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shine.yahoo.com — “here are some foods which are very easy to digest and do not produce harmful toxins, starch or fat. These foods are natural and not processed foods which makes it easy to digest in the stomach. These foods get digested quickly and also help to…” View full resource at shine.yahoo.com
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diet-trends.suite101.com — “Going on a crash diet is never advised, as it doesn't work for everyone. Diets that work best are healthy diet plans that incorporate healthy eating habits.” View full resource at diet-trends.suite101.com
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cbsnews.com — “CBS News video: Artificial sweeteners and weight loss - Millions of Americans use artificial sweeteners to try to lose weight. But do they work? The American Heart Association is weighing in on the debate, reports CBS News' Teresa Garcia.” View full resource at cbsnews.com
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livestrong.com — “Decaf Coffee For Weight Loss. Decaffeinated coffee is often chosen as a healthier alternative to regular coffee. Caffeinated drinks may contribute to insomnia, anxiety and feeling jittery, according to dietitia...” View full resource at livestrong.com
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news.harvard.edu — “Experts on the use of bariatric surgery for the treatment of obesity gathered at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study earlier this month for a two-day seminar examining new evidence that stomach surgery for the treatment of obesity has unexpected side effects, including an increased incidence of alcohol abuse among patients.” View full resource at news.harvard.edu
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