OK, but is dieting good for you? It depends. Too much dieting, of course, can lead to an unhealthy relationship with food or other not-so-great consequences. A new study has found that dieting may lead to starvation in more ways than one; in fact, dieting may cause your brain cells to eat themselves in order to sustain energy, which may actually lead you to feel hungrier.
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Dieting and investing: Simple, but not easy
Bear markets lead to emotions such as fear and panic taking over from our rational self — which can result in what I call “portfolio suicide.” Merriman put it this way: “You can think of investing as a struggle between the emotions that drive us — hope, fear and greed being three prominent examples — and the iron laws of mathematics and probability.” He also noted another interesting analogy between dieting and investing. When it comes to losing weight, there are the multibillion dollar food and restaurant industries whose best interests are counter to your objectives. Similarly, the interests of Wall Street and most of the financial media run counter to the interests of investors. They need you to pay high fees and stay “tuned in” to what is nothing more than noise. The good news is that both the diet “game” and the investment game can be won by following simple strategies.
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Dieting companies now garcinia cambogia dr oz targeting men
Burwick estimated that only one-quarter of men who have weight problems actively seek to lose weight. That means plenty aren’t spending money on weight loss products and programs, at least not yet. Aside from the attention paid by Madison Avenue, some men said they’re learning they need more than just a plan; they need people to hold them accountable and to relate to their struggles. Lloyd Dinwiddie, an entertainment correspondent who goes by the name Gyant , said men don’t often talk about their diets with other men, something he said he wishes would change. Though his nickname comes from his 6-foot-8-inch frame, Dinwiddie said not everyone appreciates his desire to slim down, and after years of diets, he’s trying new techniques.
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