Sugars, starches, and fiber are carbohydrates that the body converts into glucose for energy. Complex carbs like fruits, vegetables, and whole-grain diets are less likely to trigger a blood sugar spike than simple carbohydrates (sugars). A low-carb diet, like keto, is high in fat. Carbohydrates are a macronutrient found in...

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By Marixie Ann Obsioma

Consuming a number of meals that are on the lighter side spread out over the day will help you feel full on less food. But which is better for maintaining a healthy weight: eating three meals of a regular size every day or snacking on small amounts of food throughout...

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By Marixie Ann Obsioma

It's possible that people attempting to lose weight don't need to cut chocolate out of their diets completely. According to a recent study supported by the government and included roughly one thousand healthy adults, people who consume chocolate regularly have a lower body mass index than those who claim to...

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By Marixie Ann Obsioma

Childhood obesity rates have tripled in the last couple of decades. They went up by 5% from the late 70s to 2016 (1). Because this is such an alarming trend, it is very important for parents to know how to address the situation and help their children with weight loss...

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By Marixie Ann Obsioma

According to the CDC, just one in 10 adults meet the federal fruit and vegetable recommendations (1). The healthy eating pattern should include two to three cups of vegetables a day.  Regular intake of vegetables can prevent or aid management of heart disease, promote weight loss or maintain your weight in...

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By Ahmed Zayed Helmy, MD
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