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Weight Loss

Gained weight after losing it? This could be the culprit

High GI diet associated with 'weight gain creep'.

Wellbeing

Do intermittent fasting diets work, and what are the challenges?

Early studies have shown that in as little as four weeks, switching from the fed to the fasted state can relieve health issues.

Weight Loss

Eating chocolate for breakfast could lead to weight loss: study

Researchers find consuming milk chocolate may be a fat-burner in post-menopausal women.

Nutrition

Are natural alternatives better than refined sugar?

Natural sugars may appear to be less harmful, and some even have health benefits, yet many should still be used sparingly.

Health

The fat that's hard to dislodge once you put it on

Studies show that the location of body fat has a big impact on how to remove it.

Fitness

Exercising for two minutes every half hour could be all you need

A new study has found that light activity around the home could have profound health benefits.

Weight Loss

Does dieting permanently wreck your metabolism?

Have you noted changes in your metabolism after dieting? Does it make sense to you that your metabolism would slow when you are eating less?…

News

Five tips to boost your metabolism

Struggling to shift those kilos? A sluggish metabolism could be to blame. Here are some simple tips to boost your body’s engine.

Wellbeing

The dos and don'ts of lifting weights if you're older

Lifting weights comes with massive benefits, but there are some things you should avoid. Here are five things to know if you're looking to start weightlifting.

Food

Is breakfast the most important meal of the day?

Nutrition experts discuss the benefits of breakfast, explaining that while it can be full of nutrients, the jury's out on if it aids weight control.

Food

Things that happen when you overhaul your diet

Here are six things you'll probably notice if you change up your eating habits and focus on choosing healthier options.

Health & Ageing

Study finds age is no barrier to successful weight loss

Obese patients over the age of 60 can lose an equivalent amount of weight to that of younger people, using only lifestyle changes.

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