Beauty Buzz: Aesthetic Trends for the Week Ending October 22, 2010

 

Zeltiq, the latest tech for non-surgical fat reduction was hot this week as it topped our procedure list. Also, reducing breast cancer risk and cultivating a healthy relationship with food interested American Health and Beauty Readers this week.

Friday Fact or Fiction: Diet is More Important to Weight Loss than Exercise
Verdict: FACT

Weight loss is a consistent hot topic. Everyone wants to lose a few pounds. With all the diet books out there, and new fitness products, pills and plans promising to help you shed the weight quick, you're probably left bewildered, wondering who is right.... more



Mediterranean Diet Lowers Risk of Breast Cancer
Postmenopausal women may see a breast cancer benefit from the addition of monounsaturated fats to their diet.

A study from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests that a Mediterranean style diet may significantly reduce the risk of breast cancer for postmenopausal women. The diet is heavy in monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) which are credited with this ... more



Lose Body Fat by Freezing Fat Away with Zeltiq
Reducing specific areas of fat is much easier with Zeltiq, the device that freezes your fat away.

Zeltiq is a non surgical lipo alternative that can help you literally freeze away your fat so that you can potentially lose as much as an inch or two from a targeted area. As Dr. Oz d... more



Tips to Have a Healthy Relationship with Food
Food is not a friend nor a foe, it's energy to power your body. Bearing this in mind will help you manage your weight.

Obesity has become a problem in America and the tendency amongst some has been to blame food for this weight epidemic. However, rather than blaming food, it might be better to examine why we eat the foods we do and whether or not we're eating for hunger ... more



Are Super Low Calorie Diets Healthy?
Dieting is all about managing the number of calories you take in against the number of calories you burn daily. It might sound like cutting back to very few calories would be the best choice, but this can cause more trouble than it's worth.

Old science used to believe that a super low calorie diet could slow the aging process. Animal studies in the 1930s led some scientists to believe that eating a very ... more

THIS WEEK'S TOP 5 ARTICLES

  1. Friday Fact or Fiction: Diet is More Important to Weight Loss than Exercise
  2. Beauty Buzz: Aesthetic Trends for October 15, 2010
  3. Mediterranean Diet Lowers Risk of Breast Cancer
  4. Lose Body Fat by Freezing Fat Away with Zeltiq
  5. Tips to Have a Healthy Relationship with Food

THIS WEEK'S TOP 5 PROCEDURES

  1. Zeltiq
  2. Thermage
  3. SmartLipo
  4. Laser Hair Removal
  5. BOTOX