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'General Hospital's' Genie Francis on Losing Weight and Loving Life 'General Hospital's' Genie Francis on Losing Weight and Loving Life
'General Hospital's Genie Francis is one of America's most beloved soap opera stars. She dishes great weight loss secrets here that you can really use in her interview with Stephanie Stephens. If you want to know how to lose weight and live happier overall, Genie's here to help.
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Plant-Based Diet For a Long, Healthy Life Plant-Based Diet For a Long, Healthy Life
It's easy and delicious to eat more whole plants, says registered dietitian Sharon Palmer, who shows us how in this Mind Your Body TV episode. Cut down on red meats to protect your heart, reduce risk of Type 2 diabetes, inflammation, metabolic syndrome, cancer and obesity.
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How You Can Lose Weight and Keep It Off How You Can Lose Weight and Keep It Off
Being a healthy baby boomer includes controlling your weight, since extra pounds bring extra chronic medical conditions. A strong doctor-patient relationship can help lose pounds, as can understanding why you overeat. Recent studies suggest that high carbohydrate foods may cause you to want more of the same, Dr. Peter Vash tells Mind Your Body TV.
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Why Bariatric Surgery Works For Weighty Issues Why Bariatric Surgery Works For Weighty Issues
We're talking weight loss or bariatric surgery here, because frankly, for many people it is the last option. They've developed comorbid conditions that put their health at risk. In his new book, 'Weighty Issues, Getting the Skinny on Weight Loss Surgery,' Dr. Scott Cunneen of Cedar Sinai explains why weight loss surgery is the right choice, and he also shares the details in this Mind Your Body TV video.
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Get the Skinny on Weight Loss Surgery For You Get the Skinny on Weight Loss Surgery For You
Obesity is the number one killer behind cancer and other comorbidities, and approximately 200,000 people underwent bariatric or weight loss surgery last year. Dr. Scott Cunneen of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center explains different types of bariatric surgery, plus their risks and benefits. Reducing hunger is the first priority, but undergoing a procedure also entails a complete lifestyle and attitude change.
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Eat Smart For Better Energy and Health Eat Smart For Better Energy and Health
Maybe you've noticed you can't go all day without eating or maybe you can't even go three hours without eating. You surely can't work out without eating. Ashley Koff, R. D., dispenses more sound and simple nutritional advice in this second Mind Your Body TV episode, this one about the energy equation, for who doesn't want more energy?
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Healthy Food Shopping Tips For Boomers Healthy Food Shopping Tips For Boomers
A once-simple trip to the grocery store can be a dizzying experience, one which also places more responsibility on boomers to be highly informed shoppers, says internationally-known Ashley Koff, R. D. She's on what she calls her 'qualitarian' mission, which doesn't include bad-for-you processed foods. Be a smart, healthy shopper and avoid some of the nearly 10,000 new processed-food products introduced each year with plenty of savvy marketing punch behind them--for you really are what you eat!
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How You Can Be Healthy, Sexy, Happy How You Can Be Healthy, Sexy, Happy
It's not too late for baby boomer women to change for the better. Author Nancy Deville tells Mind Your Body TV how boomers can achieve optimal body composition without "dieting," avoid or reverse accelerated aging, care for and nourish the brain, manage insomnia and benefit from practicing self-compassion. Eat real, whole, living foods are foods that were consumed 150 years ago before factory products were invented and introduced. Eat foods that you could pick, gather, milk, hunt or fish.
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Why the Mediterranean Diet Is Best For You Why the Mediterranean Diet Is Best For You
The Mediterranean diet 'pyramid' stacks like this: The teeny top part is meat and sweets, then poultry, eggs, cheese and yogurt, then fish and seafood and then, important stuff like fruits, vegetables, whole grains, olive oil, legumes, beans and nuts. Base every meal on the last category, and you could not only reduce your heart disease risk, but risk of cancer, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases. Restaurateur Zov Karamardian shows Mind Your Body TV how to make a yummy Greek salad.
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Quick Tip

Try to always be a day ahead in your cooking. If you follow this rule, then, when you get home from work, the family dinner will be waiting for you, rather than everyone waiting on supper. While you are heating up the meal you can be preparing for the next, or you can wait until everyone is fed before working on tomorrow. This puts the power back into your own hands by allowing you to cook when it best suits you while eliminating the stress caused by rushing.


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