Category Archives: Health Issues

Diet Pills: Friends Or Foes?

Should You Take Diet Pills To Lose Weight?

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Diet pills may actually cause more harm than good.

It’s important to state that there are times when a doctor will prescribe diet pills for certain patients. Typically, this is done on a temporary basis and is highly regulated with a short term goal in sight.

But for many people diet pills are not a solution and may actually cause more harm than good. Losing weight is meant to be a process. In order to sustain it, it’s important to make profound habit changes that will propel long-term success. However, many people don’t understand this. They just want to shed all their excessive weight in the shortest time period.

Therefore, instead of maintaining a healthy diet and exercising regularly, they turn to diet pills.
For an individual who doesn’t have enough drive to commit to a physically active life or who just can’t stay away from junk food, diet pills may look like a magical solution. However, even if they do help you lose weight, they are still bad for you.

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Kickstart Your Lifestyle For Weight Loss

5 Steps Towards A Lifestyle For Weight Loss

Lifestyle For Weight Loss

Give yourself a healthy perspective of what life is all about

Whenever a special occasion or a holiday draws near, many people wish that they had adopted the right lifestyle for weight loss. Instead, they look for quick weight loss products or programs. While looking good in swimwear during summer isn’t a bad idea, looking for a short cut to weight loss can backfire.

Truth is, weight loss is a lifestyle and not a fad. It’s a result of a consistent effort that involves exercise, proper food intake, and the right amount of rest. These 5 steps below reveal how a lifestyle for weight loss will help shed those unwanted pounds permanently.

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Know Your Numbers: How To Monitor Your Own Health

How To Monitor Your Own Health

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Is your doctor measuring these numbers?

Is there a need to monitor your own health? We often think if there’s no indication of high blood pressure or high blood sugar, then we must be pretty healthy.

But, we need to take some other numbers into account for an overall picture of our health. You can have normal blood pressure and low blood sugar. Or you can have high cholesterol and it hasn’t led to high blood pressure, yet.

Knowing all of your numbers can give you and your doctor a better picture of your overall health. So when you monitor your own health, what numbers should you know?

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