- Men's health: Prevent the top threats
- Allergy medications: Know your options
- Gallbladder polyps: Can they be cancerous?
- Asthma diet: Does what you eat make a difference?
- Job satisfaction: How to make work more rewarding
- Hepatitis C and baby boomers
- Managing your multiple sclerosis
- Video: Uterine fibroids treatment: Focused ultrasound
- Want to lose weight? Eat more fiber - High-fiber foods generally take longer to chew. This gives your body time to register when you're no longer hungry, so you're less likely to overeat. And high-fiber foods tend to make you feel full longer, so you won't be as ravenous later. Finally, high-fiber foods tend to have fewer calories for the same volume of food. Choose whole grains and whole-grain products, fruits and vegetables, beans, peas and other legumes.
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