Dr. Deepak Chopra Discusses His Weight-loss Struggles With Dr. Oz

Qsymia Trims Sleep Apnea as Well as Weight

Deepak told Dr. Oz he had gained 20 pounds during the past few years due to mindless eating, poor sleep habits, and a hectic work schedule. Chopra, 66, said he realized the weight gain had occurred because he wasn’t paying attention to hunger signals from his body, and was short-changing himself on sleep. Lack of sleep disrupts the appetite-regulating hormones ghrelin and leptin, and causes belly-fat storage .
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5 Reasons Running May Not Help You Lose Weight

Your Workout Is Always The Same Your body is an amazing machine. It’s designed for efficiency, meaning if you do the same thing over and over again, the process becomes easier. This applies to your running workouts too. Not only will they start to feel more effortless (even if you’re still sweating and pumping your legs), but your metabolism literally learns and reacts so that fewer calories are burned with the same exercise output. This is where traditional “steady state” running falls short on a long-term weight-loss plan.
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These data and conclusions should be considered to be preliminary until published in a peer-reviewed journal. In a trial of obese subjects with obstructive sleep apnea, treatment with phentermine and topiramate combined with behavioral interventions resulted in significant improvements in weight loss garcinia cambogia and sleep apnea as compared with behavioral interventions alone. ATLANTA — Obese patients treated with the weight-loss combination of phentermine plus topiramate (Qsymia ER) for 28 weeks lost significant amounts of weight and also saw relief from their obstructive sleep apnea, a researcher reported here. Compared with patients randomized to placebo, who lost 4.5 kg (10 lbs), those receiving phentermine 15 mg/topiramate 92 mg daily lost 11 kg (24 lbs), according to David H.
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