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The Use of Appetite Suppressants - The Use of Appetite Suppressants In the past two decades, Americans and most of the Western world have become obsessed with losing weight. Countless diets, weight loss strategies and gimmicks have been and remain on the market and cost Americans billions of dollars every year. The media perpetuates this ideal of thinness and so people continue in desperate attempts to shrink their bodies. People have gone to extreme measures such as stomach stapling, liposuction and starvation diets to try and take off excess weight....   [tags: Health Diet Weight Loss Essays]
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America’s Insatiable Appetite for Cocaine - America’s Insatiable Appetite for Cocaine Where does Coca-Cola get its name. Why was it created. In 1886, the Georgia pharmacist, John Pemberton, designed Coca-Cola as a headache remedy and a stimulant. The original beverage contained cocaine and was used both as an intoxicating beverage and a medically useful tonic. The effects of the drink helped make it popular. Only in the early twentieth century was the drug eliminated from the Coca-Cola recipe and replaced with increased amounts of caffeine.[1]  Cocaine has a long history which also involves the once condoned use for medicinal purposes in the 1890's to being one of the most widespread abused drug today....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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Diet Pills - ... That is why most people tend to seek help from the magic diet pills. It is because, appetite suppressant diet pills help to kill an individual’s appetite and hunger which can make the person goes on for a long period without feeling the needs to consume food (Thadani 2009). However, it is worth to bear in mind that our body need adequate amount of food for growth, nourishment and producing energy (Thadani 2009). This is the dangerous part of appetite suppressant diet pills where they give false instruction to the body that it does not require any food....   [tags: Health, Appetite Control] 1013 words
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Iago, Man’s Animal Appetites, and the Great Chain of Being in Shakespeare’s Othello - In Shakespeare’s Othello he is the grand architect, the puppeteer even, who manipulates the players and the action— but above all he is one of fiction’s favorite and most perplexing sinners: Iago. In a script we are given essentially nothing but words, but words can be a very revealing judge of character. Thus through Iago’s language, which is ripe with profanity, sensuality and above all animal imagery, Shakespeare has left us clues about the nature of the enigma that is one of his most striking villains....   [tags: Shakespeare, Othello, ] 1370 words
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Plato's Happiest Way of Life - Plato's Happiest Way of Life A just life in a just society would be the happiest possible way to live for Plato. Justice is defined as a balanced and well-integrated specialization of functions both within the scope of society and the individual. The just society classifies its members on the basis of individual differences in intellectual and physical abilities and is therefore warranted. The way to achieve a happy life is only half satisfied with the presence of a just society. Other than living in a just society, the harmony between the parts within an individual's mind or soul is as important....   [tags: Papers] 777 words
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Nursing Paper Case Study - ... The patient will not have symptoms caused by anxiety such insomnia. It is important that the patient stays well hydrated with balanced nutrition. The patient will resume an adequate nutritional intake prior to discharge as evidenced by no significant weight loss while in the hospital, the patient eats three meals and two snacks per day, and the patient states he feels hungry at mealtime. The patient will resume adequate fluid intake of at least 2,000 mL within next 24. By discharge, the patient will demonstrate increase in energy evidenced by the patient stating he is less fatigued with activity, and the patient can resume daily activity without undue fatigue....   [tags: Health Care]
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Freedom - Freedom is often spoken of in what can be referred to as a "loose sense". One country has more freedom than another; a twenty-one year old has more freedom than a fifteen year old, but what exactly does this word, which is so often flippantly used, mean. Or, if this conclusion cannot be reached, what does it not mean. For different people it may mean different things, but there has to be an equilibrium that can be reached in order to determine the meaning of freedom itself. In one form, freedom can mean that a person has "exemption from an obligation."* If only the root (free) is looked at, it can be interpreted that one is "not under the control or power of another."* However often the latter definition is used, it is also disagreed with, and for good reason: there is always a ruler, although the ruler may not necessarily be in the form of a person or group of persons....   [tags: essays research papers] 389 words
