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Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, published an article today discussing healthy diets

Heart disease is the leading cause of death among American adults, and doctors recommend dietary changes to lower the risk of developing it

In a survey of Americans, roughly 21 percent of respondents stated that they were resolving to lose weight in the New Year, and another 7 percent were making it a goal to eat healthier. With hundreds of diets and healthy eating plans now promoted by medical groups, described in books and sold by companies, people who have every intention of adopting a healthier way of eating in 2015 may not know where to begin. The latest article by BeautyResearch.com, Top 5 Healthy Diets, discusses five healthy approaches to eating that have the endorsements of medical professionals and government agencies.

Heart disease is the leading cause of death among American adults, and doctors recommend dietary changes to lower the risk of developing the disease. Which eating plans are beneficial for heart health? Is there a diet for people with high cholesterol? How should people with hypertension eat? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click

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The Mediterranean Diet came into popularity during the 1970s due largely to a pair of scientists who researched the diets of people who live in the Mediterranean region of Europe. What exactly is the Mediterranean Diet? Which foods are included in the eating plan? Who can benefit from the Mediterranean Diet and why? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click

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The Mayo Clinic is a nonprofit medical system that includes more than 3,800 doctors. As the oldest and largest medical system of its kind, the health system has earned a stellar reputation for patient care and medical research. What type of diet does the Mayo Clinic recommend for men and women who want to lose weight? How can a person begin to follow the Mayo Clinic Diet? Are there any drawbacks to the diet? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click

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Released to the public in 2011, the Harvard School of Public Health Healthy Plate diet takes a unique approach to meal planning and portion control for individuals who want to lose weight and simply eat healthier every day. What does this eating plan involve? How can one begin to follow it? Why is the diet beneficial and what do people need to know to be successful while following it? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click

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"Family Fit Lifestyle Month - Get the Whole Gang Moving"

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Experts estimate that as many as one-third of American children and teens and roughly 35 percent of adults are obese and predict that obesity rates will skyrocket over the next decade. The U.S. Department of Agriculture, nonprofit groups and health care systems around the country are implementing programs to try and address the obesity epidemic. One such effort is National Family Fit Lifestyle Month, which is observed every January. The annual event is intended to encourage families to lead healthier, more active lifestyles. In honor of Family Fit Lifestyle Month, get tips on how a parent can encourage his or her family to be more active. Discover fun ways to work exercise into one's daily routine. Find out how much a family should strive to exercise to get fit and stay that way.

"Power Nap for Better Energy"

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As many as 70 million adults in the United States suffer from chronic sleep problems, and nearly all American adults will experience at least one bout of insomnia over the courses of their lives. Inadequate sleep and poor sleep can lead to feelings of fatigue, difficulty concentrating, weight gain and depression. For decades, medical experts cautioned against napping to try and increase one's energy levels during periods of poor sleep; however, new studies indicate that napping can be beneficial for maintaining energy levels throughout the day. Discover why scientists now believe napping is so helpful for the body. Read about how napping compares to boosting energy with caffeine. Get tips on how to nap during the day to get the best results.

"Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge - Her Modest Fashion Style"

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is turning 33 in January and continues to live life in the spotlight with her husband, Prince William. The former Kate Middleton is photographed nearly everywhere that she goes, and her signature, modest style gets rave reviews from fashion experts and everyday women. Explore the Duchess' approach to fashion and find out how women can take cues from her approach to style. Read about how to pull off a sexy nighttime look without showing too much skin. Learn the secrets to looking polished and sophisticated for any occasion.

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Beauty Research is a beauty blogging web site started by two experienced skin care enthusiasts wishing to share tips and suggestions. The blog includes all kinds of articles related to celebrities, fashion, women's health and diet. For more information, visit http://www.beautyresearch.com

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