Katie gives us an update on the progress of her weight loss and journey to get healthy!
Chemical, or toxic, ingredients in processed food cause hormonal imbalances and damage your immune system and metabolism.
Research now shows that through nutrition and lifestyle change, you can turn on and off certain “switches” in your DNA and change your body.
Cholesterol problems can lead to health issues, such as diabetes, dementia and muscle pain, among others.
Drinking a can of diet pop a day results in a person being 3 times more likely to have a stroke or dementia.
Most of the weight gain after 40 comes in the center belly area.
Yo-yo dieting causes a loss of muscle mass, not fat.
You will want to have at least 2 to 3 cups of water about an hour before a workout.
Research now shows obesity also significantly changes your hormones.
More than 400,000 deaths can be attributed to unhealthy diets annually.
Strawberries topped the list with over 20 different pesticide residues on it.
Stress can have a negative effect on where fat is being stored.
Fresh fruits and vegetables are packed with antioxidants and phytochemicals, which can improve health immensely.
Millions of people deal with sleep deprivation.
Katie was live at Dr. Shayesteh’s office to talk about losing weight, and how to keep it off one year after Weigh Loss Wednesday.
Dr. Shayesteh joined 33 WYTV Daybreak to explain why we overeat and all of the factors that go into it.
Anything that happens in your gut is going to affect your entire health.
Recent studies show stress can directly increase the risk of heart disease..
Cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death in the United States.
One out of every three adults in the United States has pre-diabetes.
Obesity is the basic foundation of almost all chronic diseases that people can get, both physical and mental.
The problem with weight loss via these methods is that the weight loss tends to come from muscle loss, not fat.
Dr. Shayesteh says that one of the best ways to succeed is by asking yourself a simple question, “Why should I change my lifestyle?”
Research shows that 50% of all forms of cancer can be prevented by a change in nutrition
Research shows that it can be as simple as a type of gene you have.
Research shows that losing weight without proper nutrition or lifestyle changes leads to over 95% regain of all the lost weight, plus 10 to …
Obesity has increased by over 129 percent in the last 20 years.
Weight loss involves multiple factors, but the number one cause of weight gain is the body’s need to balance energy.
One-in-eight women will experience some type of breast cancer in their life.
The immune system is the backbone of good health.