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Free College Essays - Lusting After Ladies at the A&P - Does lust lead to hardship and emptiness. In this paper (do you mean "this paper" or "John Updike's 'A&P'?) Sammy has a sexual appetite that causes him problems. His worship of a woman's (careful with placement of possessive apostrophe) body causes him to misplace his values and center only on one value. This value is his lustful pleasure he gets when he sees three girls in their skimpy swimsuits. The pleasure he receives outweighs the consequence of emptiness he finally feels after he defends those girls and they do not respond to his pleasurable feelings....   [tags: A&P Essays] 1362 words
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Misery in The Great Gatsby's American Dream - ... Eckleburg to accentuate America's blindness. America is not only blind, but also near-sighted; America lives for today, for pleasure and prodigality. She cannot see past her insatiable thirst for the sensuous, she lives for the satisfaction of her appetites and how can she not. How can she see if all is covered by ashes, by the corruption of man, the aftermath of a great war. America is as blind as the reality she lives in is distorted. It is this subsequent chaos, this deviation form a value system, that Fitzgerald aims to treat with his book....   [tags: The Great Gatsby] 2026 words
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Physical Alterations and Nursing Health Promotion of Depression - ... Consequentially, O’Keefe et al (as cited in Norton, 2006) reported older persons with constipation have “more bodily pain and restrictions on physical functioning” in comparison with older person without constipation (p. 190). The Nurse and Three Levels of Health Promotion The nurse can use the three levels of health promotion, prevention, early diagnosis and treatment to address the physical alterations of malnutrition and fecal elimination caused by depression. Primary Health Promotion: Prevention First, the nurse can address problems of malnutrition and constipation before they occur by encouraging exercise....   [tags: Nursing ]
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Anti-Obesity Effects of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids - ... The PUFAs involved in this process are those derived from fish oil (linolenic fatty acid) more specifically eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Lee, Kwun and Kim (2008) found that EPA worked on the genetic components of fat utilization and storage. Their study found 2.3 times more carnitine palmitoyltransferase-l (CPT-la) compared to controls. CPT-la is the important rate-limiting enzyme for fat usage in the mitochondria as it regulates the carnitine transport system....   [tags: Medical Research]
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Insatiable Desires in Washington Irving's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow - Insatiable Desires in Washington Irving's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Contemporary United States natives are known for their consumptive attitudes, which mainly stem from the constant American hustle and bustle for more money, bigger houses, and faster cars. Americans are known for yearning, needing, sometimes even demanding whatever their vast appetites desire. This American concept of prosperity can be found rooted in a popular classic American story written over one hundred and fifty years ago by Washington Irving....   [tags: Legend Sleepy Hollow Essays]
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Medical Marijuana - For decades America has associated marijuana with many things, and none of them ever any good. From the ‘60s with the hippie revolution, to today with criminals of all kinds, there have been numerous associations that are arguably unwarranted in this day and age. Why is it that we have such negative feelings about marijuana. In America today, the government considers it a Schedule I drug, meaning that it has a “high potential for abuse” and “no currently accepted medical use.” The problem with this classification clearly lies in the second half of its classification....   [tags: Drugs] 954 words
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Legalizing Medical Marijuana - ... “According to Mayo Clinic, marijuana smoke contains between 50 percent to 70 percent more carcinogens than does tobacco smoke”. A British Lung Foundation report in 2002 found that smoking three to four marijuana cigarettes per day is associated with “the same degree of damage to the bronchi mucosa as twenty or more tobacco cigarettes a day”. That study also shows that it weakens your immune system. “Even though carcinogens affect the lungs and give someone a better chance of cancer, a report in 2006 by Paul Armentano shows that cannabis smoke contains more carcinogens, but it also has non-carcinogenic cannabinoids”....   [tags: Legal Issues, Drugs] 2019 words
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Food's Connection Individual and Cultural Identity - ... Indeed there are numbers of physical benefits of chili consuming, but the psychological motivation is more decisive in this case. With enough amount of exposure to chili, Rozin argued that the aversion of spicy taste will turn into a seeking of thrill, “in the same sense that the initial terror of a rollercoaster ride or parachute jumping is replaced by pleasure” (1987. P.191). On the other hand, the mouth pain caused by chili consuming will trigger the brain to respond in producing endogenous opiates to reduce pain, which leads to a “net pleasure” response like morphine (Rozin, P....   [tags: Sociology Food Culture]
