Tags archives: fatty

 

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12 Ways To Beat The Bulge

You could go on a dramatic weight loss plan, with a strict, unvaried diet and time-consuming workout plan. And for some people, that is necessary. But if you’re just trying to fight off a little bulge that seems to be creeping up and over your belt, try these easy 12 steps to combat your daily bulge-building habits. You’re closer than you think to buttoning up your pants again without grunting, jumping up and down or laying flat on the floor.

 

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The Two Trends That Are Making Americans Fatter & Hungrier

It has been projected that by 2019, almost 75% of Americans will be overweight or obese. How can a projection like this be made? By powerful, undeniable trends. And the United States has developed two strong trends that are not only making us fatter, but hungrier at the same time.

 

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4 Surprising Side Effects Of Eating Fast Food

You may have seen the movie SuperSize Me. What was the moral of the story? Fast food is bad! Well, actually it tastes really good, but it’s bad for you. And those two things are linked. We saw Morgan Spurlock complain of headaches and even mood changes along with his growing craving for any food item that began with “Mc.” But the film doesn’t go too into detail about Spurlock complaints aside from weight gain and cholesterol. However his moans of woah were not just incidental. Many of the symptoms Spurlock experienced have since been proven to be actual effects of eating fast food. Here are four surprising ones:

 

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8 Simple Slimming Tips

Staying slim sounds great. Suffering, taking drastic measures or just doing something plain weird to do it, doesn’t. Here are 8 easy tips to incorporate into your life to help you appear and actually be slimmer, without really trying.

 

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5 Ways Stress Makes You Fat

Being overweight can stress you out. The cruel irony is that being stressed can make you fat. And the last thing you need when you already feel like your work, your relationship—anything—is falling apart, is to also feel you’ve lost control over your weight. While the best thing to do is beat the unwanted pounds at the source—namely, the thing that is causing you stress—being aware of how stress causes you to gain weight might also help in the battle to burn those emotional calories. If you can recognize that you are not actually hungry, but just stressed, that might keep you from reaching for any unnecessary foods.