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Weight Loss
What exactly is metabolism?
Metabolism is defined as the bodily processes needed to maintain life. But when you hear the word "metabolism" used today, it's usually in reference to weight issues. It's likely you have heard someone say, "I can't lose weight because I have a slow metabolism." While there's some truth to this, other factors — such as how much you eat and exercise — play a much bigger role in your weight than your metabolism does.
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Treat Yourself
Healthy dessert: Pears and ricotta
Put down that chocolate bar and try this: Broil pear slices in the oven for about 8 minutes (or until soft) and then top them with a spoonful of low-fat ricotta cheese. A dash of cinnamon or drizzle of honey makes this the perfect fall treat. Read on to learn more about how this and other sweets fit into the Mayo Clinic Diet.

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Today's Health Tip
5 steps to mindful eating
Eat less and enjoy food more with these mindful-eating tips: 1. Sit at the table without distractions. 2. Be aware of the bright colors and fresh smells of the food on your plate. 3. Slowly savor your food by noticing the aromas, textures and tastes of every bite. 4. Put down your fork periodically. 5. Stop eating when you feel satisfied, but before you feel full.


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