- September 1st, 2014
Millions of people struggle with appetite control and eating disturbances—but food addictions cannot be resolved with willpower alone. Those who suffer from chronic overeating are left on an anguishing rollercoaster ride of difficult emotions, social challenges, and destructive physical consequences.Controlling Appetite With Vitamin and Mineral SupplementsBy James Greenblatt, MD, with Virginia Ross-Taylor, PhD
- March 1st, 2013
The battle of the bulge is on … any movement on the scale yet? According to Jessica Bartfield, MD, here are the top four reasons why many dieters fail to lose weight.
- April 1st, 2009
If you can’t satisfy your hunger no matter how hard you try, crank up the intensity of your workouts. A new study from the UK says the more your routine gets you huffing and puffing, the less hungry you’ll feel. Why? You have two major appetite hormones: peptide YY (an appetite suppressor), and ghrelin (an appetite stimulator).By Nicole Duncan