The winter season has been brutal this year in many parts of the country. To stay warm, we bundle up in our homes and avoid outdoor activities, while surrounding ourselves with comfort food, which altogether can easily lead to weight gain. According to research from John Hopkins University, people can gain an average of five to seven unwanted pounds during the cold winter months. To help shed your winter coat, we’ve devised an easy-to-follow two-step weight loss plan for you.
Nobody wants to diet during the holidays, and we don’t blame you. It’s the time to enjoy the delicious food served at family gatherings, company parties, and other events. But while you might postpone your weight loss plans until the 1st of the year, Almased can still help you manage your weight during the upcoming holiday feasts.
Through their sponsorship of the World Diabetes Day in Germany, Almased seeks to increase awareness of alternative, non-medicinal therapies for diabetes and wants to encourage patients to fight their disease by means of lifestyle intervention.
St. Petersburg FL (Almased HQ) - During late October the Global Almased Science Team (GAST) held its quarterly meeting to review the progress and results from ongoing human studies designed to further correlate Almased usage with specific health and wellness benefit outcomes. Human studies like these add further insight into the why and how the qualities of the Almased product formulation support wellness in several key health areas and added to the already-existing research data base developed during the past twenty years.
The main causes for type-2-diabetes are a diet that is too high in calories, overweight and lack of exercise. The lifestyle disease has reached pandemic levels worldwide. But even though the news often comes as a shock for people affected by it: Being diagnosed with type-2-diabetes is a call to action. Many diabetes therapies are based on approaches that include medication. However, a targeted lifestyle change can help patients achieve a significant improvement. Part of this lifestyle intervention is losing excess weight.
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