been proven false. So get the new facts, claim your new skinny today, scuttle disease, and reclaim your life.

American Obesity Rate Continues to Climb — Is Surgery the Answer?

08 Jun 2016 | 153,566 Views

Some describe it as a "breakthrough solution" to the growing waistline dilemma, but is it really? And are there potentially deadly side effects that aren't being widely discussed? While it's reportedly helping Europeans and Mexicans shed up to 7 percent of their body weight, there are caveats you must know for your well-being.

Obesity Reaches Global Crisis Point

20 Apr 2016 | 214,417 Views

Wrecks your ability to be healthy and fit, sending you down a path of disease and death (and often disability too). And can hit you even if you look like the picture of health. They've tried to discredit it while seeking new prey. Get control of this now, to be the picture of health.

Weight Gain: Is This an Exploding Nightmare or Natural Evolution?

17 Feb 2016 | 33,514 Views

With rates of obesity rising to unprecedented levels worldwide, the World Health Organization calls it an "exploding nightmare" to public health. Meanwhile, some experts believe weight gain is part of humans' "natural evolution." Which scenario is more likely true?

How to Address the Crisis of Childhood Obesity

26 Dec 2015 | 189,179 Views

Watch out for this debunked myth that millions still believe. Making this mistake could shave years off your lifespan, just as it's doing for kids who are now suffering from heart disease as young as 8 years old. Avoid tragedy and grief... take this critical life-saving step today.

Why the Obesity Trend Continues to Climb Unabated in the US

25 Nov 2015 | 291,222 Views

You'll probably eat this today, yet it's causing heart disease - even in 8-year-olds. Scans showed 27% more mass in the left ventricle of their hearts, making it hard to pump blood. 40% of the group is "high-risk" for heart disease. If it can harm young kids, just think what it might be doing to you.

What Really Caused the Obesity Epidemic, and How Can It Be Reversed?

20 Sep 2015 | 273,816 Views

It's not about the calories, and never has been. Nor is it about exercise. You can starve yourself, but your body will compensate in its own ways. Author Zoe Harcombe reveals the true secret to end your struggle with weight. You'll likely struggle forever if you ignore this essential.

Too Much Weight at 50 Tied to Early Alzheimer's

17 Sep 2015 | 46,339 Views

If you're overweight or obese in mid-life, it could trigger the onset of Alzheimer's symptoms years earlier. In addition to losing weight, there are numerous healthy changes you can make to lower your risk of this devastating disease.

Coca-Cola Front Group Aims to Confuse You About Soda’s Influence on Obesity

02 Sep 2015 | 193,713 Views

Even the New York Times criticizes this new "partnership" saying their agenda is very clear... yet Coca Cola claims this is "the voice of science." Problem is, they have the formula all wrong, and it's destined to keep you heavy despite your best efforts. Don't get caught in their snare.

Obesity Will Soon Overtake Smoking as Principal Cause of Cancer

27 Jul 2015 | 282,298 Views

Things are changing with cancer. Being seen less and less as a disease of old age, this new, very common culprit is taking over as the main cause of 10 different types of cancer. And this new top cause is something you can, for sure, take action on.

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