Personal Science Weekly 9.1.17

The latest actionable & interesting information you can use or ponder today. Curated with care by Tiffany Anne Smith @ The Art of Personal Science.   Cost-effectiveness of Family-Based Obesity Treatment For families consisting of overweight children and parents with overweight, family-based behavioral treatments are cost-effective & deliver strong health improvements. (@theartofpersonalscience) Click here to…

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A Balanced Case Against GMO’s

A Balanced Case Against GMO’s   The best way to make an educated decision about whether to eat the products of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO’s) is to consider the arguments made by all sides and ultimately make a decision that best fits your values and lifestyle. When creating a view that is considerate of all…

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Our Bodies Don’t Naturally Need or Want Dietary Supplements

Are dietary supplements healthy? Tiffany Anne Smith ECO 1023 The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act defines a dietary ingredient as a vitamin, mineral, herb or other botanical, amino acid, or dietary substance for use by man to supplement the diet by increasing the total dietary intake; a concentrate, metabolite, constituent, extract, or combination of…

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10 Tips for Losing Weight and Feeling Great

Photo courtesy of TipsTimesAdmin(CC ShareALike) When trying to lose weight and maintain it, the hardest part is working through the emotional part. Your relationship with food is deeply personal, and one that can’t be avoided, so it’s important to build a strong  + loving one. Not one that causes you stress, frustration + weight gain.  You…

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