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  • obese people
  • What saddens me most is the way obese people are stereotyped, scapegoated, teased, prejudiced against, discriminated against, judged, shunned, scorned, excluded, and are the constant victim of bullying and hate crimes--all with complete impunity for the perpetrators. (veganbodybuilding.com)
  • So it unquestionably existed and there were numerous obese people in the past long before sodium nitrate, hormones, etc. were added to food or animal feed. (cnn.com)
  • Skip
  • When you skip breakfast, you may feel ravenous later and be tempted to reach for an unhealthy snack, such as sweets or high calorie items from a vending machine. (mamashealth.com)
  • obesity
  • Marlene Schwartz is Deputy Director of the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at Yale University School of Medicine where some of the best studies into unhealthy advertising have been carried out. (abc.net.au)
  • What about calories because you can still - the overall calorie intake could have been the same and therefore the impact on their obesity, so they might have been getting better micro-nutrition but they might still have had the same obesity potential because in the healthy group they were loading up fruit but still taking a lot of calories. (abc.net.au)
  • Many people overlook childhood obesity, but according to the National Association of Children's Hospitals, childhood obesity has tripled since 1980. (writework.com)
  • The macro-environment we are living promotes obesity in all age groups of people. (cnn.com)
  • They ask questions like, "Don't you think shaming people could help combat the obesity epidemic? (psychologytoday.com)
  • consumption
  • But I never figured she would join the ranks of ex-vegetarians, so I asked her to jot down a few words about why she originally gave up the consumption of flesh and why she now feels compelled to change her veggie ways. (psychologytoday.com)
  • often
  • Women and older people less often feel healthy. (cbs.nl)
  • People suffering from back problems less often feel healthy. (cbs.nl)
  • People with chronic diseases more often feel unhealthy, in particular those who suffer from more than one chronic condition. (cbs.nl)
  • The group experience often creates a sense of belonging that helps survivors feel less alone and more understood. (cancer.net)
  • The resurgence of urbanism - the desire to live and work in dense, compact central cities - in 21st century North America and Europe is often attributed to the inherent value of bringing diverse and talented people together in close proximity, which generates economic and cultural creativity. (spacing.ca)
  • But these measures were not enough to keep the city healthy - demographic studies of European cities before the Industrial Revolution have shown that often more people died there than were born, and they only maintained and increased their population through in-migration from the countryside. (spacing.ca)
  • Before the industrial era, wealthy people who lived and worked in cities often also kept a residence in the countryside, which they would go to especially during the summer to escape the heat (heat that also intensified the effects of urban pollution). (spacing.ca)
  • But they would return to the city for the business season because of all the advantages of urban living - as a place for business, politics and cultural activity (wealthy people who lived and worked in the country also often kept city residences for the same reason). (spacing.ca)
  • start
  • Do you ever feel like you have the potential to do great things with your life, but just aren't sure how to start? (lifehack.org)
  • Simply grab your cup of oats and top with fruit, nuts, or a dollop of nonfat yogurt for a healthy start to your day. (nuts.com)
  • work
  • Our Healthier Communities Initiatives are built on the concept that local communities can work together to give all community members healthy choices and support the pursuit of healthy lifestyles. (ymca.net)
  • From work, to relationships, the way we feel about ourselves determines how successful we will be. (pickthebrain.com)
  • We are really a nation of mucus troopers, with people more likely to go to work when ill than stay at home when well. (worksmart.org.uk)
  • It takes more of a stable view, and not as much of 'let's discover the new thing…' So, inevitably those people either can't work on the cool new thing that they have, and they leave. (geekwire.com)
  • Although there are several jobs that call for physical activity, people who are working at desks and in cubicles all day need to make time for physical activity outside of work. (sooperarticles.com)
  • They also demonstrated that adverse selection could be limited by selling insurance to people who didn't really need it - people who were healthy enough to work. (statnews.com)
  • When people feel valued, respected and satisfied in their jobs and work in safe, healthy environments, they are more likely to be more productive and committed to their work. (ccohs.ca)
  • helps
  • Physical activity helps you develop an overall healthy lifestyle. (aafp.org)
  • That's why the ACA includes the individual mandate: By requiring people to purchase coverage, the ACA helps insurance companies spread risk and keep insurance affordable. (statnews.com)
  • studies
  • Studies have found that with more availability of healthy choices, the demand for healthier items increases, although this effect was not consistently significant over time across studies. (ymca.net)
  • The researchers looked at over half a million people from 50 previous studies on the Mediterranean diet , which included people in Spain, Greece, the U.S., France, Sweden, Italy and Australia, among other countries. (cnn.com)
  • mean
  • Just because you feel "okay" after that first shot does not mean you should immediately drink four more. (lifehack.org)
  • cancer
  • Read more about healthy living after cancer . (cancer.net)
  • Trusted, compassionate information for people with cancer and their families and caregivers, from the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), the voice of the world's cancer physicians and oncology professionals. (cancer.net)
  • time
  • i feel extremely healthy now, and i eat all the time. (veganbodybuilding.com)
  • I had much more free time, I was visiting some of the most beautiful places in the world, I was meeting new people left and right, I was calm and peaceful and otherwise having an unforgettable time, and somehow it cost me much less than my humble 9-5 lifestyle here in one of Canada's least expensive cities. (raptitude.com)
  • I was hungry all the time and never felt satisfied. (eatliverun.com)
  • thousand
  • From the ruins of Monte Albán, with the verdant valleys of Oaxaca spread out at your feet, it's hard not to imagine what the Zapotec people saw when they built these structures almost three thousand years ago. (esquire.com)
  • children
  • So the first year of the study we looked at cereals and what we did was collect information about how much exposure children had to each of the different brands of cereals on television and we did that by purchasing data from Nielsen and then we looked at the nutrition value of each brand of cereal and we analysed it to see how healthy it was according to standard measures. (abc.net.au)
  • So anyway we decided that we were going to do an empirical study to test what they were telling us that children won't eat the healthy cereals. (abc.net.au)
  • individuals
  • More than 160 Ys are working in collaboration with community leaders to make changes in policies and the physical surroundings in those communities so that healthy living is within reach for individuals of all ages and backgrounds. (ymca.net)
  • If Republicans strip the ACA of the requirement that individuals must have insurance, even fewer healthy people will buy coverage and premiums will rise even higher. (statnews.com)
  • culture
  • Big companies didn't make their millions by earnestly promoting the virtues of their products, they made it by creating a culture of hundreds of millions of people that buy way more than they need and try to chase away dissatisfaction with money. (raptitude.com)
  • items
  • In addition, satisfaction with healthy menu items was significantly higher than satisfaction with regular menu items. (ymca.net)
  • Analysis of the effects of a healthy dining campaign on sales of healthy menu items. (ymca.net)
  • meat
  • Adding lean protein, such as eggs, peanut butter, almond butter, or lean meat (e.g. chicken or turkey), will keep you feeling full for longer. (nuts.com)
  • couple
  • There is a curious feeling of power you get when you drop a couple of twenties without a trace of critical thinking. (raptitude.com)
  • things
  • In one group they were given a choice of three healthy cereals so these were things like Cheerios and corn flakes and in the other group they were given a choice of unhealthy cereals so these were Coco Crispies and Fruit Loops. (abc.net.au)