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Saturday, January 2, 2016

Weight Loss Research: Eating healthy or feeling empty? ♦ Vitamin D levels linked to weight-loss surgery outcomes ♦ Let hunger be your guide

Mothers should be cautious when discussing weight with daughters How should a concerned mother discuss issues of diet and weight with her daughter? Very carefully
Vitamin D levels linked to weight-loss surgery outcomes Low levels of vitamin D have long been identified as an unwanted hallmark of weight loss surgery, but new findings from a study of more than 930,000 patient records add to evidence that seasonal sun exposure -- a key factor in the body's natural ability to make the "sunshine vitamin" -- plays a substantial role in how well people do after such operations.
Let hunger be your guide The tendency of today's consumers to eat when they are not hungry might be less advantageous for health than eating when they are hungry.
Eating healthy or feeling empty? Eating too much is typically considered one of the prime culprits of obesity. Now a new study has looked specifically at over consumption of 'healthy' foods which consumers often perceive as less filling

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