Do you remember what Peter Pettigrew looked like in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban?
When Professor Lupin and Sirius Black transform him from Scabbers the rat into Peter Pettigrew, you'll probably recall the distinct image of the fat little man cowering in the corner of the wooden house!
But beside the fact that he's in big trouble for helping YouKnowWho as Peter Pettigrew, actor ... ››› more
When you decide you're going to lose weight - it can feel like a tremendous task.
Often, what comes to mind is feeling hungry, working out till you drop and nightmares about the needle on the scale leaning in the opposite direction.
So that's why I gathered these useful tips below to help you ease into your new body... 7 Easy, common sense tips that can turn a daunting task into a manageabl... ››› more
Isn't it just the worse feeling ever when you put your jeans on and they feel even tighter than the last time you wore them?
And, when that excess fat around your waistline just doesn't budge? Just wants to make you scream!
But I hope you haven't considered undergoing painful and expensive surgery to finally rid yourself of your stubborn belly fat?
I'd like to introduce to you four secret... ››› more
It's hard enough to try to get rid of the fat lingering in your tummy but if you eat certain foods, it will be almost impossible for you to beat the bulge!
Keep reading to discover the biggest culprits that are making it difficult for you to reach your weight loss goals. If you’re trying to lose weight, ditch these four foods...
#1. Fizzy drinks: You can’t keep drinking those sugar-fille... ››› more
Did you know weight loss is in your genes?
Three “chemical” hormones are vital to weight control. They are:
If you learn how to control them, you can lose weight and stay lean. How to help balance insulin, leptin and ghrelin for weight loss...
Controlling these three hormones can make weight loss and staying lean easy and permanent. Plus, it wi... ››› more
There are two types of belly fat, namely subcutaneous and visceral.
Subcutaneous means beneath (sub) the skin (cutaneous) which is the fat you can pinch.
We store this fat in areas like our love handles, inner thighs, triceps and our bellies.
A moderate amount of subcutaneous fat is essential for a healthy body.
But, like most things in life too much subcutaneous fat can be harmful.
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A study published in the Journal of Health Psychology, eating “on the go” may thwart your weight loss goals. Eating on the go can wreck your diet - here's how...
The study involved three groups consisting of 20 women each. It tested the effects of various forms of “distracted” snacking. For example: Eating while walking, having a conversation or watching TV.
The researchers ... ››› more
There are so many things that can wreck your diet - but these four myths could be affecting your health too. Read about them below... Four unhealthy habits you might be caught up in and how to correct them...
#1: Egg white omelettes
Egg whites alone lack many of the nutrients found in the yolk, a nutrition powerhouse. Egg yolks contain vitamin A, B and B12, as well as antioxidants, iron, ... ››› more
CALORIES! That's all you see when you think of wine and chocolate right?
But these two delicacies contain a secret to weight loss...
Find out below how wine and chocolate can help you ease your way to a smaller waist... Red Red Wine, la la la la...
If you're watching your weight, I bet you wine is on your DO NOT TOUCH list. So today's article will come as good news because studi... ››› more
Some foods contain chemicals that are conducive to weight loss because they have fat burning properties...
Introduce them to your diet and you could reduce your weight loss efforts - just by eating! Add these top seven fat burning foods to your daily diet for great results!
Make green tea your drink of choice to quench that thirst, satisfy your minimum daily fluid intake while a... ››› more
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