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Do This When You Walk to Lose More Weight

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, Fitness and Exercise by INH Research0 Comments

If you walk for exercise, a Harvard professor has some simple advice to dramatically increase the health benefits…

Try “interval walking.”

Compared to regular walking, interval walking has been found to greatly improve aerobic fitness, lower blood pressure, reduce weight, increase leg strength, and improve overall health.[1]

Dr. Aaron Baggish is associate director of the Cardiovascular Performance Program at Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.

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The ‘Secret Sauce’ That Helps You Lose Weight

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Weight Loss by INH Research0 Comments

We’ve been recommending a high-protein, low-carb diet for years to help you lose weight while maintaining muscle. Now a study has discovered the “secret sauce” in protein that keeps you at a healthy body weight.

An amino-acid component of protein, phenylalanine, cuts appetite, according to researchers in the UK.

Scientists at Imperial College London examined the effect of phenylalanine on food intake and brain activity in mice.

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The Simple Eating Trick for Weight Loss Success

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Most dieters try to lose weight by eating certain foods or by eating fewer calories.

But researchers have found that there’s another factor that may be more important than either of these for diet success.[i]

Scientists at Hiroshima University in Japan tracked the eating habits of 1,083 people for five years. During that time, subjects filled out detailed questionnaires about their lifestyle and eating habits, including speed of eating, physical activity, and medical history.

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The Best Way to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution to Lose Weight 

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Weight Loss by INH Research0 Comments

The most popular New Year’s resolution Americans make is to lose weight.[1]

The cruel truth is this: The overwhelming majority will fail.

Studies show that the failure rate of all New Year’s resolutions is 80%. And a resolution to lose weight through dieting may have even less of a chance at success. A whopping 95% of all diets fail to help people get slimmer.

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Lose Weight by Putting Your Brain in Charge of Your Body

In All Health Watch, Cognitive Health, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article by INH Research0 Comments

Does this sound familiar? It’s lunchtime. You sit in front of your computer with a wall of emails in front of you.

You take a couple bites of your sandwich. You grab some chips. And start reading your messages. You answer a few of them.

Before you know it, you’ve finished lunch without even noticing it. A couple hours later, you’re hungry and crave a snack.

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