Definitions for "Problems Caused By Being Overweight"
Keywords:  dhea, vegetarian, keto, nutrition, diet
Recommendation Plant-Based Nutrition"...The one dietary behavior most associated with an expanding waistline was high meat consumption and the dietary behavior most strongly associated with a loss of abdominal fat was high vegetable consumption..."
Relationship to Stress"... Carbohydrates are often the craved foods because they increase levels of serotonin in the brain, which has a calming effect and helps induce sleep..." Recommendation Low/Decreased Carbohydrate Diet"More and more researchers are citing insulin as the main culprit in weight gain and expound the benefits of a diet low in carbohydrates..." Recommendation High/Increased Protein Diet"An excellent book to read on the benefits gained from an adequate (not high) protein diet is "Protein Power: The High-Protein/Low Carbohydrate Way to Lose Weight, Feel Fit, and Boost Your Health-in Just Weeks!" by Michael and Mary Eades..." Recommendation Plant-Based Nutrition"...What did she find? "Basically, they're eating the opposite of a high-protein, low carbohydrate diet," Fletcher reported..."
Recommendation DHEA"7-Keto DHEA supplements, at a dose of 200mg per day in adults 25 to 55 years of age has been shown in a double-blind trial to enhance weight loss, aid in the reduction of body fat and effect thyroid hormone..."
The Condition"...smoking, alcohol consumption, lack of exercise, a change in life-style, more energy intake than energy expenditure (taking into account resting metabolic expenditure), environmental factors, salt/ potassium retention, hidden food allergies, major depression/anxiety/other psychological, medical illness, medications, during and after pregnancy, cultural (perceptions on obesity), and socioeconomic..."
The Condition"...Two proposed mechanisms underlying this correlation are the stimulation of sodium retention and increased catecholamine release, which are results of increased sodium sensitivity and hyperinsulinemia..."
Relationship to Breast Cancer"...Harvard researchers studied breast cancer risk among postmenopausal women who had never used hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and found even greater risks, with larger-waisted women appearing to be 88% more likely to develop breast cancer than..."