Press Releases with tag "TurboCharged"
Approximately One in Three Americans Has Pre-diabetes, CDC Says
Health experts encourage lifestyle programs that stress dietary changes and moderate-intensity physical activity.
“Everything in Moderation” Is Bad Diet Philosophy, Researchers Say
Even small amounts of soda or slice of chocolate cake might have a bigger effect on your health than you think.
Baby Boomers Living Longer But Not Healthier, Researchers Claim
Boomer generation health experts Dian Griesel, Ph.D., and Tom Griesel, stress importance of immediate action.
U.S. Ranks Last Among 16 Developed Nations in Lifespan and Illness, Report Finds
TurboCharged co-authors say optimal body composition and health is not rocket science.
Eighty Percent of Heart Disease Is Preventable, Say Mayo Clinic Researchers
Researchers agree, never too late to make healthy and positive diet and lifestyle changes.
Obesity May Cause Lower Levels of Vitamin D, Say British Researchers
Study sheds light on previous school of thought and possible health implications.
Berry Consumption Linked to Reduction in Heart Attack Risk
High levels of flavonoid subclass, anthocyanins, might help dilate arteries and counter plaque buildup.
Few Americans Aware of Obesity’s Detrimental Effects, Poll Finds
Boomer generation health experts Dian Griesel, Ph.D., and Tom Griesel: "Our health is our responsibility."
American Adults Getting Substantial Calories from Alcohol, Researchers Report
The National Center for Health Statistics reported late last year that on average American adults drink in 100 calories daily from beer, wine and other alcoholic beverages.
Tea Consumption Found to Be Beneficial for Older Drinkers
A recent study by Duke University researchers showed a beneficial effect for tea consumption for older individuals residing in China.
Five Diet Books Offer the Gift of Health This Holiday Season
Many Americans want to shed excess pounds or know someone who does. The books below were written to stave off holiday weight gain and let readers keep their resolutions to get in shape.
Flavanols from Chocolate Aid Cognition of Elderly, Study Suggests
A recent study in the journal Hypertension found that elderly people with mild cognitive impairment who were given dietary flavanols from chocolate did better on cognition tests.
Half of American Adults Will Be Obese by 2030, Say Researchers
Report projects health care related costs to reach $2.7 trillion.
No Link Between Fish Oil Supplements and Lower Heart Attack Rates, Researchers Say
Findings based on 20 study review of Omega-3 PUFA supplementation, covering almost 70,000 participants.
Berries Can Lower Risk of Parkinson’s Disease, Say Researchers
Harvard School of Public Health study targets specific class of flavonoid consumption as key factor.
TurboCharged Stays Firm as a Top-Selling Kindle Health Book
#3 Best Kindle Seller in Exercise & Fitness Category, #6 Best Kindle Seller in Diets & Weight Loss Category, #7 Best Kindle Seller in Health, Fitness & Dieting Category
TurboCharged Takes Top Spots as Amazon Best Selling Diet and Nutrition Book
Today Show segment on Joy Fit Club with Kathie Lee and Hoda, highlights man's 150-pound weight loss journey and skyrockets sales.
Mayo Clinic Study Identifies Belly Fat as Particularly Unhealthy
Ratio of body fat to lean body mass critical identifier for higher risk of cardiovascular death.
Researchers Find No Benefits to Calorie Restriction in Rhesus Monkeys
Findings of 23-year study contradict earlier studies that suggest benefits.
Are You Ready to Get De-Hypnotized?
Achieving peak performance by deprogramming automated reactions and responses through self-hypnosis.
Almonds Can Be Healthy Part of Fat-Loss Program, Researchers Find
Recent Temple University study found, including almonds in weigh loss plan had no negative impact on results when compared to avoiding nuts.
Latest US Obesity Statistics Find Link Between Poverty and Being Overweight
State-by-state obesity statistics released. Top 10 dominated by states with low income levels.
Infants’ Diet Affects Their IQ by Age Eight, Say Researchers
Recent study from the University of Adelaide found that infants’ early diet can make a noticeable difference in IQ.
Stomach “Pacemaker” Approved for Weight Loss in Europe
A stomach “pacemaker” for weight loss has recently been approved for use in Britain and is available in most other European Union countries.
Potential Link Found Between Early Diet Choices and Eating Disorders in Girls
Researchers found the percentage of carbohydrate and fat consumption by girls around age 11 seemed to predict increases in body dissatisfaction by age 14.