In a study involving brain scans, researchers found that sugar is as addictive as cocaine!
It's also one of the deadliest ingredients in your diet. That's right - it's not just bad for your waistline, it increases your risk for diabetes, heart disease, depression, liver disease and more. 5 Ways to stop craving for sugar...
1. Go for a walk
Exercise releases endorphins - which are "feel... ››› more
In a study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, a group of researchers from Michigan State University investigated the western diet.
They found that restricting foods high in calories or saturated fat isn't as important as eating more nutrient-dense, fibre-rich, plant-based foods. The link between weight gain and metabolic syndrome...
As fibre intake increases, th... ››› more
Why is it that when you decide to go on a diet, all you can think of are sweet treats, melt-in-your-mouth steaks and creamy pastas?
Well now, there's a little trick to help you shed your unwanted weight and satisfy your swwet tooth! And it's all natural! Glycyrrhiza glabra – the SWEET solution to fat loss!
What a mouthful! It’s the scientific name for the flavonoid extracts from the ... ››› more
Looking to lose some weight?
That's great news all round! But for the first 8 weeks, you should be extra vigilant of your heart health.
A recent study found that losing fat around the waist, hips and other parts of the body could put your heart at risk. Calorie restriction and heart health...
The study was led by Dr Jennifer Rayner, a clinical research fellow at the University of Ox... ››› more
According to Dr Raphael Kellman, a New York City-based medical doctor and author of The Microbiome Diet: The Scientifically Proven Way to Restore Your Gut Health and Achieve Permanent Weight Loss, not being able to control your sweet tooth doesn't boil down to a matter of willpower, nor does it boil down to a matter of discipline. It's your gut microbiome that's to blame! How an unbalanced microbi... ››› more
Do you enjoy juicy steaks?
Well, if you're watching your weight, you'll need to limit your red meat consumption - it's making you fat according to a recent study... Red meat disrupts leptin levels and makes you eat more...
Researchers from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center discovered that a diet high in iron interferes with the satiety hormone, leptin.
While there are other foods that ... ››› more
Cutting down on animal based foods increases your chances of losing weight.
You've probably read it over and over again - and your doctor has possibly advised you to skip on the red meat too.
But there is a risk you probably haven't considered yet. It's not the usual warning you may have read about - the lack of protein in many veggies.
It's actually a warning that affects your brain. How... ››› more
It's spring and you know you're running out of time to fit into your swimming costume...
You already know that taking safe and natural weight loss nutrients, like ULTRA FAT BURN, will do most of the legwork for you when it comes to shedding your unwanted kilos...
But there's another scientifically-backed trick that could help you lose 10% more weight.
All you need is a pen and paper! Stu... ››› more
If you've been following a healthy diet plan, exercising and managing your stress levels and you're still not losing the extra kilos you set out to, there could be another reason for it...
And it has nothing to do with your will power!
Recently, scientists at the University Utah discovered why there is an obesity crisis in the world - and reaches far beyond eating processed and sugary foods.... ››› more
Fruit is high in sugar so you know to avoid fruit when you're trying to lose a couple of kilos - right?
But, did you know there are some fruits that actually help you lose weight?
Find out which below... Fruits that can help you lose weight!
Grapfruit: 78 calories
In one study, 85 obese people ate grapefruit or drank grapefruit juice before meals for 12 weeks. They saw 7.1% decre... ››› more
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