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The key to getting to your ideal waist size is dieting smart, not hard. It is your waist size, after all, which is most important to your health. (You want to get to 35 inches or less, measured at your belly button while sucking in, which you’ll do anyway.) That’s right, if you diet smart, waist ... Read more
ADDED TO  Weight  955 days 1 hour 49 min ago
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 Dr. Roizen
America is a nation that loves to BBQ. Here’s the bad news and the good news. Charred beef, chicken, pork and fish contain two things that tend to do damage to your body: heterocyclic amines (HCAs) and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). HCAs form when the amino acids found in the meat’s p ... Read more

You could slash your risk of Alzheimer’s just by eating like a Greek (not spending like the Greek — or even U.S. — governments)! In a large, 5-year study people with the least dementia risk ate the highest amounts of fruits, veggies, legumes and fish, but less meat and almost no dairy products – ... Read more

Just before the winter holidays, the Annals of Internal Medicine published an editorial that was supposed to settle the long-running debate about the need for a multivitamin. But did it? I think it did, but with a very different summary. Here is what the editorial said: “Most supplements do not p ... Read more
ADDED TO  Vitamins and Supplements  1555 days 16 hours 40 min ago
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Cut a dozen or more small hearts (or diamonds or stars or any shape you like) from newspapers or magazines with a meaningful word or picture at the center of the shape. Put them in an envelope with a note to the intended that says each one can be redeemed for a 1-hour walk throughout the coming y ... Read more
ADDED TO  Relationships, Exercise- Walking  1596 days 18 hours 49 min ago
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