You get up in the morning and go to gym so you can lose weight while exercising... and then you try to eat as little as possible during the day so that the calories you take in are not more than the calories you burnt at the gym.
Does this sum up your relationship with the gym?
Well, I want to help you take your relationship to the next level... What if you could wake up, go to the gym, and ... ››› more
There's an amazing health food you can add to your smoothies daily that doesn't taste bad, in fact it doesn't taste like anything, but it could do incredible things for your body...
Smart people are using it to speed up their weight gain, boost their energy levels and build muscle - effortlessly!
Find out more about this wonderful health food below and a quick smoothie recipe that could tran... ››› more
Putting on weight no matter how hard you're trying to eat right and get to the gym when you can?
There may be a very good reason for this...
In a study, researchers from the University of Florida in the USA did tests with mice. They found that chronic stress triggers the production of betatrophin - a protein that blocks an important enzyme involved in burning fat.
Keep reading to find ou... ››› more
If you decide to cut out bread - and all refined carbs for that matter - it could be the best thing you've done for your health - and your figure - so far...
But few people realise what cutting out refined carbs really entails - and what to expect when you do. It's so much more than just the weight loss.
Keep reading below to find out exactly what you're in for and how to do it properly... ... ››› more
Did you know that your body produces a fat-burning hormone called adiponectin?
And that if you know how to switch this hormone 'on', you can lose weight naturally and effortlessly?
Plus, when you have enough adiponectin circulating in your body, you are also able to help prevent diabetes as well as heart disease.
Find out below how it works and which foods you can eat to get this hormone ... ››› more
Believe it or not, but a shocking 40% of Americans get only six hours of sleep or less per night, according to a recent Gallup poll…
A cranky attitude and groggy mornings aren't the only side effects of insufficient sleep, either - skimping on shut-eye can also lead to weight gain (yikes!). A Columbia University study in fact found that people who get less than seven hours of sleep per night ... ››› more
Do you often skimp on sleep? That might spell trouble for your waistline!
According to a Swedish study, losing sleep boosts your risk of becoming obese. To arrive at this conclusion, researchers from Uppsala University say a lack of shuteye affects energy metabolism by disrupting sleep patterns and affecting the body's response to food and exercise.
A number of previous studies have found a ... ››› more
You'd think that people who have regular sweet cravings are more likely to pack on the kilos than those who don't right? Well, according to European researchers, this isn't the case.
In a new study published in the scientific journal Cell Reports, researchers found that people with a gene variation that causes them to crave sweets have a predisposition to less body fat, not more.
These findi... ››› more
You already know that weight gain results from consuming too many calories (yes, we're talking about foods like chocolate and pizza!). However, at its core, weight gain is actually due to an imbalance of healthy and unhealthy habits.
There are two main types of foods - healthy foods, such as fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean protein and plant-based fats, as well as not-so-healthy option... ››› more
The question of which is the best way to lose weight - cardio or strength training - has long been one of heated debated, with exercise experts coming down in squarely one camp or the other.
Finally, researchers from Duke University in the United States set out to solve the question by conducting the largest study of its kind comparing the two forms of exercise.
If you fall into the overwei... ››› more
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