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The keto diet, which emphasizes eating fats and eliminating carbs, continues to be touted by many as a weight loss solution. However, little research has been done to substantiate claims of long-term weight loss on a keto diet, and eating keto can carry some serious health risks. We believe that the keto diet should be… Continue Reading »

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With so many of us experiencing curtailed exercise routines (we are sorely missing group workouts and our gyms!), it’s no wonder that COVID weight gain memes dominated 2020..  While finding new ways to keep up your exercise routine is important, there are also some lower-effort ways you can help keep your weight in check.  1…. Continue Reading »

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There is a common misconception that overweight people are “well-fed,” but this is a dangerous (and insensitive) assumption. While it may sound counterintuitive, many people who are significantly overweight are actually malnourished, meaning they don’t get enough nutrients from their diet. In an effort to lose weight, these patients often focus their efforts on reducing… Continue Reading »

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A recent study published in the Current Opinion in Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Obesity journal reveals that testosterone injections may be effective in treating obesity in men—but is it a viable alternative to weight loss surgery? To answer this question, we reviewed the study’s 11 years of data, plus additional literature on the science behind weight… Continue Reading »

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Surgery is often that first significant boost in motivation that helps someone commit to their health and wellness, and exercise is an integral part in ongoing self-care. At Surgical Arts of Inland Empire, we encourage our patients to maintain and even enhance their results through exercise. But during a pandemic that has us changing the… Continue Reading »

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You’ve probably heard of people losing weight and experiencing other health benefits through intermittent fasting. Perhaps you’ve even considered trying it. An increasingly popular form of intermittent fasting is the One Meal a Day (OMAD) diet in which you only eat one meal per day.  We know what you’re thinking—is that healthy? The answer is… Continue Reading »

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As we learn more about the effects of marijuana, more and more people are viewing it as a natural option for treating or managing a number of health conditions and symptoms. From helping alleviate chronic pain to improving anxiety or depression, this somewhat controversial plant has been thrust into the spotlight as an effective medicine… Continue Reading »

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