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Analysis of Plato's The Republic - An Analysis of The Republic The Republic is an examination of the "Good Life"; the harmony reached by applying pure reason and justice. The ideas and arguments of Plato center on the social settings of an ideal republic - those that lead each person to the most perfect possible life for him. Socrates was Plato's early mentor in real life. As a tribute to his teacher, Plato uses Socrates in several of his works and dialogues. Socrates moderates the discussion throughout, as Plato's mouthpiece....   [tags: Philosophy Religion Essays] 2022 words
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Acutrim - Acutrim Acutrim is a stimulant which has two effects on the body. It is a decongestant and an appetite suppressant. The active ingredient in Acutrim is a compound called phenylpropanolamine. Its is an FDA approved, nonprescription appetite suppressant to be used with a weight loss program. The drug is initially effective in controlling excessive eating (unc-clos.tierranet.com/phenylpropanol.htm). Acutrim acts similarly to its chemical cousin amphetamine. The phenylpropanolamine acts on the hypothalamus, the region of the brain that controls the appetite, by increasing the amount of serotonin-- the chemical that affect mood and appetite....   [tags: Research Paper Essays]
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Plato vs. Machiavelli - Plato vs. Machiavelli A longstanding debate in human history is what to do with power and what is the best way to rule. Who should have power, how should one rule, and what its purpose should government serve have always been questions at the fore in civilization, and more than once have sparked controversy and conflict. The essential elements of rule have placed the human need for order and structure against the human desire for freedom, and compromising between the two has never been easy....   [tags: Papers] 1692 words
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Corporate Compliance Report - Introduction Corporate governance can be thought of as the overall umbrella of control and direction under which a corporation operates. Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is "a process, effected by an entity's board of directors, management and other personnel, applied in strategy setting and across the enterprise, designed to identify potential events that may affect the entity, and manage risks to be within its risk appetite, to provide reasonable assurance regarding the achievement of entity objectives," (BusinessDictionary.com, 2008)....   [tags: Corporate Governance] 1765 words
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Aristotle, Temperance, Pleasure, and Pain - Aristotle, Temperance, Pleasure, and Pain(1) ABSTRACT: Aristotle argues that temperance is the mean concerned with pleasure and pain (NE 1107b5-9 and 1117b25-27). Most commentators focus on the moderation of pleasures and hardly discuss how this virtue relates to pain. In what follows, I consider the place of pain in Aristotle’s discussion of temperance and resolve contradictory interpretations by turning to the following question: is temperance ever properly painful. In part one, I examine the textual evidence and conclude that Aristotle would answer no to our question....   [tags: Philosophy Research Papers]
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Philosophy - ... While other loves beauty, because they have the knowledge of what beauty is. Then they follow the form to love what it is being considered as beauty (183). Knowledge and belief are two opposite things according to the interpretation of Socrates. “If the reality is the object of knowledge, the object of belief must be something other than the real” (186). Knowledge helps a person to define and distinguished reality and the ability to grasp things in his/her mind. Its function tells people what is the form of considered something as beauty, thus when other look at objects, they have the ability to classify thing into the group of beautiful and ugly....   [tags: Socrates] 2033 words
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End of Life Nutritional Assessment - End of Life Nutritional Assessment Most patients and families are aware that without fluids, death will occur quickly. Current literature suggests that fluids should not be routinely administered to dying patients, nor automatically withheld from them. Instead the decision should be based upon careful, individual assessment. Consideration of the following when the choice to initiate and continue hydration is evaluated:  Is the patient's well-being enhanced by the overall effect of hydration....   [tags: Health Nutrition Pyramid Diet] 375 words
