Weight Loss Can Help Reduce Symptoms Of Atrial Fibrillation

Researchers from the University of Adelaide found that overweight or obese individuals were able to better control this health problem, also known as fast or irregular heart rhythm. Atrial fibrillation occurs when electrical signals send charges to the heartbeat that are rapid and disorganized. When this signals are unable to function properly, the heart’s upper chambers begin to contract abnormally and increase and individual’s stroke risk. “Weight loss will help most people who are overweight,” co-author Dr.
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15 Worst Snacks for Weight Loss

Instead of: A chocolate pudding cup Reach for: One ounce of dark chocolate When you’re craving something chocolate-y a pudding cup gets a good rep as a diet-friendly treat. But you’ll satisfy your craving more if you go for the real deal, dr oz garcinia cambogia an ounce of 70% (or higher) dark chocolate. It contains 168 calories (just a few more calories than the average pudding cup, which ranges from 120 to 150 calories), plus less sugar and carbs, and more satiating fiber. The chocolate also has antioxidant-packed cocoa, which, per a study in the Archives of Internal Medicine, may be the reason people who eat it a few times a week are thinner than those who don’t. If portioning is an issue for you, Endangered Species Organic Dark Chocolate Chimp Mints ($50, pack of 64; amazon.com ) come in .35 oz each (so you can have 3!), or try 1-oz Scharffen Berger 70% Cacao Bittersweet Chocolate bars ($4; amazon.com).
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