Weight Management Monterey CA

The articles in this section aim to help women who want to manage a healthy weight. Here you'll find information on weight loss surgeries and how to stay healthy while maintaining a good weight.

Body Mass Index Monterey CA

Under carefully controlled dietary conditions, we confirm that higher levels of adiposity were associated with higher concentrations of serum leptin. It appears that percent body fat in postmenopausal women may be the best adiposity-related predictor of serum leptin.

Body Mass Index, Percent Body Fat, and Regional Body Fat Distribution in Relation to Leptin Monterey CA

The relationship between BMI and leptin has been studied extensively in the past, but previous reports in postmenopausal women have not been conducted under carefully controlled dietary conditions of weight maintenance using precise measures of body fat distribution.

Shedding Pounds from Diet or Exercise--Take Your Pick Monterey CA

Despite the fact that weight loss can be achieved equally through diet or fitness, according to the study, both are important for a person's overall health. Weight loss isn't the only reason to diet and exercise. Regular exercise has been shown to lower your risk for many diseases including: heart disease, type 2 diabetes and certain types of cancer. In addition, many experts recommend that permanent weight loss should be achieved with consistent dietary restrictions, low-caloric and low-fat foods, and regular exercise.

The Effect of Cissus Quadrangula Monterey CA

Obesity is generally linked to complications in lipid metabolism and oxidative stress. The aim of this study was to compare the effect of a proprietary extract of Cissus quadrangularis (CQR-300) to that of a proprietary formulation containing CQR-300 (CORE) on weight, blood lipids, and oxidative stress in overweight and obese people.

Weight: Sounds Heavy No Matter How You Say It! Monterey CA

As we age we learn a few things about our bodies. For one, is it is unhealthy to be obese. The actuarial recordshave shown women who are obese have more heart disease, diabetes and cancer. However, being too thin is unhealthytoo! Medical records have shown that middle-aged women who are underweight live shorter lives than those who areoverweight. Under weight women are also more prone to osteoporosis.