The Delicious 6-Week Weight Loss Plan for the Real World
Timothy S. Harlan, MD, FACP has counseled thousands of his patients on healthy, sustainable weight loss. Now he's compiled his best tips and recipes into a six-week plan for you to learn how to eat great food that just happens to be great for you.
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|Yes, Healthier Foods Cost More. But.
|Can you be healthy and overweight?
|Huge News About Nuts
|Weight Loss Reduces Symptoms of A-Fib
|Taking Vitamins to Prevent Cancer or Heart Disease
|Living Longer and Healthier
|Improve Your Diet, Live Longer - Even After a Heart Attack
|Taking Weight Loss Supplements Could Backfire
|Diet and Kidney Disease in Type 2 Diabetics
|Drinking Sugary Beverages Makes You Gain Weight
|Cranberry Juice for UTIs
|A Little More Effort, a Lot Less Eaten
|Out of Arm's Reach
|Eating Healthier After a Heart Attack
|Preschoolers eat more veggies with dip
|Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Affect More than Kids' Weight
|Does Drinking Water Help You Lose Weight?
|Not Much Better (But at Least No Worse) Redux: Processed Food Edition
|Does Walkability Equal Walking?
|Vegetarians Less Likely to Die from All Causes
|Sodium Claims on Food Labels
|Coffee and Cholesterol
|Coffee and Metabolic Syndrome
|Red Meat and Diabetes
|Morning Exercise and Breakfast
|Sticking to a Gluten-Free Diet
|Nuts and Weight, BMI, and Waist Circumference
|Red Light / Green Light: Presenting Nutrition Information
|Fast Food: Not Much Better (But at Least No Worse)
|Grocery Shopping While Hungry
|Proceed with Caution
|Walnuts and Type 2 Diabetes
|How to Suppress Hunger
|Cooking in School has an Impact
|Financial Motivations for Weight Loss
|Mediterranean Diet and Esophageal Cancer
|Everybody Else Does It....
|The True "Heart Attack Proof" Diet
|Grocery Store Advertising Circulars
|When You Eat Might Matter After All
|Calories vs. Minutes
|Cooking Methods and Nutrients
|Whole Grains and Prediabetes
|Overweight vs. Obese: Body Mass Index and Risk of Death