What is gastroesophageal reflux disease

Most people know Gastroesophageal reflux disease as “GERD” or gastro-oesophageal reflux disease which is known as “GORD”. Our stomach is the one of the main organs in our digestive system. A little problem can lead to serious illness. GERD is one such condition, which relates to stomach functions. If we try to know that what […]

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Quick tips for weight loss

Are you ready to shed the weight fast? The swelling is being placed in the way of feeling good about your body? Here are some valuable tips to lose and to inflate the scale is low. These diet tips are recommended only for short-term results fast and you should discuss with your doctor before incorporating […]

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What is a Healthy Diet

A healthy diet is a healthy diet, whether you’re trying to gain weight, maintain your weight, lose a little or lose a lot. The only difference between these is the number of calories you take in. For that reason, we won’t discuss calorie requirements, but the way you should be spending or distributing those calories. […]

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The Hormone Diet

What is the Hormone Diet? The Hormone Diet aims to balance hormones, improve overall health, teach eating habits, and promote in weight loss. Naturopathic doctor and author Natasha Turner bases the Hormone Diet on the premise that hormones affect every aspect of weight gain and loss. Turner, author of the bestselling book The Hormone Diet, […]

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What Are the Causes of Weight Gain

Weight gain is not only the result of overeating and under exercising. Medical researchers have uncovered a number of reasons people cannot control their weight, from stress to genetics. In this article we take a look at a few of the major reasons people gain weight. Medications that Can Cause Weight Gain Prescription medications can […]

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Gallbladder Disease

How Obesity Increases the Risks of Gallbladder Diseases (and Gallstones) Gallstones and gall bladder disease are so prevalent that more than 25 million Americans have them and at least a million are diagnosed each year, according to a recent article from 2009. (1) According to all the information available, women are much more likely to […]

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