Month: January 2014
5 Best Weight-Loss Apps
While there is no doubt that it is vastly easier to lose weight following a bariatric procedure, that doesn’t mean that outstanding results are automatic. Patients need to learn new habits and adjust to their new body’s capabilities. That’s http://online.wsj.com/article/HUG1754472.html why Beverly Hills Physicians makes a point of providing detailed follow-up and assistance to all weight loss patients. BHP doctors and support staff monitor patients’ progress in a highly detailed and personalized manner but that is only the beginning.
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Beware weight-loss pitches with slim chance of working
The science just isnt there. Also see: 10 things the weight-loss industry wont tell you Which is why the FTC took the makers of Sensa and three other companies to task for their advertising claims. Sensa is the highly touted weight-loss product that promises weightwatchers they can sprinkle, eat and lose without dieting by shaking a crystallized product that looks a lot like fine sugar on their food. Consumers generally pay $59, plus shipping and handling, for a months worth of shakers. The company also sells fashionable cases ($10) and water bottles ($12). The FTC, which doesnt have the authority to stop the company from operating, slapped a $46.5 million judgment against Sensa Products and its parent Sensa Inc., because the companies did not provide competent and reliable scientific evidence to support their claims.
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Fitocracy. This new entry on the list earns a spot for its unique approach to weight loss. Fitocracy treats weight loss almost like a game: Start at level 1 and move up by completing certain activities, training, and interacting with other “Fitocrats.” Along the way you also earn badges; so-called “heroes” can “duel” a fellow Fitocrat. Fitocracy offers a “hero account” for the lordly sum of $4.99 a month that gives you access to weekly reports on your Fitocracy activity, private messaging, dueling rights that let you challenge other users, a function that lets you save others’ custom workouts, and unlimited saves of your own workout routines. Related: Best inexpensive diet plans What reviews say: Fitocracy wins support from users who value the active community and competitive vibe, which keep them coming back for more.
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