Healthy Women Have A Few Things In Common

Petite portions, locally grown organic foods, lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, eating meals prepared at home and moderate amounts of exercise are just a few of the habits of women around the world who manage to stave off obesity.

The healthy habits of women are shared here and offer a variety of strategies that we can all incorporate into our our daily lives.

An Effective Drug for Effortless Weight loss?

A weight loss pill which generates results in without any effort is a dream come true, for many.

Although the trials have been successful in monkeys it still needs to be tested on humans.
The researchers, headed by the husband and wife team Wadih Arap and Renata Pasqualini, have been working on the project for years. In 2004 the research team proved the drug could bring substantial weight loss in mice. Now, after the highly successful results in monkeys, they have applied for FDA approval to begin trials in people, possibly within a year.

The “couch potato” weight loss pill could be on the way.

Skinny Face Problem?

After all of your hard work dieting and exercising you can end up producing something called runner’s face.

And I bet you didn’t even know it was a problem .

Dr. Brian S. Glatt, a board-certified plastic surgeon in New Jersey, calls that skinny, Skeletor-esque look some dedicated runners may unwittingly develop, runner’s face.

And he believes that it needs to be fixed.

Runner’s face generally occurs in both men and women ages 40+ who exercise to improve their body, and in doing so end up with a skeletal and bony face. When exercising, an athlete burns off fat beneath the layers of his/her skin. The marked loss of fatty tissue results in a loss of volume which leads to a prominent appearance of the bones, accelerated development of skin laxity and deepening of wrinkles. Though you may look like a 20-year-old from the neck down—your face will easily give away your age.

The 3 Food Traps to Avoid When You’re Depressed

Using food for comfort, eating too little and making poor nutritional choices are pitfalls that we all face from time to time, however, when you’re depressed these habits can create a downward cycle of depression and overeating that continues to get worse over time.

Read more to avoid these common food mistakes.

Most depression, over 90%, is treated on an out-patient basis but in cases of severe depression or treatment-resistant depression, some people need to stay in the hospital for a short time. You might check into the hospital yourself. Or you could be hospitalized under a doctor’s order. There is a powerful stigma associated with being hospitalized. Many people feel ashamed, as if it’s a sign that they are “crazy.” Some people fear that being hospitalized is the same thing as being institutionalized…

Albers tells WebMD that people often get trapped in a cycle of feeling trapped and hopeless about life and their poor eating habits, which causes them to become even more depressed. “It’s important to connect with other people so you don’t become too isolated. Talking with friends and a therapist can provide support to help you break out of that cycle,” she says.

We All Have Them! 7 Bad Habits that Keep You Fat!

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It’s not just what you eat but how you eat that may be packing on the pounds or making that last 10 impossible to lose.

Watch this video for some quick easy to follow tips that will help you beat the battle of the bulge.

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