Mindfulness Meditation and Weight Loss

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It has now been described as the “missing link” to successful weight loss and the key to tackling the burgeoning obesity crisis in the Western World

And what is that link?

The relationship between our minds and our bodies and how mindfulness raises people’s awareness to signals in the body released in response to hunger and fullness.

Scientists are now looking into the links between mindfulness meditation and weight loss.

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How To Stay Healthy This Winter

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4 ways to stay healthy this winter

Winter is here. It’s getting colder with each new day and staying healthy in these conditions can be quite a challenge. It’s the season when colds, flu, stomach bugs, and other infections can run rampant. It’s the perfect time to review some strategies to stay healthy this winter.

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The Right To Health Is Universal – World AIDS Day

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December 1, 2017 – World AIDS Day

On this year’s World AIDS Day, millions of people with HIV still do not have access to life-saving treatment, while millions more do not even know that they have the disease. This is a grave injustice, and it speaks to an even larger problem around the world: health is not being afforded the protection it deserves as a fundamental human right.

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Moderate Coffee Drinking More Likely To Benefit Health Than To Harm It

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Moderate coffee drinking more likely to benefit health than to harm it

Drinking coffee in moderate amounts is good for health, according to the BMJ. The researchers in The BMJ bring together evidence from over 200 studies and find that drinking three to four cups of coffee per day is associated with a lower risk of getting heart disease, compared with drinking no coffee. Coffee is also linked with lower risks of some cancers, diabetes, liver disease and dementia. On the other hand, coffee drinking may be associated with harms during pregnancy.

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Diet Beverages in Pregnancy May Up Child Obesity Risk

Childhood obesity increases the risk for some health problems later in life, like diabetes, heart disease, stroke and several types of cancer.

“Our findings suggest that artificially sweetened beverages during pregnancy are not likely to be any better at reducing the risk for later childhood obesity than sugar-sweetened beverages,” said Cuilin Zhang, from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD).

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How Exercise Can Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

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Exercise Can Help Prevent Alzheimer’s disease

According to a recent study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, exercise can help prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Regular, moderate-intensity physical activity offers protection against Alzheimer’s disease, even for people who are genetically at risk!

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Vegan chef awarded ‘maître restauranteur’ title

First Vegan Chef to get the ‘maître restauranteur’ title!

Willy Berton, is the first vegan chef to be designated the honor of the ‘maître restauranteur’ title after opening Vegan Gorilla in Nice.

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