Lockdown has affected our bodies and our mindsets in all sorts of ways, and for many, food and alcohol have been the major comfort. So now, as things ease up and you begin to meet up with friends, and perhaps go back to work, getting out of your slouchy joggers and into trousers and dresses with fastening waistbands may be a shock to the system!
Shifting that Covid Stone may have you searching for that magic pill. I wonder how long you have spent over the course of your life searching for the holy grail when comes to weight loss? And how much money you have spent on miracle products that promised to make the weight drop off over night – or at least not make the business of losing weight seem so tricky?
First things first, if you are someone who has spent a significant amount of time in slimming clubs, what you should know is that almost certainly you have been taught to eat the wrong things. And the community mindset seems to be about finding ways to cheat the diet. It’s no...
Fruit and veg is good for you. No one would argue with that. But what is better for your health – and losing weight? Both are trending right now and there’s a huge debate. Some people swear by weight loss smoothies and others claim juicing for weight loss is best.
There has been a great deal of research in recent years to support the claim that eating more fruit and veg may be able to reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, and cancer, while also helping to manage your weight.
It can be a challenge to eat five portions of fruit and veg each day, even when you like vegetables. And now a new report suggests that eating 10 portions is what we need to stay healthy for longer. Most people don’t come nearly close to having enough, and I bet you’re wondering how on earth you’re going to manage that!
And, if you’ve been wanting to try a weight loss smoothie for breakfast, but you’re also hearing you should consider juicing, I’m going to give you the lowdown on both so you can get the hard...