One recent study found that people were able to burn up an extra 450 calories a day with one hour of moderate exercise. That can include walking briskly, biking or swimming.

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Losing Weight: A Battle Against Fat And Biology

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Does Probiotic Yogurt Really Affect Digestion?

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Analysis Questions Flu Shot Effectiveness

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Hormones And Metabolism Conspire Against Dieters

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A photo from 2009 shows "All Natural" Necco Wafers. But after customers rejected the changes, the Massachusetts company returned to its original recipe.

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Customer Outrage Forces Necco To Put Artificial Ingredients Back Into Wafers

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The Institute of Medicine wants the FDA to adopt new food labels that make it easier for consumers to compare the healthfulness of food products.

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Americans Urged To Rethink Dietary Supplement Use

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French Laundry pastry chef Lena Kwak with the gluten-free flour she developed.

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Look Who's Going Gluten-Free

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McDonald's says it introduced Happy Meals with apple slices to "help customers make nutrition-minded choices for their daily lifestyles."

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Eating Healthy: Whose Choice Should It Be?

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More Reasons To Eat Your Fruits And Veggies

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