By M. Sara Rosenthal
(Lowell condominium) customer consultant discusses why middle ailment in ladies is usually misdiagnosed; how indicators range in girls; how way of life, rigidity, and nutrition position ladies in danger; and the professionals and cons of hormone substitute treatment. Softcover.
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Government recently approved an antiobesity pill that blocks the absorption of almost one-third of the fat people eat. One of the side effects of this new prescription drug, called orlistat (brand name Xenical), causes rather embarrassing diarrhea each time you eat fatty foods. To avoid the drug’s side effects, simply avoid fat! The pill can also decrease absorption of vitamin D and other important nutrients, however. Orlistat is the first drug to fight obesity through the intestine instead of the brain.
Splenda is a white crystalline powder, actually made from sugar itself. It’s six hundred times sweeter than table sugar but is not broken down in your digestive system, so it has no calories at all. Splenda can also be used in hot or cold foods and is found in hot and cold beverages, frozen foods, baked goods, and other packaged foods. In the United States, you can still purchase cyclamate, a nonnutritive sweetener sold under the brand name Sucaryl or Sugar Twin. Cyclamate is also the sweetener used in many weight control products; it is thirty times sweeter than table sugar, with no aftertaste.
Since diet and lifestyle changes are so difficult, there is an interest in ﬁnding genetic causes for obesity. If we’ve inherited obesity, that would mean it is beyond our control, which would probably be comforting for many people. ” Few scientists believe that obesity is simply genetic, however. ” An important theory about why we get fat concerns insulin resistance. It’s believed that when the body produces too much insulin, we will eat more to try to maintain a balance. This is why weight gain is often the ﬁrst symptom of Type 2 diabetes.
50 Ways Women Can Prevent Heart Disease by M. Sara Rosenthal