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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|Cooking classes improve cooking confidence and behaviors
|The 5:2 diet - intermittent fasting - debunked
|Drinking coffee may reduce all-cause mortality
|When the low-carb hype doesn't add up
|Vitamin D supplements don't prevent cancer or heart disease
|Breakfast may not be as important as previously thought
|Legumes may help prevent diabetes
|More organic foods may mean less cancer, but the evidence isn't in
|Corn oil better for cholesterol than coconut oil
|The right fats help reduce age-related weight gain
|Red meat in a Mediterranean-style Diet
|Portion size and consumption, healthy foods edition
|'Resistant starch' does not improve glycemic control
|Live more robustly in later life with a Mediterranean Diet
|Beverages vs. food: the source of sugar matters
|A pre-pregnancy low-carb diet puts you at risk of gestational diabetes
|Evidence for moderation: carbohydrates
|A higher protein diet may increase risk of heart failure
|Take a doggy bag: eat less
|A breakfast to keep you satisfied
|Eating fish: how low can you go?
|Will your caffeine metabolism affect whether coffee is good for you?
|Is high blood pressure in pregnancy linked to later health risks?
|The BMI/Breast Cancer Paradox
|Gestational Diabetes Linked to Sugar-Sweetened Sodas
|Got IBD? A low-FODMAP diet may be for you
|Fresh vs. frozen vegetables: which is more nutritious?
|Can we reverse the effects of 'supersizing'?
|Take-out vs. made-from-scratch: weighing and pricing the options
|How NOT to do science: very low carbohydrate diets and Type 1 diabetes
|Low energy density foods keep you satisfied (and may help you lose weight)
|Fish also good for diabetics: confirming conventional wisdom
|Putting calories and sodium information on restaurant menus may backfire
|The next step in the fight against heart disease: teaching medical students how to cook
|Omega-3 supplements may not guard against heart attack
|Pasta still won't make you gain weight
|Testing resveratrol and curcumin as anti-inflammatories
|Should you consume additional protein to help maintain muscle mass?
|It's the quality of the carbohydrates that counts
|B vitamin supplements linked to lung cancer
|Genetically-based weight loss plans
|Eating more highly processed foods linked to greater risk of cancer
|Can you be fit and fat?
|'Burning hot' tea linked to esophageal cancer
|The paradox of front-of-package labeling
|Prevent stomach cancer by drinking green tea
|Mediterranean Diet may prevent asthma in children
|A clear link between sugary drinks and weight gain
|1 more reason to avoid Gestational Diabetes