Month: January 2014

5 Best Weight-loss Apps

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Should Your Employer Recommend Weight-Loss Drugs?

Fooducate reviews gripe about the charges levied for the best features, some of which used to come gratis. But others appreciate the detail in the food analyses, which users say enables them to make better food choices. Related: Common diet gimmicks to avoid Nike+ Training Club. This weight-loss app focuses on exercise and working out rather than keeping track of calories. Nike+ Training Club provides exercise videos with voice guidance for clarity, and much like Fitocracy, a motivation/rewards system; this one unlocks videos featuring various trainers.
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FTC: These 7 Weight-Loss Claims Are Never True

Chuckling away as she pointed at a rather unflattering bikini shot of her from last year, the Geordie Shore star looked positively delighted with her rather impressive accomplishmen What an achievement: Wearing her long raven locks tousled into loose waves, the bona fide gym bunny completed her sexy look with a garcinia cambogia reviews bodybuilding slick of lipstick Working out alongside a personal trainer, the dedicated TV star developed a number one-selling fitness DVD, Vicky’s 7-Day Slim, and overhauled her diet, cutting out her late-night penchant for post-clubbing kebabs and heavy carbs. Vicky put her sudden weight-gain down to the stress of her split from former Geordie Shore co-star fiance, Ricci Guarnaccio. And she admitted she only realised how big she had got when the results of her wayward eating habits became clear for all to see when she was papped while on holiday in the Spanish holiday hotspot of Marbella last July. Vicky Pattison shows off tiny frame in her fitness DVD Transformed: In a remarkable transformation, Vicky shed more than three stone in weight and dropped down from a size 16 to a teeny-tiny size 6 over a six-month period A bright future: Working out alongside a personal trainer, the dedicated TV star developed a number one-selling fitness DVD, Vicky’s 7-Day Slim, and overhauled her diet, cutting out her late-night penchant for post-clubbing kebabs and heavy carbs She said: ‘I was mortified. I was so big I looked like Id swallowed Ricci! I felt desperate, but I knew I had to do something about it for my own self-respect.’ And now Vicky claims to have a waist smaller than willowy supermodel Kate Moss, a tiny 24 inches compared to the Croydon-born clotheshorse’s 26-inch middle.
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A night in has never looked so sexy! Vicky Pattison celebrates her weight-loss as she shows off slim figure in a lingerie-inspired pyjama set

The pilot program is available only to Aetna clients who are self-insuredthat is, the employer assumes the risk for employee medical costs and uses Aetna to administer its health plan. It began when the companies behind the new weight-loss meds, Eisai and Vivus, approached Aetna about a collaboration, Pezalla says. Many of Aetnas self-insured health plans dont cover the drugs. The idea is to combine medication with support for workers trying to lose weight, Pezalla says. Most of the plan sponsors who will take us up on this are already doing things in the wellness area. The goal: For people who use the medications, its to lose weight and potentially lower employers costs by reducing the need for treatment of obesity and related conditions, such as diabetes or high blood pressure.
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