Losing weight can be difficult. If you are overweight, making small steps towards the end goal will bring a range of important health benefits which ultimately will leave you feeling like a brand new person.
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Curry is one of the UK’s favourite takeaways but it is often the case that the curry you order from your local Indian restaurant is high in fats. You should try to avoid anything that is creamy or deep fried to reduce the amount of fat in your meal, or if you are feeling adventurous … Keep reading
Goji berries have been popular with the celebs for some years now but have been used in Chinese medicine for more than 6,000 years before that. It is claimed that these shrivelled berries carry the power to boost immune systems and brain activity whilst protecting against heart disease and cancer. Sounds too good to be … Keep reading
Most people start running because they need or want to lose weight and get in better shape. Running is one of the very best ways to do that. As with any exercise program though, staying motivated is often a problem over time. Running, however, has an easy solution – racing. Competition is often the key … Keep reading
A Very Low Calorie Diet (VLCD), is a diet where people eat a very low number of calories each day, typically between 500-800 calories, in order to lose weight. Sometimes these types of calorie restrictive diets are wrongly considered unhealthy and information on their benefits is not readily available. However, there are many positive aspects … Keep reading
We all snack more than we realise. It’s too easy to grab a chocolate bar or a bag of crisps instead of reaching for something healthier when we’re hungry. If the snacks are there, we’ll eat them! However, they can be full of hidden horrors, like salt, sugar and saturated fats. And in time, too … Keep reading
The foods that are covered in this article are proven energy boosters as well as effective warriors against various diseases. Including them in your diet may help you find a healthier way of life. 1. Potatoes A single red potato may contain up to 66 micrograms of folate, which the body uses for building cells. … Keep reading