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Long and Short Term Effects of Ecstasy - The NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON DRUG ABUSE defines the drug Ecstasy (MDMA) as a synthetic, psychoactive drug that is chemically similar to the stimulant methamphetamine and the hallucinogen mescaline. The drugs clinical name is MDMA (3, 4 methylenedioxymethamphetamine). Psychoactive drugs are considered mind-altering drugs and ecstasy’s chemical structure is similar to other synthetic drugs that are known to cause brain damage. (National Institute on Drug Abuse, 2009) Although Ecstasy was not made illegal until 1985, most research indicates its original intended use was that of an appetite suppressant, which was developed in 1912 by the German pharmaceutical company Merck....   [tags: Drugs]
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Analyzing Shakespearean Sonnets - Shakespearean sonnets appear to be arranged in three parts; the first third of the sonnets appear to be directing the recipient of the poems to reproduce to endure his legacy, the second third highlight the ability of the immortalizing abilities of the sonnets and with the latter third there is the appearance of a dark haired lady - possibly a tongue-and-cheek humor of the Petrarchan sonnet. Sonnet 147, as one of the latter third sonnets, appears to be directed to the dark haired lady; as a anti-love sonnet, sonnet 147 covers the progression of emotions dealing with the loss of a lover....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature] 1513 words
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A Natural Solution - ... Cannabis Sativa is more commonly known as Marijuana or Hemp. Marijuana is illegal to grow, but in the last half of the 19th century, 50% of medication marketed in the United States was Cannabis. During World War II, Cannabis was a good thing because of its many uses, but in the early 20th century, “Reefer Madness” and the 1937 Marijuana Tax Act changed society’s mind of the benefits of cannabis. The Heath/Tulane Study in 1974 claimed that using marijuana killed brain cells, but the tests and experiments done to prove that were faulty....   [tags: Medical Research]
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Democracy in Plato's the Republic - Democracy in the Republic In Plato's Republic democracy made a controversial issue in a critique by Socrates. The theory of the soul accounts for the controversy as it states that the soul is divided into three parts: the rational, the spirited, and the appetite which are ranked respectively. The idea of the soul's three parts and the soul being ruled by a dominant part is used as the basis for identifying justice and virtue. However, the theory of the soul is not only used to identify justice and virtue, but also used to show that the virtue within a city reflects that of its inhabitants....   [tags: essays research papers] 1270 words
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Justice According To Plato - Society is constantly searching for the true concept of justice. Rather, in theory society is constantly searching for the true concept of justice. In reality justice is often times simply a word applied to broken concepts that those in power use to more effectively control those they are in charge of. This word is perhaps one of the most ill used in any language partially because humanity has not yet fully grasped what justice really means on a universal level. Many who have gone before us thought perhaps they had pinpointed the meaning though it seems that as time passes the view on justice changes to suit the times....   [tags: Philosophy] 1811 words
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Philosophy of Education - Philosophy of Education Webster defines philosophy as a critical study of fundamental beliefs and the grounds for them. In this philosophy, I will be talking about the three great philosophers: Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle. These three philosophers represent the birthplace of Western philosophy. Socrates, which is synonymous with wisdom and the philosophical life, was a teacher without a school. His goal was to help others find the truths that lie within their own minds. He helped his students reach deeper, clearer ideas by questioning, disproving, and testing the thoughts of his pupils....   [tags: Philosophy of Teaching Statement] 350 words
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Divine Comedy - The Guardians of Dante's Inferno - The Guardians of Dante's Inferno      Dante's Inferno is one of the best written works of all time because it was written as an allegory inside an excellent story.  A key part of this allegory was how Dante used different guardians in the various circles of hell.  These guardians were used to symbolize the punishments of the sinners.      Minos is the guardian of Circle II, the circle of the Lustful.  He symbolizes an accusing personality because his job is to give punishments to the sinners.  The bodies of the sinners confess the sins automatically, and that shows the sinners know everything about themselves when it is too late to repent.  Minos is important because he is used to stress that none of the sinners can doubt which sins they have committed, and that the crime will receive a matching punishment.  The lustful were carried away by their passions in their previous lives, and therefore they are thrown about by a black wind.  Dante considers lust to be the highest sin because it is mutually committed to the pleasure of both parties....   [tags: Divine Comedy Inferno Essays] 1272 words
