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Obesity Is Not an Outward Sign of Poor Health, Nutrisystem Experts Say

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Being overweight is not necessarily synonymous with diabetes, cholesterol, heart or respiratory failure, and other metabolic abnormalities. A recent study published in the European Heart Journal shows that, among the obese, some are much healthier than those whose weight is normal. It was not known whether they followed a regimen similar to the Nutrisystem meals. According to a study of 43,265 participants between 1979 and 2003, 46% of of those with obesity have a good metabolism. Even more amazing, their risk of developing cardiovascular disease was similar to subjects with…read more

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French vs. Americans: Who Has the Best Nutrisystem Food?

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Stop the myths! No, the Americans do not eat more than the French. It””s hard to believe, yet the study by CREDOC makes it official that, across the Atlantic, young people over 15 pretty much have the same calorie intake as the French (2095.3 kcal / day for the French against 2073.2 kcal / day for the Americans). It is not known whether those on dietary regimens like Nutrisystem”s were taken into consideration. However, the differences in consumption was not discounted. In its September 2012 issue, the Research Centre for…read more

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Nutrition: Creating a Balanced Nutrisystem Snack

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Snacks are one of the four meals taken daily, along with breakfast, lunch, or dinner, particularly by children. It is also helpful for pregnant women and the elderly, and corresponds to a nourishing break for some adults. This helps explain why dietary programs like those of Nutrisystem include repasts. Snack foods complement the three other meals to meet nutritional needs (energy, calcium, among others), especially if lunch was shunned. Snacking also allows one to meet an emotional need: a time to relax after school. The ideal composition for nutritional needs…read more

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Nutrisystem Experts say Alcohol-Free Wine is Good for the Heart and Arteries!

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According to a study published in Circulation Research (American Heart Association), red wine without alcohol reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease. Does this mean it should be included in nutritional programs like Nutrisystem. By the way, have you seen the latest┬áNutrisystem promo code? Soft wine is good for health Marketed for a decade now, the alcoholic wine has some health properties, especially red wine. A study of 67 men with diabetes or cardiovascular anomalies found red wine could reduce blood pressure. The risk of cardiac arrest would be narrowed by…read more

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