Weight Loss

Most of us would like to shed a few kilos but often it’s easier said than done. YOURLifeChoices offers practical ways to lose weight and have some fun along the way.

 

How not to encourage weight loss

How not to encourage weight loss

A study of 3000 British adults found that fat-shaming actually made people gain weight.

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Is midlife weight gain inevitable?

Is midlife weight gain inevitable?

Weight gain doesn’t have to be a fact of midlife

Five weight-loss websites

Five weight-loss websites

These five websites will help, whether you’re looking to drop two or 20 kilos.

15 weird ways to burn 200 calories

15 weird ways to burn 200 calories

Did you know that you can burn 200 calories by brushing your teeth 45 times?

Reset your metabolism

Reset your metabolism

How can you increase your metabolism?

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