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6 Reasons People Gain Weight In The Summer
May 21, 2012 | YourWeight | Editor
When it comes to losing or maintaining your weight, we know it is not a cakewalk, but unknowingly there can be many reasons contributing to sabotaging your healthy intentions, even in the summer.


U.S. is the Fattest Country In The World: The Top Food Offenders That Make Us Fat
May 13, 2012 | YourWeight | J.Summerly
Well, at least in terms of very developed nations with larger populations. The evidence is all around us and a even brief public outing will confirm it. We are one fat country. We love to eat and all the wrong foods. The problem is more related to what we eat rather than how much we eat. The culprits are not always so obvious either. Gone are the days when it was only fast food that would add to our waistline. Today it's everyday foods that are suspect.


Jogging Increases Life Expectancy
May 7, 2012 | Fitness | Editor
Findings on the health effects of jogging have varied in different studies over the years, with a long-running debate that began in the 1970s over whether it's good for you or not. A new, broad review finds a positive effect. As almost any healthy exercise should, regular jogging increases life expectancy 6.2 years for men and 5.6 years for women, according to data from the ongoing Copenhagen City Heart study.


Black Pepper May Be All You Need To Block The Formation of New Fat Cells
May 3, 2012 | YourWeight | A.McCarthy
Who on earth doesn't want to block the formation of new fat? Maybe Sumo wrestlers, eating champions or even some football players, but for the majority of us, we don't want more fat. If something natural can block the formation of new fat cells, even better. A new study published in ACS' Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, explains how black pepper can reduce fat levels in the bloodstream.



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