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Obesity has become an epidemic, especially in The United States. An average of 300,000 Americans die each year and nearly 177 billion is spent on illnesses related to obesity.

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If you happen to be among the millions of people who are weight impaired, you may have already considered, or even tried many alternatives for losing weight...and you may still be seeking that one magic "remedy"...

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It is not too uncommon for adults to find themselves in there 30's and 40's with widening middles and a larger size hanging in the closet.

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Are you a Weight Watcher?

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/21/2006 | Fitness |

The decision to lose weight is not one that many people make lightly - excuse the pun. Often, it has been flitting around in the mind for years.

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Diabetes and Exercise

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/21/2006 | Fitness |

There are two main types of diabetes, type I and type II. Type I diabetes is characterized by the pancreas making too little or no insulin.

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Weighing-In On Low Carb Diets

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/21/2006 | Fitness |

With all of the conflicting studies and fuzzy interpretation of information, it's no wonder that confusion reigns when it comes to the value and safety of low-carb diets.

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