“Daily Sunscreen Use Cannot Prevent Skin Cancer:”

    We Need More Research:   A research review concludes, there isn’t much evidence to conclusively prove that daily sunscreen use can prevent most skin cancer. The doctors say, that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t use sunscreen.  It just means it’s unethical to do experiments testing the effectiveness of sunscreen. First of all you would have to randomly assign […]

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“Sugar is in A Lot of the Foods We Eat and can be Harmful:”

  Processed foods are high in sugar and bad for your health:   First of all a frighteningly large portion of the calories and sugar Americans eat comes from ultra-processed foods. Furthermore, ultra processed foods have a lot more added sugar which is tinkered with even more than regularly processed foods. According to a new […]

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“Why are some Hollywood Stars Ageless? By Weight Loss Made Simple:”

  Have Hollywood stars discovered the fountain of youth? Healthy Food or surgery? Happy day’s mom Marion Ross was 47 when she began playing Mrs. Cunningham. All in the families Jean Stapleton was also 47 when she started her role as Edith Bunker. When The Golden Girls premiered Rue McClanahan was 51. Compare this to some of […]

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“Stop Lying About Your Healthy Living Goals: By Weight loss Made Simple:”

First of all, do you hear yourself say I just want to be healthier and lose weight? Furthermore, the statement is common place among clients and people in the world. That desire to be healthier seems to motivate a lot of behaviors. For example, running marathons, going to Cross Fit classes is one example. In addition […]

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“The Leading Cause of Obesity could be Food Stamps: By Weight Loss Made Simple”

What is Obesity? According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases defines the cause of obesity. Obesity is an excess amount of body weight that may come from muscles, bone, fat, and water. However, obesity is a medical term. Someone who has excessive fat on their body is obese. Obesity in the […]

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