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Health Buzz: The Best Weight Loss Diets and The Dirty Side of Running

Health news from around the web for September 9, 2011

This episode of Health Buzz is sure to energize your weight loss efforts. Our host Jamie Yuenger shares stories from Women's Health, US News, our team here at DietsInReview and a delicious recipe from In Good Taste.

Yoga Moves for a Pick-Me-Up

Physical exercise can have have a big impact not only on your health, but also on how you feel. This sequence of five poses can help you energize you from the inside out by engaging your core. Plus, focusing on your breath will improve your oxygen intake to help you feel more awake without the coffee.

Source: Women's Health

The Best Weight Loss Diets

U.S. News assembled a team of experts to determine which diets are really the best at helping people lose weight in the short-term, and keep it off in the long term. Their top picks include Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig and the raw food diet. So, if you're having hard time choosing a diet plan, you may want to consider these rankings.

Source: U.S. News

September Produce Picks

September is a pretty amazing time of year for fresh produce, as the last of summer greens and tomatoes overlap with the first offerings of the fall harvest. This time of year is perfect for figs, plums, cauliflower, corn, grapes and carrots. We've assembled three great recipes to highlight some great ways to eat these foods.

Source: DietsInReview.com

The Dirty Side of Distance Running

You probably don't expect running to be pretty. But do you expect it to be downright gross? Our running expert Lacy Hansen takes a close look as the less-than-pleasant aspects of long-distance running, including chaffing, losing toenails and the real pains associated with dehydration.

Source: DietsInReview.com

Ratatouille with Basil & Parmesan Cheese

Ratatouille is a stewed vegetable dish with French Provencal origins. This recipe uses basil to add a fresh flavor to tomatoes, eggplant and zucchini. Although it may sound fancy, it's actually simple to make. Top it off with Parmigiano-Reggiano for a delightful dinner.

Source: InGoodTaste

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