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New Research Makes a Strong Case for a Personalized Approach to Weight Loss and Nutrition

“One size fits all” approaches such as using the food pyramid to illustrate the ideal quantity and types of food have been ineffective and, instead, resulted in what the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) calls an “obesity epidemic.”   Over the years and despite their best intentions, nutrition specialists have largely failed to help children and adults develop healthier eating habits, including consuming less red meat and reducing salt. “One size fits all” approaches such as using the food pyramid to illustrate the ideal quantity and types of food have been ineffective and, instead, resulted in what the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) calls an “obesity epidemic.” In a recent European study entitled “Food4Me”, 1,607 adults across seven countries were randomized to one of four treatment groups. In addition to a control group which was given conventional dietary

A Great First Impression Starts with a Younger Looking Face – Dermal Fillers Can Help

For me, the human face is the most important subject of the cinema. ~Ingmar Bergman The human face has always fascinated artists and scientists. Beauty, sadness and the entire continuum of human emotions are immediately evident from a brief glimpse of a face. A person’s face communicates on a basic level. For example, even seconds after being born, babies begin the process of facial recognition so complicated that even computer scientists are just beginning to understand it. Health and vitality – both critical to making a positive first impression – are perceived by others based on facial appearance. No one wants bags around the eyes or mouth, wrinkles on the forehead or dull, gray facial skin tone. However, many cringe at the thought of undergoing plastic surgery.  For these individuals, non-surgical dermal fillers might be the answer to a more healthy-looking face. Are you ready to have a younger-looking

The Best Gifts for Men and Their New Self-Image on Fathers Day

Every year, on the third Sunday in June, families around the world say thanks to dear old dad. While not as widely celebrated as Mother’s Day, the day has taken on more significance recently, especially since the “baby boomers” began having children of their own. Why? The reasons are simultaneously simple and complex.  Basically, in the past 60 years, men have changed. The men who made up the “Greatest Generation” – those who went off to fight World War II – didn’t see themselves as nurturing parents. Their job, as they perceived it, was to be a good provider for the family. Before World War II, child-rearing was pretty much left to the mother of the family to manage. All that changed when the male baby boomers grew up and realized how much they missed having a real father figure. These men,

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