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Meridia: The New Anti- Obesity Drug - Meridia: The New Anti- Obesity Drug Introduction In today’s society the hegemonic belief surrounding weight is that thin is in and fat is out. With over half of the American population being overweight, the diet craze has swept the nation. However, a bigger player has come into the weight loss scene, the pharmaceutical industry. After the abrupt withdrawal of two anti- obesity drugs from the market in 1997, the pharmaceutical industry has been looking to fill the void in this area of the market....   [tags: Diet Pills Health Obesity Essays]
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Marijuana in the criminal justice system - Should the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes be legalized. Wouldn’t it be simple to provide a simple black or white answer to this question. Across the nation there is much debate on this very topic, one that I don’t believe can be solved so easily with a yes or no. There are so many activists that have strong opinions on this subject and go to the fullest extent to ensure they are heard. As simple straight forward as this question is it was hard for me to determine which side of the line I stood on....   [tags: essays research papers] 1032 words
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Regulation of Food Intake in Obese People: Little Evidence for an Antiobesity Drug - Regulation of Food Intake in Obese People WHAT IS OBESITY. The most common eating disorder in our society is excessive eating which includes craving and compulsive eating which can quite often result in obesity (http://www.nutramed.com/zeno/addictive.htm#exorphins). Obesity is a body condition where a person's body mass index is greater than 30. Other diseases that can accompany or follow obesity include diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease. Also, obese people are at a greater risk of certain kinds of cancer like breast, colon, and uterine cancer....   [tags: Health Obesity Research Papers]
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Poking the Parts - Poking the Parts While sex and sexuality are considered to be two of the most intensely private parts of a person’s existence, a woman's personal sexuality and experience of the sexual in the context of the greater society is not always her own. "[Women] are being imprinted with a sexuality that is mass-produced, deliberately dehumanizing and inhuman"(Wolf, 162). Our sexuality is being created for us before we even have the knowledge that we have something to fight for. Very often, we do not get to decide what our sexuality means, the world has already decided for us....   [tags: Women Sexuality Society Masturbation Essays]
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Perversion - Dermott O'Flanagan Sexual Ethics Paper The issues of sexual ethics in relation to morality and perversion have been addressed in depth by each of the gentleman at this table. Sexual activity as described by Solomon and Nagle is comprised of a moral standard and ‘naturalness’ aspect. So, in claiming an act is perverted we must first examine it through a moral framework and understand how this interacts with the ‘naturalness’ of a particular act. Solomon makes the distinction as follows “Perversion is an insidious concept…To describe an activity as perverse is not yet a full blown moral condemnation, for it need not entail that one ought not to indulge in such activities.” Along with the examination of the nature of an act, there must be clear justification as to why sexual acts deserve special separate ethical principles....   [tags: essays research papers]
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Bipolar Disorder - Bipolar disorder is a disease that effects one in every five Americans. It is second only to heart disease for loss of workdays in the U.S. Due to popular belief the cause of Bipolar disorder is a chemical imbalance in the brain. This imbalance is due to one neurotransmitter called norepinephrine it is thought to be the cause of depressive symptoms. Norepinephrine is a hormone produced by the adrenal medulla, similar in chemical and pharmacological properties to epinephrine (also a hormone secreted by the adrenal medulla in response to stimulation to the sympathetic nervous system)....   [tags: essays research papers] 634 words
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Janet Adelman's Hamlet - Janet Adelman's Hamlet   Janet Alderman in her essay "'Man and Wife Is One Flesh':  Hamlet and the Confrontation with the Maternal Body" embraces the psychoanalytic tradition of Freud and Lacan in order to reveal the quadruple-angled relationship of the Hamlet monarchy.  Focusing primarily on the relationship between Gertrude and her son, Hamlet, Alderman attempts to recast the drama as a charged portrait of Oedipal disillusionment and Lacanian sexual-abnegation.  Appropriately, sexuality provides the impetus for Alderman's argument; toying with sex roles and the power of sexuality over family dynamics and identity, she craftily reveals Hamlet to be a son's battle for his mother's purity, a covetous attempt to regain a sense of sexual normalcy.  Alderman's casts Gertrude as a type of catch-all, garden-of-Eden, original-sin embodiment, who initiates the fall of the paternal and recreates the maternal "body as an enclosed garden newly breached" (Adelman 263).  Adelman frequently refers to Hamlet Sr....   [tags: Shakespeare Hamlet 123 Help Me] 863 words
