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Will Your Diet Start Monday? Try The ‘non-diet Diet’

For the new year, if you’ve been struggling with your weight, you might turn to a new diet for help with shedding pounds. So what will it be in 2018? Weight Watchers? Paleo? Jenny Craig? Low-carb? Some nutritionists say rather than jumping on the latest diet bandwagon or trend, it’s time to consider embracing a “non-diet diet” — basically a set of guiding principles that can help you lose weight and keep it off for good. “A non-diet diet is for anyone who has ever said ‘The diet starts Monday,’ ” said Brooke Alpert, a registered dietitian and author of “The Diet Detox: Why Your Diet is Making You Fat and What to Do About It.” “It’s a lifestyle approach to healthy eating.” What’s wrong with diets The problem with most diets, according to Alpert, is that they have an “expiration date.” “Whether it’s one day, 10 days, 30 days or 45 days — with an end date, you are setting yourself up for failure and for the never-ending yo-yo dieting cycle,” she said. For example, if you’ve been forbidden from eating bread, “even a stale bread basket looks amazing,” said Alpert. And once you’ve been deprived of the foods you love, you are more suscepti Continue reading >>

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  1. Northerner

    Ebola and West Nile virus are capitalized. But why? Not every disease is. Here’s a quick explanation, drawn from style guides and assorted other readings:
    Diseases named after regions are capitalized.
    Ebola is the name of a river in Zaire, and it was near the Ebola River that the virus first caused disease in humans. Thus, the disease became known as the Ebola virus.
    West Nile in West Nile virus is capitalized for a similar reason: It was first found in a patient in the West Nile district of northern Uganda.
    Diseases named after people are capitalized.
    Some disease names are capitalized because they are named after the person who discovered them. For example, Alzheimer’s disease is named after a German doctor named Alois Alzheimer, and Down’s syndrome is named after a British doctor named John Langdon Down.
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/poste...8/why-ebola-is-capitalized-but-diabetes-isnt/

  2. KookyCat

    Never mind the capitals, diabetes means to "cross over"? That can't be good PR for our darling condition, I'm suddenly overtaken by the image of the lady from Poltergeist beckoning me into the light

  3. Redkite

    Diabetes doesn't mean "to pass over". It is a Greek word meaning "syphon", which I suppose could be loosely translated as "pass through". The full name for the disease being "diabetes mellitus", ie sugar syphon - since the doctors of the time tasted sweetness in the patients' urine.

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The Baffling Rise Of Goop

In an interview with Goop.com, Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle company, a former cable-television technician named Clint Ober explained the practice of “earthing,” or walking barefoot on the ground. What he seemed to draw from his experience in cable systems was that, not unlike live wires, humans’ electrical charges could be neutralized through contact with the earth. Doing so, he explained, “prevents inflammation-related health disorders”: It’s intuitive that—like in a cable system—grounding would neutralize any charge in the body. After grounding myself, and a few friends who had arthritic-type health disorders, I became convinced that grounding could reduce chronic pain. To help readers reap these supposed health benefits without having to touch their bare feet to the ground, the Goop article provides a link to bedsheets and mats that can be plugged into the grounding port of an electrical outlet. One queen-sized sheet goes for $200. The post claims several people in the Goop “community”—including “GP” herself—swear by earthing for “everything from inflammation and arthritis to insomnia to depression.” But Truth in Advertising, a consumer-advocacy Continue reading >>

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  1. buggle

    Which is correct?
    type 1 diabetes
    or
    Type 1 Diabetes

  2. manic4titans

    I am not an English teacher but I think Type 1 Diabetes. It is a proper name of a disease, wouldn't you think? I probably type it 5 different ways because I get in a hurry and don't really care as long as I convey my message. ha!

  3. Jordansmom

    Buggle, Jordan finds this thread funny because you're calling for the grammar police and didn't capitalize "calling".
    In the Pink Panther Book its lower case, "type 1 diabetes".

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Get Moving For Your Health

Our happiness is predetermined ~ 50% by genes. This leaves us with a huge opportunity to take action to smile, or want to smile, more often. Overall our brain is like a muscle, the more we influence happiness, the more likely or more easily it can be to attain. You see, happiness is part of a chemical process of neurons and dopamine receptors. If we don’t exercise doing things that enlighten our mood, those receptors can decrease with time and age. Thankfully here we can hit 2 birds with one stone here! Aerobic exercise is one of the best ways to improve mood. Not only can we look at activity for fitness, heart health, and weight loss, but overall we can improve our happiness and mental health too. Therefore, maybe weight loss should move to way wayside, and overall mental and physical health should be capitalized? Not a bad idea and research proves that focusing on health, in general, is better and more productive than focusing on losing weight. As someone with diabetes, exercise impacts my blood sugar control, but that doesn’t hold me back from doing interval training, yoga and heavy lifting weekly. Also, I asked a few friends from “Females with Type 1 Diabetes, Type 1 Diab Continue reading >>

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  1. Northerner

    Ebola and West Nile virus are capitalized. But why? Not every disease is. Here’s a quick explanation, drawn from style guides and assorted other readings:
    Diseases named after regions are capitalized.
    Ebola is the name of a river in Zaire, and it was near the Ebola River that the virus first caused disease in humans. Thus, the disease became known as the Ebola virus.
    West Nile in West Nile virus is capitalized for a similar reason: It was first found in a patient in the West Nile district of northern Uganda.
    Diseases named after people are capitalized.
    Some disease names are capitalized because they are named after the person who discovered them. For example, Alzheimer’s disease is named after a German doctor named Alois Alzheimer, and Down’s syndrome is named after a British doctor named John Langdon Down.
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/poste...8/why-ebola-is-capitalized-but-diabetes-isnt/

  2. KookyCat

    Never mind the capitals, diabetes means to "cross over"? That can't be good PR for our darling condition, I'm suddenly overtaken by the image of the lady from Poltergeist beckoning me into the light

  3. Redkite

    Diabetes doesn't mean "to pass over". It is a Greek word meaning "syphon", which I suppose could be loosely translated as "pass through". The full name for the disease being "diabetes mellitus", ie sugar syphon - since the doctors of the time tasted sweetness in the patients' urine.

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