How Are Diet Sodas Marketed To Men?

Successful dieting demands real food

Up until fairly recently in American culture, men didn’t diet. I mean, many of them probably did, but it wasn’t something that most men would admit to. Dieting for the purpose of losing weight was seen as a uniquely female pastime. And the behaviors around dieting were mainly limited to cutting calories: eating a half grapefruit for breakfast, dry salad with cottage cheese for lunch, maybe a broiled chicken breast and some consomme for dinner.
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Maybe Betabeat will get in on this bodyhacking jazz? Surely, it will be much better for our energy levels than gorging on free pizza. So how do these guys do it? “I spend $300,000 hacking myself,” grown man Dave Asprey toldNYMag , dead ass serious. “It was blood work, cholesterol tests, garcinia cambogia scans, looking at my diet to figure out http://finance.yahoo.com/news/garcinia-cambogia-extract-investigation-now-190000760.html why I’d lose 50 pounds and have it come back.” Okay so no thanks on that one.
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Wow, Tech Nerds Take Dieting Really Seriously

As a culture, in fact, it has been said that we have a national eating disorder: our obsession with healthy eating. The person who made this observation was Michael Pollan, the food journalist, activist and author. Pollan is also the author of what is perhaps the best advice on healthy eating: Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants. By this, he has explained, he means, first, eat real food not any food with more than five ingredients or ingredients that you cant pronounce, or food that your great-grandmother wouldnt recognize, or food that wont eventually rot.
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No Dieting, No Exercise and Garcinia Cambogia Still Manages Weight Loss

Garcinia cambogia has the distinction of being featured on a popular weight loss show which seems to have added to its popularity. Garcinia cambogia is a small fruit that is native to countries like India. It is clinically proven to suppress appetite and prevent fat production in the body which makes it an excellent weight loss supplement. Clinical trials have shown that HCA present in garcinia cambogia inhibits an enzyme that converts carbohydrates into fat in the body. This prevents fat production within the body.
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Side-step Healthy-eating Obstacles During The Holidays

Watsonville market makeover pure garcinia cambogia promotes healthy eating

Stay-healthy strategy: If decadent holiday treats are your downfall, make room in your diet for them. Allow yourself one small treat per day, but plan for it by eliminating something else, and be sure to account for the carbs. If http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/garcinia-cambogia-extract—crucial-data-released-231403591.html it’s too tempting to keep treats in your house, say “no thanks” next time or, if you do give in, share some with a friend. The challenge: A decadent buffet spread at your friend’s annual holiday party. Stay-healthy strategy: Don’t graze.
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Nontraditional approach keeps family-owned  gym business fit

A new refrigerator case by the entry holds plastic take-out containers of fruit and yogurt and chopped vegetables. “It’s the healthy zone,” said Roxanne Harrison, United Way project coordinator. Less healthy snacks haven’t disappeared, but for the most part, they’ve been relegated to less visible. Candy bars sit behind glass in a case at the end of the front counter, but honey sticks fill containers next to the cash register. On one stand, baked chips are at eye level while fried snacks are less noticeable underneath. In addition to the changes inside the store, a colorful mural of fruits, vegetables and flowers designed by eighth-grader Meiya Lin Sparks under the direction of muralist Arturo Thomae adorns the building’s facade. Ramirez said he’s not finished.
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