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Metaphor and Imagery in Galway Kinnell's Poem, Blackberry Eating - The Use of Metaphor and Imagery in Galway Kinnell's Poem, Blackberry Eating Written in 1980, Galway Kinnell's Blackberry Eating is a poem which creates a strong metaphoric relationship between the tangible objects of blackberries, and the intangible objects of words. The speaker of the poem feels a strong attraction to the sensory characteristics (the touch, taste, and look) of blackberries. The attraction he feels at the beginning of the poem exclusively for blackberries is paralleled in the end by his appetite and attraction to words....   [tags: Kinnell Blackberry Eating Essays] 998 words
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Does Chromium Picolinate Effectively Aid Weight Loss? - Does Chromium Picolinate Effectively Aid Weight Loss. For many years people all over the world have struggled to regulate weight loss and weight gain. Through research and experimentation, doctors can now provide people with methods of doing this. One widely used weight loss product is chromium picolinate. This is the main ingredient in capsules that are designed to reduce appetite and cravings and help convert fat to lean body tissue. Although there is no proven evidence that is one hundred percent accurate, the general opinion of consumers nationwide is that chromium picolinate is effective in aiding weight loss....   [tags: Health Diet Papers]
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The Physiology and Psychology of Bulimia - The Physiology and Psychology of Bulimia Bulimia is a disorder centered around an individual’s obsession with food and weight. This obsession involves eating large quantities of food, feeling guilty about the food consumption, and taking drastic measures to prevent caloric/fat absorption. Measures vary with each individual and include one or all of the following: forced vomiting, abuse of laxatives or diuretics, or excessive exercise. This disease affects one to three percent of adolescent and young women in the United States, and bulimic behaviors are displayed by ten to twenty percent of adolescent and young women in the United States (http://dcs.engr.widener.edu/galla/gal la.htm)....   [tags: Eating Disorder Weight Health Essays]
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A Miracle Cure for Obesity - A Miracle Cure for Obesity. "After only 7 days of taking Stimulife 750, I have lost 4 pounds, and I feel great, and I am not starving myself." --George M., Arizona "This isn’t like dieting. I can eat my favorite foods and not feel the guilt and still lose weight and inches." --Rita M., Nevada "I used to go stand in front of the refrigerator and stare in, looking for something. I was always craving food. Now that my body is getting the nutrients it needs, I do not feel the need to munch all the time....   [tags: Health Nutrition Essays]
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Food and Culture - Food and Culture In putting together this reader, the editors aimed at writing a book "with legs", a book that contributes to the debates around food, and that will offer an collection of what has been written so far interdisciplinary, cross-culturally, and historically about it. At the border of biology and culture, everyone needs to eat and associates food with certain values. In their introduction, the editors remind of the universal importance of food: the process of eating is reproduced everyday several times, food is the foundation of every economy and a central pawn in political strategies of states and households....   [tags: Literature Writing Papers] 2163 words
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The Dangers Of Diet Aids - THE DANGERS OF DIET AIDS About a month ago, I stepped onto my bathroom scales. When I looked down at the numbers, my fears were confirmed: I had gained 5 pounds. Overcome with a desire to shed this unwanted extra weight, I decided to join millions of Americans just like me, and buy some sort of diet aid to help me along. I had no idea what to look for, what to avoid, and possible side effects, so I began to research the different types of diet aids, both chemical and herbal, and was hit with some very disturbing facts....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Chaucer's The Wife of Bath - Chaucer's The Wife of Bath Chaucer’s character, the Wife of Bath, grabs the reader’s attention immediately as she sets the stage for giving an account of her beliefs on love and life: “Housbondes at chirche dore I have had five.” Because of her blunt honesty at the very beginning of her Prologue, the reader senses that the Wife of Bath feels no shame and carries no regrets about her many marriages. This is confirmed when the Wife proclaims, “Of whiche I have piked out the beste.” She displays two attitudes throughout the piece: living life to the fullest and loving to gossip about her past....   [tags: Chaucer Wife Bath Essays] 664 words
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