You are welcome to search the collection of free essays and research papers. Thousands of coursework topics are available. Buy unique, original custom papers from our essay writing service.

15 results found, view free essays on page:

  • Chance With Liposuction Surgery
    1,691 words
    Liposuction: The Bad and The Ugly Due to the risk involved, liposuction is not the answer to having a great body. Liposuction is one of the most popular forms of cosmetic surgery today. Those seeking the perfect body seldom understand the risks involved in this invasive surgery. One of the risks of liposuction is that fat cells can grow back in the area where the procedure took place. Another risk associated with this procedure is over-aggressive fat removal. Poor work performed by untrained doc...
  • Breast From A Women's Own Body Fat
    1,158 words
    Have you ever considered having plastic surgery? After reading this paper you might want the surgery or you might not. Plastic surgery, a form of art, can reconstruct your body and renew your confidence but can you accept the risks involved? Plastic surgery ranges from one- thousand dollars to three- thousand dollars or more depending on the surgery (Body fat reduction: Suction-Assisted Lipectomy). There are plenty types of plastic surgery. One type is called liposuction. The best candidates for...
  • New Fake Fat Olestra
    980 words
    Olestra "FAT-FREE FAT" Oh! Olestra! It sounds like a musical to me. I imagine scads of scantily clad showgirls with big headdresses kicking it Vegas Style as the dance and sing the praises of Olestra, the fat subsitute. Oh! Oh! O-Les-Tra - eat it up and the pounds melt right away! And your favourite treat - will taste more sweet, when you know that it will not make you gain! Yeah, something like that. But right when the curtain for the second act is about to go up - the stage manager realizes th...
  • Body Turns To Fat Reserves For Energy
    1,180 words
    Topic: The Health Benefits of Fasting The Health Benefits of Fasting Will Carroll There has been much contention in the scientific field about whether or not fasting is beneficial to one's health. Fasting is an integral part of many of the major religions including Islam, Judaism and Christianity. Many are dubious as to whether the physiological effects are as beneficial as the spiritual promoted by these religions. There is a significant community of alternative healers who believe that fasting...
  • French Weight Control
    2,208 words
    Review of Stearns' Fat History: Bodies and Beauty in the Modern West Wow, I mean, your sister, she's so fat that when she wears a yellow raincoat, people shout out, "Taxi!" Your brother, gosh, he's so fat that his driver's license says, "Picture continued on the other side!" About your mother, well, she's so fat that when she walks in front of the television, you miss out on three commercials! I'm tell in' ya! Fat! Those humorous one-liners are just a few of the many out there. In the United Sta...
  • Interesting Target Besides Leptin Ptp 1 B
    2,153 words
    A growing epidemic is sweeping through the developed world, threatening millions with disability and death: obesity. 'Epidemic' may sound exaggerated, but the facts speak for themselves: 154 million people worldwide are obese-or more than 20% are over their ideal body weight-including more than 50% of all Americans. More disturbing is the prevalence of childhood obesity, which has jumped dramatically over the past 20 years and now accounts for a doubling in the incidence of diabetes, a 5-fold in...
  • Fat Soluble Vitamin
    1,699 words
    Nutrition and You Nutrition is the relationship of foods to the health of the human body. Proper nutrition means that you are receiving enough foods and supplements for the body to function at optimal capacity. It is important to remember that no single nutrient or activity can maintain optimal health and well being, although it has been proven that some nutrients are more important than others. All of the nutrients are necessary in different amounts along with exercise to maintain proper health...
  • Carbohydrates Supply Energy To The Body
    649 words
    PHYSICAL FITNESS Physical fitness is being healthy. To be healthy you must exercise, eat right and sleep good. When somebody is physically fit they fell better about themselves and they feel better physically. To become fit a person must work hard and eat right. They must eat healthy foods and workout or exercise regularly. One of the first steps to fitness is a healthy diet. There are six basic nutrients your body must have to stay healthy. Vitamins, minerals, fats, proteins, carbohydrates and ...
  • Most Muscle Weight
    584 words
    Burning Fat and Gaining Muscle Despite what people may say, every person would improve his or her body composition if he or she could do so easily. However, as I know from personal experience, making even minimal improvements in your athleticism requires great effort and dedication. Many people spend over an hour out of their day to either maintaining their physique or improving it. Since this is a fair amount of time, the three basic keys to improving a physique should be learned. These keys ar...
  • Anorexics Body
    657 words
    Anorexia nervosa Anorexia nervosa can be defined as self-starvation leading to a body weight 15% normal. This disease is also accompanied with hyperactivity, hypothermia, and amenorrhea. Hypothermia is when the body's natural insulation, fat, is no longer there and the victim is always cold. Amenorrhea is when a woman misses at least three menstrual cycles, also due to the loss of excess fat. There are 7 million women aged 15 to 35 suffering with an eating disorder. Many of these women have anor...
  • Back To Worley's Argument
    546 words
    In her article, "Fat and Happy: In defense of Fat Acceptance", Mary Ray Worley makes many well-supported points through explaining her personal experience of living her life as a fat person. Americans have been told for so many years that it is unattractive and unhealthy to be fat. Worley claims, "We " re so accustomed to this way of thinking that many of us never considered an alternative". Attending the National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance (NAAFA) in San Diego, Worley had a life chan...
  • Fat People And Skinny People
    934 words
    The concluding chapter of a book-length study of dieting, written by Hillel Schwartz continuously discusses the issue of the "fat society". This chapter, "Fat & Happy", expresses critical analysis of the effects of dieting on overweight people and how most of those people are unhappy because society does not accept obesity. The author speaks his strong opinion by saying that fat people can not and should not be blamed for their own obesity. Schwartz believes that society is the reason that fat p...
  • High Fat Content Food With Lower Fat
    2,278 words
    We have all heard the claims, seen the advertisements and probably tried one, two or them. What are they? Diets. Approximately 61% of U.S. citizens are overweight and about 26% of those are obese, which is defined as 30 pounds or more over a healthy weight (Willet, 2001, p. 4). I believe the largest fallacies of dieting relate to reducing fat content and counting calories. If people had a better understanding of how their bodies functioned then they could make wiser decisions about eating habits...
  • Total Cholesterol Count Below Two Hundred
    502 words
    Lipids, Carbohydrates, and Proteins are macromolecules in the human body that aid vital body functions like digestion, producing hormones, and building new cells. With these molecules aiding the body as they are it would seem that our bodies could not get enough of these molecules, but like most everything else in the world, to much of a good thing can be deadly. The intake of macromolecules is no exception to the prior theory; the over-consumption of lipids, carbohydrates, and proteins can caus...
  • Their Body's Layer Of Fat
    652 words
    ANOREXIA NERVOSA is a refusal to eat, a severely abnormal eating pattern, or self-starvation. A person with anorexia is called an anorexic. Usually a perfectly young woman will starve herself– past sliminess, to skinniness, to death. Statistics show that 95% of anorexics are women. Women are most prone to developing anorexia between the ages of 12 and 18.5 to 10% of women are anorexics. 1 out of every 200 American girls will develop anorexia to some degree. Anorexics are usually well-behav...

15 results found, view free essays on page: