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Two Simple Ideas To Drastically Improve Your Weight Loss Plans

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Two out of every three people today are overweight. It is a sad fact that more and more people are starting to avoid looking at themselves in the mirror every morning. While there are many ways to lose weight, many different diets you can try, there is one ingredient that must be included if you hope to shed those pounds for good. Exercise.

In this article I’ll outline a couple simple exercises that can dramatically help you to not only boost your metabolism, but cut down on your cravings for fatty foods, and increase your ability to sleep soundly at night. One thing most people overlook is that lack of sleep due to stress can be one contributing factor to weight gain.

The good news is that you don’t need to join any expensive gym, or commit yourself to suffering endlessly on the treadmill every day. The truth is that just a few minutes a day of the right exercises can have a profound effect on your weight loss efforts.

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New weight loss drug aims at fat loss - not muscle loss

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One of the primary problems of losing weight is the fact that all weight is not created equal. When you lose weight you will inevitably lose muscle mass as well. What if there was a way to tell you body to burn only fat?

Researchers at the Garvin Institute in Sydney, Australia, say they've created a new weight loss drug to do just that.

In mice, the drug has shown to be an effective tool in changing the signals to the brain that determine what fuel the body is to use for energy. By stopping certain signals, the body turns to fatty acids rather than protein. The result? The mice lost body weight while maintaining muscle mass.

This is the opposite of the way traditional weight loss drugs work. They work to alter the way the brain sends signals to the body in an effort to suppress appetite.

From ABC News, the head of the neuroscience program at the Garvan Institute, Professor Herbert Herzog, says these therapies tend to be ineffective.

"What we've found is that blocking one system that influences appetite and body weight regulation might not be enough to cause a significant change in reducing body weight," he said.

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