Relevant or Related Weight Loss Research

The studies below have no relationship with NutriMost or Weight Loss Direct, but may have interest due to weight loss relevance and other factors. A. RESEARCH INVOLVING LOW CALORIE DIETS (approx.. 800 calories) There has been various relevant research studies in which...

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Why Do We Crave Carbs?

We don't need to understand every little, tiny, minuscule detail of why our bodies do what they do and why they don't do what we think they should do. Simply knowing a few basics about nutrition and how foods metabolize in our body is a great place to start if you...

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New Year’s Health Resolutions

Let’s be honest. Every year, millions of people add “improved health” to their New Year’s resolutions, and within a month (U.S. News & World Report says 80% of new year’s resolutions fail by February) we’re back to where we started. Today, we’re here to share with...

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12 Healthy Holiday Eating Tips!

12 Healthy Holiday Eating Tips!

The holiday season is the most wonderful time of the year. From spending time with extended family to seeing friends that are visiting home, it’s a time that many people look forward to every year. Unfortunately, too many people dread the holidays each year because...

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Understanding How Digestion Works.

Digestion in the body is a complex combination of biological interactions and chemical reactions. Our GI tract is split into 2 halves – the Upper half which includes the mouth, esophagus, stomach, and duodenum. The Lower half includes our small and large intestines....

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Are You Magnesium Deficient?

Up to 75% of Americans are not meeting their recommended intake of magnesium. Magnesium is needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body. It is the 4th most abundant mineral in the body and 2nd most common intracellular cation (positively charged ion)...

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Vitamin D and the Role of Magnesium

The latest research published in the American Journal of Osteopathic medicine shows that when magnesium levels are low, vitamin D cannot be metabolized properly and can actually be detrimental to your health by increasing calcium and phosphate which can result in...

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