Eating less fat cuts fat desire
- Q. How can I stop yoyo dieting? // Good Health (ACP Publishing PTY Limited);Sep2012, p34
The article presents an answer to a question on how to follow low-fat diet.
- HEALTHY DIET HINT. // Cosmopolitan;Nov2004, Vol. 237 Issue 5, p162
The article presents information related to diet. It states that steak fries tend to be lower in fat than shoestring or curly varieties because they do not absorb as much oil.
- Just the oil facts. Schmidt, Stephen // Nutrition Action Health Letter;Mar94, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p12
Presents facts on oils and fats. Caloric and fat contents of oils; Comparison of the caloric and trans fatty acid contents of butter and margarine; Cholesterol contents of fats; Nature of trans or unsaturated fats; Health aspects of olive oil; Comparison between canola oil and olive oil; Nature...
- A consumer's guide to fats. Mayfield, Eleanor // FDA Consumer;May94, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p15
Comments on the confusion about fats and cholesterol among some consumers and discusses the different kinds of fats and cholesterol and the related health implications. New regulations issued by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA); Triclycerides and VLDL; Learning from other cultures. ...
- urban legends: skin edition! Warren, Emily Kate // Cosmo Girl;Oct2007, Vol. 9 Issue 8, p58
This article denounces several myths about skin care. It is not true that basking in the sun clears up breakouts. The sun can dry out the skin, which is one may notice that it looks a little clearer initially, but it is not healing anything. Extensive research shows that oil one put in the mouth...
- Withdrawal from free-choice high-fat high-sugar diet induces craving only in obesity-prone animals. Pickering, Chris; Alsi�, Johan; Hulting, Anna-Lena; Schi�th, Helgi // Psychopharmacology;Jun2009, Vol. 204 Issue 3, p431
Vulnerability for weight gain is an individual trait. Obese people undertake dieting, but permanent weight loss is difficult to attain due to repeated phases of relapse to excess consumption. In this study, male Wistar rats were trained to operantly self-administer pellets followed by...
- Small changes, big impact. Levin, Amelia // Health (Time Inc.);Apr2007, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p157
The article offers tips on healthy eating. Food substitutions are offered including replacing meat in soup or salad with edamame. Research shows the soybeans may protect against breast and colon cancers. Other advice includes swapping butter or oil in desserts with the same amount of unsweetened...
- The dietary dilemma. Richards, Valerie // Nutrition Health Review: The Consumer's Medical Journal;1996, Issue 78, p14
Presents questions and answers on diet. Alternatives to carcinogenic laxatives; Health aspects of butter and margarine; Information on safety and efficacy of vitamin supplements.
- Fatty diets a cancer risk for men. // Environmental Nutrition;Jan1994, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p7
Reveals that men who have diets high in animal fat increase their risk of getting prostate cancer. Study of 51,000 men aged 40 through 75; Effect of red meat on health; High-risk foods; Intake of cancer-causing compounds found in cooked meat.