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Top 10 Posts

Tuesday, November 04, 2008 Posted by Travis Saunders
Since starting Obesity Panacea last November, we have written over 200 posts on a wide range of obesity and physical activity related topics. Here are our 10 most popular posts.

1.  High fibre breakfast enhances fat burning during exercise.

2.  Obesity and sex.

3.  Misguided TIME article concludes that exercise won't make you thin.

4.  Is losing fat from hips and thighs bad for your health?

5.  10 simple ways to become more physically active.

6.  Get fat, live longer???

7.  Can sitting too long kill you?

8.  Sedentary lifestyle and belly fat increase risk of erectile dysfunction.

9.  Liposuction does not make you healthy.

10.  Drinking water prior to meals enhances weight loss.

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1 Response to "Top 10 Posts"

  1. Anonymous Said,

    Travis - I work for a doctor that uses HCG as part of the weight loss program he offers. Our have lost alot of weight very fast, but none of them seem think the main reason for the weight loss is due to the fact that they are only eating 500 CALORIES A DAY!. They think that they are not hungry and feel so happy and "elevated" because of the hormone, and not because of the Topamax they are also taking along with everything else. The side effect for me is less respect for the doctor I work for. Also, your site is great. Please dont stop reviewing "weight loss" products - your site is great.

    Posted on December 24, 2009 at 10:50 PM


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