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Yoyo dieters beware: jumping from diet to diet can hurt your heart


Yoyo dieters beware: jumping from diet to diet can hurt your heart
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Studies from the American Heart Association found postmenopausal women who yoyo diet are 3 1/2 times more likely to experience sudden cardiac death. Their risk for coronary heart disease also goes up by 66%. Researchers determined losing and re-g

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