We live in a world where there are way more obese people than starving people, where a third of the food produced is thrown away and many still live below the poverty line. Good food choices are not always easy, or even available to all. What a mixed up world...
We've many excellent resources listed below; practical ways to manage and lose weight, resources that will educate and help change those hard-wired cravings we all have.
It's a process, but it's possible - the people pictured below testify it to be so.
The around 700 articles included in this library are original, peer-reviewed research papers, also known as "primary sources". Peer-reviewed papers are those published in journals who use a committee of other scientists to carefully review the author's study methods, analysis, and conclusions, and to provide feedback for improvements before publication. The result are papers whose authors who are rigorously held accountable for their statements.
This free search engine accesses a database of references and abstracts on life sciences and biomedical topics. The United States National Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health maintain the database. Features Studies from Scientific literature Including:British Medical Journal (BMJ), American Cancer Society, Nat Centre for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), Int Agency for the Research on Cancer (IARC), World Health Organisation (WHO)Journal of the American Medical Assoc (JAMA), Journal of Clinical Investigation (JCI), Frontiers In Cell & Development Biology, Springer
Patients who participated in the 12 week Ornish program showed statistically significant improvements in their in their WEIGHT and their BMI, reporting an average 20 pound weight loss in 12 months
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