Tag Archives: Obesity
Fill Your Plate’s Collection of Weight Loss Articles
By Sarah Hunt, AZFB Communications Intern Many, if not most of us, tend to compare ourselves to others who we believe are “naturally” skinny, or born with a fast metabolism, etc. When in reality, EVERYONE is working on … Continue reading
Ketogenic Diet and Obesity
By recent ASU nutrition student Alysia Nelson Part of an ongoing series of articles on the Ketogenic Diet There is an epidemic across the United States, known as obesity. Obesity is linked to the increased risk of numerous … Continue reading
The Connection Between Childhood Obesity and Chronic Diseases
By Jessica Bombase, Recent ASU Nutrition Student 1 in 5 “school-aged” children are obese, according to the CDC. This statistic really scares me. This is one too many children being overweight and unhealthy in the early stage of life. In … Continue reading
Can Eating Possibly Lead to a Breakthrough for Obesity and Eating Behaviors?
By Jessica Bombase, Recent Arizona State University Nutrition Student First off, for clarification lets break down some keywords that we will encounter in this article that will help us understand what is being discussed: What are endorphins? A natural chemical … Continue reading
Can Prunes Help Whittle Your Waistline?
If most of us think of prunes at all, we think of them as something senior citizens eat because of their high fiber content. But a new study may have everyone talking about prunes as the next weight loss “superfood”. … Continue reading