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Diabetes Worldwide in 2011
The 5th ed. of "Diabetes Atlas" (published Nov. 2011) reports that there were 366 million people with diabetes worldwide as of 2011. This is up almost 30% from the year before, which reported 285 million.










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In May 2013, we released a major update to our novel Exercise Calorie Converter (for Apple iOS only). It now contains over 4200 foods & beverages! The update is available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch

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Today's Featured Topics



Exercise and Depression
Ever notice that nearly all fitness trainers have a cheery attitude? Were they born that way? Maybe. But, just as likely, they are in a good mood because they exercise regularly. Quite a bit of research shows that regular exercise can not only make you feel good, but it may be just as effective for depression as prescription drugs. Read more about it at: "Exercise and Depression"

Sports Drinks and Recovery Drinks
Recently, a new category of sports beverage has been marketed: "recovery" drinks. What's the difference? The simplest distinction is that recovery drinks contain protein, whereas other sports drinks don't. These products can get a little confusing. Read our review at: "Sports Drinks and Recovery Drinks"

The Power of Suggestion
You're too smart to fall for the claims made in infomercials, right? What about marketing claims for dietary supplements? Even highly-educated people can be fooled quite easily by their own beliefs and expectations. This affects what they think about the effectiveness of a product. Read more about this important topic in: "Don't Underestimate the Power of Suggestion"


Exercise Books and Videos



TITLE:  "Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat"
AUTHOR:  May M
LENGTH:  405 pages
LIST PRICE:  $24.95

Look closely. This is much more than a diet/weight-loss book. Author Michelle May, MD has taken a fresh look at the causes of disordered eating. But, this book also covers exercise, fitness, and wellness. Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat





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