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Are you not losing weight? You need to take a hard look at your diet and analyze it closely. You must, more than anyone else, track your daily calories. Simply said, it is impossible to gain or even maintain weight if the calories you intake in a day are less than the calories you expend [...]Continue Reading →
How Often Should I Weigh Myself? A common mistake that people make when dieting is the daily or “spot” weight check. This, however, leads to a lot of confusion and frustration. Why did I seemingly gain 5lbs? Why am I not losing weight? All of these frustrating questions can occur with too frequent weight checks. [...]Continue Reading →
Migraine Headaches Migraine headaches are a very common problem in the United States. Over 28 million Americans suffer from migraines, typically occurring between the ages of 15 to 55. If you are lucky enough not to suffer from this often disabling condition, chances are you know someone who does. Migraine headaches appear to cluster in families, with 70-80% of migraine [...]Continue Reading →
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On January 7, 2012 By Brian Bark, M.D.
This video shows how to use Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets to track your daily calories. This is a very basic video to introduce you to MS Excel and the capabilities of the software. We hope you have enjoyed: Video: How To Use MS Excel Spreadsheets to Track Daily CaloriesContinue Reading →
Six hours and 47 minutes. That is how much time the average household television is on each day in the United States. Incredible? We think so. A meta-analysis of 53 prior television studies and it’s impact on your health found that watching too much television will make you overweight. Did we fund this with taxpayer [...]Continue Reading →
A study published (9/7/11) out of the UK found that individuals assigned to a weight loss group through Weight Watchers lost twice as much weight as those assigned to the care of general practice physicians (6.7kg vs. 3.3kg). The design of the study provided that those assigned to the Weight Watchers group did not have to pay for their services. [...]Continue Reading →
Slogans often provide much needed encouragement and food for thought. One of the simplest, yet powerful, slogans I have heard over the years is, “win today.” I am not sure who originally authored this slogan, but I heard it from head coach Kevin R. Wilson, the current Indiana University football coach. The abstract meaning of this slogan isContinue Reading →
Many dieters skip meals to lose weight while others seem to graze all day. Do a quick Google search and you will find a plethora of information and anecdotal stories promoting one method or the other. Given the mass discrepancy, we performed a literature search of the latest research to see if we could find a [...]Continue Reading →
Deciding what to eat for breakfast is a critical battle in the war on weight. Unfortunately, this decision is not one that is typically made with a sound mind and body. If only we were able to think clearly at the crack of dawn, we would all make healthier decisions. No one would logically conclude to themselves that, “oh, I think I [...]Continue Reading →
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