Focus28 Diet Blog
Canned Orange Juice from frozen concentrate may not have the appeal of a
premium jug, but according to the Journal of Nutrition Research, it may be
healthier. Made with the whole fruit (including the peel), it contains more
hesperidin, a potent antioxi
Yes it can! In recent scientific studies, acne patients who had a yogurt drink
enriched with 200mg. of lactoferrin daily (a milk protein available in the
supplement Praventin), had fewer breakouts and less oily skin than
patients in a control group
People who compulsively overeat repeatedly consume excessive amounts of
food, sometimes to the point of abdominal discomfort. However, unlike
bulimics, they do not get rid of the food through various body functions.
Don't you hate when you're minding your own business, sticking to a healthy
diet plan and then all of a sudden a craving for junk food comes along and
ruins your good efforts to stay on track?
Why is your scale stuck? You've cleaned up your diet, sweated off
countless calories, and watched pounds melt away, but now the scale has
come to a screeching halt. What is going on?
Keeping a food diary can speed weight loss results. Dieters who wrote down
what they eat lose twice as much weight as those who don't keep a record,
research shows. New to keeping a food Journal? Here are four do's of
The more often you consume good-for-you food, the more power you'll have.
Studies show that people whose blood sugar (glucose) is elevated to a
healthy level, as it is after regular meals, have more self-control and can
more easily resist junk food.
Dairy gets all the credit for fortifying your frame, but there may be
another food that can help you bone up, it's Olive Oil. In a study, people who
consumed a Mediterranean diet plus virgin olive oil for two years saw an
increase in osteocalcin, a pro
To start a new exercise habit, pick a time when you'll be able to work out
consistently, like first thing in the morning. Studies show that people who
exercise regularly do it at the same hour every time, says Lisa A.
Eating genetically modified corn could make you fat and lead to obesity,
according to new research. Scientists found that rats fed GM corn for three
months ate slightly more (and grew slightly bigger) than a group fed